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Scientists decry plan for Ontario nuclear-waste site

Former Atomic Energy of Canada workers worry project is being rushed and doesn’t meet regulatory requirements with respect to human safety, environmental protections

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Ontario spending $85-million to clean up mercury in two First Nation communities

Environment Minister Glen Murray says the funds for the remediation of the English-Wabigoon River system will be used to design and implement the cleanup, and for long-term monitoring

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Egg executives in salmonella case must report to prison

DES MOINES, Iowa — A father and son whose Iowa-based egg production company caused a massive 2010 salmonella outbreak have exhausted their ...

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Seven sickened across Canada by salmonella related to raw frozen breaded chicken

People have been reported ill in Alberta, B.C., Ontario and New Brunswick

Vancouver Sun /
Detroit judge halts deportations of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals from U.S

The district judge issued a stay of removal for 1,444 Iraqi nationals including about 85 currently detained for removal Tuesday, they have two more ...

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RBC to repay $21.8-million to clients

Settlement with Ontario Securities Commission comes after RBC found clients were incorrectly charged investment fees

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Ontario to make ticket-buying ‘bots’ illegal, cap markups in scalping crackdown

Proposed legislation would make using ‘bot’ software illegal and limit resales to 50 per cent above face value of tickets

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Morning Update: Canada, China seal corporate hacking deal; BC Liberals propose fundraising reform; Ontario prisons see spike in suicide attempts

Also: New gold standard emerges for Congo's miners, Canada's jewellery buyers

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Ontario needs innovative skills and apprenticeship training: study

To keep pace with advancing technology and help close the skills gap, the report calls for more flexible skills and apprenticeship training

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Ottawa shoppers stock up as clock ticks down on LCBO labour talks

As a possible strike loomed at the LCBO, Ottawa customers were stocking up — just in case their local liquor store is shut down Monday. ...

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Suicide attempts spike amid Ontario prison system overhaul

Independent correctional adviser Howard Sapers reveals 2017 figures are far above yearly average, despite attempts to reform the prison system

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Remote Ontario First Nation in ‘shock’ after third girl kills herself

In a declaration of a state of emergency this week, Wapekeka’s chief and band council noted the community desperately needed help

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SIU continues probe in death of man who shot himself after call from police

Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit is looking for new details relating to the death of a 43-year-old man who apparently shot himself after receiving a call from police earlier this month.   The SIU said the incident occurred in the afternoon of June 3, in the Township of Rideau Lakes, just West of Smiths Falls, when […]

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No charges laid after video shows Ontario woman’s racist rant at walk-in clinic

Watch: The woman becomes increasingly belligerent as she repeatedly asks to see a 'white doctor' who 'doesn't have brown teeth' and 'speaks English'

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Judge in Cosby sex assault case declares mistrial as jury deadlocks again

NORRISTOWN, Pa. — Bill Cosby’s trial on sexual assault charges ended in a mistrial Saturday after jurors failed to reach a unanimous decision in a case that helped destroy the 79-year-old comedian’s image as “America’s ...

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Companies using AI to find their next employee

Algorithms look beyond degrees, experience and other basic résumé material to predict good fits

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