As U.S. lowers auto emissions standards, Canada is at a fuel efficiency crossroads

TORONTO — The federal government has started to give away money to encourage people to buy electric cars, but before long it will have...

Canada’s airlines want longer runway for security-screening overhaul

OTTAWA — The federal plan to revamp Canada's air-security screening system is running into some headwinds from the major airlines, which are urging the government...

Former SNC-Lavalin director demanding shareholder vote on Highway 407 sale

TORONTO — Stephen Jarislowsky, a former director of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. and one of Canada's most outspoken investment managers, is demanding a shareholder vote...
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Alert: traffic configuration changing Monday at I-75 Business Spur in Sault Michigan

The traffic configuration is set to change in the Michigan Department of Transportation's (MDOT) work zone on the I-75 Business Spur (BS) in Sault...

Bolster no-fly list appeal process, academics and rights advocates urge senators

OTTAWA — Academics and civil liberties advocates are telling senators the Liberal government's sweeping national-security bill doesn't go far enough to protect the rights of...

MDOT lifting some spring weight restrictions on state highways in Upper Peninsula Wednesday

As of 6 a.m. Wednesday, May 1, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will lift seasonal weight restrictions from the southern Michigan border north...

Budget Announcement in Ontario a Threat to Public Transit Operations in Sault Ste. Marie:...

The President of Amalgamated Transit Union Canada says the budgetary priorities of the Conservative government of Ontario that were announced yesterday are grave threats...

Federal Court orders second WestJet employee to testify in competition probe

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Canada has ordered a second senior employee at WestJet Airlines Ltd. to testify under oath, the latest development in a predatory...
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School bus camera footage to stand alone to prosecute drivers in court

TORONTO — School bus camera footage may soon be enough to prosecute drivers who pass the stopped vehicles in Ontario. Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek says the regulatory changes...
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No Fatalities But Over 10,000 Traffic Charges Laid

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) wrapped up its provincial seat belt campaign over the Easter Long Weekend with more than 1,000 charges laid against...

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