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Coalition says Sask. government has no business in selling liquor

Posted on: May 29th, 2019 by
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REGINA – With the province in the midst of developing a new policy for liquor sales, a coalition of groups are calling for an equal playing field.

“From the taxpayer’s point of view, we don’t think the government should be involved in selling liquor. They’re not very good at it, so give up already,” said Todd MacKay, the Prairie Director for Continue reading the story "Coalition says Sask. government has no business in selling liquor"

Derek Saretzky out of medically-induced coma after suicide attempt: source

Posted on: May 29th, 2019 by
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CALGARY – The man accused in a horrific murder of a two-year-old girl and her father in Blairmore, Alta. last week had come out of a medically-induced coma and was speaking as of Friday afternoon, a source told Global News.

Derek James Saretzky, 22, had been rushed to hospital in medical distress on Wednesday, and remained in a medically-induced coma Thursday.

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10 arrests linked to slave investigation, Indonesia threatens to sink Thai ship

Posted on: May 29th, 2019 by
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WATCH ABOVE: Burmese fisherman Myint Naing was tricked as a young man into slavery on a Thai fishing boat in Indonesia, and spent the next 22 years either at sea or hiding in the jungle. John Hadden reports.

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SABANG, Indonesia – The Thai captain of a seized cargo ship carrying an estimated $2 million Continue reading the story "10 arrests linked to slave investigation, Indonesia threatens to sink Thai ship"

Alberta municipal affairs minister calls relief program ‘a disaster’, promises changes

Posted on: May 29th, 2019 by
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CALGARY – Alberta’s municipal affairs minister says the province’s disaster recovery program is a “disaster in and of itself” and there will eventually be changes.

Deron Bilous was responding to a resolution backed by delegates at the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association calling for an external review of the program.

The issue was brought forward by High River Coun. Bruce Masterman, who says the problems his town encountered Continue reading the story "Alberta municipal affairs minister calls relief program ‘a disaster’, promises changes"

Economic downturn in Alberta prompts increase in online job scams

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CALGARY – As more people look for work in Alberta, they turn to online job resources like Monster苏州纹眉 and Kijiji, but scammers advertising phony jobs are also trolling the Internet for desperate victims.

Amy Haydu is on disability income and has been looking for part-time work online.

She posted an ad for babysitting, and was contacted by an organization that called itself Continue reading the story "Economic downturn in Alberta prompts increase in online job scams"

Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Son’s illness inspires Calgary family to help find a cure

Posted on: April 29th, 2019 by
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CALGARY – Alex Starratt is a bubbly, chatty seven-year-old who loves Star Wars and sports.

“His favourite team is the Calgary Flames,” his father Mark said before Alex jumped in, adding, “… and the Roughnecks!”

The second grader enjoys playing sports too, focusing on activities he can do even though illness has made many aspects of life very difficult.

“Alex was diagnosed just before his Continue reading the story "Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Son’s illness inspires Calgary family to help find a cure"

Child poised for surgery in U.S., despite being denied OHIP funding

Posted on: April 29th, 2019 by
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TORONTO — A three year old boy from Guelph, now has a surgery date set in the U.S., thanks to an outpouring of community support.

Bentley Mitchell has cerebral palsy and currently needs a walker to get around. SDR surgery, offered in St. Louis Children’s Hospital, could help him walk independently.

Bentley was the guest of honour at Granite Homes annual golf tournament in Guelph, Continue reading the story "Child poised for surgery in U.S., despite being denied OHIP funding"

B.C. leaders get on board rail-safety lobby

Posted on: April 29th, 2019 by
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VANCOUVER – In the days after a train laden with crude oil exploded and burned in a small Quebec town, killing 47 people, the city of New Westminster, B.C., took inventory of the safeguards for its four railways.

“We realized there really wasn’t anything in place,” said Coun. Chuck Puchmayr. “A disaster of that nature would be even more devastating than Continue reading the story "B.C. leaders get on board rail-safety lobby"

Why isn’t climate change a bigger part of this election?

Posted on: April 29th, 2019 by
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The economy, jobs, and immigration have loomed large in the federal election campaign. But where’s the environment?

While each party has presented policies seeking to address climate change, they haven’t faced much scrutiny, said Jennifer Winter at the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy.

“I think the environment is really a secondary, even a tertiary issue in this election compared to the Continue reading the story "Why isn’t climate change a bigger part of this election?"

Bringing divorce into the 21st century

Posted on: April 29th, 2019 by
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SASKATOON – An Oakland, Calif. family law firm will soon be bringing divorce to the digital world. The site, 苏州纹眉separate.us, walks subscribers through a step-by-step guide on how to get divorced and is literally the “Turbotax” version for calling it quits.

“That would be more relevant to cookie cutter divorces which don’t exist,” said Tracy Kendel-Amendt with Fairway Divorce Solutions in Saskatoon.

“The Continue reading the story "Bringing divorce into the 21st century"