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Nearly a third of millennials “not at all knowledgeable” about RRSP savings: poll

OTTAWA Nearly a third of young Canadians admit they are “not at all knowledgeable” about retirement savings plans, according to a survey done for TD Bank.

The report also suggested that a large proportion of those aged 18 to 33 are uninformed about what registered retirement savings plans can and cannot be used for.

Mom upset by prayer

MOOSE JAW, Sask.—A Saskatchewan woman wants provincial laws changed so that the Lord’s Prayer is kept out of public schools.

Dusti Hennenfent said she’s upset the prayer is recited each morning at Moose Jaw’s Lindale Elementary School, where her two children attend classes.

Hennenfent says a Christian prayer doesn’t belong in a such a setting.

Bus crash hurts nine

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.—Nine people aboard a Greyhound bus were transported to hospital yestersday after the vehicle flipped on its side beside an icy highway south of Prince George, B.C.

RCMP Cpl. Dave Tyreman said the bus lost control on Highway 97 just before 8 a.m., crossed the centre line, and ended up in a ditch.

Team World grabs lead

LAS VEGAS—Team World finds itself in an unusual position at the 2016 Continental Cup after taking the lead against Team North America on the opening day of competition.

The World squad is riding a three-year losing streak but hold a 5-4 edge in points after picking up two victories last night.

Layoffs will hurt patients: nurses

TORONTO—The Ontario Nurses’ Association is sounding the alarm about layoffs of registered nurses by cash-strapped hospitals—and warns patients will pay the price.

The union, which represents 60,000 registered nurses, says 770 RN positions were cut across Ontario last year, and hospitals in Windsor and Kitchener already have announced more RN layoffs this month.