Saskatchewan legislators should be back at work, says politics professor: ‘I find it strange’

Global’s Colton Praill sat down with Jim Farney, head of the politics and international studies department at the University of Regina, to get his

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5 COVID-19 cases confirmed at CNR Horizon work camp in Fort McMurray

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Stress, anxiety a heavy burden for people who can’t work from home or properly isolate

Almost two months into social distancing and working from home, the verdict seems to be in — for most of us, the measures have worked

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The Future of Work: Connecting employers and prospective employees.

Cheryl Cran of the future of work consulting firm NextMapping explains how are job seekers and employers are connecting and how that may change

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Your CERB money is taxable. Here’s how it’s going to work – National

Six million Canadians have applied for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. The federal income support program provides $2,000

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Keystone XL work should stop due to coronavirus concerns, pipeline opponents argue

Native American tribes and environmental groups pressured a federal judge on Thursday to shut down work on the disputed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada

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Coronavirus: Truckers work around the clock to keep supply lines open amid COVID-19 pandemic

Life on the open road has become rather difficult for long-distance truck drivers hauling between Canada and the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic. With

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44% of Canadian households report lost work amid COVID-19 pandemic: poll – National

As daily life in Canada comes to a pause, 44 per cent of Canadian households say they’ve lost work or have seen layoffs due

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B.C. mayors worry Teck work camp could spread COVID-19 through the Kootenays

Doctors and mayors in British Columbia’s East Kootenays say they’re concerned about a local work camp that houses hundreds of people, fearing it could spread COVID-19 throughout

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Manitoba Hydro scaling back work, cancelling travel at Keeyask site to fight COVID-19 spread – Winnipeg

Manitoba Hydro is scaling back work and suspending travel to one of its biggest sites in the province, in an effort to help reduce

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