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Tim Hortons serves up 'Deadpool and Wolverine' video

Tim Hortons serves up 'Deadpool and Wolverine' video

Canada’s official (unofficial) Super Hero, Deadpool, enjoys Canada’s 'favourite' coffee.
'Complete panic': How to spot red flags in moving scams

'Complete panic': How to spot red flags in moving scams

Jenny Wilcockson missed the first red flag — the estimated price for her movers came in much lower than quotes from other companies. Planning a complicated move from Hamilton, Ont., to Yarmouth, N.S.
Securities fines and clawbacks jumped in past year: CSA

Securities fines and clawbacks jumped in past year: CSA

CALGARY — The Canadian Securities Administrators say fines and restitutions jumped in the last year compared with a year earlier. In its year in review, the umbrella group for provincial securities regulators says they imposed $27.
From AIM: Sawfly and midge resistant wheat

From AIM: Sawfly and midge resistant wheat

AAC Oakman VB marked for 2026 release.
Former safety minister wants 'protective zones' for MPs' offices as threats increase

Former safety minister wants 'protective zones' for MPs' offices as threats increase

Under the proposal from former public safety minister Marco Mendicino , anyone who intimidated or otherwise harassed people within a buffer zone of 50 to 100 metres would be subject to harsher criminal penalties, including jail time.
CMHC says annual pace of housing starts in June down 9% from May

CMHC says annual pace of housing starts in June down 9% from May

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the annual pace of housing starts in June fell nine per cent compared with May.
Airfares continue to rise from last year — and soar above pre-pandemic levels

Airfares continue to rise from last year — and soar above pre-pandemic levels

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says airfares rose two per cent year-over-year in June, and continued to soar above pre-pandemic levels. Figures from the consumer price index show the increase follows a 4.
Inflation falls to 2.7% in June, driven by slower growth in gas prices: StatCan

Inflation falls to 2.7% in June, driven by slower growth in gas prices: StatCan

Economists say an unexpected dip in the national inflation rate bodes well for the prospects of the Bank of Canada making a second straight cut to its benchmark interest rate when it meets later this month. Canada's annual inflation rate fell to 2.
Industry minister suggests Competition Bureau look at digital wallets

Industry minister suggests Competition Bureau look at digital wallets

OTTAWA — Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne says the issue of competition in the big tech-dominated digital wallet market should be on the Competition Bureau's radar.
Sask. woman wins lifetime pass to Country Thunder festivals

Sask. woman wins lifetime pass to Country Thunder festivals

Darby Klassen says she first came to Craven about 10 years ago with her parents and best friend's parents.