Hamilton Tiger-Cats headed to the Grey Cup

Hamilton Tiger-Cats headed to the Grey Cup

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats continue their dream season, heading to the Grey Cup after defeating the Edmonton Eskimos 36-16 in the CFL Eastern Final. Hamilton last won the CFL championship in 1999.
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Poloz says global growth to remain slow, low global interest rates likely

Poloz says global growth to remain slow, low global interest rates likely

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said Thursday the global economy appears set for continued slow growth, for mostly structural reasons, and that means low global interest rates are likely to persist too. Speaking to the Empire Club in Toronto...
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MPs, Senators react to Scheer's resignation as Conservative Leader

MPs, Senators react to Scheer's resignation as Conservative Leader

After rejecting calls for his resignation from within his party for weeks, federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced Thursday that he will step down as soon as his party chooses a successor. Conservative MPs and senators had mixed reacti...
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Salmonella outbreak in six provinces linked to snakes and rodents

Salmonella outbreak in six provinces linked to snakes and rodents

A salmonella outbreak in six Canadian provinces has been linked to contact with pet snakes and rodents. A notice issued this week counts 92 cases of illness reported between April 2017 and October 2019. The Public Health Agency of Canada says expo...
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Scheer announces resignation as Conservative leader

Scheer announces resignation as Conservative leader

Andrew Scheer stood in the House of Commons Thursday to announce he is stepping down as Conservative leader. Scheer says he will support whoever is chosen as his successor and promises that person will have the backing of Conservative MPs. Scheer ...
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Gerry Dee on his dream role on 'Family Feud Canada'

Gerry Dee on his dream role on 'Family Feud Canada'

Gerry Dee says he has “pinch-me moments” these days on the set of CBC’s “Family Feud Canada.” The standup comedy star of TV’s “Mr. D” fame used to watch the original “Family Feud” as a kid and now can’t believe he’s hosting the Canadian version
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Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators were at the scene of a deadly airplane crash on Vancouver Island looking for answers. Investigators would only say there were multiple deaths and no survivors.
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Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators were at the scene of a deadly airplane crash on Vancouver Island looking for answers. Investigators would only say there were multiple deaths and no survivors.
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Demonstrators sing protest carols as Alberta opens its energy war room

Demonstrators sing protest carols as Alberta opens its energy war room

The Alberta government has launched the Canadian Energy Centre, a war room meant to challenge oil and gas industry critics. Outside the announcement, protesters sang about climate change to the tune of Christmas carols.
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Partisan shouts drown out Trudeau over USMCA questions

Partisan shouts drown out Trudeau over USMCA questions

Speaker Anthony Rota has to intervene in question period as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces pointed questions from Conservative foreign affairs critic Erin O’Toole about the effects the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement will have on Canada...
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Economic worries drive Conservative call for fiscal update from Liberals

Economic worries drive Conservative call for fiscal update from Liberals

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer cites concerns about the economic headwinds facing the country as part of a request to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that the government release a fiscal update before the end of the week. Trudeau says the Liberal...
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Scheer, Trudeau spar over USMCA on cusp of approving trade pact

Scheer, Trudeau spar over USMCA on cusp of approving trade pact

The federal government faces questions in the House of Commons about the newly signed North American free trade deal. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer asks Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about what the government acquiesced on to win American supp...
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Family of man detained in Egypt urges Champagne to help bring him home

Family of man detained in Egypt urges Champagne to help bring him home

Yasser Ahmed Albaz, a 51-year-old man from Oakville, Ont., has been in a Cairo prison since he was detained at the airport as he was about to come home from a business trip earlier this year. His family and supporters are urging Foreign Affairs Mi...
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Freeland says new NAFTA in Canada's best interest

Freeland says new NAFTA in Canada's best interest

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says she hopes Parliament will be able to ratify the new North American free trade pact as soon as possible. Opposition parties however are still waiting to see the full text of the modified agreement before...
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Farmers could fight climate change: report

Farmers could fight climate change: report

A national agriculture group says farming needs to change to help save the climate and the industry. The National Farmers Union says in a report that old-fashioned mixed farming needs to be combined with the latest information technology. It sugge...
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High school teachers picket during one-day strike in Toronto

High school teachers picket during one-day strike in Toronto

High school teachers at nine Ontario school boards walked off the job on Wednesday for a one-day strike as their union negotiates a new contract with the government. A similar job action closed all high schools — and many elementary schools — last...
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Bill to ratify new North American trade deal coming in short order: Trudeau

Bill to ratify new North American trade deal coming in short order: Trudeau

Justin Trudeau says he has given his personal assurance to the leaders of Mexico and the United States that his government will move quickly to approve the updated continental trade pact. The prime minister says his government is looking at the pa...
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Morneau says new NAFTA deal will bring trade stability

Morneau says new NAFTA deal will bring trade stability

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the new North American trade deal will bring stability as the government watches the economy for signs of trouble. The U.S., Mexico and Canada put the final touches on the renewed deal Tuesday to soothe concerns ...
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Pricey Christmas trees 10 years in the making

Pricey Christmas trees 10 years in the making

Consumers on the hunt for a Christmas tree are facing pricier options due to a shortage of trees that can be traced back to the 2008 financial crisis. The Great Recession put thousands of American Christmas tree farmers out of business, resulting ...
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Greta Thunberg named Time Person of the Year

Greta Thunberg named Time Person of the Year

Greta Thunberg has been named Time magazine's Person of the Year. The 16-year-old Swedish climate change activist is the youngest person to receive the title. Time editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal revealed the news Wednesday. Time selects their w...
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Alberta Premier says next few weeks crucial in provincial-federal relations

Alberta Premier says next few weeks crucial in provincial-federal relations

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney spent nearly an hour with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, attempting to secure change in several areas key to the Alberta economy. He says the next few weeks will be crucial when it comes to whether the federal governme...
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First commercial e-plane lands test flight in B.C.

First commercial e-plane lands test flight in B.C.

British Columbia seaplane company Harbour Air lands the first test flight for a commercial electric plane. CEO Greg McDougall spoke to media and guests in the hangar after the flight, alongside Roei Ganzarski, CEO of Seattle-based engineering firm...
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Halifax agrees to contribute $20M toward construction of stadium for CFL team

Halifax agrees to contribute $20M toward construction of stadium for CFL team

Halifax council voted to move ahead with a stadium project by a business group hoping to land a CFL franchise for the East Coast city. Council voted 10 to 7 to accept a staff recommendation of a one-time $20-million contribution toward constructio...
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'Not engaging doesn't change anything,' Nova Scotia premier says of China

'Not engaging doesn't change anything,' Nova Scotia premier says of China

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says he looks forward to continuing to build economic ties between his province and China, even though he opposes that country's ongoing detention of two Canadian citizens. Last week, Nova Scotia announced it wou...
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No deal ahead of one-day teachers strike as rhetoric ramps up

No deal ahead of one-day teachers strike as rhetoric ramps up

The president of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation says there is almost no chance to avoid a one-day strike set for Wednesday. Harvey Bischof says Education Minister Stephen Lecce is ratcheting up rhetoric around the tense talks in...
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