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Back-to-school: Parents offer tips on how they save during annual shopping spree

Back-to-school: Parents offer tips on how they save during annual shopping spree

Two weekends ago, Anne Zarifa and her children sat down to make a list of clothes they'd need for the coming school year after sifting through their closets to get rid of anything too small or worn out.
Canadian women taking up golf, challenging corporate stereotypes

Canadian women taking up golf, challenging corporate stereotypes

TORONTO — Gina Izumi was in her first corporate job out of university and told a male colleague her boyfriend enjoyed hitting the links.
RCMP say two 20-year-olds killed in collision on Nova Scotia Highway 14

RCMP say two 20-year-olds killed in collision on Nova Scotia Highway 14

WINDSOR FORKS, N.S. — RCMP in Nova Scotia say two people are dead following a two-vehicle crash near the community of Windsor Forks.
Federal government posts $3.62-billion surplus for April to June

Federal government posts $3.62-billion surplus for April to June

OTTAWA — The federal government posted a budgetary surplus of $3.62 billion for the first three months of its 2023-24 fiscal year, compared with a surplus of $10.20 billion in the same period a year earlier.
Growing wildfire risk puts pressure on insurance industry: experts

Growing wildfire risk puts pressure on insurance industry: experts

TORONTO — Canadian insurers are grappling with the higher risk of wildfires as this year's fire season breaks records, and experts say rising premiums are just one way the industry is seeking to adapt to the changing landscape.
Canada to join U.S. trade fight with Mexico over genetically modified corn products

Canada to join U.S. trade fight with Mexico over genetically modified corn products

WASHINGTON — Canada is siding with the United States in a burgeoning trade dispute over Mexico's restrictions on products made with genetically modified corn.
Man shot by Halifax police officer, taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Man shot by Halifax police officer, taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries

HALIFAX — A man was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after Halifax Regional Police shot him Thursday night. Police say officers responded to an alleged stabbing around 10:15 p.m. in the 100 block of Plateau Crescent.
Agent: More could be done to market Canada's soccer players, brand

Agent: More could be done to market Canada's soccer players, brand

Despite the success Canada's men's soccer team had in qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and its increased exposure from it, a high-profile agent says more could be done to promote its players.
Lions defence stresses need for communication ahead of Ticats tilt

Lions defence stresses need for communication ahead of Ticats tilt

SURREY, B.C. — Following a close loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders, the message on the B.C. Lions defence is the need for better communication.

Man killed, woman injured in shooting: Toronto police

Toronto police say one man was killed and a woman was injured in a shooting. Police say officers were called around 7:36 p.m. Thursday to the area of Northcliffe Boulevard and St. Clair Avenue after multiple reports of gunshots.