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'Thin line' between freedom of speech and 'freedom of hate,' says Israeli ambassador

OTTAWA — Israel's envoy to Canada says it is important for democracies to assess when a line has been crossed between freedom of speech and what he calls "freedom of hate.
PC Optimum members now eligible for Apple TV+ subscription rewards

PC Optimum members now eligible for Apple TV+ subscription rewards

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Loblaw Companies Ltd. says members of its PC Optimum loyalty program can now redeem their points for monthly subscriptions to the Apple TV+ streaming service and Apple Arcade.
Desjardins to cut close to 400 jobs amid economic uncertainty

Desjardins to cut close to 400 jobs amid economic uncertainty

MONTREAL — Desjardins Group says it is cutting close to 400 jobs as it responds to economic uncertainty.
Ottawa paramedics seek approval to use taxis for non-urgent concerns

Ottawa paramedics seek approval to use taxis for non-urgent concerns

Ottawa paramedics are seeking provincial approval for a new program that would see some patients with non-urgent concerns taken to hospital in a taxi, in a bid to ease the crushing demands on ambulance crews.

Leafs-Canadiens NHL game popular with Proline customers

TORONTO — It's one of the NHL's most storied rivalries but games involving the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens are also popular with Proline bettors.
Honda to produce Civic Hybrid in Ontario and Indiana starting next year

Honda to produce Civic Hybrid in Ontario and Indiana starting next year

ALLISTON, Ont. — Japanese automaker Honda says it will start producing the Civic Hybrid next year at its plant in Alliston, Ont. The company says the Ontario plant will produce the sedan version of the car.
Canada warms up for playoffs with win over Hungary at world mixed curling playdowns

Canada warms up for playoffs with win over Hungary at world mixed curling playdowns

ABERDEEN, United Kingdom — Canada remained unbeaten at the world mixed curling championship on Thursday by posting a 12-6 victory over Hungary at Curl Aberdeen.
Canadian breaking star Philip (B-Boy Phil Wizard) Kim constantly on the move

Canadian breaking star Philip (B-Boy Phil Wizard) Kim constantly on the move

Canadian breaking star Philip (B-Boy Phil Wizard) Kim is in Paris this week for the Red Bull BC One World Final. Before that he’s not so sure. "It's been the busiest year of travel for me,” he said. “It has been a lot but it’s been good.

Canadian women look to kick off new WXV rugby tournament with win over Wales

With top-ranked England next in line, Canada coach Kevin Rouet is looking for a win over Wales when the Canadian women open the WXV tournament in Wellington, New Zealand.
BMO ranks highest in annual J.D. Power customer satisfaction study

BMO ranks highest in annual J.D. Power customer satisfaction study

TORONTO — As higher interest rates and the cost of living increasingly pinch Canadians' wallets, consumers ranked BMO highest in J. D. Power's annual customer satisfaction survey.