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TSX down more than 100 points as oil drops below US$70, Bank of Canada holds rates

TSX down more than 100 points as oil drops below US$70, Bank of Canada holds rates

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was down more than 100 points on Wednesday, dragged lower by losses in energy as oil sank below US$70 a barrel, while U.S. markets were also down.
Connie Walker's Pulitzer-winning podcast 'Stolen' won't be renewed on Spotify

Connie Walker's Pulitzer-winning podcast 'Stolen' won't be renewed on Spotify

Canadian journalist Connie Walker says she'd love to find a new home for her Pulitzer Prize-winning podcast after Spotify decided not to renew it. "Stolen: Surviving St.
Jacques Martin returns to Senators as senior adviser to coaching staff

Jacques Martin returns to Senators as senior adviser to coaching staff

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators are turning to their history in hopes of securing a brighter future. The Senators announced Wednesday that former head coach Jacques Martin is joining D.J. Smith's staff as a senior adviser.
Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer charged with assault after OPP investigation

Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer charged with assault after OPP investigation

THUNDER BAY, Ont. — A Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer is facing charges after an investigation by provincial police.
Ottawa gives Newfoundland and Labrador more control over offshore wind power projects

Ottawa gives Newfoundland and Labrador more control over offshore wind power projects

OTTAWA — The federal government is stepping out of the regulatory process for some offshore wind power on Canada’s east coast in an effort to reduce red tape and speed up development.
Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim moves to axe city's elected Park Board

Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim moves to axe city's elected Park Board

VANCOUVER — Mayor Ken Sim says he's moving to abolish Vancouver's elected Park Board, which is the only such body in any Canadian city.
Environmentalists pin satirical Fossil of the Day award on Alberta at climate meeting

Environmentalists pin satirical Fossil of the Day award on Alberta at climate meeting

A global network of environmental groups has given Alberta the rare distinction of being named Fossil of the Day at climate meetings in Dubai.
Changes to G class driving test done without full review, may have risked safety: AG

Changes to G class driving test done without full review, may have risked safety: AG

Ontario's acting auditor general says the province's removal of three-point turns, parallel parking and other requirements from G class driving tests was done without a full review and may have impacted road safety.
Degrassi lands three-part docuseries that will school fans in its enduring legacy

Degrassi lands three-part docuseries that will school fans in its enduring legacy

TORONTO — Production is underway on a three-part documentary that promises a crash course on the history of Degrassi. WildBrain Ltd.
Coroner's inquest hears from correctional officer who had Soleiman Faqiri filmed

Coroner's inquest hears from correctional officer who had Soleiman Faqiri filmed

TORONTO — A former correctional officer testifying at a coroner's inquest into the death of a mentally ill man at an Ontario jail on Wednesday recalled getting an "incredibly bad sinking feeling" as soon as he saw the man in his segregation cell.