TekSavvy appeals to Canadians for support amid battle with phone, cable industry giants – National

TekSavvy Solutions Inc. is appealing to Canadian consumers for support in a politically charged battle between Canada’s independent internet service providers and the big

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More than half of Canadians think 2019 was a bad year for Canada: Ipsos poll – National

According to a new poll, more than half of Canadians think 2019 was a generally bad year for Canada. The poll, which was conducted

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77 Canadians on their way to help Australia as wildfires rage on

Dozens of Canadian firefighters are on their way to Australia to help the country battle wildfires that have left at least 29 people dead. 

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Green leadership candidate wants the vote opened to all Canadians

A candidate running to become Canada’s next federal Green Party leader said he wants to see the voting opened up to all Canadians. David

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63 Canadians killed in plane crash near Tehran: Ukrainian official

Dozens of Canadians were among the 176 people killed in a plane crash just minutes after taking off from the Iranian capital’s main airport,

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Resilient Canadians capture 3rd world junior gold medal in 6 years

Canada is golden again at the world junior hockey championship. Akil Thomas scored with 3:58 left in the third period to cap a furious

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Taiwanese Canadians heading back for presidential election

Sixteen years after tying the knot in Canada, D. Kai Ma, 47, an Ottawa musician originally from Taiwan and his husband, Scott Simon, are

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Top CEOs have already made average Canadian’s salary in 2020: report – National

A new report says Canada’s 100 highest-paid chief executives were paid record amounts in 2018 in comparison to the employees beneath them. The Canadian

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Governor General urges Canadians to enjoy the outdoors in annual New Year’s message

Gov. Gen. Julie Payette today encouraged Canadians to get outside and enjoy the winter in her annual New Year’s message. Canada’s “breathtaking beauty” deserves to be celebrated

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‘It’s a constant battle’: Nearly 40% of Canadians experience racism in the workplace, survey reveals

After years of working on Toronto’s Bay Street, Karlyn Percil was burnt out — not from the demanding workload, but from the subtle racial slights from colleagues

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