Canada seeing spike in temporary visas as migrant worker advocates raise alarm

OTTAWA — A federal report says applications for temporary resident visas issued to international visitors, students and temporary workers have more than tripled since...

Ottawa orders tight new restrictions on sugary, high-alcohol drinks

OTTAWA — New federal restrictions on sugary alcoholic beverages took effect today, following at least two deaths in 18 months. The alcohol content in what Health...

Clean energy one of Canada’s fastest growing industries

OTTAWA — Canada's clean-energy sector says it's growing faster than the economy as a whole and is rivalling some better-known industries for jobs. Clean Energy...

Susan Myers Supports New Branding for City

Susan Myers who was a member of City Council 2006-2018, Manager of Marketing and Tourism SSMEDC 1989 – 2003. Overseer of development of Naturally...

Sault Ste. Marie is About to Look A Lot Different

After a lengthy presentation from Travis Anderson, Project Manager of FutureSSM and Katie Elliott, FutureSSM Communications Coordinator and praises from Algoma U, Sault College,...

Liberals shrugging off concerns about rural crime, opposition MPs charge

OTTAWA — Conservative MPs say a Liberal-dominated committee's half-hearted report on the burgeoning problem of rural crime is an insult to Canadians. New Democrat MPs...
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Ford offers provincial funds for municipalities, school boards to review budgets

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford says the province is willing to pay for large municipalities and school boards to review their budgets in an effort to find...

Minister Bains outlines digital charter with focus on personal data control

TORONTO — Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains says the federal government will look to update the Privacy Act as part of an effort to build...

Canada Eliminates Countermeasures as the United States Lifts Tariffs on Canadian Steel and Aluminum

When the United States imposed unjustified tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum, the Government of Canada stood up for our country's steel and aluminum...

Feds launch tourism strategy designed to boost sector 25 per cent by 2025

OTTAWA — Tourism Minister Melanie Joly says a federal new tourism strategy can boost international visits to Canada during non-peak seasons by more than a million people. The...

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