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Canadian Airbus workers reach tentative agreement with company

Canadian Airbus workers reach tentative agreement with company

MIRABEL, Que. — Airbus Canada says it has reached a tentative agreement with the union representing employees at the company's assembly facility in Mirabel, Que.
Mexican Tour success makes Seb Szirmak's path to RBC Canadian Open murky

Mexican Tour success makes Seb Szirmak's path to RBC Canadian Open murky

Toronto's Sebastian Szirmak has the most wins of any Canadian pro golfer in 2024 but, ironically, his success on the Gira de Golf Professional Mexicana may prevent him from playing in the RBC Canadian Open.
DNA tests shows B.C. woman was killed by dogs, not bear: coroner's report

DNA tests shows B.C. woman was killed by dogs, not bear: coroner's report

VANCOUVER — A woman killed while picking blueberries on a farm east of Vancouver was initially thought to have died in a bear attack in August 2021, but a newly released coroner's report says she was mauled by dogs from another property.
Police watchdog investigating after Toronto officer stabbed, suspect shot

Police watchdog investigating after Toronto officer stabbed, suspect shot

TORONTO — Ontario's police watchdog is investigating after a Toronto police officer was stabbed and the suspect was shot in the city's west end. Toronto police said both the officer and suspect were in stable condition in hospital Friday.
RCMP in B.C. warn of fake Taylor Swift concert tickets being sold online

RCMP in B.C. warn of fake Taylor Swift concert tickets being sold online

LANGFORD, B.C. — Police on Vancouver Island are warning Swifties about an online scam after several people lost money while trying to secure tickets for Taylor Swift concerts through Facebook groups.
Priest accused of sex assaults against children in Nunavut dies in France

Priest accused of sex assaults against children in Nunavut dies in France

A priest accused of sexually abusing Inuit children in Nunavut decades ago has died in France after a long, undisclosed illness.
Manitoba tax change to help most people despite raising more money, premier says

Manitoba tax change to help most people despite raising more money, premier says

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew continued to promote a property tax change Friday that has been criticized by the Opposition as a tax grab on the middle class.
Quebec 'not alone' in commitment to secularism, says French Prime Minister Attal

Quebec 'not alone' in commitment to secularism, says French Prime Minister Attal

MONTREAL — French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal used his visit to Quebec this week to express strong support for the province's model of state secularism even as he claimed to abstain from weighing in on debates over the controversial policy.
Saskatchewan teachers to go back into bargaining with province following dispute

Saskatchewan teachers to go back into bargaining with province following dispute

REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers are returning to the bargaining table and ending job action that had threatened to upend extracurricular activities, including graduation ceremonies.
Veteran forward Tyson Beukeboom poised to enter Canadian rugby record book

Veteran forward Tyson Beukeboom poised to enter Canadian rugby record book

Canada women's rugby coach Kevin Rouet has named his roster for the Pacific Four Series with veteran forward Tyson Beukeboom poised to enter the Canadian record book. The 33-year-old lock from Uxbridge, Ont.