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Researchers investigate theory linking severe menopausal symptoms to dementia

Researchers investigate theory linking severe menopausal symptoms to dementia

CALGARY — A University of Calgary study is looking into whether severe symptoms of menopause can act as early warning signs for dementia. Dr.
Auger-Aliassime, Raonic win first-round matches at Rotterdam

Auger-Aliassime, Raonic win first-round matches at Rotterdam

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands — Canadians Felix Auger-Aliassime and Milos Raonic were first-round singles winners on Monday at the ABN Amro Open tennis tournament.
Canadian TV, film, music industries ask MPs for protection against AI

Canadian TV, film, music industries ask MPs for protection against AI

OTTAWA — Canada's actors, directors and musicians are sounding the alarm over artificial intelligence, saying it threatens their livelihood and reputations.
CFL free-agent period set to open after busy window negotiating period

CFL free-agent period set to open after busy window negotiating period

CFL free agency is set to open Tuesday with much of the guesswork seemingly having already been done. Many pending free agents reached agreements in principle with other teams last week during the CFL's open-window period. It began Feb.
Group says Lululemon is 'greenwashing' as emissions rise, wants competition probe

Group says Lululemon is 'greenwashing' as emissions rise, wants competition probe

VANCOUVER — A non-profit organization in British Columbia announced Monday it has asked Canada's Competition Bureau to investigate athletic-wear giant Lululemon, claiming the company is misleading customers about its environmental impacts.
Ontario to repeal wage-cap law after loss in Appeal Court

Ontario to repeal wage-cap law after loss in Appeal Court

TORONTO — Hours after the province's highest court ruled an Ontario wage-restraint law unconstitutional, Premier Doug Ford's government announced Monday that it would repeal the controversial bill in its entirety.
U.S., Joly seek clarity from Israel on Canadians taken into custody from Gaza Strip

U.S., Joly seek clarity from Israel on Canadians taken into custody from Gaza Strip

OTTAWA — American and Canadian officials say they are still trying to sort out what caused the Israeli military to take citizens from their home in the Gaza Strip.
Tory MP says he'll apologize to First Nation for 'grossly disrespectful' comments

Tory MP says he'll apologize to First Nation for 'grossly disrespectful' comments

OTTAWA — A Conservative MP says he'll apologize after facing demands that he retract comments he made last week about First Nations burning down water treatment plants because they're frustrated with the Liberals.
Conservative motion, backed by NDP, produced $40M in regulatory relief for Bell

Conservative motion, backed by NDP, produced $40M in regulatory relief for Bell

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is rejecting the idea that his party played a role in granting $40 million in regulatory relief to Bell Media.
BlackBerry says more job cuts coming this quarter as part of ongoing separation

BlackBerry says more job cuts coming this quarter as part of ongoing separation

WATERLOO, ONT. — BlackBerry Ltd. says it's taking action to streamline costs, including cutting jobs, as part of the ongoing process to separate two of its business divisions. The Waterloo, Ont.