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B.C. wants to axe daylight saving time. Will the rest of...

VANCOUVER—Ray Saunders’ days of climbing ladders are behind him, that much he knows for sure. For decades, driving around Vancouver to each public...

Council will approve Toronto’s $13.53-billion budget today — follow what gets...

Council signs off on the city’s $13.53-billion operating budget today — debating how that money gets split up between policing, libraries, snow clearing,...

Toronto’s mayor boycotted a Chinese flag-raising ceremony. Vancouver stopped a while...

VANCOUVER—On Tuesday, a Hong Kong police officer shot a protester. Last December, China arrested Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, both of whom...

Australia is investigating Big Tech. Should Canada’s competition bureau follow?

Australia is taking on the digital behemoths of Facebook and Google, while the rest of the world watches closely. But will Canada follow?After...

Rogers has finally offered an unlimited wireless data plan — will...

Rogers Communications has announced the first unlimited data wireless plan from a major national carrier in Canada, a move that some say will...

Live: Follow along as the Raptors square off against the Bucks...

MILWAUKEE – The Raptors will try to take advantage of some vast playoff experience as they play a vital Game 5 of the...

Follow our live coverage as the Raptors face off against the...

PHILADELPHIA—It’s never an easy thing to do, to close out a playoff series on the road but the Raptors have proven they can...

Follow live: Toronto Raptors face Philadelphia 76ers in Game 4

PHILADELPHIA – The Raptors are facing the most important game of their season this afternoon against the 76ers here at the Wells Fargo...

Why experts say Canada should follow Australia’s lead on China in...

VANCOUVER—Canada should not be afraid to follow Australia’s lead in standing up to Beijing in policy and practice, say experts who have analyzed...

Canada will follow ‘rule of law’ in Huawei extradition case, Justin...

OTTAWA— Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has brushed off Donald Trump’s extraordinary boast that the U.S. president might intervene in his government’s move to...
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