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Actor Donald Sutherland shares frustration with the Toronto Blue Jays

Actor Donald Sutherland shares frustration with the Toronto Blue Jays

Even famed Canadian actor Donald Sutherland is frustrated with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Anti-discrimination efforts falling short in public service, RCMP: auditor general

Anti-discrimination efforts falling short in public service, RCMP: auditor general

OTTAWA — Canada's efforts to combat racism and discrimination in major departments and agencies are falling short, the federal auditor general found in a scathing report released Thursday.
Carbon capture key to net-zero electricity, but federal timelines too tight: report

Carbon capture key to net-zero electricity, but federal timelines too tight: report

CALGARY — Carbon capture and storage is key to greening Canada's electricity grid, but meeting the proposed time frame laid out by the federal government will be extremely difficult based on the current state of the technology, according to a new rep

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (19,348.81, down 101.89 points): TC Energy Corp. (TSX:TRP). Energy. Down six cents, or 0.13 per cent, to $47.35 on 12.7 million shares.
U.S. and Canadian markets decline Thursday amid ongoing uncertainty over war, rates

U.S. and Canadian markets decline Thursday amid ongoing uncertainty over war, rates

Canada's main stock index lost 100 points Thursday, led lower by metals, utilities and financials, while U.S. equities also declined amid continued tightening in the bond market. U.S.
Toronto Raptors rookie Gradey Dick's music video debut with Drake happened by chance

Toronto Raptors rookie Gradey Dick's music video debut with Drake happened by chance

TORONTO — In his first ever NBA pre-season, forward Gradey Dick promised himself to put in long hours at the Toronto Raptors' training facilities and do whatever his coaches asked of him.
Lacrosse at the Olympics gives Indigenous communities a chance to see their sport shine

Lacrosse at the Olympics gives Indigenous communities a chance to see their sport shine

One of the first gifts any member of the Onondaga Nation receives is called a “crib stick” — a small lacrosse stick given to babies that symbolizes the importance of that sport to people who invented it.
Ontario legislator sends cease-and-desist letter to Premier Doug Ford

Ontario legislator sends cease-and-desist letter to Premier Doug Ford

TORONTO — A New Democrat legislator has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Ontario Premier Doug Ford over comments made about her statement on the conflict between Israel and Hamas, while the Ontario legislature debates a motion to censure her.
After two weeks, minister hasn't visited tent city outside Newfoundland legislature

After two weeks, minister hasn't visited tent city outside Newfoundland legislature

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A homeless woman living in a tent city across from Newfoundland and Labrador's legislature says it's "insulting" that the province's housing minister hasn't made his way over to the site to speak with residents.
Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile, a proving ground for Canadian athletes

Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile, a proving ground for Canadian athletes

SANTIAGO, Chile — One of three jewels in the multi-sport triple crown for a Canadian athlete is the Pan American Games. Athletes who have already worn the Maple Leaf in Olympic and Commonwealth Games want to complete the set.