REGINA -- Saskatchewan residents will have to dig deeper into their pockets for everything from alcohol to home renovations as the government increases the provincial sales tax to help tackle a $1.3-billion deficit.
Consumer tax changes in Wednesday's federal budget will add to the cost of Uber rides while ending a public-transit credit. Those are just two of several Liberal government moves that will hit pocketbooks directly, though modestly.
A coroner's jury is recommending that transit police in the Vancouver area work more closely with mental health providers following the death of a man who repeatedly stabbed himself and was shot by an officer at a grocery store more than two years ago.
Canada Savings Bonds have fallen out of favour with investors as rates have fallen. (shutterstock). By Alex Boutilier Ottawa Bureau Reporter Jackie Hong Staff Reporter.
Employees cried and passengers fumed at the Saskatchewan Transportation Company depot in Saskatoon Wednesday afternoon when they all learned of the government's decision to shutter the 70-year-old bus service.