NDP will write down $1.1 billion in deferred expense costs on the to reduce the amount of rate increases.
Board submitted a framework that would pay the next CEO up to $2,775,000.
Part of the plan is aimed at workers like those at GM, who can be retrained and still work in automotive.
The telco said it seeks to reduce the potential risk of a Huawei ban.
Matthew Matchett, who was suspended without pay from his job at Public Services and Procurement Canada in October, is due to appear in court on March 5.
The Saskatchewan government has asked the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to rule whether a federal carbon tax is constitutional.
Stephane Roy’s lawyers argued in Quebec court Wednesday that Crown prosecutors haven’t done enough to limit delays as the case approaches the 60-month mark.
Sales were down in 12 of 21 industries tracked.
Threats include new, difficult to detect nuclear-armed cruise missiles and extreme-speed hypersonic missiles.
The water was worth between $9,000 and $12,000.
But short list of three proposed witnesses does not include the former attorney general, who resigned from cabinet Feb. 12.
Liberal MPs concerned about a lack of communication and having this saga unfold going into an election campaign.
Drilling contractors have relocated 20 of their rigs to the US in 2018 to now, up from just six in 2017.
Will initially employ more than 100 people, and grow to 650 new positions at full capacity by the end of 2020.
Company is confident Alberta will encourage its as an alternative to delayed new export pipelines.