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BMO reports revenue and profits constrained by "challenging economic backdrop"

BMO reports revenue and profits constrained by "challenging economic backdrop"

TORONTO — BMO Financial Group cited numerous headwinds as it reported first-quarter results where revenue and earnings fell short of expectations. The bank's net income totalled $1.
Three-time amateur champion Lisa Meldrum named to Canadian Golf Hall of Fame

Three-time amateur champion Lisa Meldrum named to Canadian Golf Hall of Fame

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Accomplished amateur and professional player Lisa Meldrum has been selected to the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. The 41-year-old from Montreal will be inducted into the player category in a ceremony on May 28.

No evidence that data was extracted from RCMP during recent cyberattack: commissioner

OTTAWA — The head of the RCMP says there is no evidence to date that data was extracted from the national police force's systems during a recent cyberattack.
Nova Scotia tables bill to restructure management, regulation of electricity sector

Nova Scotia tables bill to restructure management, regulation of electricity sector

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government has introduced a bill to change how the province’s electrical grid is structured and regulated.
Online hate speech must not become political 'yo-yo,' anti-hate expert warns

Online hate speech must not become political 'yo-yo,' anti-hate expert warns

OTTAWA — The former chair of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network is warning parliamentarians against turning a newly reintroduced section of the Canadian Human Rights Act into a game of political "yo-yo.
Ottawa freezes merger notification threshold, funds housing innovation projects

Ottawa freezes merger notification threshold, funds housing innovation projects

Ottawa is freezing the threshold at which the Competition Bureau must be notified of a merger.
B.C. First Nation sues federal government over ban on herring spawn fishery

B.C. First Nation sues federal government over ban on herring spawn fishery

BELLA BELLA, B.C.
Ottawa will shut down shady post-secondary institutions if provinces don't: Miller

Ottawa will shut down shady post-secondary institutions if provinces don't: Miller

OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Marc Miller says Ottawa is ready to step in and shut down shady schools that are abusing the international student program if provinces don't crack down on them.
'How many bodies did I get?' Saskatchewan inquest hears about arrest of mass killer

'How many bodies did I get?' Saskatchewan inquest hears about arrest of mass killer

SASKATOON — Jurors have heard how a man who went on a stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan asked RCMP how many people he had killed as he was taken into custody.
Backlog of problems with federal Phoenix pay system bigger than ever: union

Backlog of problems with federal Phoenix pay system bigger than ever: union

OTTAWA — Three unions are calling on the government to provide additional compensation to federal public servants, as issues with the Phoenix pay system continue.