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Election official, who runs chocolate shop, flies ballot box to 27 B.C. lighthouses

OTTAWA — They lead solitary lives, isolated for months on tiny islets and craggy ocean bluffs. Yet despite their remote…

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Canada

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is Sept. 30, but some provinces won’t make it a stat holiday

WINNIPEG — Much of Canada will observe a second holiday this month. On Sept. 30, federal offices, banks and post…

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Canada

U.S. senators push Biden to lift border closure with Canada | CBC News

Four U.S. senators on Friday asked President Joe Biden to lift restrictions that have barred travel by Canadians across the…

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Business

First Edmonton, now Teamsters seek to unionize at 8 other Amazon Canada plants | CBC News

The Teamsters workers’ union has launched campaigns to organize employees in at least nine Canadian facilities of U.S. e-commerce company…

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Canada

Obama wishes ‘friend’ Justin Trudeau the best in the upcoming election

TORONTO — With less then a week until election day, former U.S. president Barack Obama has waded into the fray…

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Business

Soaring utility bills alarm Europe, raise fears for winter

MADRID — Wholesale prices for gas and electricity are surging across Europe, raising the prospect of increases in already-high utility…

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USA

Man crushed to death at McDonald’s remembered as ‘the perfect dad’

Tony Eyles is remembered as “the perfect dad.” A 42-year-old married father of two has been identified as the man…

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Canada

Ontario lab technicians grapple with burnout, demand more funding from province

TORONTO — As demand for COVID-19 tests in Ontario remains high, lab technicians at short-staffed medical labs are grappling with…

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USA

Texas couple met on 9/11, after their plane was diverted to Canada

While 9/11 ripped so many loved ones apart, it brought Houston couple Nick and Diane Marson together in the strangest…

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UK

People’s Party of Canada turfs riding president over Trudeau stone-throwing incident | CBC News

The People’s Party of Canada removed the Elgin Middlesex London riding association president from his post after allegations that he threw…

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