The RCMP and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) are warning Canadians about an ongoing CRA phone scam.
The scammers tell taxpayers they either owe money to the CRA or have a tax refund. Whn told they owe money, taxpayers are threatened with arrest or jail if they do not take immediate action by providing money, personal or financial information. […]
On a week that marks the passing of Justin Trudeau’s 100th day in power, key Conservative and NDP insiders have been delivering some preliminary conclusions as to the causes of their October defeats.
Their findings are strikingly interchangeable – with the popular momentum for change somewhat conveniently fingered as a root cause of electoral failure. […]
Late last week, Foreign Affairs Minister StÈphane Dion rose in the Commons to answer a question on our policy on Ukraine.
As he stumbled slightly, someone from the Conservative side shouted: “It’s not easy making priorities.” […]
A defined benefit pension plan and health spending accounts are among the things that make Champion Petfoods LP one of the best employers in the province.
This week the Morinville-based company announced it was recently named one of Alberta’s Top 70 Employers of 2016. […]
The Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce brought forth the province’s message to businesses that Syrian refugees need work. Board Member Grant Cree presented on a Jan. 13 meeting with Deputy Minister Andre Corbould that he attended on behalf of the Chamber. […]
Kudos to Justin Trudeau and Alberta’s Rachel Notley for taking the time to talk face to face about the province’s economic challenges on Wednesday. The Liberal prime minister has a compelling interest in keeping the channels open with the NDP premier. […]
Justin Trudeau makes his most important domestic trip in his short life as prime minister this week when he heads to Alberta.
Prime ministerial visits are usually of the in-and-out variety. Trudeau will spend two days in Edmonton and Calgary, meeting with the oil industry and those providing social services in the province, then sit down with Premier Rachel Notley. […]
It was a huge victory for aboriginal children in this country and a day when historical wrongs could begin to be made right.
So why were there so many questions clouding a day being heralded by the country’s First Nations?
The feds launched a new free Pesticide Labels app Jan. 25 that will allow users to access registered Canadian pesticide labels.
As pesticide labels have important detailed instructions and warnings that must be followed to protect health and the environment, the government believes the mobile and tablet app will be beneficial by homeowners, farmers, and industry, as well as provincial and federal organizations look up specific pesticide label instructions with their phone or tablet. […]