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National Business Book Award finalists include top Bay Street names, ex-BoC governor

National Business Book Award finalists include top Bay Street names, ex-BoC governor

TORONTO — The former governor of the Bank of Canada and several top Bay Street names are among the three finalists for the National Business Book Award 2023.
These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2023

These companies have laid off Canadian workers in 2023

A wave of layoffs last year, which left thousands of Canadian workers jobless, is continuing this year as recession predictions loom and the tech sector downturn deepens.

Have we reached the end of nature? Our relationship with the environment is in crisis

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Transgender Manitoba MLA aims to bring personal experience to justice, health issues

Transgender Manitoba MLA aims to bring personal experience to justice, health issues

WINNIPEG — Logan Oxenham is celebrating a number of firsts this month. He was elected for the first time to Manitoba's legislature with the New Democrats in the Oct. 3 election.
NHL Notebook: Connor Bedard's handling of early whirlwind impresses NHL peers

NHL Notebook: Connor Bedard's handling of early whirlwind impresses NHL peers

Auston Matthews knows a little bit about what Connor Bedard has been going through to open his NHL career. A player dubbed as a potential "Next One" since age 13, the top pick at June's draft ran a gauntlet through his first four professional games.
'Casualties everywhere': Canadian in Gaza describes chaos, hopes for evacuation

'Casualties everywhere': Canadian in Gaza describes chaos, hopes for evacuation

Mahmoud Nasser said he could feel the ground shake as he watched two missiles land in the distance in Gaza, where essential supplies are running short and living conditions are becoming more desperate as he and other Canadians hope for an opportunity
CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts up in September

CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts up in September

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the annual pace of housing starts in September rose eight per cent compared with August.
Canada a beacon for others but must keep its promises: UN human-rights chief

Canada a beacon for others but must keep its promises: UN human-rights chief

OTTAWA — The United Nations human-rights chief says Canada can boost its chances of joining the council that monitors freedom around the world by better following up on the pledges it makes at home and abroad.
In the news today: Israel-Hamas war roils as Canadians fear peace is impossible

In the news today: Israel-Hamas war roils as Canadians fear peace is impossible

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Most Canadians think lasting peace between Israel, Palestinians is not possible: poll

Most Canadians think lasting peace between Israel, Palestinians is not possible: poll

OTTAWA — A majority of Canadians don't think lasting peace is possible between Israelis and Palestinians, a new poll suggests.