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February 20, 2018 12:52 PM Trudeau announces $1B investment deal with India

Deal covering a range of sectors will create 5,800 jobs in Canada, PMO says Canada and India have secured a two-way investment deal worth $1 billion covering a range of sectors from natural health products to artificial intelligence. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement on Tuesday in Mumbai during his trade trip to India. Canadian and private 25

February 18, 2018 8:17 AM Dozens feared dead after plane crashes in Iran

Country has seen a spate of deadly aviation accidents in recent years An Iranian commercial airplane brought back into service only months ago after being grounded for seven years crashed on Sunday in a foggy, mountainous region of southern Iran, and officials said they feared all 65 people on board were killed. The crash of the Aseman Airlines ATR-72 marks 41

February 17, 2018 1:10 AM EPA head Scott Pruitt billed taxpayers nearly $200,000 in travel over 6 months

Trump's Environmental Protection Agency administrator said a “toxic environment politically” required his first-class travel and protection from a 24-hour security detail. SAN FRANCISCO—Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt and staffers billed taxpayers nearly $200,000 (U.S.) for his trips over six months last year, according to travel 12

February 16, 2018 8:04 PM Canada won't act in 'impulsive way' in response to U.S. tax cuts: Morneau

Morneau to deliver his next budget on Feb. 27 The Liberal government will not "act in an impulsive way" in response to U.S. corporate tax cuts that economists say pose a threat to Canada's competitiveness, the federal finance minister said after a pre-budget meeting Friday. Bill Morneau said the government is conducting careful analysis in connection 24

February 14, 2018 7:29 PM Questions remain after Prentice grounds Alberta’s fleet

EDMONTON - Alberta’s taxpayer-funded fleet will be grounded by early December, a government source says, but it may be much longer before the actual costs of the move are known. The decision to scrap Alberta’s controversial taxpayer-funded fleet came on Sept. 16, shortly after Jim Prentice was sworn in as premier. Since then, the fleet hasn’t been used by government 37

February 13, 2018 5:57 PM Toronto's new property tax subclass is a limited gesture but a first step toward the city we want

So it’s finally here, not exactly as hoped, ever so slightly diminished and on a short, one-year leash, but the city’s newly minted creative co-location property tax subclass is a landmark acknowledgement by our local government of what we’ve all watched helplessly for a decade or more: that the vast chasm that yawed open between what the market would 17

February 12, 2018 7:22 PM Supermarket chain stirs passion, outrage with World War I advertisement

LONDON - Artillery booms. A trench comes into view. Soldiers huddle into their overcoats for warmth. The scene is the unlikely backdrop for a holiday commercial that has many Britons reaching for hankies — and others demanding it be pulled from the air. The 3-minute, 40-second mini-movie from the Sainsbury's grocery chain depicts the 1914 Christmas Truce 28

February 11, 2018 2:01 PM Russian plane carrying 71 crashes near Moscow

Regional jet had disappeared from radar screens shortly after takeoff A Russian passenger plane believed to be carrying 71 people crashed Sunday afternoon near Moscow, shortly after takeoff from one of the city's airports. No survivors were immediately reported. The An-148 regional jet disappeared from radar screens a few minutes after departing from Domodedovo 29

February 5, 2018 8:17 PM Fairfax acquires some Carillion Canada assets

Deal involves facilities management business, which provides services to airports, commercial and retail properties, defence facilities, health care facilities and oil, gas and mining clients. Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. has signed a deal to buy part of Carillion Canada, which filed for court protection from creditors last month. Under the transaction 21

February 3, 2018 12:32 AM Diplomatic immunity doesn't cover rent, judge rules

U.S. Embassy employee had argued she was exempt from earlier order to pay up Diplomatic immunity doesn't apply to rent bills, according to an Ontario Superior Court justice who on Friday sided with an Ottawa landlord in an unusual legal spat over a luxury townhouse. Last year, Rolf Baumann got a judgment from the Landlord and Tenant Board requiring Betsy 13