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Care to share that? Ottawa cuts steel deal with Mexico – but doesn't tell trade tribunal

The Department of Finance didn’t inform the Canadian International Trade Tribunal investigating the merits of its emergency safeguards on foreign steel when it quietly signed an agreement to allow more Mexican steel to enter Canada without paying the surtax. A memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed on Jan. 16 set new quotas for energy tubular products (such as those used to build pipelines) and ...

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Oscar nods shine spotlight on Canadian animation films

The Canadian domination over the Oscars’ animated short category this year isn’t a surprise to How to Train Your Dragon filmmaker Dean DeBlois.  Award-winning animation is part of our cinematic heritage, according to the Canadian director and two-time Oscar nominee, whose blockbuster How to Train Your Dragon franchise launched its final chapter this weekend with The Hidden World. A major reason ...

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Matt Duchene's Blue Jackets shut out Senators just hours after trade

Matt Duchene was appreciative of how short the walk was to join his new team Friday afternoon. Sergei Bobrovsky made 22 saves as the Blue Jackets blanked the Senators 3-0 in the nation’s capital Friday night, just hours after Duchene was dealt to Columbus in a trade with Ottawa. Duchene was held pointless in his Blue Jackets debut, but found it fitting to be playing his first ...

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World's biggest bee spotted alive for the first time in decades

A walnut-sized bee with a massive jaw and impressive wingspan has been spotted for the first time in nearly 38 years. Wallace’s giant bee, known by the scientific name Megachile pluto, is the world’s largest bee species — and now we know it actually still exists. Females measure up to 63.5 millimetres from wing tip to wing tip (longer than a AA ...

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Grey Cup going to Regina in 2020, Hamilton in 2021

He won three Grey Cups as a player, another as a head coach and two as an executive with the Toronto Argonauts, but it’s the 1996 CFL championship that will forever resonate with Mike (Pinball) Clemons. The Snow Bowl at Ivor Wynne Stadium has become a part of Grey Cup folklore, on par with such legendary contests as the 1950 ...

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Telecom customers face 'unacceptable' harm from misleading sales tactics, CRTC says

New rules are needed to prevent telecom companies from using aggressive and misleading sales practices that harm consumers — particularly seniors and other vulnerable Canadians — to an “unacceptable degree,” the CRTC says. In a report issued today following an eight-month public inquiry, Canada’s telecom regulator says harmful sales practices “exist in all sales channels, including in store, online, over the phone, ...

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