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Wave of tech layoffs tips power back in favour of employers in sector

Wave of tech layoffs tips power back in favour of employers in sector

TORONTO — Members of Canada's technology industry say another wave of layoffs the sector saw this week is tipping the power dynamic back in favour of employers.
Statistics Canada says November saw lowest number of people on EI in 25 years

Statistics Canada says November saw lowest number of people on EI in 25 years

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says November saw the lowest number of employment insurance beneficiaries on record in 25 years.
Agriculture This Week: Cow not complete environmental villain

Agriculture This Week: Cow not complete environmental villain

Sometimes we need to think of things with a broader lens, cattle have issues, but there are positives to be considered too.
Regina airport reacts to bad Sunwing and good WestJet news

Regina airport reacts to bad Sunwing and good WestJet news

Regina Airport Authority CEO James Bogusz optimistic about 2023, despite the recent air travel route turmoil impacting the airport.
Estevan family loves using their massive backyard rink

Estevan family loves using their massive backyard rink

The outdoor skating area measures 60 feet long by 40 feet wide, and has four-foot boards at each end and two-foot boards on each side.
Postmedia to move 12 Alberta papers to digital-only, will make layoffs

Postmedia to move 12 Alberta papers to digital-only, will make layoffs

TORONTO — Postmedia is moving a dozen of its Alberta community newspapers to digital-only formats, eyeing more outsourcing deals for printing and laying off workers.
Three moose in a Midale backyard

Three moose in a Midale backyard

Jennifer Biette had the visitors on Tuesday morning.
Prime Minister’s Office apologizes for leaving Saskatchewan premier off guest list

Prime Minister’s Office apologizes for leaving Saskatchewan premier off guest list

A spokeswoman for the Prime Minister's Office says they have nothing to add. 
Violence against men and boys highest in Prairies

Violence against men and boys highest in Prairies

A recent report from Statistics Canada revealed violence has increased, Sask. organization confirms trend.
Learning clothing repair skills helps reduce clothing costs

Learning clothing repair skills helps reduce clothing costs

The wasteful cycle of buy, wear, tear and toss is not only expensive, it ‘is creating an environmental disaster.’
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