04
Jun
2021
Posted by: In: Alberta Coronavirus, Alberta health, Alberta politics, Calgary Stampede, Calgary Stampede COVID-19, Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, Deena Hinshaw, Health, Jason Kenney, Public Health Restrictions

COVID-19: Doctors’ group concerned about Calgary Stampede, major corporate partner won’t take part

It’s normally billed as The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, but with the Calgary Stampede getting the conditional green light to go ahead amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some are concerned the event could become one of the greatest superspreaders of the novel coronavirus that the province has ever…
24
Dec
2020
Posted by: In: Alibaba, alibaba china, Alibaba Group, alibaba investigation, anti monopoly investigation, anti monopoly probe, Beijing, China, monopoly, World

China launches anti-monopoly probe into Alibaba Group, stepping up pressure – National

Chinese regulators on Thursday announced an anti-monopoly investigation of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, stepping up the ruling Communist Party’s efforts to control fast-growing tech industries. President Xi Jinping’s government promotes e-commerce and other online industries but worries about the dominance of Alibaba and other market leaders. The ruling party…
23
Nov
2018
Posted by: In: Canada, Eugene Melnyk, John Ruddy, LeBreton Flats, LeBreton Flats redevelopment, National Capital Commission, NCC, new NHL arena in Ottawa, Ottawa courts, Ottawa news, Ottawa Senators, superior court, Trinity Development

Senators owner sues Trinity Group for $700M over ‘failed joint venture’ to redevelop LeBreton Flats

The owner of the Ottawa Senators is suing the developer he partnered with to redevelop LeBreton Flats and build a new arena for the NHL team downtown, a move that likely marks the end of RendezVous LeBreton’s bid for the long-awaited city-building project. The news comes just one day after…