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Newfoundland RCMP officer charged with assault after airport altercation

Newfoundland RCMP officer charged with assault after airport altercation

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador's police watchdog agency says it has charged an RCMP officer with assault.
N.S. housing crunch must be treated as 'once-in-a-generation challenge': industry

N.S. housing crunch must be treated as 'once-in-a-generation challenge': industry

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's housing shortage is a generational challenge that must be met with effort similar to what was needed to rebuild after the Halifax explosion, says the head of the province's construction association.
Ontario to mandate lessons in Grade 10 history course on Holodomor Ukrainian famine

Ontario to mandate lessons in Grade 10 history course on Holodomor Ukrainian famine

TORONTO — Grade 10 students in Ontario will get mandatory education on the Holodomor famine in Ukraine and its impact on the community in Canada as part of their Canadian history course.
Biggest mistakes that could tarnish, or even tank, your credit rating

Biggest mistakes that could tarnish, or even tank, your credit rating

Before reaching financial milestones such as a car, home, or savings account, a credit rating might be the only thing young people own.
Pipeline company TC Energy raises growth outlook for 2023

Pipeline company TC Energy raises growth outlook for 2023

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. is raising its financial guidance for the year. The company says it now expects its comparable earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization for 2023 to be up about eight per cent from 2022.
Canada Goose buys European knitwear supplier Paola Confectii

Canada Goose buys European knitwear supplier Paola Confectii

TORONTO — Canada Goose Holdings Inc. says it has acquired a long-standing knitwear supplier and its European manufacturing facility. Financial terms of the deal for the operating assets of Paola Confectii Manufacturing were not immediately available.
In the news today: Truce extended in Gaza, raising hopes for further extensions

In the news today: Truce extended in Gaza, raising hopes for further extensions

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Here's what you need to know about Canada's priorities and challenges ahead of COP28

Here's what you need to know about Canada's priorities and challenges ahead of COP28

TORONTO — Canada’s image at the world’s signature climate negotiations could be complicated by infighting, some observers fear, as two of the federal government's ardent critics at the provincial level look to capture attention at the United Nations
Weegar scores in OT as Flames burn Knights 2-1

Weegar scores in OT as Flames burn Knights 2-1

CALGARY — Bailed out by his goaltender after a third period giveaway, MacKenzie Weegar paid Dan Vladar back by securing him the win.

WHL roundup: Cougars clip Silvertips 3-1 in battle of goalies

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Terik Parascak, Bauer Dumanski and Zac Funk all scored as the Prince George Cougars defeated the visiting Everett Silvertips 3-1 in Western Hockey League action on Monday night at the CN Centre. The Cougars, who lead the B.C.