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Canada's Sarah Mitton eyes more hardware at Diamond League final

Canada's Sarah Mitton eyes more hardware at Diamond League final

Sarah Mitton has her eyes set on more hardware this weekend, specifically a diamond. The Brooklyn, N.S., native will be competing in the women's shot put Diamond League final on Saturday in Eugene, Ore.
Canadians dominate PWHL coach hirings, Troy Ryan named Toronto coach

Canadians dominate PWHL coach hirings, Troy Ryan named Toronto coach

A who's who of people with roots in Canadian women's hockey were hired to step behind the benches of Professional Women's Hockey League teams in the league's inaugural season.
Three Canadians sickened in France's botulism outbreak are from Quebec: PHAC

Three Canadians sickened in France's botulism outbreak are from Quebec: PHAC

OTTAWA — The Public Health Agency of Canada has confirmed that the three Canadians who fell ill in a botulism outbreak in France are from Quebec.
Manitoba Tories promise to lift the provincial sales tax from restaurant meals

Manitoba Tories promise to lift the provincial sales tax from restaurant meals

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Progressive Conservatives are promising to remove the provincial sales tax from restaurant meals if they are re-elected on Oct. 3.
Policy gaps contributed to deadly gondola crash at Quebec's Tremblant ski resort

Policy gaps contributed to deadly gondola crash at Quebec's Tremblant ski resort

MONTREAL — A deadly collision between a gondola and a drill rig at Quebec's Mont Tremblant Ski Resort in July occurred, in part, because of incomplete procedures governing how construction equipment was to be moved on the property, a labour inspector
Oil companies can only decarbonize as fast as the rest of the economy: Shell Canada

Oil companies can only decarbonize as fast as the rest of the economy: Shell Canada

CALGARY — The fossil fuel industry is increasingly under the microscope for its contribution to climate change, but the president of British oil giant Shell's Canadian subsidiary says oil and gas companies can't be held solely responsible for the pac
Veteran defensive lineman Ja'Gared Davis returns to Ticats lineup versus Bombers

Veteran defensive lineman Ja'Gared Davis returns to Ticats lineup versus Bombers

HAMILTON — The long wait is over for Ja'Gared Davis. The veteran defensive lineman will dress Saturday for Hamilton's home game versus the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (10-3).
Canadian landscape architect Claude Cormier, designer of public spaces, dies at 63

Canadian landscape architect Claude Cormier, designer of public spaces, dies at 63

MONTREAL — Claude Cormier, a celebrated Canadian landscape architect who helped design some of Montreal and Toronto's best-known public spaces, has died at 63.
These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2023

These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2023

A wave of layoffs last year, which left thousands of Canadian workers jobless, is continuing this year as recession predictions loom and the tech sector downturn deepens.
Canada sanctions more Iran officials to mark one year since Mahsa Amini's death

Canada sanctions more Iran officials to mark one year since Mahsa Amini's death

OTTAWA — Canada is sanctioning more Iranian officials to mark the anniversary of a young woman's death that sparked global protests one year ago. Six senior regime officials are banned from entering Canada or having holdings in the country.