Government team scours other Halifax areas after Bedford beetle infestation – Halifax

Work is underway this week to find other areas in Halifax that could have infestations of an invasive beetle that was recently found in

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UCP government commits to funding student enrolment growth

Growth in school enrolment will be covered by the government this fall, Finance Minister Travis Toews said in the legislature Monday. “I’m pleased to

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Housing affordability: What has the Trudeau government done for you? – National

In 1980 the average price of a house in Canada was five times the average income. Today, it’s around 10 times. Renters aren’t faring

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Government puts hold on Castle Parks trail closure plan

The Alberta government has quietly paused a planned phase-out of off-highway vehicle trails use in the Castle Parks area while the government meets with stakeholders.  Environment

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B.C. government seizures close cannabis shops in Victoria, Kamloops

British Columbia’s solicitor general says the government is stepping up enforcement against cannabis retailers which lack provincial approval, following raids this week on four stores

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Facebook shuts 350 accounts it says were run by people linked to Saudi government – National

People connected to the government of Saudi Arabia have run a network of fake accounts and pages on Facebook Inc to promote state propaganda

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Ford government backs off changes to autism funding plan

The Ford government announced Monday that it was backing off its controversial autism plan. In a release, the Ontario government said it is instead

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‘GSAs save lives’: Protester says LGBTQ community feels ignored by Alberta government

Members of Calgary’s LGBTQ community say they don’t feel heard by the UCP government, after not a single member attended a protest on Sunday

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‘Us and them’: influence of Quebec anglos on decline with new Coalition government – Montreal

Last March, Quebec Premier Francois Legault made a mocking remark in the legislature that the Liberals are still talking about. Responding to a question

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New K-4 school curriculum field testing paused while government reviews work

Field testing Alberta’s new kindergarten to Grade 4 curriculum, which was to begin in September, has been “paused” by Education Minister Adriana LaGrange. LaGrange said she is

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