Montreal AI company announces partnership with WILL.I.AM at C2 conference

The annual Montreal conference on commerce and creativity welcomed Montreal-based AI company Stradigi AI and their new advisor WILL.I.AM to the stage today. Tomorrow, the theme of this year’s C2 conference, invites participants to take part in talks bout “climate…

Data suggests Anglophone support for Bill 21 lower than CAQ says: QCGN

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), an organization which represents dozens of English community groups across Quebec, says new data they’ve gathered on support to Bill 21 contradicts the CAQ’s belief that Anglophones support Bill 21. The QCGN commissioned an…

Class-action lawsuit against Atco over 2016 Fort McMurray blast going ahead

A class-action lawsuit is going ahead against a natural gas company in connection with an explosion that damaged several homes after the 2016 wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alta. READ MORE: Lawsuit filed against Atco in connection to explosion in Fort…

City of Regina considering changes following construction-related complaints

Construction season has a lot of people talking in Regina, and the mayor is assuring residents he’s paying attention. “I’m getting lots of calls on my Speak Out line, I’m getting emails, letters and [hear it on the] street,” Fougere…

Regina pharmacist suspended after being found guilty of misconduct, incompetence

The licence of a Regina pharmacist has been suspended after he was found guilty by the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals for professional misconduct and incompetence. A discipline committee reviewed 15 allegations against Arthur Woo, the owner and manager of…

Justin Trudeau exonerates Saskatchewan chief of historic treason conviction

May 23 2019 7:23pm Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vindicated Chief Poundmaker during a ceremony at the reserve in Saskatchewan that bears his name – Poundmaker Cree Nation. Ryan Kessler reports. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if(…

3 in custody after several violent offences in Punnichy, Sask. area

Several police detachments were called in after a serious assault involving a gun, according to Saskatchewan RCMP. There was an increased police presence in the communities of Balgonie, Southey, Muscowpetung First Nation, Piapot First Nation, and the surrounding areas starting…

Court to rule Friday if B.C. can limit bitumen in key case for Trans Mountain pipeline

A British Columbia court is set to rule Friday whether the province can restrict shipments of diluted bitumen through its borders, in what will be a crucial decision for the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The province filed…