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...

Man charged in Kansas police swatting case also faces charges in Calgary

CALGARY — A Los Angeles man accused in a hoax that led to Kansas police shooting a man last month has also been charged by Calgary...

Canada doesn’t get a good business review from Amazon exec

Canadian businesses are slower to adopt new technology than their European and American counterparts, according to Canada's head of Amazon Web Services. The e-commerce giant has noticed it takes more...

Medical, dental coverage ‘interrupted’ for hundreds paid through Phoenix

OTTAWA — The federal government says several hundred civil servants had their medical or dental benefits temporarily cut off as a result of ongoing...

Sharks players name Winnipeg worst NHL city to play in during video

Some members of the San Jose Sharks aren't too fond of Manitoba's capital. In a video posted on the Sharks on NBC Sports California Twitter...
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Loblaw places restrictions on gift card offer after bread price-fixing scheme

VANCOUVER — Loblaw Companies Ltd. says people who receive a $25 gift card intended as a goodwill gesture in light of the company's participation...

Ethics watchdog clears finance minister on timing of 2015 stock sale

OTTAWA — The federal ethics commissioner has cleared Finance Minister Bill Morneau of allegations that he and his father benefited from insider information to save...

‘Wicked nightmare:’ Man avoids trial, pleads guilty to triple murder

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Family members of three murder victims stabbed a total of 244 times in a bloody attack at a townhouse say they will never...

Ontario to crack down on companies breaking the law to cope with minimum wage

TORONTO — Ontario is vowing to crack down on companies that break the labour laws as they try to offset the added costs of a higher minimum wage,...

CRTC urged to hold public inquiry into telecom industry’s sales tactics

OTTAWA — The CRTC is being urged to hold a public inquiry into the sales practices of the country's major telecommunications service providers. The formal...

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