Canada’s home sales up 12% in July year-over-year – National

The Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales in July rose 12.6 per cent compared with the same month last year. The increase came

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Advocates fear meat from latest infected deer herd has entered Canada’s food supply

A third case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in 2019 has been confirmed at a Canadian deer farm, and advocates fear servings of infected meat may

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Canada’s drug supply threatened by growing U.S. demand, groups argue – National

TORONTO — Concern over U.S. legislation that allows Americans to import cheaper medicines from Canada has prompted more than a dozen organizations to urge

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York police say ‘incident’ at Canada’s Wonderland not hate-motivated, no charges laid – Toronto

York Regional Police say an alleged assault at Canada’s Wonderland last month is not being treated as a hate crime. “After a thorough investigation

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He shoots, he scores: New Brunswick Museum shows off exhibit on Canada’s favourite game – New Brunswick

For many Canadians, Saturday nights spent watching legends chase a piece of frozen vulcanized rubber back and forth across a TV screen, or the

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Canada’s GDP beats expectations with 0.3% growth in April – National

The Canadian economy grew more than expected in April, helped by the oil and gas sector. Statistics Canada says real gross domestic product grew

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Canada’s Eric Lamaze returns to competition after revealing brain tumour battle

Eric Lamaze competing at Spruce Meadows this week will inspire his fellow riders, says a Canadian teammate. Lamaze revealed during a television interview with

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Canada’s top soldier called to cabinet meeting after collapse of Crown’s case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman – National

The most senior defence officials in the country are appearing before the federal cabinet in the wake of the collapse of the Crown’s breach

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Canada’s agriculture minister meets briefly with Chinese counterpart about canola at G20

Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau briefly met with her Chinese counterpart, where she expressed Canada’s concern with the suspension of canola exports to China over

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Substantial changes to Bill C-69 ‘critical’ for Canada’s energy future, says Enbridge CEO

The CEO of Enbridge Inc. says it’s “critical” to Canada’s energy future that substantive changes are made to proposed federal legislation to revamp how

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