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Manitoba offers $300 rebate for security upgrades at homes and small businesses

Manitoba offers $300 rebate for security upgrades at homes and small businesses

WINNIPEG — Manitobans will soon be able to apply for rebates for security upgrades at their homes and small businesses.
Conflict heating up between Parkland Crop. and top shareholder Simpson Oil

Conflict heating up between Parkland Crop. and top shareholder Simpson Oil

CALGARY — The internal strife at fuel retailer Parkland Corp.continues as the Calgary-based company rejected a call by its largest shareholder to consider a potential sale of the business.
Sharp rise in OD deaths demands better policies for those in their 20s, 30s: study

Sharp rise in OD deaths demands better policies for those in their 20s, 30s: study

Opioid-related deaths doubled in Canada between 2019 and the end of 2021, with Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta experiencing a dramatic jump, mostly among men in their 20s and 30s, says a new study that calls for targeted harm-reduction policies.
Urban firefighters to get additional training to also battle wildfire blazes

Urban firefighters to get additional training to also battle wildfire blazes

OTTAWA — The federal government is doubling its investment to train urban firefighters to battle wildfires — a growing threat to Canada's cities and towns.
Canada announces more sanctions on Belarus as opposition leader visits Ottawa

Canada announces more sanctions on Belarus as opposition leader visits Ottawa

OTTAWA — Canada is imposing more sanctions on officials in Belarus as the country's exiled opposition leader visits Ottawa.
Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 0.7% in February at $71.6B

Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 0.7% in February at $71.6B

OTTAWA — Manufacturing sales rose 0.7 per cent to $71.6 billion in February, helped by higher sales of petroleum and coal, Statistics Canada said Monday.
Quebec employers group worried 'politicized' immigration debate will hurt jobs

Quebec employers group worried 'politicized' immigration debate will hurt jobs

MONTREAL — The latest spat between Quebec and Ottawa over immigration is based on politics and not the reality of the labour market, says the head of a major employers group.
In the news today: Life returns to normal in Israel after Iran attack

In the news today: Life returns to normal in Israel after Iran attack

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Winning bidder of classic hockey cards looks to find owner who cares more about them

Winning bidder of classic hockey cards looks to find owner who cares more about them

The winning bidder of more than a dozen unopened boxes of classic hockey cards uncovered in a Regina home says he's feeling remorse over his $3.7-million-dollar purchase after hearing how sad the runner-up was upon losing out.
'Fire in the sky:' Canadian family in Israel says it's business as usual after attack

'Fire in the sky:' Canadian family in Israel says it's business as usual after attack

The rumbles and tremors rattling Leah Appel's Jerusalem apartment building jolted her from sleep around 1:45 on Sunday morning.