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Ontario issues order to company on benzene emissions

Ontario issues order to company on benzene emissions

TORONTO — Ontario's environment ministry has ordered a Sarnia-area chemical company to get its benzene emissions under control after a neighbouring First Nation raised concerns.
Man stabbed to death in White Rock, B.C., days after similar knife attack in area

Man stabbed to death in White Rock, B.C., days after similar knife attack in area

WHITE ROCK, B.C. — A man has been killed in a stabbing in White Rock, B.C., and police say there are "apparent similarities" to another knife attack in the same area two days earlier.
B.C. imposes five-month ban on large open fires in Interior

B.C. imposes five-month ban on large open fires in Interior

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The BC Wildfire Service has announced a five-month open fire ban covering much of the province's Interior, as fire season gets off to an early start. The ban on Category 3 fires in the Kamloops fire centre will run from May 3 to Oct.
One deal falls through but Toronto FC completes another in Derrick Etienne Jr. trade

One deal falls through but Toronto FC completes another in Derrick Etienne Jr. trade

Toronto FC, pivoting after a deal for an overseas player fell through, added to its attack Wednesday by acquiring Haiti international winger Derrick Etienne Jr. from Atlanta United FC in exchange for up to US$375,000 in general allocation money.
CFL suspends recently retired Lemon indefinitely for betting on league games

CFL suspends recently retired Lemon indefinitely for betting on league games

TORONTO — The CFL indefinitely suspended veteran defensive lineman Shawn Lemon on Wednesday for betting on league games, including one the league says he played in.
'Good luck with that': PM says Saskatchewan premier shouldn't pick fight with CRA

'Good luck with that': PM says Saskatchewan premier shouldn't pick fight with CRA

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on Wednesday that the Canada Revenue Agency is "very, very good" at getting the money it's owed.
BoC officials split on when to start cutting interest rates, summary shows

BoC officials split on when to start cutting interest rates, summary shows

OTTAWA — Members of the Bank of Canada's governing council were split on how long the central bank should wait before it starts cutting interest rates when they met earlier this month.
Poilievre will do 'anything to win,' must condemn Alex Jones endorsement: Trudeau

Poilievre will do 'anything to win,' must condemn Alex Jones endorsement: Trudeau

OTTAWA — As the Liberals try to reverse their political fortunes with the latest federal budget, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ratcheted up attacks against his Conservative opponent on Wednesday, tying him to a far-right American figure.
Ontario to do away with sick note requirement for short absences

Ontario to do away with sick note requirement for short absences

TORONTO — Ontario will do away with sick note requirements for short absences as part of a larger effort to ease the administrative burden on doctors.
Poll suggests half of Canadians have negative opinion of latest Liberal budget

Poll suggests half of Canadians have negative opinion of latest Liberal budget

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests the Liberals have not won over voters with their latest budget, though there is broad support for their plan to build millions of homes.