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Doctors ask Liberal government to reconsider capital gains tax change

Doctors ask Liberal government to reconsider capital gains tax change

OTTAWA — The Canadian Medical Association is asking the federal government to reconsider its proposed changes to capital gains taxation, arguing they will affect doctors' retirement savings.
Shelly Palmer - Apple AI rumors get better

Shelly Palmer - Apple AI rumors get better

Shelly Palmer has been named LinkedIn’s “Top Voice in Technology,” and writes a popular daily business blog.
Lanigan building smeared with feces

Lanigan building smeared with feces

Humboldt RCMP are asking for the public's help to find those responsible.
Face the Issue: Awareness campaign challenging assumptions

Face the Issue: Awareness campaign challenging assumptions

Government of Sask. series targets young people.
Equifax Canada testing use of rental payment data for credit scores

Equifax Canada testing use of rental payment data for credit scores

TORONTO — Equifax Canada is exploring how rent data could factor in to credit scores to help make credit and financial services accessible to more people.
Estevan city council approves sidewalk for Perkins Steet

Estevan city council approves sidewalk for Perkins Steet

The discussions about Perkins Street began last fall after council received a request for a sidewalk to be built on the busy road.
Pumphouse wins Small Business of the Year at Chamber Awards

Pumphouse wins Small Business of the Year at Chamber Awards

Recipient has owned and operated athletic club since 2013.
Credence Construction earns Yorkton Chamber business award

Credence Construction earns Yorkton Chamber business award

“It was totally, completely unexpected,” said Dustin Brears.
Cruise For Kane sees massive turnout

Cruise For Kane sees massive turnout

Upwards of 250 trucks showed up for the memorial cruise.
Federal government appoints three new justices in Saskatchewan

Federal government appoints three new justices in Saskatchewan

Federal judicial appointments are made by the Governor General, acting on the advice of the federal Cabinet and recommendations from the Minister of Justice.