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'Trojan Horse:' Alberta to argue that federal assessment law unconstitutional

'Trojan Horse:' Alberta to argue that federal assessment law unconstitutional

In part, Alberta is concerned federal assessments are no longer solely triggered by provisions in fisheries, migratory birds and navigable waterways laws, but also now includes in-situ oilsands developments, projects that formerly were only assessed by the province. 
Unfriended no more: Facebook to lift Australia news ban

Unfriended no more: Facebook to lift Australia news ban

“There is no doubt that Australia has been a proxy battle for the world,” Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said.
Critics ask why no details on government plan for parks management

Critics ask why no details on government plan for parks management

Guidelines for parks partners were supposed to be released last may, said Grace Wark of the Alberta Wilderness Association.
Church whose pastor was arrested for defying COVID-19 restrictions holds service

Church whose pastor was arrested for defying COVID-19 restrictions holds service

Associate pastor Jacob Spenst conducted Sunday's service in his place, telling the congregation that messages of support have been pouring in.
Kenney says no new taxes as Alberta preps for another tough times pandemic budget

Kenney says no new taxes as Alberta preps for another tough times pandemic budget

On Thursday it’s budget day in Alberta, a time that will cruelly and ironically remind residents that last year’s projected eye-popping $6.8-billion deficit was actually the good old days.
All the jobs lost in 2020 among workers with wages below Canadian average: Report

All the jobs lost in 2020 among workers with wages below Canadian average: Report

The biggest decline in work was among the country's very bottom wage earners, with an hourly wage under $13.91.
Experts urge heritage minister to speed up tech bill after Australian legislation

Experts urge heritage minister to speed up tech bill after Australian legislation

Guilbeault has long been at work on a federal bill that would put an end to the ability of global tech giants to rake in tens of billions of dollars each year without paying tax in the countries they operate in.
Mandatory hotel quarantine rates far lower than $2K touted by government

Mandatory hotel quarantine rates far lower than $2K touted by government

At the Calgary Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel, the three-day quarantine stay for one person costs $1,272 plus tax, including food for three days and $75 for security.
'We're facing an infodemic:' Survey finds eroding trust threatens vaccine rollout

'We're facing an infodemic:' Survey finds eroding trust threatens vaccine rollout

The survey found trust in scientists was down six points compared with last year's survey, while trust in academic experts declined 16 points, CEOs fell five points and journalists edged down four points.
'A victory for her children': Trucker guilty of manslaughter in death of woman

'A victory for her children': Trucker guilty of manslaughter in death of woman

Two trials and a decade after police were called to the bloody crime scene, Bradley Barton, a former trucker from Mississauga, Ont., was found responsible for the death of Cindy Gladue, a 36-year-old Metis and Cree woman
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