Canada

Government Invests $87 Million To Bring High-speed Internet To Outaouais, Quebec

The federal government has announced nearly $87 million in funding to bring high-speed internet to the Outaouais region in Quebec. Funding for the project is being provided through the Canada-Quebec Operation High Speed initiative. Around 10,640...
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New Restrictions Ire Many In Canada's Most Populous Province

New pandemic restrictions imposed in Ontario ran into immediate opposition.

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More Than 440 Finance Firms Are Moving Assets Worth Over $1.2 Trillion To The Eu Post-brexit

Fog shrouds the Canary Wharf business district including global financial institutions Citigroup Inc., State Street Corp., Barclays Plc, HSBC Holdings Plc and the commercial office block No. 1 Canada Square, on the Isle of Dogs on November 05, 2020...
Related topics: Citigroup, Citi, Barclays, HSBC

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Volkswagen’s Id.4 Costs $44,995, Only Coming To Quebec And B.c. In 2021

Volkswagen’s (VW) mass-market electric SUV is coming to Canada with a 400km range and a $44,995 price tag. This makes it eligible for the federal government’s $5,000 rebate, bringing the price down to around $40,000. The base trim is set...
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Russian Embassy In Canada Says Ottawa's Cyber Attack Accusations Hurt Bilateral Relations

TORONTO (Sputnik) - The Russian Embassy in Canada said in a press release that Ottawa's cyber attack accusations against Moscow damage already fragile bilateral relations.
Related topics: Ottawa, Toronto, Russia, Moscow

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Toronto Police Releases Warning About Work From Home Scam

In a world where we all rely on the internet so heavily, sophisticated scams are inevitable. From callers impersonating the CRA to fake GoFundMe pages, the list of online scams, even amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, is extensive. The Toronto...
Related topics: Toronto, Police

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China Scolds Canada Over Parliament's Support Of Halifax Security Forum Award To Taiwan

OTTAWA — The Chinese government fired a warning shot at Canada on Thursday after its Parliament declared Taiwan's president an ideal candidate for a prestigious international human justice award. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said if...
Related topics: China, Taiwan, Ottawa

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Broad Street Bullies: More Than Goons, Fists & Enforcers

During the 1970s, only the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins had more victories than the Philadelphia Flyers’ 424. During that decade, the Flyers won back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1974 and…
Related topics: Montreal

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Who Will Be Climate’s Coinbase? Plus, California Blinks On Fracking

By David Callaway, Callaway Climate Insights This week in wildfires: The Fire Information for Resource Management System reported five new incidents in the U.S. and Canada, four large fires...
Related topics: Fracking

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Glacier Melt To Redirect Alaska's Alsek River, Endangering World-famous Rafting Route

The Alsek River flows from the Yukon Territory in northern Canada to the Pacific Ocean, with its mouth right on the edge of Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska. On its course, the Alsek cuts through some of the wildest country in North...

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Canada: J-space Supports Ndp’s Bds Resolution, Advancing Its ‘toxic Obsession With Israel’

J-Space is known as a “respectable,” “Progressive” Jewish voice in Canada. It is more or less the counterpart to J-Street in America. Several days ago, the New Democratic Party (NDP) in Canada passed an anti-Israel,...
Related topics: Israel

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How Germany’s Failure At Dunkirk Came Back To Bite Hitler

Michael Peck World War II, Europe Dunkirk was the climactic moment of one of the greatest military disasters in history. Here's What You Need to Remember: With France gone, Britain, and its Commonwealth partners such as Australia and Canada,...
Related topics: Germany, Military, France, Australia

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A Canadian Mp Accidentally Appeared Naked On An Internal Parliamentary Video Feed

A view of the west block of the Canadian Houses of Parliament in Ottawa, 2019. Michel Comte/AFP via Getty Images A Canadian MP inadvertently appeared on a parliamentary video call without clothes on. William Amos apologized, saying he forgot to...
Related topics: World Videos, Ottawa

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Cloud Kitchen Startup Justkitchen To Go Public On The Tsx Venture Exchange

JustKitchen, a cloud kitchen startup, will start trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) Venture Exchange on Thursday morning. It is doing a direct listing of its common shares, having already raised $8 million at a $30 million valuation. The...
Related topics: Startup, Toronto

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Telus Brings Purefibre, 5g To Quebec’s Chaudière-appalaches Communities

The governments of Quebec and Canada are partnering with Telus to invest nearly $30 million into expanding the internet infrastructure of Quebec’s Chaudière-Appalaches region. Specifically, this endeavour will see the deployment of...
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Canadian Parliament Backs Halifax Security Forum's Decision To Honor Taiwan's President

OTTAWA — Canada’s House of Commons unanimously passed a motion Wednesday in support of the Halifax International Security Forum’s decision to honor the president of Taiwan with a prestigious award. “President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan is a...
Related topics: Taiwan, Ottawa

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Roadside Invader: The Higher The Traffic, The Easier The Invasive Common Ragweed Disperses

Common ragweed is an annual plant native to parts of the United States and southern Canada. It's an invasive species that has spread to Europe. An important agricultural weed, this plant is particularly well-adapted to living at roadsides, and there...

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Canada's Muslim Leaders Should Fight Extremism, Not Play Victim

There is a saying in the Indian subcontinent about the thief, who instead of showing remorse, berates the judge. There are those within the Muslim community leadership throughout North America who fit this description, where instead of admitting

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Top Ranked Income Stocks To Buy For April 14th

Here are four stocks with buy rank and strong income characteristics for investors to consider today, April 14th:The Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD): This Canadian chartered bank that offers a wide range of business and consumer services has witnessed...
Related topics: Toronto, Banking

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Why Royal Bank (ry) Is A Top Dividend Stock For Your Portfolio

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 Royal Bank Of Canada (RY): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on...
Related topics: Banking, Dividend

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