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Manulife reports first-quarter net income of $866 million

Manulife reports first-quarter net income of $866 million

TORONTO — Manulife Financial Corp. says first quarter earnings were down from last year because of the effects of a major reinsurance deal.
Nutrien earnings down 71% in first quarter as lower fertilizer selling prices bite

Nutrien earnings down 71% in first quarter as lower fertilizer selling prices bite

SASKATOON — Nutrien Ltd. says it earned US$165 million in its first quarter, down 71 per cent from US$576 million a year earlier. The Saskatoon-based company says its sales totalled US$5.4 billion, down 12 per cent from US$6.
Trucker's body found in trailer in Newfoundland after failed police search in Ontario

Trucker's body found in trailer in Newfoundland after failed police search in Ontario

CHANNEL-PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L.
WSP Global earnings rise to $126.8 million in first quarter, revenues also up

WSP Global earnings rise to $126.8 million in first quarter, revenues also up

MONTREAL — WSP Global Inc. says it earned $126.8 million in the first quarter, up from $112.5 million a year earlier. The Montreal-based engineering company says revenues for the quarter were $3.6 billion, up from $3.
Jewish students say they don't feel safe, as MPs probe antisemitism at universities

Jewish students say they don't feel safe, as MPs probe antisemitism at universities

OTTAWA — Jewish students on major university campuses are being forced to hide their Jewish identity and fear for their safety, as they face a tide of antisemitism, which school administrators are failing to protect them from, a group of students sai
Ottawa cancels public ceremony for Israeli flag-raising, citing security concerns

Ottawa cancels public ceremony for Israeli flag-raising, citing security concerns

OTTAWA — City officials say they've cancelled plans to host a flag-raising ceremony at Ottawa City Hall marking the establishment of Israel because of security concerns.
Public service unions promise 'summer of discontent' over in-office policy

Public service unions promise 'summer of discontent' over in-office policy

OTTAWA — Public service unions say they'll launch further legal challenges and grievances over new rules that federal employees must work from the office at least three days a week.
Police present but not enforcing injunction at Alberta oil blockade

Police present but not enforcing injunction at Alberta oil blockade

PEACE RIVER, Alta. — Police are present at a blockade of an oil lease road in northern Alberta but say they aren't enforcing an injunction for members of a local First Nation to clear the site.
New Brunswick schools to have stringent cellphone policies starting September

New Brunswick schools to have stringent cellphone policies starting September

FREDERICTON — Come September teachers in New Brunswick will get more authority to limit the use of cellphones in schools. During class time teachers will have students put their cellphones on silent mode in a designated area of the classroom.
Quebec premier defends new museum on Québécois nation after Indigenous criticism

Quebec premier defends new museum on Québécois nation after Indigenous criticism

Quebec Premier François Legault is defending his comments about a new history museum after he was accused by a group representing First Nations of trying to erase their history.