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Atlantic Gold spat with St. Mary’s council turned ugly, document reveals

SHERBROOKE – Despite recent assurances that it “works with communities” where it operates, Atlantic Gold seriously considered imposing “legal remedies” on St.
Juno Awards in Saskatoon cancelled last-minute over COVID-19 concerns

Juno Awards in Saskatoon cancelled last-minute over COVID-19 concerns

SASKATOON — A mere hours before the Juno Awards events were set to officially kick off in Saskatoon on Thursday, organizers slammed the brakes on the festivities, saying Canada's biggest celebration of homegrown music wouldn't go forward over concern

First presumptive case of COVID-19 hits Saskatchewan

The first case of COVID-19 has been announced in Saskatchewan today as a traveller from Egypt to Saskatoon has been officially diagnosed.

Education Minister calls STF president “Grinch who stole Hoopla” for walking away from negotiations

The Legislative Assembly was packed on Wednesday with students from all around Saskatchewan as the Sask. Party and NDP debated the negotiations with the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation (STF).
Rome-based UN food agency grapples with Italian coronavirus lockdown

Rome-based UN food agency grapples with Italian coronavirus lockdown

OTTAWA — These days, no roads lead to Rome for David Beasley.
Five of the most pressing questions about Trump's European travel ban

Five of the most pressing questions about Trump's European travel ban

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is closing America's borders to foreign nationals who recently spent time in Europe, a dramatic step that illustrates both the severity of the global outbreak of COVID-19 and the president's tendency towards drastic actions

Greenpeace founder says overconsuming is in our DNA

Humans are simply following evolutionary instinct as they escalate the climate change crisis and push biodiversity to the brink of collapse, says a noted environmentalist and co-founder of Greenpeace International.

C-K stores facing sanitizer, mask shortage

Chatham-Kent businesses and pharmacies are seeing a near complete depletion of their hand sanitizer and facemask stock, citing residents, out-of-towners and suppliers as the cause.

Widow of man who died outside Sylvan Lake, Alta., clinic warns cuts to physician fees could kill

As politicians crunch the numbers trying to strike a new deal that will hold the line on physician spending without driving doctors out of rural Alberta, the widow of a man who died outside the doors of a closed clinic knows what it really costs when

'It's not rocket science': Mass hand washing, not hysteria, will prevent spread of COVID-19

Forgo the frenzied hoarding of toilet paper, hand sanitizer and masks in the face of a potential COVID-19 pandemic, urge infectious disease experts who say the key to preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus is close at hand.