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Brian Mulroney, former Canadian prime minister, died at 84

The news of the passing of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney at the age of 84 has reverberated across Canada. Mulroney, remembered as one...

Canada’s Justice Minister introduces bill to tackle harmful online content

The Liberal government has introduced the Online Harms Act, a comprehensive legislation aimed at tackling harmful content and hate crimes on the internet. Justice...

Bank of Canada to cut interest rates in half by end of next year: Desjardins

Bank of Canada is poised to take action to ease financial strain for Canadians. Desjardins Group, a prominent financial institution, forecasts that the central...

Concordia and McGill Challenge Quebec Government in Court Over Tuition Hikes for Out-of-Province Students

Montreal's Concordia University and McGill University are gearing up for legal battles against the Quebec government over steep tuition increases targeting out-of-province students. Concordia's...

Liberals to give low-cost loans for new B.C. rental housing program

The Trudeau Liberals plan to announce a partnership with British Columbia Premier David Eby on the BC Builds program, which aims to construct rental...

Ontario launching GTA-wide transit fare integration on Feb. 26

The Ontario government has announced plans to integrate public transportation fares for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The program, named "One Fare," means that public...

Costco Canada recalled salad kits tied to deadly listeria outbreak

Costco Canada is alerting customers to an "important recall notice" related to a salad kit that could cause illness. On Tuesday, February 6, the retailer...

Bell Media planning cuts to CTV, BNN Bloomberg following BCE layoffs, sale of 45 radio stations

BCE Inc., the parent company of Bell Media, is undergoing significant restructuring, including the sale of 45 radio stations out of 103 regional stations...

Canada announces 2-year cap on student permits. How will it work?

Immigration Minister Marc Miller has announced measures to reduce the intake of international students by 35% over the next two years. These measures are...

Bank of Canada Holds Key Interest Rate at 5%, Signals Shift Toward Rate Cut Discussions

Governor Tiff Macklem Indicates Transition in Monetary Policy Focus In a pivotal announcement on Wednesday, 24/01, the Bank of Canada chose to maintain its key...

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