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Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Some bundled wireless plans not as cheap as before Rogers-Shaw merger: watchdog

Certain cellphone plans in Western Canada are not as cheap as they were prior to the Rogers-Shaw merger, Canada's competition watchdog says.
Five things to know about Canada's proposed law to guard against online harms

Five things to know about Canada's proposed law to guard against online harms

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government has tabled its long-awaited legislation to better protect Canadians, and particularly youth, against online harms. Here are five things Bill C-63 proposes to do. 1.
Online harms: Liberals seek to create digital safety commission, new ombudsperson

Online harms: Liberals seek to create digital safety commission, new ombudsperson

OTTAWA — The Liberal government plans to create a new digital safety regulator to compel social-media platforms to take action against online harms and remove damaging content — including child sex-abuse material and intimate images shared without co
Canadian cities 'not gatekeepers': Head of mayors' group pushes back on Poilievre

Canadian cities 'not gatekeepers': Head of mayors' group pushes back on Poilievre

OTTAWA — Mayors are community builders, not gatekeepers, Canada's municipal governments said Monday as their spokesman pushed back against language Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre often uses to attack city leaders.
Real estate association economist doubts B.C.'s flipping tax is worth the trouble

Real estate association economist doubts B.C.'s flipping tax is worth the trouble

Brendon Ogmundson, chief economist of the British Columbia Real Estate Association, says the tax could end up reducing the overall number of homes on the market while only applying to a small number of properties.
'This is dangerous': Inquest shown video of police chasing Saskatchewan mass killer

'This is dangerous': Inquest shown video of police chasing Saskatchewan mass killer

SASKATOON — Jurors at a coroner's inquest have seen footage of a white truck, driven by a mass killer, speeding in the wrong direction down a major Saskatchewan highway and swerving toward oncoming traffic as Mounties chased closely behind.
Saskatchewan father who killed toddler in police neglect case sentenced to 16 years

Saskatchewan father who killed toddler in police neglect case sentenced to 16 years

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A judge has sentenced a Saskatchewan man to 16 years for manslaughter in the beating death of his 13-month-old son. Court heard Monday that Kaij Brass of Prince Albert, Sask.
Mothers of teens who died by suicide after being targeted online urge passage of bill

Mothers of teens who died by suicide after being targeted online urge passage of bill

The mothers of two Canadian teens who died by suicide after they were targeted by online tormentors urged parliamentarians to pass new legislation introduced Monday to protect kids on the internet.
Quebec provincial police arrest 21 people in connection with eastern Quebec drug war

Quebec provincial police arrest 21 people in connection with eastern Quebec drug war

QUEBEC — At least 21 people allegedly tied to a war over drug territory in eastern Quebec have so far been arrested in a provincial police operation that began last week.
Groups bring findings of racism at Canadian Human Rights Commission to global body

Groups bring findings of racism at Canadian Human Rights Commission to global body

OTTAWA — A coalition of federal unions and organizations representing Black workers has filed an international complaint against the Canadian Human Rights Commission.