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Federal Court certifies class-action lawsuit against military over mental health

Federal Court certifies class-action lawsuit against military over mental health

OTTAWA — The Federal Court has certified another class-action lawsuit against the Canadian Armed Forces filed by a man who says he faced discrimination and stigmatization because of his mental health.
Berube eyes opportunity to build, push Maple Leafs over the hump

Berube eyes opportunity to build, push Maple Leafs over the hump

TORONTO — The opportunity to give a talented team the extra boost it needs was an enticing one for Craig Berube. Berube was introduced at a press conference as the Toronto Maple Leafs' newest head coach on Tuesday.
Surrey Board of Trade calls for review of sex offender regulations, protocols

Surrey Board of Trade calls for review of sex offender regulations, protocols

SURREY, B.C. — The Surrey Board of Trade says it is joining Mayor Brenda Locke in "urgently calling" for a comprehensive review of laws and protocols around high-risk sex offenders. Board President Anita Huberman says in an open letter to B.C.
Canada's women's basketball coach Lapeña signs extension through 2026 World Cup

Canada's women's basketball coach Lapeña signs extension through 2026 World Cup

EDMONTON — Canada Basketball has signed senior women's basketball coach Victor Lapeña to a contract extension through the 2026 FIBA Women’s World Cup, the organization announced Tuesday.
Loblaw boycott organizers say they plan to keep movement going past May

Loblaw boycott organizers say they plan to keep movement going past May

The organizers of a month-long boycott of Loblaw-owned stores say they've decided to extend the boycott past May.
2026 trial date set for class-action lawsuit over Air Canada crash landing in 2015

2026 trial date set for class-action lawsuit over Air Canada crash landing in 2015

HALIFAX — A trial date has been set for 2026 in a class-action lawsuit regarding the crash landing of an Air Canada flight at the Halifax International Airport during a storm in 2015.
Nova Scotia fisher says Toronto airport elver seizure welcome — and long overdue

Nova Scotia fisher says Toronto airport elver seizure welcome — and long overdue

HALIFAX — Last week’s seizure of more than 100 kilograms of baby eels at Toronto Pearson International airport is being welcomed as a significant step by a commercial elver fisher in Nova Scotia.
Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

Canada’s inflation rate falls to 2.7% in April, driving up odds of June rate cut

OTTAWA — Canada’s annual inflation rate fell to 2.7 per cent in April amid a broad-based slowdown in price growth, boosting expectations of an interest rate cut next month. Statistics Canada said the slowdown from 2.
What you need to know about Ottawa's plan to pump the brakes on auto theft

What you need to know about Ottawa's plan to pump the brakes on auto theft

The federal government has announced a range of measures meant to curb rising auto thefts. It comes after a national summit to address what government and police describe as a growing international concern.
Food driving inflation lower, but groceries much more costly than a few years ago

Food driving inflation lower, but groceries much more costly than a few years ago

Food inflation may be down from its highs, but prices at the grocery store are still significantly higher than they were just a few years ago. Statistics Canada reminded consumers that grocery prices are up 21.