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More than 4,000 skilled workers apply for Halifax jobs after…

Posted by January 15, 2024

Thousands of skilled workers have recently applied to work in Halifax, after a tour of international job fairs had far more success than expected.The Halifax Pa

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Takhini River Bridge near Whitehorse to be widened for pedestrians,…

Posted by January 10, 2024

The federal and Yukon governments will spend $8.5 million to upgrade the Takhini River Bridge near Whitehorse, starting next year. The plan is to make it safer

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As U.S., U.K. and EU sanction violent Israeli settlers, Canada…

Posted by December 19, 2023

The Trudeau government still won't say if it's considering imposing sanctions on violent Israeli settlers in the wake of travel bans announced by both the U.S.

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Grocers’ code of conduct won’t work unless all companies sign…

Posted by December 12, 2023

All major industry players need to sign on to the grocery code of conduct in order for it to be successful, said Metro Inc. president and CEO Eric La Flèche.La

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Nova Scotia government to limit the use of travel nurses…

Posted by December 4, 2023

The Nova Scotia government is taking steps to end its reliance on private nursing agencies by limiting the amount of time someone employed as a travel nurse can

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ANALYSIS | A bridge too far-fetched: How the infrastructure-planning sausage…

Posted by November 29, 2023

When the ancient Etruscans or Babylonians had to make a difficult decision — say, where to dig an irrigation canal — they sometimes relied on hepatomanc

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B.C. in court against pharma companies in bid to certify…

Posted by November 27, 2023

B.C. Attorney General Niki Sharma says a court hearing in Vancouver on Monday represents a "new step" in the battle against opioid makers and marketers as the

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IEA report to oil and gas companies: Don’t bank on…

Posted by November 23, 2023

Carbon capture and storage has become a key plank of the Canadian oil and gas sector's decarbonization goals, but a new report from the International Energy Age

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Ontario could save $1.1B a year if it adapts public…

Posted by November 22, 2023

TorontoOntario's financial watchdog says the dangers of a changing climate could add more than $4 billion per year to the cost of maintaining public infrastruct

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How a horse drug case has led to calls for…

Posted by October 30, 2023

A controversial ruling by the commission that governs harness racing in Atlantic Canada has prompted calls for more transparency and better oversight of an

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