Alberta is taking a gradual approach to balancing its budget while protecting programs that matter most, Premier Jason Kenney told delegates at the United Conservative Party’s annual general meeting in Calgary on Saturday. “Some of this will be controversial, some of it will invite protests, saw one today,” Kenney told the hundredsRead More →

Centre Chris Boucher and forward Oshae Brissett of the Toronto Raptors have said they intend to play for Canada at an Olympic men’s basketball qualifying tournament next year in Victoria. Montreal’s Boucher has seen increased minutes with the Raptors due to an injury to bench leader Serge Ibaka. The formerRead More →

A doctor from the United States says the process to work in Nova Scotia is “enormously frustrating and stressful” and needs to be overhauled if it wants to recruit more international physicians. “Clinically, I would say that Nova Scotia is delusional,” said Dr. Thomas Dietz. “How are they going to recruitRead More →

The federally owned Trans Mountain Corporation is monitoring pipeline opponents and designating some as persons of interest who warrant closer scrutiny, according to internal records provided to CBC News.  The Trans Mountain documents show its security officials recorded the names of individuals who posted anti-pipeline videos and statements on social media,Read More →