Federal government provides millions to companies working on ways to cut plastic waste

The federal government will give $1 million each to three companies developing technologies to address plastic waste from food packaging and construction. Environment Minister

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Phone services disrupted across B.C., but emergency calls still working

Cellphone services, including LTE connection and calls, are interrupted across B.C. and other parts of Western Canada on Saturday.   Rogers Communications’ customers reported issues with the

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‘His children were his world’: Father of 3 dies suddenly while working in oil patch

The sudden death of an Alberta father this month has devastated his family and community. Jayson Gorski died while working near Elk Point, Alta.

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‘We are working well’: Negotiators seek to strike deal as CUSMA talks continue – National

Mexico‘s top trade negotiator wrapped up an 11-hour meeting with his U.S. counterpart Friday night, saying they had not finalized a new trade agreement

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Are bank algorithms sexist? How tech might be working against women – National

To be approved for a credit card or limit increase, banks often check your payment history, income and credit score.  But a financial scandal

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Calgary, Chestermere working on transit link

Calgary and the neighbouring city of Chestermere will start talking next month about a regional transit service — since the two cities share a

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Building and Office Evacuation Training Video – Safetycare Workplace Fire Safety

There are many reasons why a building, or a group of buildings may need to be evacuated including: • Fires • Chemical Spills •

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SaskPower working around the clock to deal with multiple outages in Regina – Regina

For at least three straight days, parts of Regina have experienced power outages. The power went out at the Legislative and T.C. Douglas buildings

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Notley defends conversion therapy working group at Edmonton Pride festivities

A day after releasing a letter from Health Minister Tyler Shandro, the Official Opposition say they will keep fighting against conversion therapy in Alberta.

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Crews working around the clock to drain puddles, patch potholes, city says

The streets of Edmonton are pockmarked with craters filled with muddy water that threaten to deflate tires and splash unsuspecting pedestrians. Just like tulips

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