CALGARY — Canada’s two largest railways moved a record 15.4 million tonnes of grain in the final three months of 2019.
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OSTRAVA, Czech Republic—Akil Thomas was in the crowd two years ago when little-used Tyler Steenbergen scored the winning goal for Canada at the world juniors.
Having just turned 18, he made a declaration to his friends.
“I'm going to score that goal one day," Thomas told them. "That's going to be me, watch.”
The statement turned out to be eerily prescient.
TORONTO — The union representing Ontario's public high school teachers said Friday it will hold another one-day walkout this week, the latest in a series of targeted job actions aimed at ramping up pressure on the province during stalled contract talks.
Two reports say the solvency positions of Canada’s defined benefit pensions rose to close out 2019 because of rising bond yields and a late-year equity rally.
Aon says solvency positions approached all-time highs after increasing sharply in the fourth quarter of last year, according to its median solvency ratio survey.
OSTRAVA, Czech Republic—Alexis Lafreniere started by weaving back and forth on the edges of his skates.
Next up was a series of twists and turns as he continued to test what is, at this moment, Canada's most famous knee. Not long after that, he was taking part in drills with his teammates.
TORONTO — A group representing Canadians who spend part of the year in sunnier climes has filed a legal challenge against Ontario's decision to scrap out-of-country health insurance, saying the government's move goes against the portability pillar of the Canada Health Act.
Some of Canada's newest parents rang in the new year by welcoming the first babies born in 2020 moments after the stroke of midnight.
In Quebec, baby Henri made his appearance at a Laval hospital just 32 seconds into the New Year, according to l'Hopital de la Cite-de-la-Sante.
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — Jenna Buglioni had the game-winning goal and added an assist as Canada beat Finland 4-1 on Wednesday in the semifinal of the under-18 women’s world hockey championship.
Canada will go for gold for the second straight year on Thursday when it takes on the United States in the tournament final.
The workers in charge of refuelling planes at Montreal's Trudeau and Mirabel airports could walk off the job on New Year's Day, threatening to disrupt the busy holiday travel season.
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers said Saturday its members have voted 99 per cent in favour of a strike unless a new contract agreement with their employer is reached.
ALIX, Alta. — Police in central Alberta say they've made an arrest in a bank robbery where the suspect allegedly fled on a snowmobile.
RCMP began investigating on Dec. 20 when they said a lone male wearing a mask and gloves entered the ATB Financial branch in Alix with a long-barrelled firearm and a machete, and then fled on a snowmobile with an undisclosed amount of cash.