Hoping to beat back Conservative claims that their environment-friendly agenda is a costly jobs killer, the Liberal government has been burnishing its economic record lately, insisting that it has done better at creating jobs than its Tory predecessor.
“Since we formed government, the Canadian economy has created over 60 per cent more full-time jobs than the Conservatives did over the same time period,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Aug. 14.
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It’s an important exercise in spin for a government whose central brand is about convincing Canadians that “the environment and the economy go hand-in-hand” – that fighting climate change, in other words, need
Saskatoon police continue to deal with excessive speeders in the city.Police say they impounded the vehicles of two more drivers Thursday after radar showed they were going well over 50 km/h above the speed limit.
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The first driver was clocked late in the afternoon going 117 km/h in a 60 km/h zone on Claypool Drive.The 22-year-old man was given a $988 ticket.The second driver was caught in the evening, doing 168 km/h while heading downtown on Circle Drive. The speed limit is 90 km/h.The driver was handed a $1,125 ticket.“These speeds are pure insanity; we will keep targeting those who choose to put others at risk,” the Saskatoon police traffic unit said in a t
After an increase in shootings and violent incidents in 2018, a new poll shows the majority of Torontonians have fears of falling victim to gun violence in the city.Ipsos asked residents several questions regarding safety and violence in the city following the Danforth shooting which happened last month that left two people dead and 13 others injured.“We really wanted to gauge the temperature of the city of Toronto. How are people feeling after a particularly intense period in which there’s been a number of things happening in the city, culminating with what happened on the Danforth,” said Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs.
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There was a large Saskatoon police presence at a trailer park in the Sutherland neighbourhood Wednesday morning.An injured person was reported in the 1500-block of Rayner Avenue at 7:55 a.m. CT on Aug. 1.
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Police said her injuries are believed to be minor.No arrests have been made at this time.
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The guns and gangs, targeted enforcement, and canine units were called to the scene.The investigation is ongoing.Stay connected with Global News as this story develops.