Canadian megamall developer’s U.S. project on shaky ground due to pandemic

VIP cocktail parties, DJs, dancers, fashion shows, balloons and much more — opening day at the Canadian-owned U.S. megamall called American Dream had been

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Winnipeg’s Sami Jo Small reveals highs, lows as Canadian hockey team goalie in ‘The Role I Played’ – Winnipeg

Sami Jo Small often felt conflicted about her role on the Canadian women’s hockey team. The goaltender started 51 games for Canada over her

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Uber Green to launch in more than 30 Canadian cities amid sustainability push

Uber Technologies Inc. is launching a handful of sustainability measures in Canada in an effort to reach lofty goals it has set for lowering

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Pregnant Canadian begs government to grant travel exemption so she can return from Haiti with her children

Sarah Wallace and her husband, Jean Pierre Valteau, are pictured with their children, from left to right: Jean Moise Kessa, Jean-Jacques Valteau and Eva-Maria

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Real Canadian Superstore and No Frills impose mandatory face masks for shoppers

Real Canadian Superstore and No Frills say starting Saturday, Aug. 29, masks or face coverings will be mandatory at all their locations across Canada,

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Canadian oil giants emphasize climate change and diversity as they compete for investment

For executives at Husky Energy’s headquarters in Calgary, there is a new wrinkle in how their pay is calculated: climate change. This is the

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Canucks lone Canadian team to advance after ousting defending champion Blues

The Vancouver Canucks have burst the bubble of the defending Stanley Cup champions, beating the St. Louis Blues 6-2 Friday to knock them out

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Canadian retail sales back to pre-coronavirus levels in June – National

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted August 21, 2020 9:49 am     Updated August 21, 2020

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‘Long-term recovery effort’: How Canadian organizations are helping in Beirut – National

Canadian organizations are working around the clock in Lebanon to help those affected by the devastating explosion which rocked the country’s capital of Beirut

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Canadian sunflower growers poised for ‘booming’ year as acreage and prices climb higher

They are one of Canada’s top feel-good crops — fields of bright yellow sunflowers have been delivering smiles for road-tripping families for countless summers.

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