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WHL roundup: Sward scores two as Wild beat Thunderbirds 7-4

SEATTLE — Graham Sward scored twice as Wenatchee Wild defeated the Seattle Thunderbirds 7-4 in Western Hockey League action on Wednesday night.
Poilievre says he would 'cut wasteful foreign aid,' work toward NATO spending target

Poilievre says he would 'cut wasteful foreign aid,' work toward NATO spending target

POINTE-CLAIRE, Que. — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is pledging that a future government would cut what he calls "wasteful foreign aid" and would not allow funding to go to "dictators, terrorists and multinational bureaucracies.
Warm weather, cautious consumer spending lead to 68% drop in Canadian Tire profit

Warm weather, cautious consumer spending lead to 68% drop in Canadian Tire profit

TORONTO — Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. saw its profit drop about 68 per cent in the key holiday shopping quarter as a tougher economic environment and an unseasonably warm winter put a damper on consumer spending.
Longtime Ticats star linebacker Simoni Lawrence retires from football

Longtime Ticats star linebacker Simoni Lawrence retires from football

He's done with football, but Simoni Lawrence will forever remain part of Hamilton. The star linebacker announced his CFL retirement Thursday.
Cenovus reports second-highest quarterly production ever, driven by oilsands

Cenovus reports second-highest quarterly production ever, driven by oilsands

CALGARY — Cenovus Energy Inc. is the latest Canadian oilsands company to report surging production levels just in time for the anticipated startup of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Newfoundland and Labrador says Vrbo apologized for ad featuring beloved folk song

Newfoundland and Labrador says Vrbo apologized for ad featuring beloved folk song

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The Newfoundland and Labrador government says vacation rental company Vrbo has apologized for an advertisement that prompted a call from the premier for it to be pulled.
Markets continue recovery from mid-week selloff as S&P 500 notches new all-time high

Markets continue recovery from mid-week selloff as S&P 500 notches new all-time high

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index gained 1.6 per cent on Thursday, led by strong gains in the energy sector, while U.S. markets also rose, with the S&P 500 notching a new all-time high. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 333.
Dax Dasilva returns to Lightspeed as interim CEO, JP Chauvet steps down

Dax Dasilva returns to Lightspeed as interim CEO, JP Chauvet steps down

Lightspeed Commerce Inc. founder Dax Dasilva is back at the helm of the company he started and he has a mission: profitability and boosting the stock price. "When I took the company public in 2019, our revenue was US$77.
West Fraser Timber encouraged by outlook despite ongoing challenges: CEO

West Fraser Timber encouraged by outlook despite ongoing challenges: CEO

VANCOUVER — West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. president and CEO Sean McLaren said he expects the company will continue to experience unpredictable challenges such as inflation risks and labour constraints.
As camp opens, Blue Jays manager Schneider says team has sense of urgency

As camp opens, Blue Jays manager Schneider says team has sense of urgency

DUNEDIN, Fla.