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CRTC calls on Canadian telecoms to do more to fight scammers

CRTC calls on Canadian telecoms to do more to fight scammers

Canada’s telecom regulator moved Monday to adopt a new weapon in the fight against phone scammers, calling on Canadian telecom…
Here’s how many Canadians get a holiday bonus

Here’s how many Canadians get a holiday bonus

More than 60 per cent of Canadian workers will get some kind of reward from their employer this holiday season, but…
Car owner forced to replace engine twice within weeks despite safety recall

Car owner forced to replace engine twice within weeks despite safety recall

A B.C. man says he’s in “disbelief” after learning he’ll have to swallow the cost of replacing his SUV’s engine…
Ottawa accepts Alberta’s new $30-per-tonne carbon plan for large emitters in 2020

Ottawa accepts Alberta’s new $30-per-tonne carbon plan for large emitters in 2020

The federal government will accept the Alberta government’s latest plan to tax the greenhouse gas emissions of large industrial facilities at…
All you need to know about Antigone: Canada’s international feature entry for Oscars

All you need to know about Antigone: Canada’s international feature entry for Oscars

The Quebecois writer-director of Antigone has woven themes around immigration, belonging and women’s empowerment in one heartbreaking film — which is also Canada’s official…
Roots cuts sales forecast as it grapples with several challenges

Roots cuts sales forecast as it grapples with several challenges

Apparel retailer Roots Corp. downgraded its sales expectations for the current financial year as it grapples with a shortened holiday…
Stephen Poloz to step down as Bank of Canada governor at end of term

Stephen Poloz to step down as Bank of Canada governor at end of term

The Bank of Canada says Stephen Poloz won’t seek a second term as governor when his seven years in the…
Turkish authorities alleged detained Canadian had ISIS propaganda on phone

Turkish authorities alleged detained Canadian had ISIS propaganda on phone

Turkish authorities alleged a Canadian man had ISIS propaganda on his phone when he and his wife were arrested near…
Chinese ambassador warns Canada against adopting motion calling for sanctions

Chinese ambassador warns Canada against adopting motion calling for sanctions

China’s ambassador to Canada is threatening what he called “very firm countermeasures” should Parliament adopt a motion calling for sanctions…
RCMP to get more money to settle sexual harassment lawsuit

RCMP to get more money to settle sexual harassment lawsuit

The federal government is promising to give the Royal Canadian Mounted Police more money to cover a historic class-action lawsuit…
Canada’s unemployment rate climbs to 5.9%

Canada’s unemployment rate climbs to 5.9%

The Canadian economy posted its biggest monthly job loss since the financial crisis as the unemployment rate also pushed higher…
Drake named Spotify’s artist of the decade

Drake named Spotify’s artist of the decade

No stranger to setting music world records, rapper-singer Drake has been named the most-streamed artist of the past decade, according…
Supreme Court to decide whether to hear appeal from former Nazi interpreter

Supreme Court to decide whether to hear appeal from former Nazi interpreter

Canada’s top court will decide Thursday whether to hear an appeal from a 95-year-old ex-Nazi interpreter fighting to retain his…
Bridgehead coffeehouse chain sold for $9.5M

Bridgehead coffeehouse chain sold for $9.5M

The Ottawa-based Bridgehead coffeehouse chain has been bought by Aegis Brands, the parent company of Second Cup Coffee Co., for $9.5…
Alex Trebek among Canadian Academy special award recipients

Alex Trebek among Canadian Academy special award recipients

Alex Trebek, David Suzuki, Tina Keeper and Daniel Levy will receive special honours from the organization behind the Canadian Screen…
How the way we remember the Montreal Massacre has changed 30 years later

How the way we remember the Montreal Massacre has changed 30 years later

When Jim Edward thinks of his sister, Anne-Marie, he remembers a vibrant young student with an incredible sense of adventure.…
Nova Scotia to become first province to ban sale of flavoured e-cigarettes and juices

Nova Scotia to become first province to ban sale of flavoured e-cigarettes and juices

Nova Scotia says it will become the first province to make it illegal to sell any kind of flavoured e-cigarettes…
Former Montreal police officer, hockey coach accused of sexually assaulting boys

Former Montreal police officer, hockey coach accused of sexually assaulting boys

Longueuil police arrested a former Montreal police officer Tuesday morning for allegedly sexually assaulting young boys over a 25-year period.…
Hundreds of women fleeing abuse turned away by shelters

Hundreds of women fleeing abuse turned away by shelters

Tracy and her husband had been having trouble for months. There had been lots of yelling, as well as some…
U.S. doubles number of 5-year bans on travellers from Canada

U.S. doubles number of 5-year bans on travellers from Canada

The number of travellers from Canada hit with a long-term ban when trying to enter the U.S. has almost doubled,…
Canadian families will pay nearly $500 more in 2020 for food, report says

Canadian families will pay nearly $500 more in 2020 for food, report says

The average Canadian family will pay up to an extra $487 for food next year, according to an annual report…
Huawei to move research centre from U.S. to Canada, founder says

Huawei to move research centre from U.S. to Canada, founder says

The founder of Huawei says the Chinese tech giant is moving its U.S. research centre to Canada due to American…
RCMP owe the Aga Khan’s island more than $56,000 for Trudeau vacation

RCMP owe the Aga Khan’s island more than $56,000 for Trudeau vacation

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police owe the managers of the Aga Khan’s private island in the Bahamas more than $56,000…
BMO restructuring charge to lead to hundreds of job losses

BMO restructuring charge to lead to hundreds of job losses

The Bank of Montreal’s fourth-quarter profit fell to $1.19 billion as it was hit by a restructuring charge related primarily…
Trudeau meets with Prince Charles ahead of date with Trump on NATO sidelines

Trudeau meets with Prince Charles ahead of date with Trump on NATO sidelines

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hit the ground running on Tuesday with a series of courtesy calls in London ahead…
CFIA cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall

CFIA cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it has cancelled the licences of three companies tied to a massive meat recall…
Trans Mountain to start construction on pipeline expansion

Trans Mountain to start construction on pipeline expansion

Trans Mountain Corp. is preparing to officially start construction on its pipeline expansion after years of delay. On Tuesday, Trans…
Secretive RCMP training facility suspected in illnesses, deaths

Secretive RCMP training facility suspected in illnesses, deaths

From the outside, the Canada Training Centre in Kemptville, Ont., 50 kilometres south of downtown Ottawa, looked like nondescript military barracks. But…
NATO summit expected to put Canada under pressure on multiple fronts

NATO summit expected to put Canada under pressure on multiple fronts

It may be a world away from NATO, but the Chinese telecom titan Huawei — and the United States’ desire…
Quebec welfare travel restrictions decried as violation of human rights

Quebec welfare travel restrictions decried as violation of human rights

A Quebec government regulation that cuts off welfare payments if recipients leave the province for a week or more is…
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