Foreign caregivers want major reforms to improve conditions, streamline residency

A national coalition of advocacy groups wants major reforms to Canada’s foreign caregiver program in hopes of improving working conditions…

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Canada to apply USMCA cultural exemption to digital trade

The broad cultural exemption Canada fought to keep in the renegotiated North American free trade deal will allow for Canadian…

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More than a dozen federal departments flunked a credit card security test

The Canada Revenue Agency, the RCMP, Statistics Canada and more than a dozen other federal departments and agencies have failed…

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Freeland postpones UN speech today amid NAFTA talks and looming deadline

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland’s marquee speech today to the UN General Assembly has been postponed until Monday, and officials say…

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CBS to open film and television production hub in Mississauga, Ont.

U.S. entertainment company CBS Television Studios will open a television and film production hub just outside Toronto next year. The…

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Toronto company offers cash to ‘cannabis connoisseurs’ to smoke

Getting paid to smoke pot is no longer a toker’s daydream. A cannabis firm is looking to hire five pot…

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U.S. reclaims title as world’s No. 1 oil producer

The United States may have reclaimed the title of the world’s biggest oil producer sooner than expected. The U.S. Energy…

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CMHC says annual pace of housing starts slowed in August compared with July

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the pace of housing construction starts slowed in August compared with July. The agency…

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Maker of GMO salmon says it sold 4.5 tonnes in Canada this year but won’t say to whom

Prepared sashimi products is where you’re likely to find genetically modified salmon in Canada, the CEO of AquaBounty Technologies, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology…

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