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Environment minister must unblock Rebel News founder Levant on X under court order

Environment minister must unblock Rebel News founder Levant on X under court order

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault must unblock Rebel News founder Ezra Levant on X, the social media site formerly known as Twitter, under the terms of a court order.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,223.08, up 40.32 points): Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED). Healthcare. Down 48 cents, or 20.87 per cent, to $1.82 on 31.
Trans Mountain says 'worst-case' could see pipeline completion delayed to end of 2024

Trans Mountain says 'worst-case' could see pipeline completion delayed to end of 2024

CALGARY — An oil and gas industry group is laying the blame for a possible extended delay to the Trans Mountain pipeline project at the feet of Canada's regulatory system.
What's at stake for the Assembly of First Nations in the upcoming election?

What's at stake for the Assembly of First Nations in the upcoming election?

OTTAWA — The next leader of the Assembly of First Nations will be tasked with unifying hundreds of chiefs at a time when reconciliation appears to be less of a priority in Canada, said an Indigenous policy expert.
Oilers sign forward Adam Erne to professional tryout agreement

Oilers sign forward Adam Erne to professional tryout agreement

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers have signed forward Adam Erne to a professional tryout agreement. Erne produced eight goals and 10 assists in 61 games with the Detroit Red Wings last season. He spent four seasons in Detroit.
Aided by population growth, N.S. records $116M surplus for fiscal 2022-23

Aided by population growth, N.S. records $116M surplus for fiscal 2022-23

HALIFAX — A half-billion-dollar deficit forecast in last year’s Nova Scotia budget turned into a $115.7-million surplus, as the province closed the books on the previous fiscal year that ended March 31. The surplus figure is $621.
B.C. premier breaks ground on second hospital, cancer centre at cost of $2.88 billion

B.C. premier breaks ground on second hospital, cancer centre at cost of $2.88 billion

SURREY, B.C. — A long-awaited and often promised second hospital for the City of Surrey took a step closer toward reality Tuesday with Premier David Eby announcing the completion of construction of the new facility by 2029.
Health Canada approves updated Moderna vaccine for COVID-19

Health Canada approves updated Moderna vaccine for COVID-19

OTTAWA — Canada's senior public health officials are urging Canadians to get an updated COVID-19 vaccine this fall after the first shot targeting the latest variants was authorized for use on Tuesday.
Energy stocks boost TSX amid oil's rise, while tech weighs on U.S. markets

Energy stocks boost TSX amid oil's rise, while tech weighs on U.S. markets

TORONTO — Strength in energy stocks as the price of oil moved higher helped Canada's main stock index post a small gain Tuesday, while U.S. stock markets moved lower, led by the Nasdaq which lost more than one per cent.
'Everybody loves Wonder Woman': Calgary college displays statue of iconic superhero

'Everybody loves Wonder Woman': Calgary college displays statue of iconic superhero

CALGARY — That's a lot of Gal power.