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Fatal shooting by Edmonton police officer investigated by review agency

Fatal shooting by Edmonton police officer investigated by review agency

EDMONTON — Alberta's law enforcement review agency is investigating the fatal shooting of a man by an Edmonton police officer. At about 8:30 p.m.
November new car sales see biggest monthly gain so far this year: DesRosiers

November new car sales see biggest monthly gain so far this year: DesRosiers

TORONTO — DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc. says new car sales in November soared 20.7 per cent compared with last year, as vehicle supply improves.
Payment technology firm Nuvei signs partnership deal with Microsoft

Payment technology firm Nuvei signs partnership deal with Microsoft

MONTREAL — Payment technology company Nuvei Corp. has signed a partnership agreement with Microsoft Corp. Financial terms were not immediately available.
Brookfield-led bid for Origin Energy fails to win required shareholder support

Brookfield-led bid for Origin Energy fails to win required shareholder support

TORONTO — Brookfield Asset Management Ltd. says its deal for Australia's Origin Energy Ltd. has failed to achieve the required shareholder support.
Russel Metals buying seven service centres from Samuel, Son & Co. Ltd. for $225M

Russel Metals buying seven service centres from Samuel, Son & Co. Ltd. for $225M

TORONTO — `Russel Metals Inc. has signed a deal to buy seven service centre locations from Samuel, Son & Co. Ltd. for about $225 million. The agreement covers five locations in Western Canada and two in the United States.
In the news today: Pro-Israel rally in Ottawa, Canadian confirmed dead in Lebanon

In the news today: Pro-Israel rally in Ottawa, Canadian confirmed dead in Lebanon

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Manslaughter could be hard to prove in Edmonton officer shooting, experts say

Manslaughter could be hard to prove in Edmonton officer shooting, experts say

Manslaughter charges against a man accused of selling a gun to a 16-year-old boy who took his own life after fatally shooting two Edmonton police officers is an unusual case that might be difficult to prove, legal experts say.
Democracy group calls for Nova Scotia right to information law overhaul

Democracy group calls for Nova Scotia right to information law overhaul

HALIFAX — A Canadian centre that promotes democracy around the world is calling for an overhaul of Nova Scotia's freedom of information law to reduce exemptions and give the appeal process more teeth.
Canada's telecom sector awaiting key regulatory decisions after transformative year

Canada's telecom sector awaiting key regulatory decisions after transformative year

Canada's telecom sector faced a significant shakeup in 2023 after Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne handed down a mandate requiring the CRTC to prioritize consumer rights, affordability, competition and universal access.
In the Amazon, Indigenous women bring a tiny tribe back from the brink of extinction

In the Amazon, Indigenous women bring a tiny tribe back from the brink of extinction

JUMA INDIGENOUS TERRITORY, Brazil (AP) — At night, in this village near the Assua River in Brazil, the rainforest reverberates. The sound of generators at times competes with the forest, a sign that there are people here.