‘Me too clause’ could make for a ‘bumpy ride’ in B.C. union negotiations

With B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch workers on strike, orders to private liquor stores, bars and restaurants across the province have come to a screeching halt.  “We should see stock-outs over the weekend for those popular items,” said Kieran Baldwin, general manager of Legacy Liquor Store in Olympic Village. “We’ll definitely be running […]

‘BACK WITH MY FAMILY’: DeVonte Dedmon returns as Redblacks look for answers to slide

Breadcrumb Trail Links Ottawa Redblacks Football CFL “We know what we have in that locker room; it’s just not coming together right now.” Author of the article: Tim Baines  •  Postmedia FILES: Former Ottawa Redblacks receiver/returner DeVonte Dedmon is returning to the team. Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia Network Article content After an extremely disappointing […]

Windsor police investigate arson in Amherstburg

Article content Windsor police are investigating a fire at a commercial property in Amherstburg that damaged multiple vehicles. Article content The blaze occurred Tuesday between 11:10 and 11:55 p.m., in the 7000 block of Smith Industrial Drive. Police have determined the fire was arson and are searching for a black Cadillac Escalade that was observed […]

ZIM vs IND 2nd ODI Highlights: Sanju finishes it in style, India win series

India have now taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe. They have won the second game by five wickets, chasing down 162 with five wickets in hand and 24.2 overs to spare. Sanju Samson top scored for India with 43* as he also finished the game with a six. Apart […]

Borderline: Why health record privacy hinders patient care in Lloydminster (part 2)

Breadcrumb Trail Links Saskatchewan In Lloydminster, the border is just a road. But it’s one that health data cannot cross, a decades-long issue for residents and caregivers. Stephanie Munro is CEO of the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation. Photo by Matt Smith /Saskatoon StarPhoenix Article content When Stephanie Munro’s grandmother crossed the border to go to […]

Guilty without guilt in IAS

H C Gupta’s case tells us how the ‘system’ works to punish the non-corrupt. And if this is how it’s going to be, who would risk taking a decision?