Kesha ordered to pay $373K in Dr. Luke defamation case – National

Kesha was ordered to pay Dr. Luke $373,000 on Thursday in the defamation case the music producer filed against the performer. According to court

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Most Ontario teachers have now lost between 2 and 3 days of regular pay because of strikes

Members of the teachers’ unions who have been pursuing rotating strikes have lost between two and three days of regular pay because of walkouts.

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Deep freeze economy: What Calgarians are willing to pay for when it’s cold

During the deep freeze, heated parking lots were packed while tow trucks and cab companies were busy.  While most Calgarians wanted to hibernate —

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Richmond man who admitted to insider trading to pay $20K to B.C. Securities Commission

The B.C. Securities Commission says it has settled with a Richmond man who admitted to insider trading.  According to the independent provincial government agency,

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Doctors warn Crohn’s, arthritis patients will pay a price as province pulls drug funding

Doctors say 2,000 patients in Alberta will pay a price as the government stops funding Remicade, a drug used to treat people with Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, or certain

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Rural Alberta hospitals will feel the pinch after cuts to on-call pay, say doctors

Patients who need emergency surgery in rural hospitals, including emergency C-sections, could be at risk, say rural doctors, after Alberta Health Services reduced the

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Raptors fans pay tribute to Kawhi Leonard from atop Mount Kilimanjaro

Raptors fans rejoiced in collective euphoria after a Game 6 victory against the Golden State Warriors last month. Little more than two weeks later,

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Vast majority willing to pay day-use fee for Joffre Lakes: BC Parks survey

The vast majority of visitors to Joffe Lakes would be willing to pay a day-use fee, according to a new survey released by BC Parks.

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Patient ordered to pay close to $10,000 for threatening an Arabic hospital worker – Montreal

The Quebec Human Rights Tribunal has sentenced a patient to pay $9,500 in moral and punitive damages for discriminating against a health care worker.

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New pilot project sees Drumheller hoodoos visitors pay for parking

Over 200,000 people from around the world made a stop at the hoodoos east of Drumheller, Alta., last year. The seven-metre tall natural sandstone

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