Saskatchewan officials are keeping an eye on happenings south of the border. Not just on the transfer of power from former president Donald Trump to President Joe Biden, but also North Dakota’s apparent success in overcoming the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday formally revoked the permit needed to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline (KXL), dashing Ottawa's hopes of salvaging the $8 billion project that the struggling Canadian crude sector has long supported.
Bobby Edward Dawson Gray, 20, and Peyton Anthony Stevenson, 22, both of Regina are charged with second-degree murder, attempted murder, possession of a firearm contrary for probation order and possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000.
“Public compliance is a critical point. It must happen and if we’re not seeing public compliance, that’s where strong leadership has to come in and has to impose stronger restrictions,” SUN President Tracy Zambory says,
Incoming U.S. President Joe Biden campaigned on a starkly different vision for America's future than Donald Trump, and now that he’s in the White House, experts say Canadians can expect some big changes.
Mental fatigue from the COVID-19 pandemic continues for residents in Saskatchewan, and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) said it’s likely not going anywhere as uncertainty to a pandemic end date remains.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe are urging U.S. President-elect Joe Biden to meet with Canadians and reconsider his reported decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline quickly after taking office.