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Women who accused UPEI president of sexual harassment freed from non-disclosure deals

Women who accused UPEI president of sexual harassment freed from non-disclosure deals

CHARLOTTETOWN — Two women who accused the former president of the University of Prince Edward Island of sexual harassment have been released from non-disclosure agreements after more than a decade.
Canadian Tire profits fall as consumer spending on discretionary products sags

Canadian Tire profits fall as consumer spending on discretionary products sags

TORONTO — Demand for non-essential items at Canadian Tire stores took a dive last quarter as the company said customers are increasingly feeling the pinch of higher inflation and interest rates. Those struggles prompted Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd.
Audit finds 800 items missing from Canadian history museum, no plan to deal with it

Audit finds 800 items missing from Canadian history museum, no plan to deal with it

OTTAWA — An investigation by Canada's auditor general found the Canadian Museum of History's conservation system is putting its collections at risk.
83 areas of interest located during search for unmarked graves at residential school

83 areas of interest located during search for unmarked graves at residential school

BEAUVAL, Sask. — Eighty-three areas of interest have been found using ground-penetrating radar during a search for possible unmarked graves at a former residential school in northern Saskatchewan.
Air Canada ranks last in on-time performance among 10 biggest North American airlines

Air Canada ranks last in on-time performance among 10 biggest North American airlines

MONTREAL — A new report says Air Canada ranked last in on-time performance among the 10 largest airlines in North America, as some carriers north of the border struggle to find their post-pandemic footing despite much better outcomes than the travel
Independent review needed of N.S. flooding preparedness and response, says opposition

Independent review needed of N.S. flooding preparedness and response, says opposition

HALIFAX — Opposition politicians and the mayor of a Nova Scotia municipality devastated by floods say the province should order an external review of the response to the recent disaster.
No joke: Satirical websites get caught up in Meta's quest to block news in Canada

No joke: Satirical websites get caught up in Meta's quest to block news in Canada

OTTAWA — Luke Gordon Field is trying to figure out how he can explain the concept of deadpan satire to an algorithm. He says he never thought in a million years that the need to explain a joke would transcend humans.
Highest court refuses to hear appeal from B.C. churches opposed to COVID-19 ruling

Highest court refuses to hear appeal from B.C. churches opposed to COVID-19 ruling

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear an appeal from three British Columbia churches that argued their constitutional rights were violated when provincial restrictions banned indoor religious services at the height of the COVID-19
Leafs sign first-round draft pick Easton Cowan to entry-level contract

Leafs sign first-round draft pick Easton Cowan to entry-level contract

TORONTO — The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed first-round draft pick Easton Cowan to a three-year, entry-level contract. The Maple Leafs selected the 18-year-old forward with the 28th overall pick at the 2023 NHL draft.
Quebecor's Freedom Mobile purchase pushes it to big earnings gains

Quebecor's Freedom Mobile purchase pushes it to big earnings gains

Quebecor Inc. says it added more than 1.8 million subscribers through its purchase of Freedom Mobile as it began to unveil new offerings for customers following its entry to the national wireless market last quarter.