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Two more belugas dead at Marineland, bringing total whale deaths to 17 since 2019

Two more belugas dead at Marineland, bringing total whale deaths to 17 since 2019

Two more beluga whales have died at Marineland, bringing the total number of whale deaths since 2019 to 17. Ontario's Animal Welfare Services has been investigating the Niagara Falls tourist attraction since 2020.
Hundreds of Art Gallery of Ontario workers on strike after rejecting contract offer

Hundreds of Art Gallery of Ontario workers on strike after rejecting contract offer

TORONTO — More than 400 Art Gallery of Ontario employees are on strike, after union members voted to reject the museum's latest contract offer.
Spring snowfall warning issued for Thunder Bay, northern Ontario

Spring snowfall warning issued for Thunder Bay, northern Ontario

It's spring, but a winter-like heavy snowfall is expected in Thunder Bay, Ont., and vast areas across northern Ontario on the second day of a three-day storm system rolling through the region.
Enbridge joint venture to connect Permian Basin natural gas to U.S. Gulf Coast

Enbridge joint venture to connect Permian Basin natural gas to U.S. Gulf Coast

CALGARY — Pipeline giant Enbridge Inc. has signed a deal to form a joint venture to help connect Permian Basin natural gas to liquefied natural gas export terminals on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Quebecers warned that new language rules could lead to fewer products, higher prices

Quebecers warned that new language rules could lead to fewer products, higher prices

MONTREAL — Popular consumer products risk disappearing from stores across Quebec — and those that remain could be more expensive — because of the province's French-language reform, says an association that represents thousands of foreign businesses.
Environment Canada issues dust advisory for central and northern B.C.

Environment Canada issues dust advisory for central and northern B.C.

HOUSTON, B.C. — Environment Canada has added a dust advisories for a large section of central and northern British Columbia in response to "high concentrations of coarse particulate matter" that it says is most prominent near busy roads.
Need to improve Canadian productivity has reached emergency level, BoC official says

Need to improve Canadian productivity has reached emergency level, BoC official says

HALIFAX — A senior Bank of Canada official says the need to improve productivity has reached an emergency level as the economy faces a future where inflation may be more of a threat than in the past few decades.
Canadian National Railway Co. releases new Indigenous relations policy

Canadian National Railway Co. releases new Indigenous relations policy

MONTREAL — Canadian National Railway Co. has released a new Indigenous relations policy for the railway months after its advisory council of prominent Indigenous leaders resigned en masse.
Luxury parka maker Canada Goose laying off 17% of corporate staff

Luxury parka maker Canada Goose laying off 17% of corporate staff

TORONTO — Canada Goose Holdings Inc. says it is laying off 17 per cent of its global corporate workforce.
Forced-labour watchdog cites B.C. mining company, who says claims are nonsensical

Forced-labour watchdog cites B.C. mining company, who says claims are nonsensical

Ottawa's corporate-ethics watchdog says a Vancouver-based mining company has allowed forced labour at its gold mine in the Xinjiang region of China, even though the firm lost control of the project before the alleged slavery took place.