Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Fourth Newswatch-

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Fourth Newswatch-

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U-S House Democrats are lining up a few more witnesses for closed-door testimony in the impeachment hearings into U-S President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine.

An official at the U-S Embassy in Kyiv, David Holmes, is set to speak privately with investigators tomorrow.

He is the person who witness Bill Taylor testified yesterday overheard Trump and U-S ambassador to the E-U Gordon Sondland discuss Ukraine and investigations.

Tomorrow's public testimony will come from the former U-S ambassador to Ukraine who Trump fired in May.(4)



Police have arrested one of two violent inmates who escaped last night from the federal Regional Psychiatric Centre in Saskatoon.

Twenty-nine-year-old Kendal Campeau was arrested early this morning at a home in the city, but police say 24-year-old Matthew Michel remains at large.

Investigators are warning people to call police if they see anything suspicious and to lock their homes and vehicles.(4)



More than a million Canadian workers could lose their jobs to machines and artificial intelligence over the next decade, but a new report suggests many of them could be retrained to fill growing gaps in the nation's health-care system.

A report from R-B-C Economics makes the case that workers at high risk of losing their jobs to automation have skills that could translate well to health care.

It is calling educational and health institutions, as well as governments, to create a skills strategy that could save costs in future by training new workers now.(4)



The British Columbia government is expected to announce changes today concerning vaping, with special attention to young people.

Health Minister Adrian Dix has said B-C will be taking strong action that will involve education, tightening access, and pushing for federal action too. …

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