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Younger homeowners more likely to be financially stressed: survey

Younger homeowners more likely to be financially stressed: survey

Roughly six in 10 Canadians with a mortgage are financially stressed, with younger homeowners more likely to be under pressure.
Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

OTTAWA — Canada's leading research universities warn that a proposed foreign influence transparency registry could have an unintended "chilling effect" on international partnerships, meaning Canada misses out on cutting-edge opportunities.
RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

SURREY, B.C.
Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

The Public Service Alliance of Canada says it has moved its strike deadline to Friday at 12:01 a.m.
EU election: despite uncertainty, major division on trade unlikely, experts say

EU election: despite uncertainty, major division on trade unlikely, experts say

Experts say Canada's trade relationship with the European Union isn't necessarily in jeopardy, but there could be some knock-on effects after far-right parties made major election gains over the weekend.
Capital gains proposal to be presented to Parliament on Monday, Freeland says

Capital gains proposal to be presented to Parliament on Monday, Freeland says

OTTAWA — The Liberal government plans to take the first legislative step Monday toward increasing the inclusion rate on capital gains.
B.C. looks into post-fire mushroom picking rush after First Nation reports conflicts

B.C. looks into post-fire mushroom picking rush after First Nation reports conflicts

British Columbia says it is not ruling out regulating wild mushroom picking after an Indigenous community said a rising number of foragers are infringing on its land, with one case involving alleged threats of physical violence and intimidation.
'No network is flawless': Wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

'No network is flawless': Wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

As wind-driven wildfires broke out on the Hawaiian island of Maui last summer, killing more than 100 people and destroying thousands of buildings, a telecommunications blackout kept many residents in the dark.
Federal Court rejects bid to review not renewing licences of B.C. fish farms

Federal Court rejects bid to review not renewing licences of B.C. fish farms

VANCOUVER — A federal Court has rejected a bid by two First Nations and salmon farm operators to review Ottawa's decision to not renew licences for 15 open-net Atlantic salmon farms in the waters off British Columbia.
Feds propose raft of changes to cannabis rules to reduce regulatory burden

Feds propose raft of changes to cannabis rules to reduce regulatory burden

OTTAWA — The federal government is proposing a raft of changes to cannabis regulations ranging from packaging to reporting requirements in an effort to reduce the regulatory burden.
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