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 2018-04-19 00:53 

Library Journal INFOdocket

Canada: CBC Says it Will Carry on with Destruction of Broadcast Archives Once Digitized...

From the Canadian Press: A charitable group dedicated to preserving the country's broadcasting heritage is calling on the CBC to stop destroying original television and radio broadcast materials as it moves to digitize the content. The Canadian Broadc...

 2018-04-18 23:39 

Toronto Star

'We didn't feel right playing the shows': Neon Dreams drummer on dropping out of Hedley's tour...

East Coast trio Neon Dreams faced a tough call as one of the openers on Hedley's Cageless tour. In a Q&A with the Canadian Press, Adrian Morris discusses the band's decision to leave, charities in their hometown of Halifax, and showing solidarity ...

 2018-04-18 19:33 

National Post

Correction to April 17 story on counterfeit fashion...

VANCOUVER — In a story that moved Tuesday, The Canadian Press incorrectly said that the Canadian Anti-Counterfeiting Network had increased its staffing to investigate online shopping scams. In fact, Lorne Lipkus's law firm, Kestenberg Siegal Lip...

 2018-04-17 19:13 

National Post

Corrective to April 16 story on Humboldt Broncos donations...

In an April 16 story, The Canadian Press incorrectly reported that donations to the GoFundMe page dedicated to the Humboldt Broncos start at $20. In fact, the minimum donation on GoFundMe is $5....

 2018-04-16 19:55 

National Post

Corrective to April 13 story on Ontario Liberal campaign advertising...

In an April 13 story on the Ontario Liberals unveiling their first campaign ad, The Canadian Press incorrectly reported that Jonathan Malloy is a political science professor at the University of Ottawa. In fact, Malloy is a professor at Carleton Universit...

 2018-04-16 02:38 

National Post

George scores 36 points, Thunder beat Jazz 116-108 in Game 1...

BKN-Jazz-Thunder, 1st Writethru HL:George scores 36 points, Thunder beat Jazz 116-108 in Game 1 By Cliff Brunt THE CANADIAN PRESS OKLAHOMA CITY — On Saturday, Thunder forward Paul George told reporters about an alter-ego he calls "Playoff P."...

 2018-04-13 21:48 

National Post

Corrective to story about Victoria police officer who died after coma...

VICTORIA — In a story that moved Thursday, April 12, The Canadian Press erroneously said Victoria police Const. Ian Jordan was in a coma for 30 years before he died. In fact, Jordan was in a coma for the first few months of the crash and then went i...

 2018-04-13 15:02 

National Post

Corrective to April 12 story on Second Cup...

In an April 12 story about the Second Cup reaching a deal with National Access Cannabis to operate a network of recreational pot stores, The Canadian Press erroneously said NAC was a private firm. In fact, it is a publicly traded company....

 2018-04-12 20:21 

National Post

Immigrant women earn less, face greater employment barriers: internal report...

OTTAWA — Immigrant women in Canada face greater employment barriers and earn less money than both male immigrants and Canadian-born women, data compiled by the immigration department suggests. The information, obtained by the Canadian Press through ...

 2018-04-12 14:16 

National Post

Mariah Carey battles bipolar disorder, no longer in denial...

US-People-Mariah-Carey HL:Mariah Carey battles bipolar disorder, no longer in denial THE CANADIAN PRESS NEW YORK — Mariah Carey says she's no longer living in isolation after seeking treatment for a bipolar disorder. In a People magazine article...

 2018-04-11 18:52 

National Post

Calgary truck company owner 'sorry' for hockey bus crash that killed 15...

CALGARY — The owner of a trucking company involved in a horrific collision that killed 15 people on the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team bus says he is sorry Sukhmander Singh told The Canadian Press he is "sorry for everything." He says i...

 2018-04-09 17:13 

WPXI

Mistaken identity: Body in Humboldt bus crash misidentified, officials say...

Authorities mixed up the identities of two players involved in the bus crash involving members of the Humboldt Broncos that killed 15 people, a spokesman for Saskatchewan's Ministry of Justice told Canadian Press....

 2018-04-09 17:13 

WSOC-TV

[ Charlotte, NC ]

Mistaken identity: Body in Humboldt bus crash misidentified, officials say...

Authorities mixed up the identities of two players involved in the bus crash involving members of the Humboldt Broncos that killed 15 people, a spokesman for Saskatchewan's Ministry of Justice told Canadian Press....

 2018-04-09 15:59 

National Post

Corrective to Apr.6 story about blueberry price-fixing...

In an Apr. 6 story, The Canadian Press erroneously said the North Eastern New Brunswick Wild Blueberry Growers Association president Louis-Philippe McGraw suggested a Competition Bureau investigation into price-fixing could put an end to long-running susp...

 2018-04-09 15:18 

National Post

Corrective to Apr.6 story about blueberry price-fixing...

In an Apr. 6 story, The Canadian Press erroneously said the North Eastern New Brunswick Wild Blueberry Growers Association president Louis-Philippe McGraw suggested a Competition Bureau investigation into price-fixing could put an end to long-running susp...

 2018-04-08 21:41 

National Post

Corrective to April 6 story on Humboldt Broncos...

NIPAWIN, Sask. — In an April 6 story, The Canadian Press erroneously reported that six players from the Humboldt Broncos had committed to post-secondary teams. In fact, the players mentioned were members of last season's Broncos team. A version ...

 2018-04-07 11:01 

National Post

Inquiry into missing, murdered women only scratching the surface: chair...

RICHMOND, B.C. — The head of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls says that without an extension, it will feel as though work remains undone. Marion Buller told The Canadian Press that the inquiry can produce a r...

 2018-04-06 21:46 

CBC

Canadian firm tied to Facebook data scandal got $100K from feds in 2017...

The Canadian company at the heart of the international scandal over the unauthorized use of Facebook information received $100,000 in federal funding last year to develop data-driven tools for political campaigns, The Canadian Press has learned....

 2018-04-05 15:23 

National Post

New episodes of 'Street Legal' are in development, CBC says...

TORONTO — Over 20 years after it ended, a reboot of the Canadian courtroom drama "Street Legal" is on the horizon. The CBC tells The Canadian Press it is in development on six new episodes of the series with Bernie Zuckerman, president of In...

 2018-04-04 10:03 

The Nation

[ Thailand ]

Canada should grant refugee status to persecuted Rohingya : report...

Canadas special envoy to Myanmar Bob Rae has urged his government to consider granting refugee and resettlement status to Myanmars ethnic Rohingya, reported the Canadian Press....

 2018-04-03 21:39 

Montreal Gazette

Hydro-Qubec partner plans appeal in New Hampshire for Northern Pass project...

Martin Murray, a spokesperson for Eversource Energy, confirmed to Canadian Press on Tuesday that the company plans to file a request with the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee (NHSEC) to reco......

 2018-04-01 18:10 

Global News

RBC head urges Canadian government to clamp down on investment capital to U.S....

RBC president and CEO Dave McKay told The Canadian Press that a...

 2018-03-29 13:31 

KFFX/KCYU

[ FOX Yakima ]

Canadian teen wins $1K a week for life on 1st lottery ticket...

QUEBEC CITY (AP) A Canadian teenager who purchased her first lottery ticket to celebrate......

 2018-03-28 15:54 

National Post

Corrective to March 27 story on the Dionne quintuplets...

The Canadian Press erroneously reported March 27 that the surviving Dionne quintuplets sued the Ontario government for separating them from their family and putting them on display as children. In fact, the sisters reached a $4-million settlement with the...

 2018-03-28 15:27 

National Post

Corrective to March 27 story on detoured flight...

MONTREAL — The Canadian Press erroneously reported March 27 that a Sunwing flight forced to return to Canada last summer was accompanied by two army fighter jets. In fact, the planes were F-15 U.S. Air Force fighter jets....

 2018-03-26 18:53 

National Post

Corrective to March 23 story on alleged assault of autistic man...

In a March 23 story on an investigation into the beating of an autistic man in Mississauga, Ont., The Canadian Press incorrectly reported that Parmvir Singh Chahil, charged with one count of aggravated assault, is 25. In fact, he is 21....

 2018-03-21 13:28 

CTV News

Staffers on Parliament Hill call for closer look at workplace bullying: survey...

The MeToo movement may have given national prominence to the issue of sexual misconduct on Parliament Hill, but some of the responses to a recent Canadian Press survey suggest bullying and exploitation of those who work for political bosses are largely un...

 2018-03-21 08:30 

National Post

Staffers on Parliament Hill call for closer look at workplace bullying: survey...

OTTAWA — The #MeToo movement may have given national prominence to the issue of sexual misconduct on Parliament Hill, but some of the responses to a recent Canadian Press survey suggest bullying and exploitation of those who work for political bosse...

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