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 2018-08-16 15:57 

National Post

Tim Hortons looks to tackle leaky lids consumers have long complained about...

Tim Hortons admits it's fallen behind the competition with its packaging, but change is coming to your coffee cup and it will start with the lid. Executives from the fast food giant tell The Canadian Press the company has been using the same lids for ...

 2018-08-15 12:05 

Toronto Star

Climate change likely to cause more sewage leaks, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna warns...

Data provided to The Canadian Press recently showed over one trillion litres of raw sewage leaked into Canadian waterways between 2013 and 2017, including 215 billion litres in 2017 alone — a 10 per cent increase over 2013....

 2018-08-14 19:27 

National Post

Pesticides linked to bee deaths will be phased out in Canada, sources say...

OTTAWA — The federal government is taking steps to phase out the use of nicotine-based pesticides, linked to a rising number of honey bee deaths, starting in 2021. Sources close to the decision confirmed to The Canadian Press that the Pest Managemen...

 2018-08-14 16:12 

National Post

10/3 podcast: Tragedy in Fredericton...

On this episode of 10/3 host Dave Breakenridge is joined by Canadian Press reporter Morgan Lowrie who covered the story from the small New Brunswick city...

 2018-08-10 02:28 

The Boston Globe

Mookie Betts becomes 3rd Red Sox leadoff hitter to ever hit for the cycleMookie Betts becomes 3rd Red Sox leadoff hitter to ever hit for the cycle...
 2018-08-09 22:24 

Digital Spy

X-Men: Dark Phoenix undergoing three months of reshoots...

A new Canadian press report has revealed that X-Men: Dark Phoenix's cast and crew will spend another three months reshooting the last part of the film....

 2018-08-09 16:34 

National Post

Big credit card firms agree to cut fees they charge merchants: source...

OTTAWA — The federal government is announcing today that major credit card companies have agreed to lower the fees they charge the country's businesses. A government source tells The Canadian Press that Ottawa has reached voluntary, five-year de...

 2018-08-08 02:36 

The Boston Globe

Mitch Moreland’s homer helps Red Sox beat Blue JaysMitch Moreland’s homer helps Red Sox beat Blue Jays...

Mitch Moreland and J.D. Martinez each drove in four runs as the Red Sox again won in extra innings....

 2018-08-08 02:36 

The Boston Globe

Mitch Moreland’s homer helps Red Sox beat Blue JaysMitch Moreland’s homer helps Red Sox beat Blue Jays...

Moreland and J.D. Martinez each drove in four runs as the Red Sox again won in extra innings....

 2018-08-03 22:26 

CBC

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Ontario government vows to bring back buck a beer by Labour Day...

Ontario will see the return of buck a beer by Labour Day weekend, The Canadian Press has learned, though some in the industry predict few brewers will embrace the new, lower minimum price....

 2018-08-03 21:23 

CTV News

Ontario bringing back buck-a-beer by Labour Day: CP...

Ontario will see the return of buck a beer by Labour Day weekend, The Canadian Press has learned, though some in the industry predict few brewers will embrace the new, lower minimum price....

 2018-08-03 21:18 

National Post

Ontario government to bring back buck a beer by Labour Day: source...

TORONTO — Ontario will see the return of buck a beer by Labour Day weekend, The Canadian Press has learned, though some in the industry predict few brewers will embrace the new, lower minimum price. A source with knowledge of the plan says the Progr...

 2018-08-01 13:08 

National Post

Lawsuit against Soulpepper co-founder Albert Schultz 'resolved': lawyer...

TORONTO — A lawyer representing theatre impresario Albert Schultz says lawsuits alleging he sexually harassed multiple actresses have been 'resolved.' Peter Wardle tells The Canadian Press that the legal actions against the Soulpepper Theatr...

 2018-07-31 23:50 

Toronto Star

Federal government stalls on release of new Canadian citizenship guide intended to launch last year...

Conservative immigration critic Michelle Rempel says she believes bureaucrats were sent back to the drawing board after a draft copy of the revised guide, obtained last year by The Canadian Press, revealed the department had removed references to barbaric...

 2018-07-31 08:17 

CTV News

Stalled progress for women in Canadian corporate suites...

None of Canada's TSX 60 companies were headed by a woman and two-thirds did not include a single woman among top earners during their latest fiscal year, reveals a Canadian Press analysis of corporate Canada's highest ranks....

 2018-07-31 08:01 

National Post

The corporate climb: Stalled progress for women in Canadian C-suites...

TORONTO — None of Canada's TSX 60 companies were headed by a woman and two-thirds did not include a single woman among top earners during their latest fiscal year, reveals a Canadian Press analysis of corporate Canada's highest ranks. Despit...

 2018-07-30 22:21 

National Post

Osuna sent to Astros by Blue Jays for Giles in closer swap...

BBA-Blue-Jays-Astros-Trade, 1st Writethru Update:Adds details HL:Osuna sent to Astros by Blue Jays for Giles in closer swap THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO — Swapping a closer with off-field troubles for one with on-field problems, the Toronto Blue Jays ...

 2018-07-29 14:34 

Global News

Ottawa considered speeding up new seatbelt rule after Broncos crash: documents...

Documents obtained by The Canadian Press under the Access to Information Act show Transport Canada considered enacting the rule sooner following the April 6 tragedy involving the Humboldt Broncos...

 2018-07-29 14:02 

National Post

Ottawa considered speeding up new seatbelt rule after Broncos crash: documents...

The father of a teen who died in a crash that killed 16 people on a junior hockey team bus is questioning why Ottawa is waiting two years to make seatbelts on new highway buses mandatory. Documents obtained by The Canadian Press under the Access to Inform...

 2018-07-27 19:47 

National Post

Corrective to July 26 story on Hudson's Bay fashion pop-ups...

A Canadian Press story erroneously reported Thursday that a Hudson's Bay pop-up would take place in Chinook, Alta. In fact, it will take place in the Chinook Centre in Calgary....

 2018-07-26 17:01 

National Post

The government's solution to benefits service issues? Artificial intelligence....

OTTAWA — Federal officials overseeing billions in benefit payments to millions of Canadians are hoping artificial intelligence can resolve ongoing snags in the system. Documents obtained by The Canadian Press under the access to information law show...

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