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  • Ontario economy outpacing G7 nations, finance minister says

    October 16, 2017 3:10 PM 6

    Ontario’s economy is growing at a healthy clip, according to the province’s second quarterly public accounts. Ontario’s economy is growing at a healthy clip, outpacing all G7 nations, according to the province’s second quarterly public accounts. From April to June, gross domestic product increased 0.8 per cent, which followed a 1 per cent increase in the first

  • Woman shot and killed overnight, 7th homicide in Hamilton this year

    October 16, 2017 12:52 PM 8

    An overnight shooting near Lottridge Street South and Barton Street, northwest of Tim Hortons Field, left a woman dead. It was the seventh homicide in Hamilton so far this year. Police homicide detectives are investigating and police are working to notify the victim's family. Police investigated after a person was shot and killed overnight near Barton

  • Power restored to 97 per cent of customers after widespread outage

    October 16, 2017 12:16 PM 6

    Toronto Hydro confirms that power has been restored to about 97 per cent of customers impacted by Sunday’s outage. At the height of the outage, about 25,000 customers were without electricity in areas across Toronto. “Crews have been working overnight,” Toronto Hydro spokesperson Mallory Cunnington told CP24 Monday morning. “There is pockets of outages

  • Ottawa to cut small business tax rate to 9%

    October 16, 2017 12:15 PM 9

    New plan to reduce the rate from 10.5% will be detailed this morning Ottawa will announce plans today to cut the small business tax rate from 10.5 per cent to nine per cent on Monday, CBC News has confirmed, as it attempts to quell a backlash to proposed tax reforms that have stung the Trudeau government. The new plan will be presented at a national

  • Mohawk College faculty on strike: What you need to know

    October 16, 2017 12:03 PM 14

    'No student in an Ontario college has ever lost their year due to a strike': Mohawk College A province-wide strike among Ontario public college faculty has shut down classes and apprenticeship programs at Mohawk College in Hamilton and Niagara College. Negotiations between their union and the group representing management failed Sunday evening, the Ontario

  • Province-wide professor strike affects 12,000 students in the northeast

    October 16, 2017 9:49 AM 11

    Classes cancelled at Cambrian, Boreal, Sault, Canadore and Northern colleges Some 12,000 students across northeastern Ontario won't be class today with a province-wide strike by college professors. A strike began at 12:01 Monday after talks broke off between the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, representing 12,000 college faculty, and the College

  • Fanshawe students stuck in the middle as college faculty walk off the job

    October 16, 2017 9:11 AM 11

    Classes have been cancelled for more than 500-thousand students at Ontario's 24 public colleges after faculty walked off the job early Monday. A bargaining group that represents the colleges rejected the latest demands put forward by the union representing professors, instructors and librarians. In London, Fanshawe College students have found themselves

  • Calgary mayoralty race most high-profile in Alberta municipal elections

    October 16, 2017 8:17 AM 8

    CALGARY - Municipal elections are being held in Alberta today and the race for the mayor's chair in Calgary is drawing the most attention. Naheed Nenshi is seeking his third term, but a victory is far from guaranteed. Nenshi was the first Muslim mayor of a major North American city when he was first elected in 2010, and his popularity and affable style

  • Ontario college staff on strike

    October 16, 2017 7:31 AM 11

    Classes are cancelled at Algonquin College and La Cite Collegiale today as faculty members begin strike action. The Ontario Public Service Employees Union announced 12,000 professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians began strike action at 12:01 a.m. Monday after a deal was not reached. "Unfortunately, Council refused to agree on even the no-cost

  • Ontario college faculty goes on strike Monday after final offer rejected

    October 16, 2017 1:50 AM 7

    More than 12,000 college employees will hit the picket lines on Monday after group representing college management rejected the union’s final offer. The union representing Ontario college faculty and the group representing the management failed to reach an agreement on Sunday, cancelling college classes on Monday. The Ontario Public Service Employees