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New Brunswick rejects proposal for new regional police force to replace RCMP

New Brunswick rejects proposal for new regional police force to replace RCMP

FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL, N.B. — New Brunswick's government has rejected a pitch to replace the RCMP with a regional police force in the western part of the province.
Scammers impersonating officers to steal from seniors: New Westminster, B.C., police

Scammers impersonating officers to steal from seniors: New Westminster, B.C., police

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A recent scam where people impersonated officers to rob a senior has prompted a warning from police in New Westminster, B.C., east of Vancouver.
Loblaw launching No Name Mobile cellphone plans at all No Frills stores

Loblaw launching No Name Mobile cellphone plans at all No Frills stores

Loblaw Cos. Ltd. is launching low-cost cellphone plans under its No Name brand, offering prepaid mobile sim cards for purchase at all No Frills locations across the country within the coming weeks.
Defender Shane O'Neill joins Toronto FC's growing list of injured players

Defender Shane O'Neill joins Toronto FC's growing list of injured players

Toronto FC's injury list continues to mount with centre back Shane O'Neill the latest to go down. O'Neill has started all seven of Toronto's games this season, a fixture on the right side of coach John Herdman's back three.
RBC faces questions on climate, Indigenous rights at annual general meeting

RBC faces questions on climate, Indigenous rights at annual general meeting

TORONTO — Royal Bank of Canada faced a steady stream of questions about the bank's climate and Indigenous rights track record at its annual general meeting Thursday.
Conservative, NDP leaders portray starkly different visions for Canada's future

Conservative, NDP leaders portray starkly different visions for Canada's future

OTTAWA — The only thing Pierre Poilievre and Jagmeet Singh had in common Thursday was their timing.
B.C. seeks to regulate electricity for cryptocurrency miners, citing huge demands

B.C. seeks to regulate electricity for cryptocurrency miners, citing huge demands

VICTORIA — British Columbia is proposing legal changes that would allow the government to regulate the supply of electricity to cryptocurrency miners.
Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

TORONTO — Some advocates are praising Ottawa's move to lengthen the amortization period on insured mortgages for certain homebuyers, but say expanding the policy to all Canadians would help make home ownership more affordable.
David Cronenberg among Canadians with projects headed to Cannes Film Festival

David Cronenberg among Canadians with projects headed to Cannes Film Festival

David Cronenberg is among the Canadians with projects headed to the 77th Cannes Film Festival next month.
Montreal English school board seeks leave to appeal Bill 21 ruling to Supreme Court

Montreal English school board seeks leave to appeal Bill 21 ruling to Supreme Court

MONTREAL — Quebec's justice minister says he intends to defend the province's secularism law to the very end, after the English Montreal School Board said it would seek permission to appeal a decision upholding the law to the Supreme Court of Canada.