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CP Rail and union going to arbitration, workers back on the job at noon

CP Rail and union going to arbitration, workers back on the job at noon

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. conductors, engineers and train and yard workers will end a work stoppage today at noon.
When will feds lift COVID-19 mandates? It's complicated, minister says

When will feds lift COVID-19 mandates? It's complicated, minister says

What will it take for the federal government to lift COVID-19 vaccine mandates? Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos says it's complicated.
Too much sugar costs Canada billions, study finds

Too much sugar costs Canada billions, study finds

Some Canadians are eating the equivalent amount of sugar in three Kit Kats a day, a study has found. An Alberta dietician has advice for how to eat less sugar.
No prior connection between woman and accused killer in downtown Calgary stabbing

No prior connection between woman and accused killer in downtown Calgary stabbing

Calgary police say a fatal stabbing in downtown Calgary on Friday was random. Michael John Adenyi, 26, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 31-year-old Vanessa Ladouceur.
Pass revenues seemingly not all going back into K-Country as promised

Pass revenues seemingly not all going back into K-Country as promised

“One of the things I’m still struggling a little bit with is the Kananaskis Conservation Pass raised $11 million last year, but Alberta Parks’ budget has not increased by $11 million.” ~ Sarah Elmeligi, a Canmore-based conservationist and former provincial park planner.
Calgary man wanted after double stabbing at Okotoks campground

Calgary man wanted after double stabbing at Okotoks campground

Ryan Cameron Bain, 38, of Calgary is currently wanted for two counts of attempted murder, among other offences. He may be on his way to Winnipeg.
'Canada's Got Talent' is coming back

'Canada's Got Talent' is coming back

It's been a decade since Canadians have been able to compete in the "Got Talent" reality television franchise and now it's back.
Copping taking COVID science seriously says Alberta Medical Association president

Copping taking COVID science seriously says Alberta Medical Association president

Dr. Michelle Warren, president of the Alberta Medical Association, says the health minister is focussed on the science around COVID, but Premier Jason Kenney is focused on the UCP leadership race.
Rising oil prices could boost Liberal budget

Rising oil prices could boost Liberal budget

The federal government may find itself with billions more in spending room on the back of soaring oil prices that experts say could lower the deficit, or give the Liberals space to fund a bevy of campaign pledges.
Labour minister calling for quick resolution to CP Rail labour dispute

Labour minister calling for quick resolution to CP Rail labour dispute

"As Canadians grapple with a never-ending pandemic, exploding commodity prices and the war in Ukraine, the rail carrier is adding an unnecessary layer of insecurity, especially for those who depend on the rail network," ~ said a statement from the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference hours before CP rail workers were locked out and went on strike.
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