In her first public address since she leaked a trove of damaging documents about Facebook’s inner workings, whistleblower Frances Haugen urged her former boss Mark Zuckerberg to step down and allow…
Health Minister Adrian Dix said 3,325 health-care workers, or about 2.6 per cent of the workforce, are not yet vaccinated and have been placed on unpaid leave.
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations is calling on the Saskatchewan Social Services Minister to change the SIS program that had led to the formation of Camp Marjorie.
He explained the correlation between blood THC levels and impairment as “poor” and told the court that “a simple blood test is not the way to determine it (impairment).”
One person is dead after fire broke out at a Saanich, B.C., apartment building on Cook Street on Sunday night.
The Ontario Living Wage Network has calculated a new living wage for Hamilton of $17.20 per hour, up from an hourly rate of $16.45 two years ago.
Of the region’s total 14,061 COVID-19 cases, 97 per cent — or 13,589 — have recovered, while 12 people are currently in hospital.
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British Columbia is ready to announce its next step in preventing future drug poisoning deaths.
“If WFP can describe on this Twitter thread exactly how $6B will solve world hunger, I will sell Tesla stock right now and do it,” Musk wrote.
Maharashtra Ex Home Minister Arrested In Money Laundering Case
There are 128 new COVID-19 infections in Saskatchewan as of Monday, according to health officials.
A former Calgary police officer is facing a number of charges relating to an arrest and apprehension of a man in southeast Calgary more than two years ago.
Ottawa police say five collisions over the Halloween weekend involved impaired drivers as the MADD Red Ribbon Campaign begins in locally.
People who use drugs should not be criminalized, the UN agency leading the global fight to stamp out HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) said on Monday, in calling for greater funding for community-led harm reduction programmes. Read the full story, “UNAIDS upholds decriminalization, access to services, on International Drug Users’ Day”, on globalissues.org →
Kicking off November, SGI launches a new monthly Traffic Safety Spotlight that focuses on winter driving and intersection safety.
The City of Saskatoon is showing its appreciation for health-care workers with a 40 per cent discount offered at civic indoor leisure centres.
The losing candidate in the race to become Manitoba’s next premier is challenging the results and wants the winner’s swearing-in delayed.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday addressed the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow where he spoke about ‘Panchamrit’ or five nectar elements to deal with the challenge of climate change.
The largest number of deaths — at least 526 — were recorded from June 25 to July 1, when a heat dome led to the mercury hitting the high 30s and low 40s.