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TVO employees walk off the job Monday after negotiations stall

TVO employees walk off the job Monday after negotiations stall

TORONTO — Dozens of workers at Ontario’s public broadcaster walked off the job Monday morning after months of bargaining.
Bob Dylan to perform in Toronto, Montreal this fall, first time in Canada since 2017

Bob Dylan to perform in Toronto, Montreal this fall, first time in Canada since 2017

Bob Dylan is announcing new tour dates in North America that include stops in Toronto and Montreal this fall. The 82-year-old American singer-songwriter has scheduled two shows at Toronto's Massey Hall on Oct.
Temporary halt on fuel tax would help people, Manitoba NDP says

Temporary halt on fuel tax would help people, Manitoba NDP says

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's Opposition New Democrats promised Monday to temporarily suspend the province's fuel tax if they win the election slated for Oct. 3.
What to know about home insurance if you've been displaced by B.C. or N.W.T. fires

What to know about home insurance if you've been displaced by B.C. or N.W.T. fires

All standard homeowner and tenant insurance policies cover damage caused by fires, and also provide coverage to help with the cost of mass evacuations, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC).
Five things to know about feedback to Champagne's TTC wireless service consultation

Five things to know about feedback to Champagne's TTC wireless service consultation

TORONTO — Canada's four major telecommunications companies have one week left to respond to one another's submissions as part of a federal consultation process regarding wireless access on the Toronto subway.
Edmonton Elks offer evacuees from N.W.T. wildfires free tickets to game vs. Ottawa

Edmonton Elks offer evacuees from N.W.T. wildfires free tickets to game vs. Ottawa

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Elks are offering evacuees from wildfires in the Northwest Territories free tickets for their home game Sunday against the Ottawa Redblacks.
Quebec teachers' unions call for better working conditions to address staff shortages

Quebec teachers' unions call for better working conditions to address staff shortages

MONTREAL — Unions representing Quebec teachers are calling on the provincial government to address staff shortages by improving working conditions, after a recent report indicated as many as 5,000 positions were vacant ahead of the start to the schoo
Ontario adding more 'strong mayors,' creating $1.2B in housing incentive fund

Ontario adding more 'strong mayors,' creating $1.2B in housing incentive fund

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expanding so-called strong mayor powers to a total of 49 communities across the province and is offering $1.2 billion in incentives for cities and towns to meet housing targets.
Group calls for Facebook, Instagram boycott on Aug. 23 and 24

Group calls for Facebook, Instagram boycott on Aug. 23 and 24

TORONTO — An advocacy group is calling on Canadians to boycott Facebook and Instagram later this week. The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting group began asking people Monday to stop posting content on Meta's platforms on Aug. 23 and 24.
Prior Omicron infection didn't protect some seniors from reinfection, study finds

Prior Omicron infection didn't protect some seniors from reinfection, study finds

Previous infection with an Omicron variant of COVID-19 did not protect seniors in long-term care and retirement homes from getting reinfected within a few months, a new study published Monday has found.