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(ANNews) – Treaty 8 First Nations chiefs are supporting a lawsuit launched by current and former Indigenous foster children alleging the Alberta government pocketed federal funds intended for children in care. The suit alleges that children’s special allowances (CSA), which are intended to match funds for children whose parents receive the Canada Child Benefit, have been used as general revenue by Alberta governments dating back to 1993. Under the CSA, children under the age of six are entitled
These two retail stocks have fallen since their pandemic-era peaks, but that's an opportunity, not a cause for concern.
"People are worried that the ice bridge might not get in before the Christmas period," said Sean Whelly. "We're in a bad spot and can't do too much about it." In an average year, the Northwest Territories community's ice crossing would have already opened by now. Instead, there's open water on the Liard River. If the crossing doesn't open in December, it's another month where residents' movements are restricted and businesses face extra costs. Whelly believes the water is freezing differently th
Members of Aslef backed more industrial action after being reballoted, well over a year since the dispute over pay began.
Zscaler, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZS) Q1 2024 Earnings Call Transcript November 27, 2023 Zscaler, Inc. beats earnings expectations. Reported EPS is $0.67, expectations were $0.49. Operator: Thank you for standing by, and welcome to Zscaler’s First Quarter 2024 Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in listen only mode. [Operator Instructions] As a reminder, today’s […]
Q3 2024 UiPath Inc Earnings Call
Former health secretary Matt Hancock is giving evidence for a second day.
Helen McEntee has been coming under pressure since last Thursday’s riots, which saw damage costing tens of millions of euro.
Anavex Life Sciences Corp. (NASDAQ:AVXL) Q4 2023 Earnings Call Transcript November 27, 2023 Anavex Life Sciences Corp. beats earnings expectations. Reported EPS is $-0.12, expectations were $-0.16. Operator: Good morning, and welcome to the Anavex Life Sciences Fiscal 2023 Fourth Quarter Conference Call. My name is Clint Tomlinson and I will be your host for […]
Jaime Maussen voices new claims about the ‘alien corpses’ and their extraterrestrial status
WhatsApp messages reveal ex-health secretary was worried about being "screwed over".
Cango Inc. (NYSE:CANG) Q3 2023 Earnings Call Transcript November 28, 2023 Operator: Good morning and good evening, everyone. Welcome to Cango Inc’s Third Quarter 2023 Earnings Conference Call. [Operator Instructions] This call is also being broadcast live on the company’s IR website. Joining us today are Mr. Jiayuan Lin, Chief Executive Officer; and Mr. Yongyi […]
Subway will add the new footlong chocolate chip cookie to its permanent menu starting in 2024.
Rishi Sunak has denied having a “hissy fit” over the Elgin Marbles as he rebuked George Osborne amid an ongoing row with Greece.
Many young people are not xenophobic but their lives are precarious, say experts, amid crises in housing and healthcare
A group of creditors holding Sri Lanka's international bonds said on Friday it welcomed the country's debt restructuring agreement with official creditors, though said a lack of transparency on deals struck so far was regrettable. Sri Lanka and a group of its creditor nations, including Japan, France and India, on Wednesday reached an agreement in principle on a debt rework of $5.9 billion of outstanding public debt. But the bondholder group, which represents creditors holding some of the country's $12 billion of outstanding bonds, said a lack of transparency between public and private creditors was making it more difficult for them to strike a deal with Sri Lanka that is compliant with IMF rules and that provides "fair and equitable" debt treatment.
Aslef members back walkouts for the next six months, as the union begins nine days of action.
A Palestinian man and his family gathered around a fire lit in their destroyed home near Khan Yunis, in the Gaza Strip, on November 28.Footage recorded by local cameraman Mohammed Alaloul shows a man named as Yassin Al-Qara under the ruins of a collapsed house.According to Alaloul and other reporting, the ruins were Al-Qara’s family residence before it was hit by an Israeli strike.November 28 was the penultimate day of a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel that expired on Friday, December 1. Credit: Mohammed Alaloul via Storyful
A sharp rally in Mexican shares and optimism around companies moving to the Latin American country to be closer to the U.S. have spurred buying into exchange-traded funds focused on local stocks, with iShares MSCI Mexico ETF posting its strongest month of inflows in seven years. The U.S.-listed fund, with net assets of $1.64 billion, received net inflows of $295.3 million in November, according to LSEG Lipper data, the highest since November 2016. The proximity of Mexico to the U.S., its still comparatively low salaries and growing U.S.-Sino tension, have made the country a favorite for the transfer of manufacturing production from Asia - the process known as nearshoring.
BNY Mellon will increase its minimum wage next year to $22.50 an hour from $20 and expand mental health benefits for employees, the bank said in a statement on Friday. The oldest U.S. bank is among the largest lenders increasing minimum compensation for workers. Bank of America raised its minimum hourly wage to $23 in October, heading toward a goal of $25 by 2025.