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October 19, 2017 4:39 PM Ontario politicians condemn Quebec law obliging citizens to uncover their faces

TORONTO - Ontario politicians took the unusual step today of using time in the legislature to unanimously condemn a law passed by Quebec that bans anyone from giving or receiving public services with their face covered. Premier Kathleen Wynne says Ontario and Quebec have a very close working relationship, but on this issue they fundamentally disagree 5

October 19, 2017 3:57 PM Tragically Hip’s ‘Long Time Running’ documentary to air Friday on TV

The documentary Long Time Running was originally scheduled to air on CTV in November but has been moved up to Friday. Fans will also have a chance to see a broadcast of a Secret Path concert. Tragically Hip fans mourning the death of Gord Downie will have a chance to see a new documentary about the band’s final tour and a broadcast of a Secret Path concert 5

October 19, 2017 3:50 PM Liberals drop capital-gains tax proposal amid family farm concerns

The Liberal government is dropping one of the three key elements of its controversial small-business tax proposals in response to farmers' concerns that it would harm the ability to pass on the family farm to the next generation. Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay made the announcement at a farm in the small eastern 6

October 19, 2017 1:38 PM Sears Canada liquidation sales underway across the country

Everything must go is the mantra at Sears Canada locations across the country as the one-time mainstay of Canada’s retail landscape prepares to close its doors for good. Liquidation sales at the 64-year-old department store chain began on Thursday, following an ill-fated 18-month-long in-store revival effort that failed to gain traction with consumers 5

October 19, 2017 12:39 PM Kings F Carter out multiple weeks

The Los Angeles Kings will be without Jeff Carter for multiple weeks after the two-time All-Star sustained a lower-body injury in his team's 5-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday. Carter was injured late in the first period after being hit into the boards by defenceman Jeff Petry. He left the game and did not return. According to TSN Hockey 6

October 19, 2017 12:34 PM Gord Downie remembered by man who gifted him feather

Downie was 'totally superhuman,' Don Speidel says That's the way Don Speidel remembered former Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie, who he met and gifted an eagle feather during the singer's naming ceremony with the Assembly of First Nations in December 2016. Speidel said before he met Downie, he knew the man and his band through pop culture, hearing 5

October 19, 2017 11:17 AM If NAFTA dies, old Canada-U.S. FTA would live on, right? Not so fast, Canada

WASHINGTON -- It's a refrain frequently heard in Canada: That ending NAFTA wouldn't change much in economic relations with the United States, because the countries could simply pull their older agreement off the shelf, dust it off, and persist in trade without tariffs. A few people interviewed this week disputed the idea that the original Canada-U 4

October 19, 2017 10:54 AM Families of fallen have mixed experiences with Trump, if any

WASHINGTON -- Some got sympathy and solace. Some got silence. One got a promise of cash. Relatives of people who died in military service have recounted varied interactions with U.S. President Donald Trump in the difficult days and weeks after their loved one's death. Despite Trump's boast that he reaches out personally to all families of the fallen 4

October 19, 2017 9:00 AM Sears managers, execs will still pocket big cash bonuses even though retailer is closing

Sears says the key staff are needed to help wind down its operations Sears Canada will pay a final $2.8 million in retention bonuses to 36 head office staff, even though the retailer's restructuring efforts failed and the company is closing its doors. However, Sears got court approval on Wednesday to continue paying retention bonuses to key staff such as executives 6

October 19, 2017 6:11 AM Brink's Canada, Unifor, sign tentative agreement

TORONTO – A tentative agreement has been reached between Brink’s Canada Ltd., and Unifor, to avert a strike that was due to begin Thursday. The agreements covers about 800 Brink’s workers in Ontario and another 260 in British Columbia. Unifor says details of the tentative deal will be released after ratification votes are cast in the coming days. Union 4 1