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Nova Scotia auditor general questions government commitment to her recommendations

Nova Scotia auditor general questions government commitment to her recommendations

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s auditor general called out the provincial government on Tuesday, saying it has been so slow to act on her office’s recommendations that she questions whether it is committed to following through.
No evidence Big Three acting as fibre wholesalers would hurt smaller providers: CRTC

No evidence Big Three acting as fibre wholesalers would hurt smaller providers: CRTC

The CRTC has denied a request by Bell Canada and some independent internet providers for an expedited decision that would prevent large carriers from using rivals' fibre networks to offer their services to customers.
Canadian forward Ayo Akinola and Toronto FC agree to terminate contract

Canadian forward Ayo Akinola and Toronto FC agree to terminate contract

TORONTO — Canadian forward Ayo Akinola, who turned heads with a breakout performance for Toronto FC at the MLS is Back Tournament in 2020, has left his hometown club after agreeing to a mutual termination of his contract.
Western Family yogurt, chocolate pretzels recalled over possible salmonella

Western Family yogurt, chocolate pretzels recalled over possible salmonella

OTTAWA — Health Canada has issued a warning about Western Family brand milk chocolate- and yogurt-covered pretzels due to possible salmonella contamination.
Fernandez makes early exit at Italian Open with 6-4, 6-1 loss to Bogdan

Fernandez makes early exit at Italian Open with 6-4, 6-1 loss to Bogdan

ROME — Canada's Leylah Fernandez made an early exit from the Italian Open on Tuesday with a 6-4, 6-1 first-round loss to Romanian veteran Ana Bogdan. The 21-year-old from Laval, Que., struggled with her serve. She won 56.
Official languages commissioner sees complaints drop by more than half in past year

Official languages commissioner sees complaints drop by more than half in past year

OTTAWA — The number of complaints from Canadians who say their language rights weren't respected dropped by more than half last year, but the official languages commissioner says it's too early to say there is a downward trend.
Encampment in support of Palestinians sets up on the University of Manitoba campus

Encampment in support of Palestinians sets up on the University of Manitoba campus

WINNIPEG — Students at the University of Manitoba have started a protest encampment on a grassy open area on the campus in south Winnipeg.
Celebrini, Fantilli out for Canada at world hockey championship

Celebrini, Fantilli out for Canada at world hockey championship

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Teen forwards Macklin Celebrini and Adam Fantilli have decided to return to North America ahead of the start of the world men's hockey championship, Hockey Canada announced Tuesday.

Sinopoli had two CFL careers as a quarterback and receiver

Since retiring from the CFL, Brad Sinopoli has worked as a fishing guide in Ottawa. Some facts: — The six-foot-four, 215-pound Peterborough, Ont.
Blue Jays agree to terms on minor-league deal with Aaron Sanchez, source says

Blue Jays agree to terms on minor-league deal with Aaron Sanchez, source says

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to terms on a minor-league deal with right-hander Aaron Sanchez, a source confirmed Tuesday. Sanchez made his big-league debut with the Blue Jays in 2014 and spent parts of six seasons with the team.