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Report Shows B.C. Most Affected by Changes in Foreign Workers Prog.

A C.D. Howe Institute report released on Thursday has highlighted that several key changes to the temporary foreign worker program allowed employers to hire from abroad easily in recent years and consequently led to an increase in unemployment rates in B.C. and Alberta. The report authored by Simon

The Toronto Police Service is requesting the public's assistance locating a missing woman.

Glory Nzeribe, 19, was last seen on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at 8 a.m., in the Kipling Avenue/Finch Avenue West area.

She is described as black, 5'3", 130 lbs., with

Ottawa Reveals New Pension Plans Proposal

The federal government made an important announcement about Canada’s long-debated retirement pension plan on Thursday, proclaiming to unveil a framework for a new benefit plan. The federal minister of state for finance, Kevin Sorenson, mentioned during a keynote address to the Economic Club of

Toronto Cop Charged in Teen's TTC Shooting Death Back to Work

Toronto Police Association President, Mike McCormack, has confirmed in an update that the police officer charged with second-degree murder in the death of 18-year-old Sammy Yatim, Const. James Forcillo, has returned to work in an administrative role. Const. Forcillo is accused of shooting Yatim on

Despite Impress Core Outlook, GM Profits Dive 88% after Recall

In its first-quarter report, General Motors Co. has announced on Thursday to have had its profit toppled by 88 per cent largely due to the massive recall prompted by discovery of defective ignition switches. However, the company claimed to have had otherwise observed better results that surpassed

Elections Commissioner Recommends Against Laying Charges on Robocalls Scandal

The Commissioner of Canada Elections, Yves Cote, has determined in his investigation into robocalls during the last federal election that there is not enough evidence to believe an offence was committed and that charges should not be laid. The elaborate and all-inclusive investigation looked into

PMO Ignores Queries about Drunk Teen Attended by Paramedics

The Prime Minister’s Office is still ignoring queries asking where Stephen Harper or his wife were at the night when paramedics were called to their official residence to take care of an intoxicated 18-year-old girl found just outside the driveway. According to several reliable sources, the call

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