McGill University receives $200M donation, single-largest gift in Canadian history

The McCall MacBain Foundation has donated $200 million to McGill University, considered the single-largest gift in Canadian history. The money will go to the creation of

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Canadian companies are using nap time as a perk to spur work – National

Snoozing on the job isn’t just permitted at Bob Vaez’s software company, it’s encouraged. The Toronto boss of EventMobi describes himself as “the only

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Use of handbrakes mandated on Canadian railways following fatal Field, B.C. derailment

The federal government is enforcing new braking regulations on trains travelling along Canada’s railways following a massive and deadly derailment near Field, B.C. Three

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Suncor blames western Canadian oil price discounts for $280M net loss

​Suncor Energy Inc. is blaming a net loss in the last three months of 2018 primarily on steep price discounts for western Canadian oil,

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Governments should help bridge job skills gap to address lack of wage growth: Canadian CEO – National

Canada may be experiencing one of its biggest labour shortages in years but that doesn’t mean employees are seeing wage growth reflecting that talent

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Government revokes charity status of Canadian Jewish group that supported ‘foreign armed forces’

A Canadian Jewish organization has been stripped of its charity status following a government audit that found it had provided support to “foreign armed

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Canadian soccer phenom Alphonso Davies makes Bundesliga debut with Bayern Munich

MUNICH – Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies made his Bundesliga debut Sunday, coming off the bench in the 86th minute of Bayern Munich’s 4-1 win

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Canadian Space Agency launches new interactive activity at Science and Tech Museum

The final frontier just got a little easier to explore for us on the ground thanks to the Canadian Space Agency and astronaut David

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Canola, chemicals and bees: Why Canadian farmers are fighting a proposed pesticide ban

Health Canada is following in the European Union’s footsteps as it moves to ban the use of neonic pesticides due to concerns about their impact

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Canadian officials meet again with Michael Spavor in China, reiterate call for detainees’ release – National

Canadian consular officials in China have visited Michael Spavor and are currently providing support services to him and his family, according to a statement

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