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Jones edges Carey in extra end

Jones edges Carey in extra end

It’s well-known that the Home Hardware Canada Cup is difficult to get to for a curler.
Canada is the most Christmassy country in the world, according to report

Canada is the most Christmassy country in the world, according to report

Taxi2Airport just released a list of the 25 most “Christmassy” countries in the world, and Canada stole the top spot.
Saskatchewan announces waterflood development program to support oil industry

Saskatchewan announces waterflood development program to support oil industry

Regina – The government of Saskatchewan announced a program on Dec. 5 designed to improve the petroleum industry’s long-term operating environment, sustain jobs, and increase investment activity in our province.
CFO of Chinese tech giant Huawei arrested

CFO of Chinese tech giant Huawei arrested

The chief financial officer for China’s global tech giant, Huawei Technologies, has been arrested in Richmond and is facing extradition to the U.S.
Energy Excellence Awards – nominate today

Energy Excellence Awards – nominate today

With the Canadian energy industry apparently under siege, as it suffers from negatives such as wide heavy oil differentials, lack of pipeline access to markets, and government policies that threaten its competitiveness, there’s a new initiative that
Vancouver Art Gallery shoe memorial recognizes lives of murdered women in B.C.

Vancouver Art Gallery shoe memorial recognizes lives of murdered women in B.C.

On Dec. 6, more than 1,000 pairs of women’s shoes will be placed on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery to commemorate women killed as a result of violence in British Columbia.
Notley cuts oil production

Notley cuts oil production

The Alberta government’s decision to cut oil production in response to rock-bottom prices is earning accolades from both sides of the political aisle.
Klothes for Kids spread love across the world

Klothes for Kids spread love across the world

Marjorie Blackburn of Sylvan Lake, Alta., representative for In Touch Ministries, collected the blankets and quilts that were sewn by the Klothes for Kids project in Sturgis on November 21.
Saskatchewan Geological Survey marks 70th with open house at the Bess

Saskatchewan Geological Survey marks 70th with open house at the Bess

The results from this year’s work of the Saskatchewan Geological Survey (SGS), which is celebrating its 70th anniversary, will be featured at the 49th Saskatchewan Geological Open House beginning this morning in Saskatoon.
Man born without limbs loves to travel

Man born without limbs loves to travel

Chris Koch brings If I Can presentation back to Olds