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NVIT closing entry gap between indigenous and non indigenous students

Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) has announced that it plans to close the Grade 12 immediate entry gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous graduates by expanding their Immediate Entry Bursary to all First Nation School Association’s Gra

Municipal council to hold public meeting, but ask the public to stay away

Chatham-Kent council will hold an open and public special information meeting Friday at 5 p.m. to provide an update on the state of emergency along Erie Shore Drive, and the municipality is asking people to not attend.

Case against mother charged with second-degree murder of infant moved to Saskatoon

A mother charged with second-degree murder in the death of her one-month-old infant was scheduled to appear in Rosetown circuit court March 12. Instead, her lawyer asked the court to adjourn the case to Saskatoon.
Military concerned about Chinese access to networks as Huawei decision looms

Military concerned about Chinese access to networks as Huawei decision looms

OTTAWA — Defence chief Gen.
Gatineau couple infected with COVID-19 on Diamond Princess relieved to be home

Gatineau couple infected with COVID-19 on Diamond Princess relieved to be home

GATINEAU, Que. — A couple from Gatineau, Que., are warning Canadians to be vigilant about COVID-19 after contracting the virus aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan.

A man for all seasons: Volunteer of the Year Lewis MacIntosh

SHERBROOKE – If Lewis MacIntosh had a dollar for every job he’s done for free, well, he wouldn’t be the duly designated 2020 Volunteer of the Year for the Municipality of the District of St.

St. Mary’s Council backs women’s leadership school

SHERBROOKE – St. Mary’s Council voted this week to cover the cost of two area delegates to a women’s political conference in Port Hawkesbury this spring.

Citizen support “vindicating” for women’s conference, St. Mary’s councilor says

SHERBROOKE – It wasn’t the result she was hoping for, but St. Mary’s District Councilor Kaytland Smith doesn’t bear a grudge. In fact, she says, “We respect every council’s right to discuss and decide on all ideas brought to them.

Atlantic Gold spat with St. Mary’s council turned ugly, document reveals

SHERBROOKE – Despite recent assurances that it “works with communities” where it operates, Atlantic Gold seriously considered imposing “legal remedies” on St.
Juno Awards in Saskatoon cancelled last-minute over COVID-19 concerns

Juno Awards in Saskatoon cancelled last-minute over COVID-19 concerns

SASKATOON — A mere hours before the Juno Awards events were set to officially kick off in Saskatoon on Thursday, organizers slammed the brakes on the festivities, saying Canada's biggest celebration of homegrown music wouldn't go forward over concern