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Pierre Poilievre's claims on bail reform not backed by evidence, experts say

Pierre Poilievre's claims on bail reform not backed by evidence, experts say

Reforming Canada's bail system to keep certain offenders behind bars will not reduce crime, but it will put more people who are legally innocent in jails, according to criminologists and experts — contrary to what Pierre Poilievre has said.
Will the Bank of Canada raise its interest rates again?

Will the Bank of Canada raise its interest rates again?

Economists don't believe the Bank of Canada is ready to hit the brakes on its interest rate-hiking cycle just yet.
Ryan Reynolds, Catherine O'Hara among stars set for special Canadian Screen Awards

Ryan Reynolds, Catherine O'Hara among stars set for special Canadian Screen Awards

"Deadpool" actor Ryan Reynolds has RSVP'd for this year's Canadian Screen Awards, assuring the Toronto bash some high-voltage star power.
Surge of discount airlines making Canada's pilot shortage worse: experts

Surge of discount airlines making Canada's pilot shortage worse: experts

With their promise of cheaper fares and no unnecessary frills, a flurry of so-called discount airlines has burst onto the Canadian scene in the last few years.
Smith's office mum on investigating whether staffer contacted Alberta prosecutors

Smith's office mum on investigating whether staffer contacted Alberta prosecutors

Premier Danielle Smith’s office says it would be wrong if a staffer contacted prosecutors about cases involving the Coutts, Alta., border crossing blockade, but hasn’t committed to investigating whether that happened.
'A whitewash': Judge investigated for perceived racist remarks won't face sanctions

'A whitewash': Judge investigated for perceived racist remarks won't face sanctions

The Canadian Judicial Council will take no further action against an Alberta judge after people complained that comments he made about a medical examiner from Nigeria could be perceived as racist.
Oilsands execs say a 'just transition' isn't a worry — it's their next big 'boom'

Oilsands execs say a 'just transition' isn't a worry — it's their next big 'boom'

The CEOs of some of the biggest oilsands companies in Alberta say transitioning their workforce for a net-zero emissions future isn't about cutting jobs, it's about creating them.
AP Top 25 Movies, ranking 2022's best: What made the cut?

AP Top 25 Movies, ranking 2022's best: What made the cut?

With hundreds of new movies released each year, many of us depend on the expertise of film critics to help curate our own watching — a thoroughly communal yet deeply personal experience.
Review finds communication, staffing issues in ambulance response to fatal dog attack

Review finds communication, staffing issues in ambulance response to fatal dog attack

An independent review into why it took an ambulance 30 minutes to get to an 86-year-old Calgary woman who was attacked by three dogs says staff shortages and communication issues contributed to the delay.
Tips for saving at the grocery store as food inflation in Canada continues to soar

Tips for saving at the grocery store as food inflation in Canada continues to soar

Jim Dandy reads the grocery store flyers every week. It's a habit the 79-year-old retiree picked up in childhood and continued while raising three children during law school.