CFL team says it had nothing to do with the ad, but A&W had permission to film outside Mosaic Stadium in July.
Up to eight-week inventory shutdowns at Allan, Lanigan and Vanscoy starting in November.
Ontario has set Aug. 30 as a deadline for stations to have the stickers posted or face fines of up to $10,000 a day.
52 workers to stay on to keep the operation on standby in case market conditions improve.
Saskatchewan recently applied to have the top court push back its December hearing in order to better co-ordinate its challenge with ones from other provinces.
Doug Ford said if carbon tax opponents lose in the courts, they will win at the ballot box in October, as Andrew Scheer has promised to scrap the tax.
Bill C-48 and Bill C-69 passed in Senate, but still face opposition.
$1.4 billion over the next four years to help them cut their carbon-tax bills, but the CFIB says that’s not enough.
Alberta, Nova Scotia and Manitoba have also eliminated restrictions on how much personal booze people can bring into those provinces.
The issue is likely to wind up before the Supreme Court.
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled in a split decision.
Scott Moe says farmers are ready to start putting seed in the ground and more action is needed from the federal government.
$20 a tonne this year, set to increase by $10 annually until it reaches $50 a tonne in April 2022.
Association says China’s decision to restrict sales from Richardson International has negatively affected prices, created market uncertainty.
The province is challenging the federal government’s ability to levy such a charge.