Canada

Air Canada Is ‘reviewing’ How A Sleeping Passenger Was Left On A Locked, Parked Plane

Air Canada said Sunday it’s looking into how crew members could have disembarked from a plane without noticing a sleeping passenger who was left behind. The airline was responding to an incident involving a woman who described waking up...

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Marcus Stroman Calls Dennis Eckersley A 'clown' After 'trash' Critical Comments

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman brushed off critical comments made by former MLB pitcher and current NESN color commentator Dennis Eckersley on Saturday by calling him a "clown" and a "hypocrite...
Related topics: Toronto, Toronto Blue Jays

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Afl-cio President Says Usmca Trade Deal Still Needs Improvement

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Richard Trumka about the union's opposition to the proposed United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Related topics: AFL-CIO, Mexico

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Devastating Rain Spells Are On Their Way

Canadian scientists have examined an exhaustive collection of rain records for the past 50 years to confirm the fears of climate scientists: bouts of very heavy rain are on the increase. They have measured this increase in parts of Canada, most of...

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Trudeau Declares Climate Emergency… Then Approves Major Oil Pipeline

From OilPrice.com By Nick Cunningham – Jun 19, 2019, 6:00 PM CDT Join Our Community Canada declared a national climate emergency on Monday. The next day, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave the greenlight to a massive oil sands pipeline. The...

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Toronto Trades Patrick Marleau To Carolina

Patrick Marleau has been traded to Carolina. #Leafs pic.twitter.com/cWoIiXZge1 — Joshua Clipperton (@JClipperton_CP) June 22, 2019 added 12:17pm,   Patrick Marleau waives his NMC for trade to Carolina and will be bought...
Related topics: Toronto, Social Media

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Rumors Today

from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun, If the Vegas Golden Knights really want to get the contract of the injured David Clarkson off the books, they’re likely going to have to give up a first-round pick. It doesn’t sound like...
Related topics: Ottawa

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Better Buy: Kinder Morgan Canada Vs. Enbridge

Can you really compare $300-million-market-cap Kinder Morgan Canada (NASDAQOTH: KMLGF) to Enbridge (NYSE: ENB), a $70 billion midstream industry giant? The answer is yes, but you need to dig a little bit deeper to understand why. Here are four key...
Related topics: US Equity Markets

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Hype Time

from Michael Traikos at the Toronto Sun, A dazzling U.S. centre who torched the National Development Program gets chosen No. 1 overall, followed by a hulking Finnish winger at No. 2 who is already dominating amongst men at the pro level. It...
Related topics: Toronto

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Nancy Pelosi Could Have At Least Given Justin Trudeau Some Nice Weed

It’s a historic win for Toronto, and it deserves to be celebrated as such. Read more...
Related topics: Nancy Pelosi, Toronto

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Desjardins Data Breach Affecting 2.9 Million Members Sparks Class-action Lawsuits

MONTREAL — Desjardins Group is facing a legal backlash after a pair of class-action lawsuits were initiated in connection with a data breach affecting nearly three million members. Filed in Quebec Superior Court, the proposed class actions allege...
Related topics: Lawsuits, Montreal, Quebec

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Pbo Sets Budget Baseline For Campaign Vows With Tools, Deficit Projections

OTTAWA — Parliament’s spending watchdog is predicting years of deficits deeper than the government has laid out. The numbers are in a report the parliamentary budget office says should set the baseline for the campaign promises parties...
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Craft Faces More Scrutiny Over Absences From Diplomatic Post

Democratic senators on the Foreign Relations Committee are awaiting more information from the State Department to determine whether U.S. Ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft’s travels, and other frequent absences from her post, were for official...

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Trudeau Declares Climate Emergency... Then Approves Major Oil Pipeline

Authored by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com, Canada declared a national climate emergency on Monday. The next day, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave the greenlight to a massive oil sands pipeline. The House of Commons, with strong support...

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Cannabis Stock Plunges On Canopy Growth’s Disappointing Results

Canopy Growth’s share price plunged Friday after it released disappointing financial results, despite surging sales of cannabis — eight months after recreational pot was legalized in Canada. The company lost four times more than analysts...

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Trudeau Notes 'good' Meeting With Pelosi On Usmca, Says Canada Won't Get Involved In Us Ratification

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is currently in Washington DC where he met with US President Donald Trump and other senior US officials. Trudeau told reporters that he is pleased with the existing USMCA pact, however, he is concerned that if...
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Senate Of Canada Pushes For Open Banking As Canadians Worry About Their Personal Data: Report

Sixty-four percent of Canadians strongly disagree that a company should be able to share their personal information for a purpose other than providing them with a service, according to a recent report from the Senate of Canada.These stats come as...

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Canada’s Financial Markets Are Stunting Our Growth And Undermining Our Future

This article was written by Diane-Laure Arjaliès, Assistant Professor, Ivey Business School, Western University, and Tima Bansal, Canada Research Chair in Business Sustainability, Western University, and originally appeared on The Conversation, a...

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Canada Goose (goos) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Canada Goose Holdings Inc. (GOOS): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on...

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Desjardins Says Info For 2.9m Members Shared Outside Of Organization

MONTREAL — Desjardins Group said Thursday the personal information of more than 2.9 million of its members has been shared with individuals outside of the organization in a “malevolent” act. The Quebec-based financial institution said the...
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