Some Canadian media organizations ready to cope with Facebook’s changes to feeds

Some members of Canada's media industry say they expect to be able to weather the potential setback created by the latest change to Facebook's...

Wannabe rabbit and cat cuddlers inundate City of Toronto with applications

Toronto Animal Services says it has been overwhelmed by responses to its call for rabbit and cat cuddlers and is no longer looking for...

Winter Olympics host options limited by warming planet, research says

OTTAWA — Climate change could turn out to be the Winter Olympics' biggest spoil sport. A research study led by geography professor Daniel Scott at the University...

Iconic Sam the Record Man sign shines again in Toronto after more than a...

Toronto's iconic Sam the Record Man sign is shining again a month after crews installed it at its new home above a busy downtown...

No smoke alarms in Oshawa, Ont., home where blaze killed 4: fire investigator

There were no working smoke alarms in a southern Ontario home where four people were killed in a fire this week, an investigator said Wednesday,...

Officials issue blood-infection warning to London, Ont. Cali Nails customers

Public health officials are warning customers of a nail salon in London, Ont., that they may have been exposed to blood-borne infections after a client tested...

Canada launches global trade complaint against U.S. over use of duties

WASHINGTON — Canada has launched a wide-ranging attack against American trade practices in a broad international complaint over that country's use of punitive duties —...

Rising minimum wages could speed up automation not relocations: labour leaders

MONTREAL — Companies might not be able to dodge rising minimum wages by relocating even their most mobile workforces to lower wage provinces, but higher costs could accelerate the pace of automation. "It...

Ontario delays release of report on elevators pending ‘plan of action’

TORONTO — The Ontario government is delaying the release of a consultancy report on elevators commissioned by the province's safety authority last spring and delivered...

Victim of house fire in rural Nova Scotia emerges from coma: relative

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia man has been brought out of an induced coma, two days after a fast-moving house fire killed most of his...

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