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Aeroplan members get more certainty after deal, despite lingering questions

Aeroplan members get more certainty after deal, despite lingering questions

MONTREAL — Aeroplan members have more certainty about the future of their points now that the loyalty program is set to be acquired by Air Canada, but analysts say consumers shouldn't expect to be able to redeem them at airlines its current owner rec
'Not a politician:' Ex-chief planner sets sights on Toronto mayoralty

'Not a politician:' Ex-chief planner sets sights on Toronto mayoralty

TORONTO — A professional urban planner considered a credible, if long-shot challenger to Toronto's incumbent mayor in October's municipal vote is set to hold her first campaign rally Thursday against a backdrop of unprecedented intervention in the ci
Scent of smoke: B.C. wineries look for ways to cut wildfire risks

Scent of smoke: B.C. wineries look for ways to cut wildfire risks

VANCOUVER — Winemakers can only hope the scent of smoke that's in the air across British Columbia from wildfires won't swirl in the glass once this year's vintages have been bottled.
New Brunswick's political parties set to begin campaigns for Sept. 24 election

New Brunswick's political parties set to begin campaigns for Sept. 24 election

FREDERICTON — The parties are ready, the signs are printed and the buses are fuelled up. The campaign for New Brunswick's provincial election officially begins Thursday with the writ drop.

B.C. records second-highest monthly fatal overdoses so far in 2018

VICTORIA — British Columbia's coroners service says 134 people died of illicit-drug overdoses in July, a 25 per cent increase from June.
Nova Scotia man fighting perception he is sex offender who has the same name

Nova Scotia man fighting perception he is sex offender who has the same name

TRURO, N.S. — A Nova Scotia contractor who shares the exact name of a recently released sexual predator says it has created a case of mistaken identity that is costing him business.
'It's the right time:' Humboldt Broncos president steps down from executive

'It's the right time:' Humboldt Broncos president steps down from executive

HUMBOLDT, Sask. — The man who became the public face of the Humboldt Broncos in the days after the Saskatchewan junior hockey team's bus crashed in April has stepped down as president of the organization.
Convicted Canadian spy who sold secrets to Russia granted day parole

Convicted Canadian spy who sold secrets to Russia granted day parole

DORCHESTER, N.B. — A former Canadian naval intelligence officer convicted of spying for Russia has been granted day parole and could be living in a halfway house this fall, the Parole Board of Canada said Wednesday.
Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Two French minesweepers built in Thunder Bay disappeared 99 years ago
Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Don't panic, but they are worried there might not be enough