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A+ The Ontario Liberals won two Ottawa area byelections in convincing fashion Thursday night, hanging onto the ridings with more than 50 per cent of the vote. Stephen Blais won Orléans...
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High school teachers are off the job today at more than a dozen Ontario boards as part of their union’s campaign of rotating one day strikes. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’...
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Larger font Increase article font size A+ Canada‘s economic growth slowed to an annualized rate of 0.3 per cent in the fourth quarter, the worst performance in almost four years,...
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MONTREAL—Quebec public health officials are reporting the province’s first presumptive case of the new coronavirus. Health Minister Danielle McCann announced Thursday night that the patient, a woman from the Montreal...
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A+ A coroner’s jury reviewing the case of an inmate who killed himself at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary is recommending that corrections officers be allowed to call 911 when they see...
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TORONTO High school teachers are off the job today at more than a dozen Ontario boards as part of their union s campaign of rotating one day strikes....
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Nova Scotia Power was reporting 317 outages affecting 9, 302 customers around 8 30 a.m. Friday. Only 828 NB Power customers were without power at that time. There are delays, closures and...
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TORONTO An Ontario judge has sided with a group of former students who sued a Christian boarding school over abuse they suffered decades ago, finding the institution...
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Larger font Increase article font size A+ In RLB’s last Crane Index study, Toronto had well over 100 cranes in use — the most in North America — with Calgary...
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The Winnipeg Airport Authority is not opposed to new residential builds near Polo Park outright, the authority’s CEO said, but the noise rules in the airport’s vicinity need to be...
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Larger font Increase article font size A+ A former employee at a local charity believes he lost his job because he found out another employee was allegedly embezzling money, and...
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From Mounties and small town cops to a Rexall employee hoping to bust shoplifters — a facial recognition tool at the centre of international controversy has been used far more widely...
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VANCOUVER—The case of a Swedish bookseller who supposedly renounced his citizenship after being seized by Chinese authorities, is being seen by critics in Canada and elsewhere as a dangerous precedent...
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Larger font Increase article font size A+ For one Nigerian man who now calls Lethbridge home, being able to share his culture during Black History Month was a moment he...
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VANCOUVER—Choosing private security is like any other choice from a meatless hamburger to a five piece bedroom set. “You probably get what you pay for, ” said David Fraser, a Halifax based privacy...
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A+ Approximately 100 people working in tourism gathered Thursday in Edmonton for an industry conference that touched on the novel coronavirus and its impact on travel. The coronavirus COVID 19 has...
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Transplant Quebec broke records for organ donations in 2019 and the non profit organization hopes to see the record broken again in 2020. This is the first time in history the...
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Communauto is adding 700 vehicles to its service across Canada. The car sharing company says its services are in higher demand than ever. With its newest purchases it will now have...
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OTTAWA Canada s old fashioned city sewer systems dumped nearly 900 billion litres of raw sewage into this country s waterways over five years, enough to fill up...
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TORONTO The RCMP has admitted to using controversial facial recognition software developed by Clearview AI, a company currently under investigation by the federal privacy commissioner. , the...