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Taxpayer watchdog tracking CRA efforts to collect on overpayment of COVID-19 benefits

Taxpayer watchdog tracking CRA efforts to collect on overpayment of COVID-19 benefits

OTTAWA — The office of Canada's Taxpayers' Ombudsperson says it is monitoring complaints from people who say they've continued to receive collection letters from the Canada Revenue Agency despite having repaid the government for COVID-19 benefits the
Canada Revenue Agency, union reach tentative deal, ending strike of 35,000 workers

Canada Revenue Agency, union reach tentative deal, ending strike of 35,000 workers

OTTAWA — The public-sector union representing Canada Revenue Agency employees struck a tentative deal with the federal government Thursday, ending a strike of 35,000 workers just after the tax season wrapped up.
Canadian Indigenous leaders meet with King Charles in London ahead of coronation

Canadian Indigenous leaders meet with King Charles in London ahead of coronation

LONDON — A delegation of Indigenous leaders from Canada met with King Charles III on Thursday, where they talked about reconciliation and the need to build a strong relationship going forward.
Supreme Court of Canada won't hear man's appeal in alleged wrongful conviction case

Supreme Court of Canada won't hear man's appeal in alleged wrongful conviction case

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear the appeal of a Quebec man seeking compensation over imprisonment for murders he says he did not commit.
"Canada in my blood': Charles's coronation follows half century of Canadian visits

"Canada in my blood': Charles's coronation follows half century of Canadian visits

LONDON — Last year, while still Prince of Wales, King Charles III opened a meeting of Commonwealth heads of government in Rwanda's capital of Kigali and pitched Canada as an example for the world to follow.
In The News for May 4 : Tentative deal reached between CRA, union, ending strike

In The News for May 4 : Tentative deal reached between CRA, union, ending strike

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of May 4 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Research finds some Pacific salmon migration out of sync with food supply

Research finds some Pacific salmon migration out of sync with food supply

VANCOUVER — Climate change is knocking some Pacific salmon out of alignment with the growth of the ocean plankton they eat to survive, new research says.
CP NewsAlert: Canada Revenue Agency, union reach deal, ending strike

CP NewsAlert: Canada Revenue Agency, union reach deal, ending strike

The public-sector union representing Canada Revenue Agency employees has struck a tentative deal with the federal government, ending a strike of 35,000 workers just after the tax season wrapped up. More coming. The Canadian Press
Google Canada tells Senate Bill C-18 would create unreasonable financial liability

Google Canada tells Senate Bill C-18 would create unreasonable financial liability

OTTAWA — Google Canada has told senators that it would be reasonable to reconsider whether it shares links to news sites if the government's online news bill becomes law, but it is not promising to block them.
B.C.'s Cache Creek becomes raging river as floodwaters rise: mayor

B.C.'s Cache Creek becomes raging river as floodwaters rise: mayor

Normally a babbling brook, Cache Creek in British Columbia's Interior has become a raging river, with floodwaters flowing right through the community's firehall, the mayor said.
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