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First vaccine against serious bacterial infection in bees approved for use in Canada

First vaccine against serious bacterial infection in bees approved for use in Canada

The first vaccine for bees has been approved for use in Canada.
Officers' actions necessary during deadly shooting, Alberta's police watchdog says

Officers' actions necessary during deadly shooting, Alberta's police watchdog says

EDMONTON — Alberta's police watchdog has cleared four Edmonton police officers involved in a deadly shooting, saying an investigation determined the their actions were necessary and reasonable.
Pink postpones two Vancouver concert dates due to respiratory illness

Pink postpones two Vancouver concert dates due to respiratory illness

TORONTO — Pop superstar Pink is postponing two Vancouver concerts this weekend as she deals with a respiratory infection. The "Trustfall" singer says she won't take the stage Friday and Saturday at Rogers Arena under her doctor's orders.
Nova Scotia hospital administrative staff vote to accept new collective agreement

Nova Scotia hospital administrative staff vote to accept new collective agreement

HALIFAX — Unionized hospital administrative staff in Nova Scotia have voted to accept a new five-year collective agreement with the province. More than 5,000 workers represented by three unions had been without a new contract since Oct. 31, 2020.
Poilievre calls on Ottawa to block RBC's $13.5B takeover of HSBC Canada

Poilievre calls on Ottawa to block RBC's $13.5B takeover of HSBC Canada

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is calling for the federal government to block Royal Bank of Canada's $13.5-billion takeover of HSBC Canada as a way to help with housing affordability.
Alberta livestock producers affected by drought to receive aid to offset costs

Alberta livestock producers affected by drought to receive aid to offset costs

CALGARY — The governments of Alberta and Canada are to provide $165 million to support livestock producers affected by drought and extreme weather conditions.
Northern Alberta RCMP lay charges against educational assistant

Northern Alberta RCMP lay charges against educational assistant

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. — RCMP in northern Alberta say an educational assistant is facing charges over an alleged inappropriate relationship with a youth. Mounties say they received a report about the alleged relationship last month.
Humana-Paredes, Wilkerson named Canada's flag-bearers for Pan Am opening ceremonies

Humana-Paredes, Wilkerson named Canada's flag-bearers for Pan Am opening ceremonies

SANTIAGO, Chile — Their first Pan American Games appearance as a beach volleyball team became extra memorable for Melissa Humana-Paredes and Brandie Wilkerson when they were named Canada's flag-bearers for Friday's opening ceremonies.
CRTC might ease Corus' Canadian content spending requirements after profit plunge

CRTC might ease Corus' Canadian content spending requirements after profit plunge

Canada's telecommunications regulator is looking to ease some Canadian content spending requirements for Corus Entertainment Inc. as the company says labour unrest in the U.S. entertainment industry and high inflation have hurt its bottom line.
CF Montreal looks to advance to MLS playoffs with road win over Crew on Decision Day

CF Montreal looks to advance to MLS playoffs with road win over Crew on Decision Day

MONTREAL — After the departure of several key players and coach of the year nominee Wilfried Nancy, and a seemingly never-ending injury crisis, the odds were against CF Montreal entering Decision Day occupying a playoff spot.