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Quebec media say new bill to protect politicians is excessive, harms free speech

Quebec media say new bill to protect politicians is excessive, harms free speech

MONTREAL — Quebec newsroom leaders are calling out a new bill to protect politicians from abuse, saying the legislation is excessive and potentially stifling to democratic debate.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (22,299.83, up 15.07 points): Cathedral Energy Services Ltd. (TSX:CET). Energy. Up one cent, or 1.1, to $0.92, on 17.1 million shares.
Canadian women's 3x3 hoops team opens Olympic qualifier with two wins

Canadian women's 3x3 hoops team opens Olympic qualifier with two wins

DEBRECEN, Hungary — The Canadian women's 3x3 basketball team went undefeated Thursday as play opened at an Olympic qualifying tournament.
Trudeau calls New Brunswick's Conservative government 'a disgrace' on women's rights

Trudeau calls New Brunswick's Conservative government 'a disgrace' on women's rights

CARAQUET, N.B. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau assailed New Brunswick's premier and other conservative leaders on Thursday, calling out the provincial government's position on abortion, LGBTQ youth and climate change.
S&P/TSX composite up slightly, U.S. markets dip despite earlier gains

S&P/TSX composite up slightly, U.S. markets dip despite earlier gains

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index managed a slight gain Thursday as sectors like industrials, tech and financials rose, while U.S. markets slipped into small losses despite earlier gains. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 15.
Two Gildan lawsuits against Browning West dismissed amid leadership battle: investor

Two Gildan lawsuits against Browning West dismissed amid leadership battle: investor

Browning West LP says two lawsuits launched by Gildan Activewear Inc.'s board against the investor have been dismissed.
City of Saint John 'vicariously liable' for police officer's sexual abuse of children

City of Saint John 'vicariously liable' for police officer's sexual abuse of children

HALIFAX — Hundreds of sexual abuse survivors in New Brunswick could be eligible for compensation following a decision delivered Thursday by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Loblaw agrees to sign grocery code of conduct after months of negotiations

Loblaw agrees to sign grocery code of conduct after months of negotiations

TORONTO — Loblaw Cos. Ltd. said Thursday it's ready to sign on to the grocery code of conduct, paving the way for an agreement that’s been years in the making.
Poilievre would rather 'watch the country burn' than fight climate change: Trudeau

Poilievre would rather 'watch the country burn' than fight climate change: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Opposition Leader Pierre Poilievre's pledges to axe carbon pricing come at a time of wildfires and other disasters and Poilievre would rather "watch the country burn" than continue the fight against climate change.
Lightspeed reappoints founder Dax Dasilva as CEO, reports Q4 revenue up 25%

Lightspeed reappoints founder Dax Dasilva as CEO, reports Q4 revenue up 25%

Three months after Dax Dasilva returned to the helm of Lightspeed Commerce Inc. on an interim basis, the company says he's staying put.