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Cap on plastic production remains contentious as Ottawa set to host treaty talks

Cap on plastic production remains contentious as Ottawa set to host treaty talks

OTTAWA — Negotiators from 176 countries will gather in downtown Ottawa this week for the fourth round of talks to create a global treaty to eliminate plastic waste in less than 20 years.
In domestic abuse, strangulation is a 'hidden' predictor of femicide, experts say

In domestic abuse, strangulation is a 'hidden' predictor of femicide, experts say

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Georgina McGrath says she still has to sleep some nights with the windows open, the cold air in her lungs a reminder that she's far away from the man who used to strangle her.

What Australia and the U.K.'s grocery codes can teach us about Canada's food fight

Progress on a Canadian grocery code of conduct has stalled as two major retailers refuseto sign it, claiming it will raise prices.
Ottawa puts up $50M in federal budget to hedge against job-stealing AI

Ottawa puts up $50M in federal budget to hedge against job-stealing AI

OTTAWA — Worried artificial intelligence is coming for your job? So is the federal government — enough, at least, to set aside $50 million for skills retraining for workers.
In making new music for a changed world, Sarah McLachlan wonders: ‘Where’s my place?’

In making new music for a changed world, Sarah McLachlan wonders: ‘Where’s my place?’

TORONTO — Sarah McLachlan is searching for her purpose in this fractured world. The Halifax-born singer-songwriter once shattered boundaries with her Lilith Fair tour by empowering a generation of female voices.
Five things to know about the NHL playoffs

Five things to know about the NHL playoffs

In 1993 Kim Campbell became Canada's first female prime minister, the fidget spinner and Beanie Babies were rolled out, the World Wide Web became a thing, Jurassic Park was the most popular film, the Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series — and the M

Sports scoreboard for Saturday, April 20, 2024

Saturday's Scoreboard NHL Playoffs First Round Boston 5 Toronto 1 (Boston leads best-of-seven series 1-0) Carolina 3 N.Y.
Swayman, DeBrusk power Bruins over Maple Leafs 5-1 in Game 1

Swayman, DeBrusk power Bruins over Maple Leafs 5-1 in Game 1

BOSTON — The Maple Leafs fired four shots on Jeremy Swayman inside the first 90 seconds Saturday. The club was fishing the puck out of its net moments later after the Bruins capitalized on a mistake.
Montreal surrenders late goal, settles for 2-2 draw with Orlando City

Montreal surrenders late goal, settles for 2-2 draw with Orlando City

MONTREAL — Ariel Lassiter scored in the 88th minute to give CF Montreal a 2-1 lead over visiting Orlando City, but the victory party was spoiled when Ivan Angulo scored two minutes into stoppage time to salvage a 2-2 Major League Soccer draw at Stade
Prince Owusu's acrobatic second-half strike lifts Toronto FC past New England

Prince Owusu's acrobatic second-half strike lifts Toronto FC past New England

TORONTO — Prince Owusu and Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty helped put Toronto FC back on track Saturday, ending a goal-filled three-game slide with a 1-0 Major League Soccer win over the struggling New England Revolution.