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Thunder Bay police chief vows to rebuild eroding trust after ex-chief arrested

Thunder Bay police chief vows to rebuild eroding trust after ex-chief arrested

Criminal charges against the former Thunder Bay police chief and other high-ranking members have sown further doubt in the credibility of the embattled force in northern Ontario, its current leaders acknowledged Monday as they vowed to rebuild confid
Maple Leafs star Matthews soars towards rarefied air with 70-goal quest

Maple Leafs star Matthews soars towards rarefied air with 70-goal quest

Auston Matthews is on the verge of entering rarefied air in pursuit of 70 goals this season. Matthews is currently one goal shy of the mark, with his Toronto Maple Leafs having two games remaining on the regular-season schedule.
Joly to Israel: 'Take the win' in thwarting Iran's weekend attack, don't retaliate

Joly to Israel: 'Take the win' in thwarting Iran's weekend attack, don't retaliate

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly says she's urging Israel to help de-escalate mounting conflicts in the Middle East by not bombing Iran in retaliation for this weekend's thwarted airstrikes.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,740.20, down 159.79 points): TC Energy Corp. (TSX:TRP). Energy. Down 13 cents, or 0.26 per cent, to $49.60 on 10.4 million shares.
Defence lawyer for accused in terrorism case wants charges stayed due to court delays

Defence lawyer for accused in terrorism case wants charges stayed due to court delays

CALGARY — The lawyer for a Calgary man accused of committing terrorism offences over a decade ago argues charges should be stayed because of court delays.
Saskatchewan promises money for Mounties if RCMP can recruit officers

Saskatchewan promises money for Mounties if RCMP can recruit officers

SASKATOON — Saskatchewan and the RCMP have inked a deal that would see the province fund hundreds more officers if Mounties can recruit to fill those positions.
TSX down 160 points as energy stocks move lower, U.S. markets continue to fall

TSX down 160 points as energy stocks move lower, U.S. markets continue to fall

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index lost almost 160 points on Monday, weighed down by weakness in energy stocks, while U.S. markets also fell, led by a 1.8 per cent drop on the Nasdaq.
Toothpicks offer calm, tranquillity for Argos veteran linebacker Wynton McManis

Toothpicks offer calm, tranquillity for Argos veteran linebacker Wynton McManis

It's as much a part of Wynton McManis as his infectious smile and gregarious nature. No matter where the Toronto Argonauts veteran linebacker goes, he always has a toothpick. If it's not in his mouth, it's often tucked behind his ear.
Here's what the Liberals have promised will be in the federal budget on Tuesday

Here's what the Liberals have promised will be in the federal budget on Tuesday

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is set to present the federal budget on Tuesday after a countrywide tour that teased many of the housing and affordability measures to be included in the document.
Halifax police arrest 21 people during street protest about Israel-Hamas war

Halifax police arrest 21 people during street protest about Israel-Hamas war

HALIFAX — Police in downtown Halifax arrested 21 protesters Monday after they blocked traffic during a demonstration about the war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.