It is still not full-speed ahead for Edmonton’s Metro Line LRT extension which has hit more obstacles during its slow, troubled multi-year launch than a bumper car piloted by toddlers. 466 more words
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Here’s an interesting problem in applied economics: If you’re a provincial bureaucrat running a cap-and-trade system to control carbon emissions, should you also do things like ban the use of natural gas for heating new housing and subsidize electric vehicles? 873 more words
Primary care is at a crossroads in Quebec. Over the past 15 years, there has been a major paradigm shift, with primary care and family medicine delivered through the GMFs (groupes de médicine de famille) being recognized as the foundation of our health-care system. 637 more words
The provincial budget has yet to be released, but school divisions around the province are preparing for the worst.
CUPE, the union that represents nearly 7,000 education support workers in Saskatchewan, is raising concerns about adequate funding for education. 433 more words
REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says his government will study how legalizing marijuana would affect driver safety.
Wall says the federal government hasn’t made it clear how its plan to legalize pot would deal with preventing impaired driving due to marijuana use. 145 more words