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Residents of northern Ontario community return home as forest fires continue to burn

TORONTO — The mayor of a northern Ontario community says residents have been allowed to return to homes they were forced to leave earlier this week as forest fires burned nearby. But Lorie Hunter, the mayor of Temagami, Ont.

B.C. real estate market tips to balance amid new mortgage rules: association

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Real Estate Association says tighter mortgage rules and lower demand are bringing the provincial housing market into balance.
Toronto will add 200 officers to night shift to curb shootings

Toronto will add 200 officers to night shift to curb shootings

Toronto plans to add 200 frontline officers to the night shift over the summer in an effort to reduce gun violence, the city's police chief said Thursday while the mayor promised new funds for community programs to help at-risk youth.
Kinder Morgan subtracts capital gains tax to cut 'net price' for Trans Mountain

Kinder Morgan subtracts capital gains tax to cut 'net price' for Trans Mountain

CALGARY — Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. says the actual price the federal government will pay for its Trans Mountain pipeline system and expansion project will be hundreds of millions of dollars less than the $4.5 billion it announced in May.

Donald Trump showdown at the NATO summit, a journalist's perspective.

BRUSSELS — It was only a matter of time.
'Potential risk' to GTA prompts increased police presence in Toronto

'Potential risk' to GTA prompts increased police presence in Toronto

TORONTO — Information about a "potential risk" in the Greater Toronto Area led to an increase in police presence in Toronto's downtown core on Thursday, but officers insisted the public should not avoid any of the city's attractions, prompting confus
In the news today, July 13

In the news today, July 13

Five stories in the news for Friday, July 13 ——— PRAIRIES, B.C. TO MEET ON TRUCKING REGULATIONS Officials from the four western provinces plan to meet next week to discuss standardized trucking regulations.
Ottawa spends $24K on rebranding 'Invest in Canada Hub' to 'Invest in Canada'

Ottawa spends $24K on rebranding 'Invest in Canada Hub' to 'Invest in Canada'

OTTAWA — The federal Liberal government embarked on an exhaustive creative process and spent $24,000 to hire a consultant to help rebrand its new investment promotion body to grab the attention of foreign investors.
Liberal MP asks Twitter to look at parody account she believes is spewing hate

Liberal MP asks Twitter to look at parody account she believes is spewing hate

OTTAWA — A Liberal MP who was targeted with hate mail and death threats last year over a motion to condemn Islamophobia and systemic racism has asked Twitter to investigate a parody account she believes has crossed the line from funny to hateful.
Liberal promise to set strict rules for unpaid interns pushed to 2019

Liberal promise to set strict rules for unpaid interns pushed to 2019

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau's Liberals won't make good on their vow to crack down on unpaid internships until next year — almost four years after the issue first landed on the federal government's agenda.