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Champagne says he wishes grocers were more 'forthcoming' on plans to stabilize prices

Champagne says he wishes grocers were more 'forthcoming' on plans to stabilize prices

OTTAWA — Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne says he wishes Canadian grocers would be more forthcoming with the public about their plans to stabilize prices.
Sarault, Dandjinou look to build off nationals at short-track World Cups in Montreal

Sarault, Dandjinou look to build off nationals at short-track World Cups in Montreal

MONTREAL — Olympic speedskater Courtney Sarault was filled with doubt ahead of the Canadian short-track national championships at the end of September. “I went in struggling a little bit mentally,” she said.
Parks Canada signs agreement with First Nations, opens door to harvesting in Jasper

Parks Canada signs agreement with First Nations, opens door to harvesting in Jasper

Parks Canada and two First Nations have signed an agreement that points to a stronger Indigenous voice in national parks management and opens the door to harvesting in western Alberta's Jasper National Park.
Canadian spy chief stresses co-operation on research security at Five Eyes summit

Canadian spy chief stresses co-operation on research security at Five Eyes summit

OTTAWA — The head of Canada's spy service says the way to shield advanced technology from adversaries like China and Russia is to educate researchers and scientists about the risks, not tell them what they should or should not do.
Amazon contractor charged after unoccupied van hit, killed Surrey, B.C., woman

Amazon contractor charged after unoccupied van hit, killed Surrey, B.C., woman

SURREY, B.C. — A 25-year-old man has been charged with dangerous driving causing death after an unoccupied cargo truck hit and killed a pedestrian in Surrey, B.C. Police say the woman was walking on the sidewalk on Dec.
Alberta says Quebec pension model back on table in Canada Pension Plan exit debate

Alberta says Quebec pension model back on table in Canada Pension Plan exit debate

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is again considering using the Quebec investment model for a possible provincial pension plan, less than a week after Finance Minister Nate Horner announced the Quebec option had been scrapped.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,692.80, up 72.00 points): Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Down 71 cents, or 1.57 per cent, to $44.43 on 16.2 million shares.
Ottawa resident tells convoy organizers' trial he felt 'threatened' during protest

Ottawa resident tells convoy organizers' trial he felt 'threatened' during protest

Ottawa resident Paul Jorgenson felt "threatened" during "Freedom Convoy" demonstrations in winter 2022, he said during his testimony at the criminal trial of two protest organizers on Tuesday.
TSX composite posts small gain Tuesday, U.S. stock markets mixed

TSX composite posts small gain Tuesday, U.S. stock markets mixed

TORONTO — Strength in base metals and battery metals stocks helped Canada's main stock index eke out a small gain Tuesday, while U.S. stock markets were mixed on the heels of a report on retail sales.
Calgary's new public transit safety strategy to address crime and social disorder

Calgary's new public transit safety strategy to address crime and social disorder

Calgary city council has approved a public transit safety strategy to address crime and social disorder on buses and trains.