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Ontario Liberals say over 80,000 members eligible to vote in leadership race

Ontario Liberals say over 80,000 members eligible to vote in leadership race

TORONTO — The Ontario Liberals say the party has 80,000 members eligible to vote in the upcoming leadership race, the highest number in its history.
Parents call for better air quality in schools to protect against viruses, fire smoke

Parents call for better air quality in schools to protect against viruses, fire smoke

Kate Laing's family managed to avoid COVID-19 for more than two years. When her oldest son went back to school last year, she said it only took three days for him to become infected and bring the virus home.
Enbridge names new chief legal officer and new chief administrative officer

Enbridge names new chief legal officer and new chief administrative officer

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. has announced a pair of senior executive changes.
Stage adaptation of 'The Diviners' novel to get world premiere at Stratford Festival

Stage adaptation of 'The Diviners' novel to get world premiere at Stratford Festival

TORONTO — The stage adaptation of the CanLit classic "The Diviners" will get its world premiere at the Stratford Festival in its 2024 season.
Talking Heads bring TIFF crowd to its feet with revamped film 'Stop Making Sense'

Talking Heads bring TIFF crowd to its feet with revamped film 'Stop Making Sense'

TORONTO — A boisterous world première for Talking Heads’ revamped classic “Stop Making Sense” brought a Toronto International Film Festival audience to its feet as moviegoers and the band themselves jumped up to dance, hoot and clap along to ‘80s hit
Retailer Roots reports $5.3M Q2 loss compared with $3.2M loss a year ago

Retailer Roots reports $5.3M Q2 loss compared with $3.2M loss a year ago

TORONTO — Retailer Roots Corp. reported a loss of $5.3 million in its latest quarter compared with a loss of $3.2 million a year earlier as its total sales edged higher.
Investors drawn to oil and gas, energy transition, TSX top 30 list shows

Investors drawn to oil and gas, energy transition, TSX top 30 list shows

CALGARY — Both traditional oil and gas stocks as well as Canada's mining and metals sector have benefited from a recent surge of investor interest in energy, new data from the Toronto Stock Exchange shows.

Canadian accused in U.S. of stealing cash using sleight-of-hand techniques

A Canadian man has been indicted in a U.S. federal court in St. Louis after being accused of using sleight-of-hand methods to steal more than $64,000 from more than 40 Walmart stores across the U.S.
In the news today: "Freedom Convoy" trial, Trudeau heads home from India after delays

In the news today: "Freedom Convoy" trial, Trudeau heads home from India after delays

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
AIMCo opens first Asia office in Singapore, remains leery of China

AIMCo opens first Asia office in Singapore, remains leery of China

CALGARY — Alberta Investment Management Corp. (AIMCo) is opening its first Asian office, but the Edmonton-based fund manager says it will steer well clear of China to focus instead on markets with less geopolitical risk.