Canopy becomes first pot stock to join S&P/TSX 60 index, replacing Goldcorp

TORONTO — Canopy Growth Corp. will soon join the S&P/TSX 60, making it the first cannabis company to be added to the index of Canada's large-cap...

Military continues sex-misconduct fight with new guide for members, commanders

OTTAWA — The Canadian Forces have a new manual on how to respond to sexual misconduct, aiming to close many of the gaps identified...

NDP MP urges Goodale to get RCMP to investigate coerced sterilizations

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale should use all "legitimate tools" at his disposal to ensure the RCMP investigates women's allegations of forced or coerced sterilizations,...

Funding for colleges, universities, increasingly tied to performance outcomes

TORONTO — The Ontario government is putting more conditions on post-secondary funding, saying money for the province's public colleges and universities will increasingly be...

Ontario tightens purse strings, Tories don’t plan to balance books until 2023-24

TORONTO — Ontario's books won't be balanced within the Progressive Conservatives' mandate, but the government's first budget serves up an era of gradual belt-tightening...

Postmedia posts bigger Q2 loss as revenue from print operations continues decline

TORONTO — Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says it lost nearly $5.1 million in the second quarter as its revenue dropped 7.5 per cent compared with...

Brexit delay creates space for Canada, Britain to craft trade deal, envoy says

OTTAWA — The prolonged Brexit divorce from the European Union will give Britain more time to forge a proper free trade deal with Canada,...

Parents need to plan carefully if they are going to help their kids buy...

OTTAWA — Buying a home is a big step for anyone and experts say that parents looking to help their children need to make sure...

Liberals put ‘right to housing,’ anti-poverty laws into omnibus budget bill

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are using their omnibus budget bill to legislate a "right to housing" and the requirements on future government to not drop the...

Keeping Canada’s power on will require 20,000 new workers by 2022

OTTAWA — Canada's electricity providers say they need to appeal to a younger and more diverse workforce if they're going to keep the country's lights on. A...

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