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Uber Canada rolls out changes for drivers, couriers two years after deal with union

Uber Canada rolls out changes for drivers, couriers two years after deal with union

TORONTO — Uber Canada is making several changes aimed at offering drivers and couriers more transparency about their earnings and better protection when they’re on the road. The changes include a pilot rolling out later this year that will provide B.
Argonauts sign all-star linebacker Wynton McManis to extension

Argonauts sign all-star linebacker Wynton McManis to extension

TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts have signed all-star linebacker Wynton McManis to a contract extension, the CFL team announced Friday.
Government says Vrooman leaving as chair of Canada Infrastructure Bank

Government says Vrooman leaving as chair of Canada Infrastructure Bank

OTTAWA — Tamara Vrooman is leaving her role as chair of the Canada Infrastructure Bank. Federal Infrastructure Minister Sean Fraser says Vrooman's departure after three years in the job takes effect tomorrow.

Canadian cyclist permanently banned for code of conduct violations

Cycling Canada has banned Alexander Amiri from its activities and events after an Abuse-Free Sport adjudicative panel found the road cyclist breached the organization's code of conduct.
Cap on student visas should help take pressure off soaring rents, Macklem says

Cap on student visas should help take pressure off soaring rents, Macklem says

OTTAWA — As the debate rages on about how to tackle rapidly rising housing costs, Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem says the newly announced cap on international student enrolments should help ease rent price inflation.
Canadian rugby sevens women qualify for Cup quarterfinals in Perth tournament

Canadian rugby sevens women qualify for Cup quarterfinals in Perth tournament

PERTH, Australia — The Canadian women's rugby sevens team has made the Cup quarterfinals of the HSBC Perth Sevens, bouncing back from a narrow 14-12 loss to Britain to defeat South Africa 26-7 on the first day of play Friday.
Woman found dead in Montreal's Pointe-aux-Trembles neighbourhood, man arrested

Woman found dead in Montreal's Pointe-aux-Trembles neighbourhood, man arrested

Montreal police say a man has been arrested after a woman in her 30s was found dead from an apparent stabbing in the city's east end this morning. Police did not confirm whether the two knew each other. Police say they were called at around 7:50 a.m.
Federal government posts $19.1B deficit for April to November period

Federal government posts $19.1B deficit for April to November period

OTTAWA — The federal government posted a deficit of $19.1 billion for the first eight months of its 2023-24 fiscal year. The result for the April-to-November period compared with a deficit of nearly $3.
Dabrowski, Routliffe ousted in women's doubles semifinal at Australian Open

Dabrowski, Routliffe ousted in women's doubles semifinal at Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia — Ottawa's Gabriela Dabrowski and her New Zealand playing partner Erin Routliffe were defeated 7-5, 7-5 by Lyudmyla Kichenok of Ukraine and Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia in the women's doubles semifinal at the Australian Open on Fri
De Grasse set for earlier start to Olympic year with indoor event in Kazakhstan

De Grasse set for earlier start to Olympic year with indoor event in Kazakhstan

Andre De Grasse is set for an earlier start than usual this season. The six-time Olympic medallist sprinter is competing in the 60 metres at the Astana Indoor Meeting in Kazakhstan on Saturday.