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Passersby credited with saving survivors.
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Officer used flashlight to signal train.
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The Human Rights Watch report documents allegations of police abuse.
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They've been given until the end of December to sign on to the national climate change agreement or lose out on millions.
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The Brad Wall government had some difficult choices to make. It could have asked the rich to pay a little more. Instead, it told the poor to pay a lot more. Though this budget may help reduce the provincial deficit, it will be bad for poverty and for the long-term health of the Saskatchewan economy.
"The need for a funeral goes beyond just dollars and cents."
"Nurses are healthcare professionals and as such are rightfully held to high standards.''
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The premier says the government didn't expect revenue from natural resources to fall more than $1 billion and stay that low for three years.
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Canada's plan to deal with Climate Change is aimed toward the successful development, transportation and marketing of our valuable oil and gas resources in western Canada, while protecting our clean air and clean water for generations to come. Both sides of this equation are equally important. Canadians want both a prosperous economy and a clean environment, together.
With so many winterized cottages, cabins, chalets, and yurts (yes, yurts) across Canada, cottage "season" can be a thing of the past. This winter, keep your hair smelling like campfire even when there's snow on the ground with this list of the coziest and coolest all-Canadian getaways.
Liberals announced last week that provinces will have to phase out coal entirely by 2030 or use carbon capture and storage technology.
The role and influence of money in the political process has long been antagonistic to a fully democratic electoral system. Political parties must raise money from party supporters to maintain an organization, promote various messages and compete in elections, but it matters where that money comes from and how it is raised.
Not only are out-of-province donations OK in Brad Wall's Saskatchewan, but so are corporate and union donations. There are no donation limits of any kind, and out-of-country corporate donations are allowed as long as that corporation has a Canadian presence. It really is the Wild West out in Saskatchewan.