Today in the city Saskatoon 19.02.2020
Layoffs Loom As Ontario PCs Test Privatizing Job-Search Services

TORONTO — At least one municipality is bracing for layoffs as the Ontario government hands over control of some employment services to a private company, a non-profit and a college.The City of B...

Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs travel to Ontario amid rail blockades

Five Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs are travelling across the country today to meet with the Mohawk First Nation at Tyendinaga, near Belleville, Ont., amid ongoing protests and rail blockades that hav...

Via Rail Service Shut Down Across Canada Because Of Pipeline Blockades

Blockades set up by anti-pipeline protesters have forced Canadian National Railway Co. to shut down its entire network in Eastern Canada and Via Rail to cancel passenger service across the country.CN...

Canadians To Be Evacuated From Quarantined Diamond Princess Cruise Ship

The federal government will evacuate Canadians from a quarantined cruise ship docked in Japan, Global Affairs announced late Saturday, citing the “extraordinary circumstances” on board.Ott...

Trump declares himself ‘chief law enforcement officer’, says he has the right to shape the legal system

On Tuesday, Trump granted clemency to a clutch of political allies, circumventing the usual Justice Department process

Alberta government launches online survey about auto insurance system

The provincial government has launched an online survey to "help identify improvements to Alberta's automobile insurance system."

Saskatoon city committee considers conversion therapy ban

Grosvenor Park United Church wrote a letter asking for a conversion therapy ban, but one speaker wanted to make sure the message led to action.

Business associations band together to urge federal action on rail blockades

The heads of Canada's major business associations have banded together to urge the government to address the ongoing protests and rail blockades that have shut down much of the country's rail system.

Information about 69,000 Phoenix pay system victims sent in error

More than 69,000 public servants caught up in the Phoenix pay system debacle are now victims of a privacy breach after their personal information was accidentally emailed to the wrong people, says Pub...

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