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Universities warn of foreign influence registry’s ‘chilling effect’

Universities warn of foreign influence registry’s ‘chilling effect’

Institutions concerned about their ability to track individual research collaborations
Toronto ‘Walk with Israel’ event held amid high security, faceoffs with protesters

Toronto ‘Walk with Israel’ event held amid high security, faceoffs with protesters

An estimated 50,000 people took part in annual event
Capital gains proposal to be presented to Parliament Monday, Freeland says

Capital gains proposal to be presented to Parliament Monday, Freeland says

Government proposes to up taxable amount from half to two-thirds
Fire ravages historic Toronto church, destroying Group of Seven murals

Fire ravages historic Toronto church, destroying Group of Seven murals

Building destroyed after fire broke out shortly before 8am
Loved ones set to remember victims on anniversary of Manitoba bus crash

Loved ones set to remember victims on anniversary of Manitoba bus crash

17 seniors killed on way to casino
From Hawaii to B.C., wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

From Hawaii to B.C., wildfires underscore resiliency challenges for telecoms

Fires can knock out power and telephone lines, hindering communication efforts
Legal arguments delay evidence before jury at conspiracy to commit murder trial

Legal arguments delay evidence before jury at conspiracy to commit murder trial

Anthony Olienick, Chris Carbert were arrested after RCMP found a cache of guns, body armour and ammunition
Feds propose raft of changes to cannabis rules to reduce regulatory burden

Feds propose raft of changes to cannabis rules to reduce regulatory burden

Producers would also be able to package multiple products together
Liberal government launches $1.5B program to build more co-op housing

Liberal government launches $1.5B program to build more co-op housing

The program is expected to build thousands of new homes by 2028
Virani open to change Online Harms bill; Tories say modernize current laws instead

Virani open to change Online Harms bill; Tories say modernize current laws instead

The bill would impose stiffer Criminal Code punishments for hate-related offences