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Sick of extra fees online? It's drip pricing, and Canadian shoppers are fighting back

Sick of extra fees online? It's drip pricing, and Canadian shoppers are fighting back

VANCOUVER — If you shop online you're likely familiar with the experience — you agree to buy for a certain price, but by the time you check out, the cost has ballooned with fees and surcharges.
For some who are spiritually inclined, eclipse has added significance

For some who are spiritually inclined, eclipse has added significance

TORONTO — When the Earth, moon and sun align on Monday, Kendra Pape-Green plans to be in a secluded spot in nature.
A battle for hope: the brewing campaign clash between the Conservatives and the NDP

A battle for hope: the brewing campaign clash between the Conservatives and the NDP

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre's path to power may be by prosecuting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's past eight years in government, but his road to victory is painted NDP orange.
Looking to pick up carpentry skills? In Newfoundland, you can learn to build a boat

Looking to pick up carpentry skills? In Newfoundland, you can learn to build a boat

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — There are many reasons a dozen people gathered two evenings a week this year in St. John's to build a traditional Newfoundland boat, bending and clamping long planks of wood and handling high-strength industrial glue.
'You're the chef': Fast-food chains embrace menu hackers' creative combinations

'You're the chef': Fast-food chains embrace menu hackers' creative combinations

TORONTO — Menu hacks rarely escape Meera Patel. The marketing director for fast-food chain Harvey’s keeps a growing list of ways customers mash together or transform menu items into something new.

A Dubai company’s staggering land deals in Africa raise fears about risks to Indigenous livelihoods

ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Matthew Walley's eyes sweep over the large forest that has sustained his Indigenous community in Liberia for generations. Even as the morning sun casts a golden hue over the canopy, a sense of unease lingers.
Oilers keep rolling with 4-2 victory over reeling Flames

Oilers keep rolling with 4-2 victory over reeling Flames

CALGARY — Led by a clutch power play and 33 saves from Calvin Pickard, Edmonton inched closer to top spot in the NHL's Pacific Division on Saturday.
US remains undefeated after 5-3 victory over winless Finland at women's hockey worlds

US remains undefeated after 5-3 victory over winless Finland at women's hockey worlds

UTICA, N.Y. — Kendall Coyne Schofield scored two goals in leading the defending champion United States to a 5-3 win over Finland on Saturday at the women's world hockey championship.
Senators eliminated from playoff contention after 4-3 loss to Devils

Senators eliminated from playoff contention after 4-3 loss to Devils

OTTAWA — Brady Tkachuk did everything he could but the Ottawa Senators fell 4-3 to the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night, officially eliminating them from playoff contention.
Auston Matthews scores league-leading 64th goal in 4-2 Maple Leafs win over Canadiens

Auston Matthews scores league-leading 64th goal in 4-2 Maple Leafs win over Canadiens

MONTREAL — Auston Matthews inched closer to the rare 70-goal milestone on Saturday night. But the Toronto Maple Leafs offence got it done by committee with goals from three different lines in a 4-2 win over the archrival Montreal Canadiens.