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Weekend away? Weekend off!

Every once in a while, my wife gets to go off on a weekend to hang with her friends or to attend a meeting of Young Living, somewhere in Europe. 631 more words

Baseball

Silicon Valley-based tech accelerator to move into old Encana Place tower

A San Francisco-based tech company will open its first Canadian office in downtown Calgary, a development it says is the direct result of Calgary Economic Development’s intensive recruitment campaign… 717 more words

Calgary

Buckley Street Crossing Removal puts local business at risk

BY TESSA BAJAN
The Moonee Valley council and its residents claim popular Essendon hangout Rose Street will be destroyed by proposed level crossing removal plan, threatening traders and local business along the strip. 507 more words

Fridays with Fred: Orange food truck festival

ORANGE, Conn. (WTNH) — For the fourth year in a row, food trucks are coming to Orange on Friday night. News 8 Chief Meteorologist Fred Campagna is on site for the event. 169 more words

News

Construction magnate Ernie Poole literally helped build Canada

With a population of 694 at last count, the town of Stoughton isn’t exactly known for its skyscrapers. But thanks to an ambitious young carpenter who set up shop there more than a century ago, towering structures around the world can trace their lineage to the tiny community. 419 more words

Saskatchewan

Bagnall: Remembering Antoine Paquin, who changed the capital's tech scene

Antoine Paquin, who died earlier this week, will forever be remembered as the computer systems engineer who introduced Ottawa’s tech community to California’s Silicon Valley. 683 more words

Local News

Jessica Theriault elected first woman to head Sask. Mining Association

The association representing Saskatchewan’s potash and uranium miners has for the first time in its 52-year history elected a woman as its chair.

Members of the Saskatchewan Mining Association (SMA) elected Mosaic Co. 176 more words

Saskatoon