GENEVA — A trade dispute over glossy paper will continue with an appeal to the World Trade Organization, even though the United States announced last month that it had ended countervailing duties on Canadian producers.
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OTTAWA—Angry civil servants protested the Phoenix pay system debacle outside a federal Liberal cabinet retreat Thursday as the Trudeau government declared it would soon be taking an “entirely different approach” to how its employees get paid.
VANCOUVER—The B.C. Lions know they're facing an uphill slog in the second half of the season after dropping yet another close game.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-4) squeezed out a 24-21 win Saturday night, handing the Leos (3-6) their first home loss of the season.
Riders quarterback Zach Collaros threw for 215 yards, while B.C.'s Travis Lulay put up 231.
TORONTO—Hampered by a back injury, Marco Estrada struggled through his start yesterday.
Estrada (7-10) surrendered five earned runs on seven hits and walked four over parts of just three innings as the Toronto Blue Jays fell 8-3 to the Philadelphia Phillies.
REGINA—Brooke Henderson was reminded all week of what was at stake at the CP Women's Open.
She knew about the 45-year Canadian victory drought at the tournament, the pressure of playing on home soil, the list of the LPGA Tour's finest players who were nipping at her heels.
CALGARY—The National Energy Board says crude-by-rail exports from Canada set another record in June, rising to 204,558 barrels per day.
That's up almost three percent from 198,800 in May and 86 percent from 109,500 in June 2017.
TORONTO—Thomas Pannone realized early that he was cruising through innings and keeping Baltimore's hitters off-balance in his first major league start.
But a sixth-inning defensive gem from Randal Grichuk—who dove for an Austin Wynns liner in centre field and kept the ball in his glove while bouncing to the turf—really got the rookie thinking about just how good his outing could be.
TORONTO—Carol Francey waxes nostalgic when she thinks back to the first time she tried pot.
The year was 1966, the place was Toronto's hippie-packed Yorkville neighbourhood, and she was 17-and-a-half-years-old.
The Victoria resident has been using pot ever since, she said some 52 years. And for most of that time, she did it in secret.
BARRIE, Ont.—The union representing provincial police officers in Ontario is calling on the Special Investigations Unit to end the practice of launching an investigation when an officer unsuccessfully administers naloxone to an overdose victim.
TORONTO—An ongoing labour dispute that has led to picket lines outside the Canadian National Exhibition could result in the popular Toronto fair losing about $1.5 million this year, according to the CEO of the annual event.