Questions Remain About Indigenous Consultation on the Sale of Crown Land in Saskatchewan | The Canadian News

The critic of the Saskatchewan NDP opposition for First Nations and M├ętis relations, truth and reconciliation is asking the province to question its rationale for selling Crown lands without properly consulting with indigenous communities. Betty Nippi-Albright said that in terms of framework or policy, the province has an outdated document from 2013 on the duty […]

Toronto City Council Adopts Policy Requiring Some New Development Include Affordable Housing – Toronto | The Canadian News

The Toronto City Council has adopted a policy that will require that some new residential developments include affordable housing units. The Inclusive Zoning plan, which includes draft implementation guidelines and an amendment to the zoning statute, will make it mandatory for certain new developments to include rental housing and affordable property options starting next year, […]

Red Ribbon Project Underway With MADD Saskatoon Message: Plan A Safe Trip Home – Saskatoon | The Canadian News

With the holiday season just around the corner, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Saskatoon has launched its annual campaign to promote sober driving. Project Red Ribbon raises awareness of the risks of drunk driving when celebrations include alcohol, cannabis, or other drugs. The tapes symbolize a person’s commitment to driving safely and soberly and also […]

Not even in 2022 will the inflation target be reached; the market anticipates 4% in price variation: FocusEconomics

The inflation expectations for next year that the market consensus has are 4%, reveals the international consultancy FocusEconomics. This forecast incorporates an upward adjustment from 3.9% the previous month and shows that the market does not expect the inflation it will return to the punctual objective not even next year. In the detail of the […]

Quebec Court of Appeal rejects EMSB’s request to suspend the application of Bill 21 – Montreal | The Canadian News

The Quebec Court of Appeal has rejected the request of the Montreal School Board of England (EMSB) to suspend the application of Bill 21, the province’s secularism law, and allow the hiring of teachers who wear religious symbols for now. The law prohibits public employees such as teachers, judges, and police from wearing religious symbols […]

Saskatchewan’s Director of Medical Health Now Says The Next Months May Look Different Than ‘Winter of Misery’ | Watch news videos online

As COVID-19 remains a sensitive situation in Saskatchewan, despite a drop in the number of cases, the Provincial Emergency Operations Center (PEOC) remains on high alert. Taz Dhaliwal has more information on the current situation in the province and what residents can expect for the upcoming Christmas season.