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In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kick-start your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Dec. 4 ... What we are watching in Canada ... Premier...
MONTREAL — The merchants association on Montreal's St-Laurent Boulevard says it has been the victim of a Christmas tree-stealing "Grinch." Tasha Morizio, the executive director of the association, said her group placed trees in stands along the famous street known...
OTTAWA — Opposition MPs pressed officials Thursday to say how ready they'll be to begin collecting GST on cross-border sales by foreign companies starting next year, as proposed by the Liberal government's fiscal update. Foreign companies without a physical presence...
The U.S. Justice Department is talking to representatives of Meng Wanzhou that would see the Chinese telecom executive free to return home from Canada in exchange for signing a deferred prosecution agreement, according to a report in the Wall...
We're very thoroughly into the holiday season, and the closer we get to Christmas next week, the more people start wondering if there's a chance they'll wake up on Christmas morning to a coating of snow outdoors. A white Christmas...
HALIFAX — The first doses of the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Atlantic Canada Tuesday and Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador said they would begin inoculating their citizens as early as Wednesday. New Brunswick, meanwhile, said...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Canada's decision to block American imports of certain prescription drugs from north of the border is getting stony silence from the Trump administration — a sign, one expert says, that the U.S. proposal is "dead in...
OTTAWA — Canadians have just days remaining to ship parcels in time for Christmas after Canada Post moved up deadlines because of the unprecedented holiday demand caused by COVID-19. The postal service has set various deadlines for this week but...
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Walmart Canada announced new cash bonuses for its workers on Friday, saying the "appreciation bonus payment" recognizes their ongoing dedication during the pandemic. The move follows similar announcements made by other companies in recent weeks and could...
OTTAWA – A Canadian soldier is suing the armed forces for $60,000 in damages after enduring “harassment”, “emotional pain and suffering” when colleagues and superiors allegedly spread confidential information about a “medical crisis” he suffered last year. When Master Warrant...
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