Saskatoon gas prices surge

The price of gas jumped in Saskatoon on Wednesday. Prices at some gas stations jumped to $178.9 per liter. Some industry analysts are predicting prices to break the $2.00 mark in Canada ahead of the May long weekend. Vancouver is already seeing prices of $2.11 cents a liter at the pumps.

‘Deep into their cache’: Russia’s changing missile strikes in Ukraine could signal supply shortages

Dozens of precision missiles strikes a day are taking a toll not only on Ukraine, but on Russia, according to western military officials and experts. Over 70 days of war in Ukraine, sophisticated and costly Russian missiles have targeted Ukrainian train stations, airfields, military command posts, weapons depots and staging areas where soldiers and weapons […]

Jackpot: Oilers 50/50 pot tops $4M

With several hours still to go until the puck drops on Game 2 of the Edmonton Oilers and Los Angeles Kings playoff series, the Oilers Mega 50/50 Jackpot is over $4 million. Several early bird prizes are also available. The multi-day 50/50 is in support of the Alberta Cancer Foundation, and the Kids With Cancer […]

Migration, migration, and more migration

Do not get wrong. Between now and mid-November, the central issues of the bilateral relationship will be migration, migration, and more migration. Everything else can wait. Even Ukraine. President Joe Biden needs the help of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador today more than ever and this makes this relationship acquire the strategic label at this […]

Elections 2022: How the BBC reports polling day

Who won in my area? Enter your postcode, or the name of your English council or Scottish or Welsh constituency to find out. Eg ‘W1A 1AA’ or ‘Westminster’ Note: This lookup covers national elections in Scotland and Wales, the Hartlepool by-election, as well as council and mayoral elections in England and Police and Crime Commissioner […]

A Climate of Fear at Boxing Canada

She is one of 121 boxers who took off their boxing gloves to write a letter to federal sports minister Pascale St-Onge calling for the resignation of Boxing Canada’s director of high performance. I encourage other athletes to speak up and I hope that others will have the courage to do so, she explains to […]

Acadians may be more predisposed to genetic diseases

The research conducted by genetics specialist Mouna Ben Amour, from the genetics clinic of university hospitalUniversity hospital center Dumont, was released on Friday. A genetic analysis was conducted on 60 Acadians from the greater Memramcook region, by oral sampling. We brought together people who were in good health. We were looking for carriers and not […]

This Mother’s Day support COPE Service Dogs

Spend Mother’s Day on Sunday supporting COPE Service Dogs with an online auction. The service is hosting a Mother’s Day High Tea for the third year to raise funds to provide training for dogs that help change the lives of individuals with mobility disabilities. While registration for the high tea event is sold out, the […]

Sainte-Trinité Catholic Secondary School inaugurates its new premises in Windsor

The Providence Catholic School Board school welcomes, among others, adult students. We offer a lot of courses to be able to meet the needs of people according to their post-secondary destinationexplains the principal of the school, Jeannine Duguay Pellerin. Jeannine Duguay Pellerin is the principal of Sainte-Trinité Catholic Secondary School in Windsor. Photo: GABRIEL NIKUNDANA […]