While roughly 800 workers returned to the job Tuesday processing meat at the XL Foods plant in Brooks, Alta., it doesn't relieve the uncertainty that many of the other 1,200 laid-off employees are feeling.
Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program is quickly becoming this generation's version of the head tax. The only difference is the 21st century version is far more effective in preventing immigration to this country.
As touchscreens have taken off via tablets and smartphones, the way we interact with our gadgets has changed dramatically. But finger-to-glass input is just one option as these devices evolve. A new creation promises to move touch input to nearly any surface.
Oilsands, pipelines off agenda as Canadian environment ministers meetCalgary Herald“There's always opportunity for people to add more items to the agenda,” said Alberta Environment Minister Diana McQueen, who is hosting her counterparts from across...
Wildrose Official Opposition Leader Danielle Smith has posted all of her categorized expenses with receipts online dating back to May, including constituency expenses, and the rest of the Wildrose caucus will follow suit starting with October’s expenses.
XL Foods says it will bring back 800 of the 2,000 workers that were laid off Saturday to the meat processing plant in Brooks, Alta., at the centre of an international beef recall for E. coli contamination.
Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Delisle's surprise guilty plea yesterday means that not only will highly classified intelligence be kept out of the courts but it now may never be known how such a sensitive series of leaks was allowed to happen.
Slave River JournalSuncor Funded Oilsands Mines Studies In Northern Alberta Find Little Long ...Huffington Post CanadaOther widely cited studies have previously found significant contamination within a 50-kilometre radius of oilsands developments,...