May 28, 2016 05:35 a.m.
Police Became Biggest Customer For Saint John Drug Ring
Police bought so much cocaine from a suspected Saint John drug ring in the summer of 2014 it quickly became the group's best customer, helping finance the growing volumes of cocaine brought into the city, court heard Friday.
May 28, 2016 02:45 a.m.
Harley Finkelstein Explains The Modular, Open Nature Of Shopify’S Success At C2mtl
It has been just over one year since Shopify dual-listed on both the NYSE and the TSX, providing the Canadian technology scene with one of its unqualified success stories. After appearing on the main stage of the C2MTL conference, in conversation with Charlottetown, P.E.I.’s very own Amber MacArthur, Shopify chief operating officer Harley Finkelstein headed […]
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May 28, 2016 01:35 a.m.
End Homelessness, Spare Tent Cities, Academics Tell Bc Government
In a letter released Friday, more than 100 academics and researchers asked the government of British Columbia to spare tent cities and invest in "real solutions to homelessness".
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May 28, 2016 01:20 a.m.
Win! New Brunswick Implements An Indefinite Moratorium On Fracking
May 27, 2016 - 8:27pm
The Fredericton chapter highlights lack of social licence for fracking at release of commission report, February 26, 2016.
New Brunswick-based Council of Canadians chapter activists have long demanded a ban on fracking in their province and today they received some good news.
CBC reports, "Energy Minister Donald Arseneault says the New Brunswick government will indefinitely extend the province's moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. The energy minister made ... 
May 28, 2016 3:55 p.m.
Ofc Season Preview: “Our Focus Is Narrowed Squarely On Returning To The Playoffs And Championship Game”
With the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) season underway and the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) set to begin soon, CanadaFootballChat.com (CFC) is previewing some of the teams that will be competing this season. In this instalment, CFC Editor Ameeta Vohra previews the varsity Toronto Jr. Argos. With the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) […] 
May 28, 2016 09:55 a.m.
Cupe Saskatchewan Education Workers Call For Adequate Funding Through Social Media Storm
REGINA: CUPE education workers and supporters are taking to social media today to show their support for adequate funding for education.
“Many school divisions are already feeling a budget pinch. Many school boards are dealing with increased enrollment and more complex student needs,” said Jackie Christianson, chair of the CUPE Education Workers’ Steering Committee. “Even a modest increase will not be enough for some school divisions to meet the need for frontline support staff. ... 
May 28, 2016 05:45 a.m.
Simon Richard Participera Aux Jeux Paralympiques De Rio
Simon Richard, de Dieppe, va participer aux Jeux paralympiques de Rio en septembre prochain. Le jeune homme, âgé de 22 ans, a été choisi au sein de l'équipe canadienne de goalball. Il est le seul représentant des provinces de l'Atlantique. 
May 28, 2016 02:41 a.m.
Wildrose Party’S Half-Hearted Apology To Ontario Premier Doesn’T Mean Much
PHOTOS: Wildrose Party Finance Critic and chief Legislative greeter Derek Fildebrandt, demonstrating a typical attitude. Below: Shocked and appalled critics Naheed Nenshi, mayor of Calgary, David Swann, Alberta Liberal leader, Greg Clark, Alberta Party leader, and Brian Mason, Government House Leader. Thanks to the Wildrose Party, the phrase “Alberta welcome” may enter the popular lexicon […]
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