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Canada terror rules unchanged as Afghans face humanitarian crisis and winter looms

Canada terror rules unchanged as Afghans face humanitarian crisis and winter looms

OTTAWA — Opposition parties and aid groups say the Trudeau government is dragging its feet in carving out exemptions to anti-terrorism laws to allow humanitarian groups to reach desperate people in Afghanistan.
Wave of retirement hits Canadian workforce as healthcare, education lose workers

Wave of retirement hits Canadian workforce as healthcare, education lose workers

TORONTO — Canada is facing a wave of retirements driven by workers in high-pressure sectors, with an increasing number retiring before they turn 65.
Uber files to dismiss complaint by CUPW at Ontario Labour Relations Board

Uber files to dismiss complaint by CUPW at Ontario Labour Relations Board

TORONTO — Uber Technologies Inc. has filed to dismiss a complaint by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers at the Ontario Labour Relations Board about a deal the tech giant reached with another union.
Russia to annex more of Ukraine on Friday at the Kremlin

Russia to annex more of Ukraine on Friday at the Kremlin

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia planned to annex more of Ukraine on Friday in an escalation of the seven-month war that was expected to isolate the Kremlin further, draw more international punishment and bring Ukraine extra military, political and econom

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 (18,441.84, down 207.08 points) TC Energy Corp. (TSX:TRP). Energy. Down $1.50, or 2.59 per cent, to $56.47 on 7.9 million shares.
S&P/TSX composite swings back to losses, ends down more than 200 points

S&P/TSX composite swings back to losses, ends down more than 200 points

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index ended down more than 1.1 per cent in broad-based declines on continued economic growth concerns, while U.S. stock markets also fell. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 207.08 points at 18,441.
Chloe goes for pared-down 1970s, riffing on disco in Paris

Chloe goes for pared-down 1970s, riffing on disco in Paris

PARIS (AP) — Chloe — the house that invented ready-to-wear — got almost ready-to-dance at Thursday’s installment of Paris Fashion Week as designer Gabriela Hearst developed disco fever, cracking open strobe lighting, colored 1970s disc motifs and gru
WestJet sets sights on low-cost leisure with purchase of 42 more airplanes

WestJet sets sights on low-cost leisure with purchase of 42 more airplanes

WestJet is making a substantial addition to its fleet with the purchase of 42 aircraft as the airline plans to expand its low-cost offerings, with plans to add routes to sun destinations from cities across Canada.
Relationship breaks down between Torstar owners, one seeks order to wind up company

Relationship breaks down between Torstar owners, one seeks order to wind up company

TORONTO — One of the owners of Torstar Corp. is seeking a court order to wind up the media company, citing "irreparable" damage to the relationship with his business partner. Paul Rivett, one of the owners of Nordstar Capital Inc.
Gas prices up in some cities across Canada by as much as 19 cents

Gas prices up in some cities across Canada by as much as 19 cents

TORONTO — Gas prices jumped overnight in some cities across Canada, in many cases by around ten cents a litre, and by almost 20 cents in one city. The price of gas on Thursday was up nationally by just over three cents on average at $1.