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Protesters in Saskatoon calling for new pronoun and education policies to be scrapped – Saskatoon

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Dozens gathered in Saskatoon on Aug. 27 to voice their concerns and show support for the province’s LGBTQ2S community. The protest took place in front of MLA Don Morgan’s office Sunday afternoon. Those in attendance expressed disagreement to new policies implemented just …

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Winnipeggers frustrated by spring garbage calling for better by-law enforcement – Winnipeg

The arrival of spring in Winnipeg has revealed a pileup of garbage in a number of Winnipeg communities that is frustrating locals. Volunteers came out in force to pick up litter across several North End neighbourhoods on Saturday. One resident said she hopes better city by-law enforcement will also keep …

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Ontario service workers reinstated after being let go for allegedly calling out safety concerns

Workers at the Community Living Association of South Simcoe (CLASS) have been reinstated after the union protested their firings last week. On Tuesday, March, 7, between 100 and 200 OPSEU union members held a rally outside the facility’s Allison location to protest the workers being let go. The three developmental …

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When your rental has dirty secrets — renters share tips on calling the health inspector

Braden Crane was stuck in a catch-22. The roof of his Whitehorn rental in Calgary had been leaking for more than a year and then the hot water heater quit. The father of one didn’t want his family living like that, but he was worried calling a health inspector would …

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NDP calling for probe of grocery store profits as food prices continue to rise

The federal NDP is calling for a parliamentary probe of the rising cost of food to determine whether major grocery store chains are raking in excess profits. While Canada’s inflation problem seems to be easing off, the cost of groceries has risen 10.8 per cent in the past year, according to Statistics …

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