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Metro seeks injunction against striking workers preventing deliveries to stores

Metro seeks injunction against striking workers preventing deliveries to stores

TORONTO — Metro Inc. is seeking an injunction against striking employees who are picketing its warehouses and preventing deliveries to stores in Ontario, the grocer said Friday.
Wages are a key issue in potential strike at Manitoba Public Insurance

Wages are a key issue in potential strike at Manitoba Public Insurance

WINNIPEG — Unionized workers at Manitoba's automobile insurance Crown corporation said Friday they were preparing for a full-scale strike on Monday morning.
Montreal English junior colleges bracing for new Quebec language law requirements

Montreal English junior colleges bracing for new Quebec language law requirements

Montreal English-language junior colleges are bracing for the year ahead as parts of Quebec's language law reform take effect, threatening financial penalties for non-compliant schools.
De Grasse sixth in men's 200 at worlds; LePage, Warner poised for decathlon medals

De Grasse sixth in men's 200 at worlds; LePage, Warner poised for decathlon medals

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Andre De Grasse is keeping his head high despite leaving this year's World Athletics Championships without any hardware.
Attempted murder charge laid in University of Waterloo triple stabbing

Attempted murder charge laid in University of Waterloo triple stabbing

WATERLOO, ONTARIO — Police say a man accused in a triple stabbing at a University of Waterloo gender studies class is now facing a charge of attempted murder.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,835.75, up 59.92 points): Toronto-Dominion Bank. (TSX:TD). Finance. Down 30 cents, or 0.37 per cent, to $80.37 on 6.3 million shares.
Woman who tried to take COVID transplant fight to Supreme Court dies

Woman who tried to take COVID transplant fight to Supreme Court dies

An Alberta woman who tried to take her fight over COVID vaccine requirements for organ transplants all the way to the Supreme Court has died. The former lawyer for Sheila Annette Lewis confirmed her death Friday. "Ms.
S&P/TSX composite up, U.S. stock markets also rise Friday after Powell speech

S&P/TSX composite up, U.S. stock markets also rise Friday after Powell speech

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index climbed on Friday, buoyed by strength in the energy sector, while U.S. markets also rose following a speech by U.S.
Hurricane centre says Franklin may pass south of Nova Scotia, close to Newfoundland

Hurricane centre says Franklin may pass south of Nova Scotia, close to Newfoundland

HALIFAX — The Canadian Hurricane Centre says tropical storm Franklin is likely to pass "well south" of Nova Scotia by the middle of next week.
Quebec physicians college says some doctors worry about reprisals after giving MAID

Quebec physicians college says some doctors worry about reprisals after giving MAID

MONTREAL — Quebec's college of physicians says some doctors in the province are afraid to perform medical aid in dying because of the threat of professional sanctions, as the number of patients seeking the procedure continues to climb.