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Taxi protests continue with drivers blocking traffic in Quebec City - CBC.ca
Taxi protests continue with drivers blocking traffic in Quebec City  CBC.ca

For the second time in two days, taxi drivers are protesting against the province's proposed law
Transport Minister François Bonnardel is scheduled to meet with ...




Pair who hid Edward Snowden granted refugee status, will live in Montreal - Montreal Gazette
Pair who hid Edward Snowden granted refugee status, will live in Montreal  Montreal Gazette

Now we are permanent residents in Canada and we are safe and free,? Vanessa Mae Rodel said
?Thank you Canada and Quebec.?




Quebec City mosque shooter?s appeal to be heard in 2020 - Global News
Quebec City mosque shooter?s appeal to be heard in 2020  Global News

Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette's appeal is expected to be heard mid-January 2020
A more precise date will be allocated in the coming ...




Quebec's attempt to gather info on what teachers wear violated charter rights, union says - CBC News
Quebec's attempt to gather info on what teachers wear violated charter rights, union says  CBC News

A labour federation representing Quebec public school teachers is taking legal action against the provincial government for trying to track how many teachers ...




COMMENTARY: New Zealand?s response to mosque massacre offers lessons for Canada - Global News
COMMENTARY: New Zealand?s response to mosque massacre offers lessons for Canada  Global News

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern helped lead Friday's prayer *service* at Hagley Park in Christchurch, where just across the street a gunman opened ...




Asylum-seekers who hid Edward Snowden in Hong Kong arrive in Canada - Montreal Gazette
Asylum-seekers who hid Edward Snowden in Hong Kong arrive in Canada  Montreal Gazette

But others who helped Snowden still waiting for a decision from Canada on refugee status, with one 'unraveling' mentally and hospitalized.




Stephen McNeil has lowest approval rating of any Canadian premier, QC?s Legault has highest: poll - Global News
Stephen McNeil has lowest approval rating of any Canadian premier, QC?s Legault has highest: poll  Global News

Nova Scotia's long-serving premier Stephen McNeil has the lowest approval rating of any premier in Canada, while Quebec's François Legault is the most ...




People rally against racism in Quebec City, express support for New Zealand - CBC.ca
People rally against racism in Quebec City, express support for New Zealand  CBC.ca

More than a hundred people came out Saturday afternoon for a rally against racism in Quebec City, organized in solidarity with the victims of the mosque ...




How Canadian provinces are taking on affordable child care ? and how it compares to the world - Global News
How Canadian provinces are taking on affordable child care ? and how it compares to the world  Global News

One expert said Canada trails several countries around the world, especially Nordic countries.




Quebec taxi drivers decry industry overhaul they say will force them into bankruptcy - CTV News
Quebec taxi drivers decry industry overhaul they say will force them into bankruptcy  CTV News

Thousands of furious taxi drivers clogged streets and caused major traffic jams in Montreal and Quebec City Monday, claiming the government's decision to ...




New immigrants made up 61%

of Canada?s population growth in 2018 - Canada Immigration News
New immigrants made up 61%

of Canada?s population growth in 2018
  Canada Immigration News

A new Statistics Canada report reveals how immigration to Canada continues to be the main driver of population growth, with a total increase of 321065 new ...




What you need to know about recent salmonella outbreaks in Canada - CBC News
What you need to know about recent salmonella outbreaks in Canada  CBC News

Health officials have confirmed hundreds of cases of salmonella infections affecting people in every province and territory as part of a years-long inquiry into ...




Refugee who sheltered Snowden in Hong Kong excited to start life in Montreal - CBC.ca
Refugee who sheltered Snowden in Hong Kong excited to start life in Montreal  CBC.ca

Vanessa Rodel, a refugee who helped shelter whistleblower Edward Snowden in Hong Kong years ago, is finally in Montreal, and she says she's excited to ...




Lévis police investigating after mosque receives 'troubling' letter - CBC.ca
Lévis police investigating after mosque receives 'troubling' letter  CBC.ca

The head of a mosque in Lévis is calling on public officials to take action and to keep accurate records of racist and hateful incidents, after receiving a letter ...




Vancouver ranks in top 5 sports cities in Canada - Vancouver Is Awesome
Vancouver ranks in top 5 sports cities in Canada  Vancouver Is Awesome

Vancouver ranked in the top five sports cities in Canada in a recent index developed by the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance (CSTA).




New Zealand mosque attacks leave Quebec Muslims feeling 'indescribable pain' - CBC News
New Zealand mosque attacks leave Quebec Muslims feeling 'indescribable pain'  CBC News

Muslims in Quebec who endured the mosque attack two years ago that killed six people say they are deeply troubled by today's shootings at two mosques in ...




Toronto named one of the top 5 sports cities in Canada - Daily Hive
Toronto named one of the top 5 sports cities in Canada  Daily Hive

Chalk it up for the 6ix
Toronto has been listed as one of the top five sports cities in Canada, according to the Global Sports Impact (GSI) Canada Index.




Quebec couple's deaths in Florida being treated as double homicide - CBC News
Quebec couple's deaths in Florida being treated as double homicide  CBC News

A couple from Saint-Côme-Linière, Que., was found dead in their mobile home in Pompano Beach, Fla
Local authorities are treating the case as a double ...




Metro Vancouver ranks twice on list of Top 10 sports cities in Canada - Daily Hive
Metro Vancouver ranks twice on list of Top 10 sports cities in Canada  Daily Hive

Two Metro Vancouver cities have been listed as the top 10 sports cities in Canada, according to the Global Sports Impact (GSI) Canada Index.




After New Zealand attack, solidarity and grief at the Quebec City mosque - CBC News
After New Zealand attack, solidarity and grief at the Quebec City mosque  CBC News

Members of the Quebec City mosque where six men were killed two years ago gathered for Friday prayers, and paid tribute to the victims in New Zealand.




Hundreds of city buses across Quebec parked over safety concerns - CBC.ca
Hundreds of city buses across Quebec parked over safety concerns  CBC.ca

Bus commuters across Quebec faced delays on Friday as roughly 600 buses were taken off the road due to concerns over a steering glitch.




Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette appeals sentence of 40 years without parole - CBC News
Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette appeals sentence of 40 years without parole  CBC News

Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty to killing six men at a Quebec City mosque two years ago, is appealing his sentence of life in prison without ...




Breast implants linked to cancer allowed in Canada despite ban in 40 countries - CTV News
Breast implants linked to cancer allowed in Canada despite ban in 40 countries  CTV News

A woman whose breast implants were linked to her developing cancer is appalled that the surgical enhancements are still available in Canada despite being ...




Quebec City Ranks #1 For Having The Most Beautiful Street In The World - MTL Blog
Quebec City Ranks #1 For Having The Most Beautiful Street In The World  MTL Blog

It isn't a surprise that, once again, Quebec has outranked every other location in the world
We've come in at #1 on multiple lists, each one confirming what we ...




2 die in mobile home fire near Quebec City - CBC.ca
2 die in mobile home fire near Quebec City  CBC.ca

Two people were found dead after an overnight mobile home fire in Sainte-Marie, Que., about 50 kilometres south of Quebec City
Authorities were alerted to the ...




JUUL Labs launches Secret Shopping program in Canada, strengthening youth prevention efforts - Canada NewsWire
JUUL Labs launches Secret Shopping program in Canada, strengthening youth prevention efforts  Canada NewsWire

Program will help ensure purchase restrictions are upheld by all JUUL Labs' retail partners TORONTO, March 26, 2019 /CNW/ - JUUL Labs launches a Secret...




Corbella: Future of Banff skiing threatened in Liberal's budget bill avalanche - Calgary Herald
Corbella: Future of Banff skiing threatened in Liberal's budget bill avalanche  Calgary Herald

Twenty-three little words ? buried in the recent federal Liberal government's 349-page budget bill ? will shrink the amount of space available for Albertans and ...




Petition calls on Canadian government to examine health risks of breast implants - CTV News
Petition calls on Canadian government to examine health risks of breast implants  CTV News

As medical professionals, physicians, and patients meet in the U.S
to discuss the health risks of breast implants, a Canadian petition calling on the government ...




Morneau Shepell concludes Employers Connect events in eight Canadian cities - Canada NewsWire
Morneau Shepell concludes Employers Connect events in eight Canadian cities  Canada NewsWire

Research and insights on improving employee well-being shared with more than 500 attendees at workplace mental health summit TORONTO, March 26, 2019 ...




Councillor mobilizes civic politicians to fight climate change - CBC.ca
Councillor mobilizes civic politicians to fight climate change  CBC.ca

A Nelson, B.C., city councillor is encouraging civic politicians to team up to combat climate change
Rik Logtenberg's Climate Leadership Caucus has already ...




Globe editorial: After Christchurch, does Canada need tougher gun laws? - The Globe and Mail
Globe editorial: After Christchurch, does Canada need tougher gun laws?  The Globe and Mail

Canada is second in the world to only the United States in the number of guns legally imported every year, according to the 2017 Small Arms Survey.




Opinion: From Balconville to Condoville in Montreal's southwest - Montreal Gazette
Opinion: From Balconville to Condoville in Montreal's southwest  Montreal Gazette

Gentrification along the Lachine Canal is leaving the area's original working class residents dispossessed and forgotten.




Monarch Gold targets multiple projects in Quebec - Canadian Mining Journal
Monarch Gold targets multiple projects in Quebec  Canadian Mining Journal

Since the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference wrapped up in early March, Monarch Gold (TSX: MQR; US-OTC: MRQRF) has fielded ...




Senate committee to take its review of Bill-C69 to Western Canada - The Globe and Mail
Senate committee to take its review of Bill-C69 to Western Canada  The Globe and Mail

The Senate committee studying the government's bill to overhaul environmental reviews for resource projects is preparing for a western tour that includes two ...




Big Tobacco's legal woes in Canada pose its biggest risk in decades - Financial Post
Big Tobacco's legal woes in Canada pose its biggest risk in decades  Financial Post

The world's largest tobacco companies suffered a legal setback in Quebec this month that drove two local cigarette makers into creditor protection
That may be ...




Driving an electric vehicle in winter works fine for me - The Globe and Mail
Driving an electric vehicle in winter works fine for me  The Globe and Mail

I have read, with bemusement and disappointment, reports from electric-vehicle neophytes about the travails of winter EV driving
Bemusement, as there are ...




Complainants get payout in construction noise lawsuit ? 18 years later - CTV News
Complainants get payout in construction noise lawsuit ? 18 years later  CTV News

More than a thousand complainants have received a payout stemming from a class-action lawsuit citing excessive noise from construction on a Montreal ...




Quebec City Muslim women hold open forum to demystify the hijab - CBC.ca
Quebec City Muslim women hold open forum to demystify the hijab  CBC.ca

The open forum gave women who wear the hijab the opportunity to discuss what it means to them.




Quebec mother facing murder charges in France for son's death - CBC.ca
Quebec mother facing murder charges in France for son's death  CBC.ca

A Quebec woman is facing murder charges in France, 17 years after her young son died ? in Montreal
Marie-Christine Bujold, 58, has been charged by French ...




Rates Of Chlamydia Are Increasing Faster In Quebec Than Anywhere Else In Canada - MTL Blog
Rates Of Chlamydia Are Increasing Faster In Quebec Than Anywhere Else In Canada  MTL Blog

The Canada Communicable Disease Report released a new report about STIs in Canada.




Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates releases statement on children's rights in Canada - Canada NewsWire
Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates releases statement on children's rights in Canada  Canada NewsWire

EDMONTON, March 26, 2019 /CNW/ - The Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates (CCCYA) has released a statement calling on governments across ...




Quebec City teen who created black history teaching materials wins $100K scholarship - CBC.ca
Quebec City teen who created black history teaching materials wins $100K scholarship  CBC.ca

Meet the 19-year-old Quebec City student who is also an activist, an educator and a poet
Laura Doyle Péan recently became one of only four Quebec recipients ...




One-in-five Canadians will consume cannabis in 2025: Ernst & Young - Yahoo News
One-in-five Canadians will consume cannabis in 2025: Ernst & Young  Yahoo News

One-in-five Canadians are expected to consume cannabis in 2025, according to a new analysis by Ernst & Young outlining the firm's upbeat take on the nascent ...




Canada's inflation rate edges up in February - CTV News
Canada's inflation rate edges up in February  CTV News

The annual pace of inflation edged higher in February as gains in most spending categories offset lower gasoline prices, Statistics Canada said Friday.




New study calls on Quebec to restore annual immigration target to 50,000 - Canada Immigration News
New study calls on Quebec to restore annual immigration target to 50,000  Canada Immigration News

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A new study is calling on Quebec's government to restore its immigration target of 50,000 newcomers a year.




Islamophobia in Canada isn?t new
Experts say it?s time we face the problem - Global News
Islamophobia in Canada isn?t new
Experts say it?s time we face the problem
  Global News

"Anytime six people are murdered in cold blood in a mosque, we have a problem," he said
"We don't need statistics to tell us anything else."




Big tobacco's legal woes in Canada pose biggest risk in decades - BNNBloomberg.ca
Big tobacco's legal woes in Canada pose biggest risk in decades  BNNBloomberg.ca

The world's largest tobacco companies suffered a legal setback in Quebec this month that drove two local cigarette makers into creditor protection
That may be ...




SAP Canada confirms layoffs in Ontario, Quebuec, and B.C
- IT World Canada
SAP Canada confirms layoffs in Ontario, Quebuec, and B.C.  IT World Canada

SAP Canada is laying off more than 79 employees in Ontario, B.C., and Quebec as part of a global restructuring effort, SAP confirmed with IT World Canada.




Canadian Real Estate Demand Slips Further In February - Better Dwelling
Canadian Real Estate Demand Slips Further In February  Better Dwelling

Canadian real estate is cooling down even further from last year
Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show the sales to new listings ratio ...




National Assembly might follow Montreal in removing crucifix: Legault - Montreal Gazette
National Assembly might follow Montreal in removing crucifix: Legault  Montreal Gazette

Montreal's executive committee announced on Wednesday that the crucifix in city hall will be taken down during the building's upcoming renovation.




$95 million investment to bridge the digital divide in 80 remote communities from Eastern Quebec - GlobeNewswire
$95 million investment to bridge the digital divide in 80 remote communities from Eastern Quebec  GlobeNewswire

34000 more families and businesses will have direct access to TELUS PureFibre; a new high-speed network will be built across the vast Lower North Shore, ...




Dozens of bikers attend funeral for Hells Angels member gunned down in Peel - CBC.ca
Dozens of bikers attend funeral for Hells Angels member gunned down in Peel  CBC.ca

Motorcycle club members from across Ontario and as far away as Quebec and British Columbia turned out for a *service* for Michael Deabaitua-Schulde at ...




Many Canadian transit agencies are missing made-in-Canada electric buses, says new report - National Observer
Many Canadian transit agencies are missing made-in-Canada electric buses, says new report  National Observer

Canada is home to leading-edge electric bus manufacturing companies, but a report released today by the think tank Clean Energy Canada says the country ...




SNC-Lavalin paid for Gadhafi son's debauchery while in Canada: report - Montreal Gazette
SNC-Lavalin paid for Gadhafi son's debauchery while in Canada: report  Montreal Gazette

Receipts show $30000 in payments to Saadi Gadhafi for sexual services in Canada in 2008.




Quebec's top court rejects appeal of landmark $15B tobacco ruling - CBC News
Quebec's top court rejects appeal of landmark $15B tobacco ruling  CBC News

Quebec's Court of Appeal has upheld a Superior Court ruling in a pair of class-action lawsuits against tobacco companies awarding billions of dollars in ...




To humanize Muslims, let?s start in the classroom - The Globe and Mail
To humanize Muslims, let?s start in the classroom  The Globe and Mail

Zulfikar Hirji is an associate professor at York University and co-author of Islam: An Illustrated Journey
A number of years ago, my son came home from school ...




Socioeconomic inequalities in psychological distress and suicidal behaviours among Indigenous peoples living off-reserve in Canada - CMAJ
Socioeconomic inequalities in psychological distress and suicidal behaviours among Indigenous peoples living off-reserve in Canada  CMAJ

BACKGROUND: Indigenous peoples in Canada have high rates of psychological distress and suicide
We sought to assess the socioeconomic inequalities in ...




Home invasion near Quebec City leaves man seriously injured - CBC.ca
Home invasion near Quebec City leaves man seriously injured  CBC.ca

A 37-year-old man was beaten by three people during a home invasion in Lévis, Que., just across the river from Quebec City.




Bullied and 'treated like slaves': Witness defends SNC-Lavalin's role in Muskrat Falls - CBC.ca
Bullied and 'treated like slaves': Witness defends SNC-Lavalin's role in Muskrat Falls  CBC.ca

A witness at the Muskrat Falls inquiry Tuesday defended the role of SNC-Lavalin in the controversial project, and at the same time blasted the performance of ...




Dangerous New Opioid Found In Canada - MTL Blog
Dangerous New Opioid Found In Canada  MTL Blog

New drug, furanyl-fentanyl, makes one death as opioid epidemic rises.




?Nothing like it in the world?: Should Canada adopt New Zealand?s approach to supporting victims? - Global News
?Nothing like it in the world?: Should Canada adopt New Zealand?s approach to supporting victims?  Global News

A doctor in New Zealand who operated on a young victim of the Christchurch mosque shootings became emotional Wednesday recalling the difficulty it was to ...




A timeline of events in the SNC-Lavalin affair - The Tri-City News
A timeline of events in the SNC-Lavalin affair  The Tri-City News

OTTAWA ? A chronology of the SNC-Lavalin controversy, according to public documents, reports and testimony to the House of Commons justice ...




Canadian police bolster presence in wake of New Zealand mosque attacks - CBC News
Canadian police bolster presence in wake of New Zealand mosque attacks  CBC News

Police forces in some Canadian cities are offering heightened security after shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, left dozens dead and ...




Montreal man 'seeking justice' over STM inspectors' use of force in Metro - CBC.ca
Montreal man 'seeking justice' over STM inspectors' use of force in Metro  CBC.ca

Juliano Gray, 21, came forward Tuesday to identify himself as the man held down and struck with batons by STM inspectors in a recent incident at Villa-Maria ...




Man severely burned in Quebec City apartment fire - CBC.ca
Man severely burned in Quebec City apartment fire  CBC.ca

A man was severely burned after his Quebec City apartment building caught fire Saturday evening
The fire broke out shortly after 6 p.m
at 790 Saint-Joseph ...




Retiring skier Alex Harvey wins silver medal in final cross-country race - CBC Sports
Retiring skier Alex Harvey wins silver medal in final cross-country race  CBC Sports

Canadian cross-country skier Alex Harvey went out in style, earning his second silver medal in as many days at a World Cup event in Quebec City on Sunday.




Roof of vacant community centre near Quebec City collapses - CBC.ca
Roof of vacant community centre near Quebec City collapses  CBC.ca

The roof of the Jean-Marie Roy community center partially collapsed Saturday morning in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Que., located not far from Quebec City.




Meanwhile In Canada, Justin Trudeau Apologizes For Eating Chocolate - VICE
Meanwhile In Canada, Justin Trudeau Apologizes For Eating Chocolate  VICE

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered an apology Wednesday night, though it wasn't for the SNC-Lavalin controversy?it was for eating chocolate bar in the ...




Quebec City police hit with ethics complaint for using Chuck Norris photo - National Observer
Quebec City police hit with ethics complaint for using Chuck Norris photo  National Observer

A photo of gun-toting movie star Chuck Norris displayed on a Quebec City police van during G7 summit protests last summer has prompted an ethics complaint ...




Quebec hockey player and his family taunted by racist fans - CBC News
Quebec hockey player and his family taunted by racist fans  CBC News

A Quebec hockey league has apologized to a black player who says he and his family left a game before the third period because they were being taunted with ...




Nigerian man wanted in Texas on child pornography charges still detained in Canada - Global News
Nigerian man wanted in Texas on child pornography charges still detained in Canada  Global News

Nearly five months after consenting to extradition, Adesanya Prince is still detained north of Montreal.




Montreal's Uniburger tops 'best burgers in Canada' poll - CTV News
Montreal's Uniburger tops 'best burgers in Canada' poll  CTV News

Ontario and Quebec dominated a new poll by travel blog Big Seven Travel on Canada's 50 best hamburgers, with popular Montreal chain Uniburger topping the ...




Full-time work in Ontario drove Canadian employment gains in February - Canada Immigration News
Full-time work in Ontario drove Canadian employment gains in February  Canada Immigration News

Employment in Canada was up by nearly 56000 net new jobs in February thanks largely to gains in full-time work in Ontario.




Tesla drops price of Model 3 to $47,600 in Canada - MobileSyrup
Tesla drops price of Model 3 to $47,600 in Canada  MobileSyrup

Tesla has been teasing a big announcement all day, and now the company has dropped the base price of the Model 3 to $47,600 in Canada
In addition to ...




Carnival time in Québec, Canada - The Guardian
Carnival time in Québec, Canada  The Guardian

The author of Chocolat finds fun, folk music and echoes of her past at Québec City's spectacular winter festival, and ventures into the province to find its spiritual ...




In a February of cross-Canada winter woes, Ottawa gets the ?gold medal for misery? - The Globe and Mail
In a February of cross-Canada winter woes, Ottawa gets the ?gold medal for misery?  The Globe and Mail

It's a good thing February is the shortest month
Canadians probably couldn't bear another brutal day of it
Piercing cold, ferocious winds, treacherous ice and ...




83%

of women in Canada aged 25-54 participated in country?s labour market in 2018 - Canada Immigration News
83%

of women in Canada aged 25-54 participated in country?s labour market in 2018
  Canada Immigration News

Just over 83 per cent of women in Canada between the ages of 25 to 54 were working or looking for work in 2018, according to a new update from Statistics ...




Imperial Tobacco Canada gets creditor protection in $15-billion Quebec lawsuit - Financial Post
Imperial Tobacco Canada gets creditor protection in $15-billion Quebec lawsuit  Financial Post

MONTREAL ? Imperial Tobacco Canada is the latest company to receive a temporary reprieve from compensating 100,000 Quebec smokers after securing ...




Canada?s housing market headed for weakest year in almost decade, warns CREA in updated outlook - Financial Post
Canada?s housing market headed for weakest year in almost decade, warns CREA in updated outlook  Financial Post

The average price for homes sold last month was down 5.2 per cent from last year as the number of sales dropped to a 10-year low for the seasonally weak ...




Organigram Signs Quebec Letter of Intent; Now in All 10 Canadian Provinces - Canada NewsWire
Organigram Signs Quebec Letter of Intent; Now in All 10 Canadian Provinces  Canada NewsWire

Supply agreement cements Organigram's position as a national leader in Canada's recreational cannabis marketplace MONCTON, NB, Feb
26, 2019 /CNW/ ...




FUREY: A wake-up call about violent white supremacy in Canada - Toronto Sun
FUREY: A wake-up call about violent white supremacy in Canada  Toronto Sun

The most troubling news for Canada that came out of the New Zealand terror attack, aside from the tragic facts of the attack itself, was the reference to Alexandre ...




Spring 2019: Soaring in west, longer struggle in the east - The Weather Network
Spring 2019: Soaring in west, longer struggle in the east  The Weather Network

Wednesday, March 20th 2019, 12:31 pm - The details on how this temperamental season will play out for your part of Canada, plus the first look at summer 2019 ...




Buy Alert: It's Time to Load Up on These 2 Great Canadian Bank Stocks - The Motley Fool Canada
Buy Alert: It's Time to Load Up on These 2 Great Canadian Bank Stocks  The Motley Fool Canada

It's pretty much common knowledge at this point
Owning Canadian banks has been one of the best investment decisions made over the last 25 years, and every ...




From Law to Lawlessness: Bits of the Untold QuadrigaCX Story - CoinDesk
From Law to Lawlessness: Bits of the Untold QuadrigaCX Story  CoinDesk

Christine Duhaime, BA, JD, CAMS, practices law with Duhaime Law in Vancouver
Many of the stories being told about the early operation of the digital currency ...




DocuSign opens Canadian HQ in Toronto, names ?Dragon? as advisor - IT World Canada
DocuSign opens Canadian HQ in Toronto, names ?Dragon? as advisor  IT World Canada

Electronic signature software vendor DocuSign Inc
opened a regional headquarters in Toronto on March 14, part of the firm's 'Invest for Canada' initiative.




Why US Ambassador Craft deserves greater credit for her time in Canada - OpenCanada
Why US Ambassador Craft deserves greater credit for her time in Canada  OpenCanada

On Friday, February 22, US President Donald Trump announced that Kelly Knight Craft was his choice to replace former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley as ...




Get out into the country, city slickers! - Halifax Examiner
Get out into the country, city slickers!  Halifax Examiner

I'm Suzanne Rent and I'm filling in for Tim today
You can follow me on Twitter @Suzanne_Rent
News
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Budget day in Nova Scotia
It's budget day in Nova ...




Canadian experts say prolonged antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease 'harmful' - CTV News
Canadian experts say prolonged antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease 'harmful'  CTV News

A prolonged course of antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease is no more beneficial to a patient than a placebo and can even cause ?harmful? health outcomes, ...




Stead recipient of Canadian army commendation - The Telegram
Stead recipient of Canadian army commendation  The Telegram

Lt.-Colonel Terry Stead, the former commanding officer of the 5th Canadian Ranger Group, received the Canadian Army commendation at a recent training vent ...




NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh claims victory in Burnaby South byelection - CBC.ca
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh claims victory in Burnaby South byelection  CBC.ca

Jagmeet Singh has claimed victory in the Burnaby South byelection tonight, finally allowing him to lead his party from within the House of Commons.




More support needed for unpaid caregivers in Canada - CBC.ca
More support needed for unpaid caregivers in Canada  CBC.ca

Statistics Canada says more than one in four Canadians puts in regular hours providing care for family members and friends with chronic illnesses or disabilities.




Fact-checking Lisa Thompson's controversial comments on class size in Ontario - CBC News
Fact-checking Lisa Thompson's controversial comments on class size in Ontario  CBC News

Bigger class sizes make students more resilient
That was just one of several eyebrow-raising claims that Ontario Education Minister Lisa Thompson made ...




Jagmeet Singh takes his seat and makes history in Canada's House of Commons - National Observer
Jagmeet Singh takes his seat and makes history in Canada's House of Commons  National Observer

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh asked his first questions in Canada's House of Commons on March 18, 2019
In doing so, he became the first racialized leader of a ...




From sacred to secular: Canada set to lose 9,000 churches, warns national heritage group - CBC News
From sacred to secular: Canada set to lose 9,000 churches, warns national heritage group  CBC News

As church attendance drops and building costs rise, congregations across Canada face the gut-wrenching dilemma of whether to sell, tear down or repurpose ...




What's at stake for RCMP, prosecutors in the SNC-Lavalin case - CBC.ca
What's at stake for RCMP, prosecutors in the SNC-Lavalin case  CBC.ca

The political storm over SNC-Lavalin has sparked important debate over alleged political interference in Canada's justice system and what to do about a huge ...




'Snow-washing': What leaked banking records show about Canada's role in money laundering - The Globe and Mail
'Snow-washing': What leaked banking records show about Canada's role in money laundering  The Globe and Mail

Every year, billions of dollars obtained through corruption spin through the global economy ? and Canadian-registered shell companies are a favoured ...




Police find meth smuggled into Canada through new Ford cars built in Mexico - CTV News
Police find meth smuggled into Canada through new Ford cars built in Mexico  CTV News

Police say they have busted an alleged drug smuggling operation where methamphetamine was being hidden in new cars built in Mexico that were then ...




Priest stabbed during livestream of morning mass in Canada's largest church - NBC News
Priest stabbed during livestream of morning mass in Canada's largest church  NBC News

A 26-year-old man has been arrested after a priest in Montreal was stabbed Friday during a livestreamed morning mass in Canada's largest church.




Telemarketers who defrauded elderly Illinoisans in prescription med scam sentenced - Belleville News-Democrat
Telemarketers who defrauded elderly Illinoisans in prescription med scam sentenced  Belleville News-Democrat

Three Canadian citizens have been sentenced to serve time in federal prison for their roles in defrauding elderly Southern Illinoisans in a prescription drug ...




Jonathan-Ismael Diaby: Does ice hockey have a racism problem? - BBC News
Jonathan-Ismael Diaby: Does ice hockey have a racism problem?  BBC News

Canada prides itself on two things: diversity and hockey
But the two don't always go hand in hand.




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