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Métro Média to declare bankruptcy as local journalism takes another hit

Métro Média to declare bankruptcy as local journalism takes another hit

MONTREAL — Métro Média will declare bankruptcy this week, permanently ending its coverage of local government in parts of the province's two largest cities, the head of the Quebec newspaper publisher said Sunday.
Quebec workers' fund manager announces return of lump-sum contributions

Quebec workers' fund manager announces return of lump-sum contributions

MONTREAL — The Fonds de solidarité FTQ says shareholders will be able to resume lump-sum contributions in the 2024-25 fiscal year.
Cord Jefferson’s 'American Fiction' wins People’s Choice at Toronto International Film Festival

Cord Jefferson’s 'American Fiction' wins People’s Choice at Toronto International Film Festival

TORONTO — Cord Jefferson’s “American Fiction,” a satire about race and personal agency, was the winner of this year's People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Now a post-tropical storm, Lee moves into Gulf of St. Lawrence

Now a post-tropical storm, Lee moves into Gulf of St. Lawrence

HALIFAX — Thousands remained without power Sunday as post-tropical storm Lee gradually moved out of the Maritimes, leaving a trail of downed trees and coastlines damaged by pounding surf.
Three minor earthquakes recorded off B.C. coast, near Port Hardy

Three minor earthquakes recorded off B.C. coast, near Port Hardy

PORT HARDY, B.C. — Three minor earthquakes rattled a seismically active area off British Columbia's coast on Sunday without causing any damages or triggering tsunami activity. Earthquakes Canada said a 4.
N.B. couple proceeds with wedding amid onslaught from post-tropical storm Lee

N.B. couple proceeds with wedding amid onslaught from post-tropical storm Lee

ST. STEPHEN, N.B. — Post-tropical storm Lee may have thrown a wrench into Sarah and Dave Roy's wedding plans, but the newlyweds feel the upheaval it caused on their big day is nothing but a positive sign for their future life together.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Auto talks The contracts between Unifor and the three big U.S. automakers are set to expire on Monday at 11:59 p.m. The union is negotiating with Ford Motor Co.
Canadian women take first loss at Olympic volleyball qualifier to Dominican Republic

Canadian women take first loss at Olympic volleyball qualifier to Dominican Republic

NINGBO, China — Canada suffered its first defeat in an Olympic women's qualification volleyball tournament, falling in five sets to the Dominican Republic on Sunday.

Police say attack in Toronto's Entertainment District sends four to hospital

TORONTO — Police say an attack in downtown Toronto's Entertainment District has sent four people to hospital. Toronto police were called to the area around Adelaide and Simcoe Streets shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday.
Canada joins allies in sending air defence missiles to Ukraine

Canada joins allies in sending air defence missiles to Ukraine

OTTAWA — Canada is joining a three-month-old partnership with several key allies to send air defence missiles to Ukraine.
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