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Montreal will not return toppled John A. Macdonald statue that stood downtown

Montreal will not return toppled John A. Macdonald statue that stood downtown

MONTREAL — The City of Montreal announced Wednesday that it won't put back a downtown statue of Canada's first prime minister that was toppled and beheaded three years ago by protesters. Sir John A.
Four companies inch closer to realizing wind, hydrogen plans in Newfoundland

Four companies inch closer to realizing wind, hydrogen plans in Newfoundland

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Four companies are one step closer to building wind-powered hydrogen and ammonia plants on the blustery island of Newfoundland as the province vies to become a key player in the nascent global hydrogen energy market.
From strikes to wildfire evacuations: How to manage a short-term income loss

From strikes to wildfire evacuations: How to manage a short-term income loss

TORONTO — Whether it's wildfire evacuations, a labour strike or an unexpected illness, experts say Canadians facing a short-term loss of income should navigate the disruption differently than a longer-term income loss such as a layoff.
Canadian Armed Forces doing away with mandatory duty to report policy

Canadian Armed Forces doing away with mandatory duty to report policy

OTTAWA — The Canadian Armed Forces will end its "inflexible and inhuman" mandatory reporting policy this winter, its chief of professional conduct and culture said on Wednesday. Lt.-Gen.
Bombers' Collaros looking to remain unbeaten in Labour Day contests

Bombers' Collaros looking to remain unbeaten in Labour Day contests

Playing on Labour Day certainly agrees with Zach Collaros. The veteran quarterback is 6-0 on the holiday weekend heading into Winnipeg's contest Sunday night versus the Saskatchewan Roughriders at Mosaic Stadium.
Atlantic region Black politicians to build trust in politics among racialized groups

Atlantic region Black politicians to build trust in politics among racialized groups

HALIFAX — A small group of Black politicians from Atlantic Canada promised Wednesday to do more to encourage racialized communities to overcome their distrust of the political system.
Former Toronto Zoo tiger Mila dies after anesthesia accident in Colorado

Former Toronto Zoo tiger Mila dies after anesthesia accident in Colorado

A Colorado zoo says a two-year-old tiger that previously lived at the Toronto Zoo has died after an accident involving anesthesia.
Head coach Keefe signs multi-year contract extension with Maple Leafs

Head coach Keefe signs multi-year contract extension with Maple Leafs

TORONTO — Head coach Sheldon Keefe quickly impressed new Maple Leafs general manager Brad Treliving by being accountable for Toronto's recent playoff failures.
Ontario, Quebec to swap energy in new deal to help with electricity demands

Ontario, Quebec to swap energy in new deal to help with electricity demands

Ontario and Quebec have agreed to swap energy to help each other out when electricity demands peak.
National Bank Q3 results show financial markets pressure, rising bad loan provisions

National Bank Q3 results show financial markets pressure, rising bad loan provisions

National Bank of Canada reported a notable drop in performance in its financial markets division in the last quarter as it also boosted provisions for bad loans in preparation of a potential economic slowdown ahead.