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Fed bank can finance cross-border projects

OTTAWA — A new federal agency designed to fuse public and private…

IBD in children under 5 on rise in Canada: study

TORONTO — Canada has one of the highest rates of pediatric inflammatory…

Indochino CEO says he is eyeing IPO

TORONTO — Indochino is mulling over the idea of an initial public…

Julien defends goal-less Pacioretty

BROSSARD, Que. — Montreal Canadiens coach Claude Julien talked about keeping things…

More products added to flour recall list

OTTAWA — A national recall of flour due to E. coli contamination,…

Oilers need to contain Sharks’ stars

SAN JOSE, Calif. — There’s a hockey adage that to win the…

Raptors need to find another level in Milwaukee

TORONTO — After a tense start to their first-round playoff series with…

Riders cut Cox for alleged domestic violence

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders have released defensive back Justin Cox over…

Brace for automation’s side effects: bank

Brace for automation’s side effects: bank

OTTAWA — A senior Bank of Canada official says while the country’s…

Brace for automation’s side effects: bank

CBC to defend against Subway lawsuit

TORONTO — Subway has filed a defamation lawsuit against the CBC over…

Lowry lifts Raptors to Game 2 win over Bucks

Lowry lifts Raptors to Game 2 win over Bucks

Raptors 106 Bucks 100 TORONTO — Three nights after a horrible outing…

Lowry lifts Raptors to Game 2 win over Bucks
Lowry lifts Raptors to Game 2 win over Bucks

Lowry lifts Raptors to Game 2 win over Bucks

Raptors 106 Bucks 100 TORONTO — Three nights after a horrible outing…

Lowry lifts Raptors to Game 2 win over Bucks
No housing measures that could boost demand: Morneau

No housing measures that could boost demand: Morneau

TORONTO — Three levels of government facing a red-hot housing market in…

No housing measures that could boost demand: Morneau

Parkland to buy Chevron fuel assets for $1.5B

CALGARY — Parkland Fuel Corp. (TSX:PKI) says it will pay $1.46 billion…

Q&A: Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara on her activist voice

Q&A: Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara on her activist voice

TORONTO — Twin sisters Tegan and Sara are putting their names behind…

Q&A: Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara on her activist voice

Senators expecting determined Bruins squad

BOSTON — The more intense the Ottawa Senators-Boston Bruins series becomes, the…

Trump takes direct aim at Canadian dairy

Trump takes direct aim at Canadian dairy

OTTAWA — A simmering trade dispute between Canadian and American milk producers…

Trump takes direct aim at Canadian dairy

U.S. told to reconsider glossy paper duties

HALIFAX — A NAFTA review panel has unanimously ordered the U.S. Department…

The Northern Ontario reserve of Kaschechewan is seen in this undated handout aerial photo. An evacuation due to flooding fears is underway at a remote First Nation community in northern Ontario.Area MP Charlie Angus says 325 people from Kashechewan First Nation flew to Kapuskasing, Ont., on Sunday and another 200 are expected to leave the community Monday as ice breaks up north of the community along the Albany River.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO- Kashechewan Reserve

Evacuation underway in Ontario First Nation

Major ice jams upriver threaten to flood the community

The Northern Ontario reserve of Kaschechewan is seen in this undated handout aerial photo. An evacuation due to flooding fears is underway at a remote First Nation community in northern Ontario.Area MP Charlie Angus says 325 people from Kashechewan First Nation flew to Kapuskasing, Ont., on Sunday and another 200 are expected to leave the community Monday as ice breaks up north of the community along the Albany River.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO- Kashechewan Reserve
A mock IED is shown in this undated handout photo. A 58-year-old American man was charged Thursday after a security breach at Canada’s busiest airport that caused lengthy delays for a group of passengers. Police said Joseph Galaska is charged with one count of mischief after officials found what they believed to be an improvised explosive device in the man’s suitcase. Police said tests determined the device was not explosive. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - U.S. Customs and Border Protection

U.S. customs releases photo of mock IED

Item discovered during an inspection at the airport’s pre-clearance area

A mock IED is shown in this undated handout photo. A 58-year-old American man was charged Thursday after a security breach at Canada’s busiest airport that caused lengthy delays for a group of passengers. Police said Joseph Galaska is charged with one count of mischief after officials found what they believed to be an improvised explosive device in the man’s suitcase. Police said tests determined the device was not explosive. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - U.S. Customs and Border Protection