With over 40 events taking place in four days, there will be no shortage of fun for all ages during this year’s Lacombe Days. Taking place July 25-28, the annual summer festival will once again celebrate the community’s roots, spirit and charm, as
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The higher-than-expected surplus is primarily due to $2.9 billion in increased revenue, largely driven by higher personal and corporate income tax and new taxes including a speculation tax and employer health tax.
'VICTORIA — The British Columbia government ended its fiscal year in an operating surplus of $1.5 billion with the collection of more revenue from taxation and less money from a softening real estate market. Read More'
James Cairns, an associate professor of Social and Environmental Justice at Wilfrid Laurier University, is angry about fascists. A group of Canadian National Party members and assorted agitators confronted participants at a Pride event in Hamilton’s
Diner en Blanc Where: Commonwealth Stadium When: July 17 What: White dress code dinner party at a secret location announced the day of the event Codie McLachlan hits some of our city’s best bashes to snap photos for our weekly Social Seen column. He
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Calgary’s CRAFT Beer Market undergoing major renovation A rooftop patio, with a capacity of 300 people, is anticipated to open in spring 2020. The renovation is expected to add over 100 jobs to the restaurant Calgary's Business
What a crazy week, and judging by what happened Monday, an awesome month to come. This week on Twitter, @kalanteneidhart asked me how excited I am for SummerSlam. The road to SummerSlam has begun and I almost can’t believe that just a few months
The good news for Ontario parents with autistic children is that the Ford government appears to have learned a valuable lesson – namely what’s equal isn’t always fair and what’s fair isn’t always equal. The question now is how well MPP Todd Smith
Buying a home has long been part of the Canadian dream, but it’s always easier said than done. Rising house prices have made that a difficult proposition, especially for young people, newcomers and low-income earners trying to squeeze their way
Entertainment events for the upcoming week in Saskatoon.
'FMG Saskatoon Dragon Boat Festival: Friday and Saturday at Rotary Park. Information at facilitymarketing.com , email@example.com . Read More'