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Ailing Ontario man stuck in U.S. hospital, because insurance company can't find bed back home

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An elderly Toronto man is stuck in a Florida hospital, according to his wife, because their insurance company says that there are no beds available back home — a claim refuted by the provincial health minister.

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Trudeau defends Saudi arms export deal, points finger at Harper government

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The export of over 900 armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia, including some outfitted for "heavy assault," falls in line with Canada's foreign and defence policies, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday.

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Sidewalk Labs 'hadn't foreseen' data concerns in designing Toronto neighbourhood


Sidewalk Labs "hadn't foreseen" how fiercely Canadians would demand that their data be retained within the country when it first sought out to design a "people first" high-tech neighbourhood in east Toronto, says one of the local leaders working with the start-up, which is owned by Google's parent company Alphabet.

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Condolences pour in after son of Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson dies

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The Ottawa Senators say the son of captain Erik Karlsson and his wife has died.

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University talk featuring anti-immigration speaker Faith Goldy cancelled after fire alarm pulled

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Faith Goldy's public talk at Wilfrid Laurier University, which attracted over 175 attendees, was cancelled because someone pulled a fire alarm.

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Heavily indebted Canadians need to watch U.S. interest rate announcement: Don Pittis

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Jerome Powell, Janet Yellen's replacement at the Federal Reserve will set the tone for future interest rate increases in the U.S. and Canada.

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With the threat of regulation looming, Google doubles down on its fight against false news


With a $300-million investment in journalism-related initiatives, the tech giant wants to show it's taking the spread of disinformation, the manipulation of its platform, and threats to democracy seriously.

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Bread price fixing scandal causing consumer trust in grocery chains to tumble, study finds


Consumer trust in their grocery stores has fallen since allegations that many of the chains were in cahoots to keep bread prices high came out, a new study out of Dalhousie University in Halifax has found.

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Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO pending probe in Facebook data scandal

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Cambridge Analytica has suspended CEO Alexander Nix pending a full independent investigation of his actions as a U.K. TV outlet broadcast clips of him saying his data mining firm played a major role in securing Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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Toys "R" Us Canada draws interest from multiple buyers

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U.S. court filings show that debtors for Toys "R" Us have received multiple non-binding offers for the Canadian division of the troubled retailer.

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More controls needed on sale practices at big banks, financial watchdog says


Canada's financial consumer watchdog says there are "insufficient" controls in place at the country's biggest banks to prevent sales of financial products that are misrepresented or unsuitable for consumers, and the banks' sales-focused culture elevates the risk that employees may flout consumer protection rules.

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Toyota pauses self-driving car testing amid Uber accident probe

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Toyota Motor Corp. will pause autonomous vehicle testing following an accident in which an Uber Technologies Inc self-driving vehicle struck and killed a woman in Tempe, Ariz.

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U.K. committee wants to hear Facebook's Zuckerberg on fake news, data supplied to Trump campaign


A British parliamentary committee has summoned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions on fake news as authorities step up efforts to determine whether data has been improperly used to influence elections.

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