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The federal government is promising more than $1.6 billion — most of it in loans — to support the ailing energy sector, as political tensions in the Ottawa-Alberta relationship simmer.
Ontario's integrity commissioner confirmed Tuesday he is conducting an inquiry into the appointment of Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner as the next OPP commissioner following a request by an NDP member about Premier Doug Ford.
Serial killer Dellen Millard has been sentenced to 25 years behind bars for the murder of his father, Wayne Millard.
U.S. President Donald Trump's namesake charitable foundation has agreed to dissolve following a lawsuit by New York's attorney general claiming Trump misused the foundation to advance his 2016 presidential campaign and his businesses, the attorney general announced Tuesday.
Falling real estate costs were supposed to attract buyers who had been priced out of the market. But that's not usually how markets work.
New, stricter legislation enacted Tuesday gives officers more authority when screening drivers for alcohol in hopes of reducing impaired driving and deadly collisions on Canada's roads.
Three weeks after striking postal workers were forced back to work, Canada Post says it has caught up on most parcel delivery backlogs that had been created by rotating walkouts, and normal holiday delivery service guarantees have been restored.
The White House appears to inch away from forcing a partial U.S. government shutdown over funding a southern border wall, with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders saying there are "other ways" to get the $5 billion President Donald Trump wants.
General Dynamics on Monday put pressure on Ottawa over the sale of armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia, warning that the federal government would incur "billions of dollars of liability" by unilaterally scrapping the deal.
Canada has the world's fifth largest artificial intelligence workforce, but is still far from closing the gender gap and, for the second consecutive year, is 16th overall across all sectors in rankings compiled by World Economic Forum in its Global Gender Gap Report 2018.
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales fell 0.1 per cent in October to $58.2 billion, a weaker report than economists expected. The decline came as sales in the wood product and primary metal industries fell, offset in part by higher sales in the food and machinery industries.
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