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Authorities capture man accused of killing 3 in simmering Colorado property dispute

Authorities capture man accused of killing 3 in simmering Colorado property dispute

DENVER (AP) — A man was captured Tuesday after 25 hours on the run after police say he fatally shot three people and critically wounded a fourth in his latest property dispute with neighbors in rural Colorado, authorities said. The suspect, Hanme K.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,109.97, up 136.50 points): Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Finance. Down 36 cents, or 1.36 per cent, to $26.13 on 17.
Ontario elementary teachers reach contract deal with province

Ontario elementary teachers reach contract deal with province

TORONTO — Ontario's public elementary teachers announced Tuesday they have reached a tentative contract with the provincial government, averting central strikes for the next three years, if the deal is ratified.
B.C. unfairly clawed back COVID-19 benefit to thousands during pandemic, says report

B.C. unfairly clawed back COVID-19 benefit to thousands during pandemic, says report

VICTORIA — Thousands of people in British Columbia saw their $1,000 tax-free COVID-19 benefit unfairly clawed back by the provincial government, says an ombudsperson report. So far, 12,000 people have been told to repay their B.C.
Going to jail can disrupt health care for people with mental illness, inquest hears

Going to jail can disrupt health care for people with mental illness, inquest hears

TORONTO — People with mental illness can experience significant disruptions to their health care when they are taken into custody, Canada's former correctional investigator said Tuesday at a coroner's inquest for a mentally ill man who died in an Ont
Freeland's fiscal update pledges new guardrails to keep deficits in check

Freeland's fiscal update pledges new guardrails to keep deficits in check

OTTAWA — The Liberal government's fall economic statement acknowledges the cost-of-living crisis weighing on Canadians but offers few new measures to tackle it, while pledging to keep deficits in check.
Feds set aside $7B from Canada Growth Fund for carbon-price contract guarantees

Feds set aside $7B from Canada Growth Fund for carbon-price contract guarantees

OTTAWA — Almost half of the Canada Growth Fund for clean technology investments will be allocated to special contracts intended to give companies the confidence they need to make major investments to lower their greenhouse-gas emissions.
Girl dead, woman rescued, 5 missing after landslide hits small Alaska community, official says

Girl dead, woman rescued, 5 missing after landslide hits small Alaska community, official says

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A landslide that ripped down a heavily forested mountainside in southeast Alaska killed a girl, injured a woman and left five other people missing as it smashed into three homes in a remote fishing community, authorities said Tu
Israeli Cabinet approves cease-fire with Hamas that includes release of some 50 hostages

Israeli Cabinet approves cease-fire with Hamas that includes release of some 50 hostages

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s Cabinet on Wednesday approved a cease-fire deal with the Hamas militant group that would bring a temporary halt to a devastating war that has stretched on for over six weeks and release dozens of hostages being held in the G
'Your priorities are backwards,' Bell tells CRTC during Online Streaming Act hearing

'Your priorities are backwards,' Bell tells CRTC during Online Streaming Act hearing

Bell Media-owner BCE Inc. wants the federal broadcasting regulator to create a news fund that would provide money to broadcasters and require foreign streamers to contribute to the subsidy through their Canadian content spending.