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GM, Unifor set to resume talks

INGERSOLL, Ont.—General Motors and the union representing about 2,500 striking workers at the CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont. were expected to resume talks today aimed at ending a strike that's into its fourth week.

The members of Unifor Local 88 walked off the job Sept. 17 as union negotiators worked to have GM designate the CAMI plant as the lead producer of the Equinox SUV.

'Scoop' deal

OTTAWA—Crown-Indigenous Relations minister Carolyn Bennett held back tears as she announced an agreement in principle with survivors of the '60s Scoop.

The agreement provides up to $750 million in compensation for individuals classified as status Indians and Inuit.

It also includes an investment of up to $50 million for a foundation for healing and reconciliation.

Moose on loose

CALGARY—An antlered midnight-rambler is a bit of a social media star after casually walking through a Calgary light-rail transit station.

Calgary Transit said a moose showed up on its closed-circuit television cameras early this morning as it ambled along a pedestrian overpass near the tracks.

The transit station is in the city's northwest near the Bow River valley.