REGINA -- Saskatchewan residents will have to dig deeper into their pockets for everything from home renovations to alcohol as the government increases the provincial sales tax to help tackle a $1.3-billion deficit.
Alcohol and tobacco taxes going up, Uber will have to charge GST/HST, and no path out of deficit are just a few highlights from the 2017 federal budget.
Enbridge Inc. said Wednesday it is cutting about 1,000 jobs, or six per cent of its staff, following the completion of its takeover of Spectra Energy Corp of Houston, Texas.
OTTAWA -- Highlights from the 2017 federal budget tabled Wednesday by Finance Minister Bill Morneau: -- Employment insurance premiums are going up five cents to $1.68 per every $100 of insurable earnings, up from $1.63 -- the maximum allowable ...
Saskatchewan's 70-year-old public bus service will soon be gone, throwing 224 people out of work and leaving hundreds of communities in limbo.