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A family in northern Saskatchewan is grateful to be alive after a truck crashed into their home and pinned a number of people underneath early Friday morning.
Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre will ask the House of Commons this week to force the government to show Canadians how much more they can expect to pay for gas, heat and groceries once every Canadian will be charged a $50 per tonne carbon tax.
À compter d'aujourd'hui, le Centre local d'emploi de Saint-Georges, situé au 11400, 1re Avenue Est, bureau 30, à Saint-Georges, devient un bureau de Services Québec.  Plus de détails dans le communiqué
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Sales in the food services and drinking places subsector were up 0.7% to $5.8 billion in February. Sales increased at full-service restaurants (+1.5%), drinking places (+1.8%) and special food services (+0.3%). Sales at limited-service restaurants edged down 0.1%.
Data on the production, inventories and domestic sales of refined petroleum products for Canada and the regions are now available for March upon request.
The volume of raw wool purchased directly from Canadian producers decreased 0.3% from 2015 to 1.2 million kilograms in 2016. The average price paid for wool to Canadian producers in 2016 was $1.38 per kilogram.
The article "Recent Developments in the Canadian Economy," which is released semi-annually as part of the Economic Insights series, provides an integrated summary of recent changes in output, employment, household demand, international trade and prices.
Wholesale sales declined 0.8% to $62.8 billion in February, the largest downward movement and the second monthly drop since September 2017.
Immigration -- After approving four new doctors through the new Physician Immigration Stream, a team led by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, will be in Dublin and London this week to continue promoting Nova Scotia and attracting more doctors to the province.

Bissonnette pleaded guilty in March to six charges of first-degree murder and six of attempted murder.

Ashfield was most recently president of the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick.

Eleven of the 16 people who died on April 6 are listed on the Everhere website, which calls itself one of North America’s largest databases for obituaries.
The provincial government is paying tribute to Canadian and New Brunswick veterans who took part in the Battle of Vimy Ridge in 1917 by supporting the creation of a park in their honour.
A Dartmouth, N.S., woman still reeling from her husband's recent death is now facing added stress after tax-preparation company H&R Block mistakenly declared her dead.
For 25 years Steve Nolan served in the Canadian Armed Forces. Now he's helping recently-retired veterans navigate the health-care system.
"This is an important day for Council and all Vancouverites to come together and recognize historical wrongdoings committed against Chinese people and to build a better future together," said Mayor Gregor Robertson.
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement on the apology by the City of Vancouver to Chinese Canadians:
As U.S. and Canadian government policies toward marijuana grow more divergent amid Canada's push for legalization, their stock exchanges have seen a flurry of cross-listing activity from companies eager to snap up investment capital and carve out dominant positions in a growing global market.
When she looks back at her childhood growing up in a small Greenland community, to her life now, as Canada’s first tenured Inuit professor, Karla Jessen Williamson still feels a sense of disbelief. She is one of the very few Inuit professors working in academia, as an assistant professor in education at the University of Saskatchewan.

The legacy of the Catholic Church in Quebec is a landscape of spires and crosses that stretch across the province that must find a new vocation or face the wrecking ball.

For more than a decade, Ontario had seen a continuous decline in immigration, but now the province’s strong economy and federal changes to immigrant selection criteria have helped boost its appeal to newcomers again.
Family and friends of a Vancouver Island man believe that he was killed in Peru in an alleged lynching by people who thought he was involved in the shooting death of an 81-year-old traditional healer.

Just Watch Us delves into the dusty Cold War records of the RCMP security service to chronicle how Mountie spies and their informants monitored the meetings, rallies and speeches of women fighting for gender equality, fair pay and access to abortion.
People in the Fraser Health region will have better access to joint replacement surgery, thanks to the Fraser Health hip and knee replacement program, which will increase the number of hip and knee replacement surgeries in the region by 23% in 2018-19.
Nicholas Reo, an assistant professor at Dartmouth College, is bringing Indigenous ways of understanding invasive plants and animal species into academia.
A gathering of G7 foreign and security ministers got underway in Toronto on a slightly informal note with Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland inviting her counterparts to her home for Sunday brunch.

The news comes a day after the Liberal Party held an hour-long seminar at a convention named "From #MeToo to never again: creating safe work environments."
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