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 2018-01-23 03:51 

Toronto Star

Canada 'hopeful' a new Trans-Pacific trade deal is within reach Tuesday...

The Canadian Press has learned Ottawa believes the deal on the TPP can be struck on Tuesday....

 2018-01-23 03:29 

National Post

Canada optimistic a Trans-Pacific trade deal within reach Tuesday...

OTTAWA — The federal government is "hopeful" it will reach an agreement Tuesday on a revamped Trans-Pacific Partnership, The Canadian Press has learned. A government official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing talks,...

 2018-01-22 21:40 

Toronto Star

Fewer than half of Canadians hold an open view of the world, poll on populism finds...

The poll by EKOS Research and The Canadian Press was used to gauge populist sentiment here, similar to the forces behind Trump's election and Brexit....

 2018-01-19 19:42 

National Post

Corrective to Jan. 18 story on Grand Theatre's High School Project funding...

In a Jan. 18 story on two school boards in southwestern Ontario cutting funding for a local youth theatre program, The Canadian Press had an incorrect name for the Grand Theatre company in one reference....

 2018-01-19 19:42 

CTV News

Botox, bomb shelters, and the blues: Washington, one year into Trump presidency...

The Canadian Press' Alexander Panetta examines a the first year of Donald Trump's presidency....

 2018-01-18 10:31 

CBC

Jagmeet Singh's question-popping photo op and the vague limits of touchy-feely transparency...

Jagmeet Singh might have announced his impending nuptials by simply tweeting a photo of himself and his bride-to-be. Instead, he went a step further: inviting a photographer from the Canadian Press wire service and a reporter from Toronto Life to witness ...

 2018-01-17 17:38 

CTV News

Wynne to shuffle several senior cabinet posts, The Canadian Press has learned...
 2018-01-17 17:38 

CTV News

Wynne to shuffle several senior cabinet posts: CP...

Premier Kathleen Wynne is shuffling several senior portfolios in her cabinet, less than five months before the Ontario election, The Canadian Press has learned....

 2018-01-17 04:51 

CTV News

Wynne to shuffle several senior cabinet posts: CP...

Premier Kathleen Wynne is shuffling several senior portfolios in her cabinet, less than five months before the Ontario election, The Canadian Press has learned....

 2018-01-16 22:03 

Global News

Hijab-cutting incident: Experts warn of ethical issues with putting kids in media spotlight...

Many media outlets, including The Canadian Press, have since chosen not to identify the girl. Some publications outside Canada, however, continued to use her name and photo even after the allegations were dismissed as false....

 2018-01-14 15:59 

CTV News

Ontario refuses to say how much it overran $12M repair budget for bridge...

Repairs to a bridge in northwestern Ontario will take nearly three years and delays have pushed the total cost well over the initial $8 million to $12 million estimate, according to documents obtained by The Canadian Press....

 2018-01-14 15:47 

National Post

Ontario won't release bridge repair cost estimates or say who will foot the bill...

TORONTO — Repairs to a bridge in northwestern Ontario will take nearly three years and delays have pushed the total cost well over the initial $8 million to $12 million estimate, according to documents obtained by The Canadian Press. But the Ontario...

 2018-01-11 21:45 

National Post

A look at Canada's men's Olympic hockey roster heading to South Korea...

With the NHL not taking part in next month's Pyeongchang Olympics, Canada had to dig deep to fill out its roster for the 2018 Games. The Canadian Press takes a look the 25 players heading to South Korea for the men's hockey tournament. FORWARDS Ch...

 2018-01-10 19:58 

National Post

Corrective to Dec. 9 story on Tim Hortons and Ontario's wage hike...

On Dec. 9, The Canadian Press erroneously reported in a "by the numbers" article that there were 4,613 Tim Hortons locations in Canada as of Dec. 31, 2016. In fact, that figure refers to the global number of Tim Hortons locations. The number of Ca...

 2018-01-10 16:24 

Vancouver Sun

Daily Poll: Should faith-based hospitals that receive government funding be required to provide assisted dying to patients?...

The debate over whether faith-based hospitals that are tax-payer funded should be allowed to opt out of assisted dying practices has been reignited. According to a Canadian Press report, a man bein...

 2018-01-09 16:52 

National Post

Canadian ice and sand sculptor Michel Lepire dead at 70...

Quebec ice and sand sculptor Michel Lepire, the man behind many of the elaborate ice palaces at Quebec City's annual Carnaval, has died. Lepire's daughter, Renee-Claude, told The Canadian Press he died suddenly from a heart attack Monday. He was 7...

 2018-01-09 01:29 

National Post

Johnny Manziel agent Burkhardt gives Ticats until Jan. 31 to sign his client...

TORONTO — Johnny Manziel's agent has given the Hamilton Tiger-Cats until Jan. 31 to sign the former Heisman Trophy winner. In a statement obtained by The Canadian Press, Erik Burkhardt said the Ticats had until the end of the month "to work ...

 2018-01-06 19:09 

National Post

Corrective to Jan. 5 story on Soulpepper's 'actress auction'...

TORONTO — The Canadian Press erroneously reported on Friday, Jan. 5 that a union spokeswoman spoke to Ann-Marie MacDonald. In fact, Arden Ryshpan, the executive director of the union, spoke to MacDonald....

 2018-01-05 17:10 

National Post

'Don't step out of line': Confidential report reveals how Chinese officials harass activists in Canada...

'They said if this (critical) story comes out in the Canadian press, then you are responsible for the life of your relatives'...

 2018-01-05 16:55 

National Post

Polar night draws to an end in Inuvik; festival marks return to longer days...

Sunrise-Festival HL:Polar night draws to an end in Inuvik; festival marks return to longer days THE CANADIAN PRESS INUVIK, N.W.T. — The sun is returning to the horizon in the Northwest Territories town of Inuvik, even as Atlantic Canadians dig out f...

 2018-01-04 23:17 

Global News

How much Christmas waste is being recycled in Calgary?...

According to The Canadian Press,Albertaproduces the most waste per person, at almost 1,000 kilograms per year....

 2018-01-04 00:03 

National Post

Father charged with second-degree murder in B.C. sisters' deaths...

OAK BAY, B.C. — The father of two girls who were found dead in a Victoria-area home on Christmas Day has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder. RCMP say in a news release that 43-year-old Andrew Berry was arrested and charged after he...

 2018-01-03 19:21 

Toronto Star

Elizabeth May says young political staffers most vulnerable to sexual harassment on Parliament Hill...

May made the observation following a new Canadian Press survey of female MPs that suggests the problem is as prevalent in the corridors of power in Ottawa as it is everywhere else....

 2017-12-30 00:08 

Global News

Premier Stephen McNeil says he believes some progress is being made in N.S. doctor recruitment...

McNeil told the Canadian Press that the doctor shortage a complex problem that's like ...

 2017-12-28 15:46 

Globe and Mail

U19 FIBA basketball champions voted Canadian Press team of year...

The team captured Canada's first gold in the sport at any world or Olympic event...

 2017-12-28 15:39 

CTV News

U19 FIBA basketball champions pick up Canadian Press team of year honours...

Canada's under-19 basketball team is the Canadian Press Team of the Year for 2017....

 2017-12-28 15:14 

Globe and Mail

Canadian men's U19 basketball team named CP team of the year...

Canada's U19 men's basketball team has been chosen as the Canadian Press Team of the Year for 2017 by broadcasters and sports editors across the country. The team captured the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup title in July....

 2017-12-28 15:03 

National Post

U19 FIBA basketball champions pick up Canadian Press team of year honours...

TORONTO — It was the perfect mix of talent and togetherness. And over one remarkable week last summer in Cairo, 12 teenagers did something no Canadian team had ever accomplished — claim gold on basketball's world stage. Canada captured the...

 2017-12-27 16:42 

Globe and Mail

Brooke Henderson chosen as CP female athlete of the year...

Golfer Brooke Henderson has been voted the Canadian Press female athlete of the year in a poll of Canadian broadcasters and sports editors. The 20-year-old golfer won two LPGA Tour events this season and had eight top 10 finishes....

 2017-12-27 15:38 

Globe and Mail

Golfer Brooke Henderson named Canadian Press female athlete of the year...

Henderson capped an impressive season by winning the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award...

 2017-12-27 15:07 

CTV News

Golfer Brooke Henderson wins Rosenfeld Award as Canadian Press female athlete of the year...

Canadian golfer Brooke Henderson is the winner of the Bobbie Rosenfeld Award for the second time in three years. The 20-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont., won two LPGA Tour events this season and had eight top-10 finishes....

 2017-12-26 20:46 

Globe and Mail

Denis Shapovalov voted Canadian Press male athlete of the year...

The Canadian tennis phenom is being touted as a rising star with potential to crack the top 10 or even top five in the world...

 2017-12-26 18:56 

Globe and Mail

Denis Shapovalov chosen as CP Male Athlete of the Year...

Denis Shapovalov edged out Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby by one vote to be named the Canadian Press Male Athlete of 2017. The tennis player was selected in a survey of broadcasters and sports editors across Canada....

 2017-12-26 15:08 

CTV News

Tennis star Denis Shapovalov Canadian Press male athlete of the year...

18-year-old Denis Shapovalov's run up the ATP rankings has earned the Richmond Hill, Ont., tennis player the Lionel Conacher Award as the Canadian Press male athlete of the year....

 2017-12-25 21:03 

National Post

Canucks' Alexander Burmistrov retiring from NHL, heading back to KHL...

Vancouver Canucks forward Alexander Burmistrov is retiring from the NHL and will continue his career in the Kontinental Hockey League, his agent says. Burmistrov's agent, Dan Milstein, confirmed in a message to The Canadian Press that Burmistrov is re...

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