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Closed patios can reopen, but Montreal faces more questions over F1 weekend problems

Closed patios can reopen, but Montreal faces more questions over F1 weekend problems

MONTREAL — Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante says restaurants that were ordered to evict some customers during the Grand Prix weekend will be able to reopen their covered outdoor seating areas, even as more questions mount over the management of the majo
Unifor says 35 Global News jobs cut across the country

Unifor says 35 Global News jobs cut across the country

Unifor says 35 of its members at Global News have been laid off as part of changes announced Wednesday by Corus Entertainment Inc. Randy Kitt, Unifor's media director, says there were 13 layoffs in Calgary, one in B.C.
Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, reduce demand for restaurants

Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, reduce demand for restaurants

VANCOUVER — Uber says regulation changes for ride-share and delivery workers in British Columbia will drive up costs and reduce demands for local restaurants.
Military growing more reliant on contractors — a boon for CAE, chief executive says

Military growing more reliant on contractors — a boon for CAE, chief executive says

MONTREAL — CAE Inc. chief executive Marc Parent says a growing reliance on private contractors by Western armed forces — including Canada’s — bodes well for his company and global security, even as questions linger around spending and accountability.
Biden to nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero as FDIC chair after abrupt departure of predecessor

Biden to nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero as FDIC chair after abrupt departure of predecessor

NEW YORK (AP) — President Joe Biden will nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero to replace Martin Greunberg as head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Nova Scotia, Newfoundland push for quick passage of federal offshore accord changes

Nova Scotia, Newfoundland push for quick passage of federal offshore accord changes

OTTAWA — The governments of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador have told a Senate committee they would like to see quick passage of federal legislation that would help establish a wind industry off Canada’s East Coast.

Naomi Klein and V. V. Ganeshananthan win Women's Prize literary awards

LONDON (AP) — Author-activist Naomi Klein won the inaugural Women’s Prize for Nonfiction on Thursday with “Doppelganger,” a personal account of her plunge into the world of online misinformation.
South Africa's ANC says it has broad agreement with main opposition, others on coalition government

South Africa's ANC says it has broad agreement with main opposition, others on coalition government

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — A top official with South Africa’s African National Congress party said Thursday it has a broad agreement with the main opposition and other parties to form a coalition government.
Legault government pursuing controversial 'third link' in Quebec City

Legault government pursuing controversial 'third link' in Quebec City

MONTREAL — The Quebec government is moving ahead with a controversial transportation project in the provincial capital.
It’s not your imagination. Men really do eat more meat than women, study says

It’s not your imagination. Men really do eat more meat than women, study says

CHICAGO (AP) — Vacationing in Chicago this week from Europe, Jelle den Burger and Nirusa Naguleswaran grabbed a bite at the Dog House Grill: a classic Italian beef sandwich for him, grilled cheese for her.