Alberta needs better rules to ensure polluters clean up wells: Orphan Well Association

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted January 14, 2020 8:03 pm Updated January 14, 2020 8:05 pm Smaller font Descrease article font

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2019 saw British Columbia home sales, prices dip: BC Real Estate Association

Home sales across British Columbia dropped by 1.5 per cent in 2019, according to the BC Real Estate Association. The agency said the average

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Former teacher questions Alberta Teachers’ Association impartiality during conflicts

A former teacher who left the profession after being bullied by a colleague is questioning the Alberta Teachers’ Association ability to fairly represent its

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Woman allegedly defrauds Ontario Minor Hockey Association of $2.4 million: police – Toronto

RICHMOND HILL – York Regional Police say they have charged a woman for allegedly defrauding a minor hockey association of about $2.4 million. Police

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Lab tech shortage means you could wait longer for medical test results: association – National

Canada doesn’t have enough medical laboratory technologists to meet the growing demands of our health-care system, and the problem is getting worse, the profession’s

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Victoria velodrome association floats plan for $120M multi-use complex

The Greater Victoria Velodrome Association is shopping around a plan to build a $120-million velodrome complex in the municipality of Saanich, B.C. A velodrome

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Lethbridge Police Commission to review findings of police association survey – Lethbridge

The Lethbridge Police Commission says it has made arrangements to see the results of a Lethbridge Police Association survey that suggests most rank-and-file officers

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Manitoba Bar Association ‘deeply concerned’ over reports about Wilson-Raybould’s Supreme Court pick

The Manitoba Bar Association (MBA) issued a strong statement Tuesday, expressing its “significant concern” following reports that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and former attorney

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NHL Alumni Association partners with marijuana company for health research

The NHL Alumni Association (NHLAA) announced on Saturday that it will be partnering with Canopy Growth, a Canadian cannabis company, for a health research

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Penticton RCMP commander named new president of provincial association – Okanagan

Supt. Ted De Jager has been named president of the B.C. Association of Chiefs of Police (BCACP) for 2019. De Jager is the officer

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