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Google and the Canadian government have struck a framework for a deal over the Online News Act, Heritage Minister Pascale St-Onge says.
Alberta Health Services issued a public alert on Tuesday due to potential measles exposures. People in stated Calgary locations should self-monitor for symptoms.
Tim Danson, the lawyer representing the families of Paul Bernardo’s murder victims, will speak to MPs Wednesday about the transfer of inmates.
Fort Saskatchewan will be home to Dow’s Path2Zero facility, the world’s first net-zero Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions integrated ethylene cracker and derivatives site.
Microsoft’s president says he doesn’t think artificial intelligence poses an immediate threat to humanity’s existence, but “safety brakes” are needed to address AI’s risks.
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For the past year, Ellen Gretsinger, a nurse practitioner in Ontario’s Niagara region, has been providing patients with medically assisted deaths – and not getting paid for it.
The Canada Revenue Agency is releasing a report Monday that offers detailed findings of its audits of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy Program.