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Pot company Canopy Growth to lay off 243 workers as it moves to cut costs

Pot company Canopy Growth to lay off 243 workers as it moves to cut costs

Canopy Growth Corp. says it will lay off more than 200 workers as part of a new cost reduction strategy that will make cannabis cultivation more affordable and uncover supply chain efficiencies, though it didn't offer a target date for profitability.
Psychologist hired by Depp testifies about Heard's health

Psychologist hired by Depp testifies about Heard's health

FALLS CHURCH, Va.
Another new Quebec party launches, courting federalists, anglophones, minorities

Another new Quebec party launches, courting federalists, anglophones, minorities

MONTREAL — A new provincial political party courting Quebec anglophones, minorities and federalists arrived on the scene Tuesday — the second in less than a week.
Air Canada to jack up fares amid higher fuel costs, weak business travel

Air Canada to jack up fares amid higher fuel costs, weak business travel

MONTREAL — Air Canada is poised to raise fares as it looks to offset the hit from higher fuel costs, sagging business travel and soaring inflation.
Giant 23,000-kilogram steel ring to be installed in Montreal as public art

Giant 23,000-kilogram steel ring to be installed in Montreal as public art

MONTREAL — A giant steel ring weighing more than 23,000 kilograms will soon loom over downtown Montreal — all in the name of art.
CDC estimates 3 in 4 kids have had coronavirus infections

CDC estimates 3 in 4 kids have had coronavirus infections

NEW YORK (AP) — Three out of every four U.S. children have been infected with the coronavirus and more than half of all Americans had signs of previous infections, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers estimated in a report Tuesday.
S&P/TSX composite falls to three-month low on fears about slowing economic growth

S&P/TSX composite falls to three-month low on fears about slowing economic growth

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index lost more than 300 points as a big drop in the technology sector drove it to its lowest level in three months on ongoing concerns about slowing global economic growth.
Key governance issues persist five years after audit of Atlantic Lottery Corporation

Key governance issues persist five years after audit of Atlantic Lottery Corporation

HALIFAX — Several key governance reforms to the Atlantic Lottery Corporation recommended more than five years ago still haven’t been implemented, the region’s auditors general said in a report released Tuesday.
Distilleries, breweries stop producing hand sanitizer two years after start of COVID

Distilleries, breweries stop producing hand sanitizer two years after start of COVID

TORONTO — Many distilleries and breweries that pivoted their operations to make hand sanitizer in the early days of COVID-19 have since walked away from this side business.
A guide to six buzzy films directed by Canadians at this year's Hot Docs

A guide to six buzzy films directed by Canadians at this year's Hot Docs

TORONTO — With 226 films from 63 countries, there's a lot to see at this year's Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, but a great place to start is with those directed by Canadians.