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Go, Canada! The 2024 Olympics uniforms celebrate each province, territory – National

Drumroll, please… Canadian clothing giant Lululemon has unveiled its Team Canada designs for the 2024 Olympics in Paris, giving Canadians a glimpse of what the country’s Olympians and Paralympians will be wearing at the opening and closing ceremonies. Lululemon and the Canadian Olympic team unveiled the official uniforms Tuesday. Team …

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Tim Hortons pizza? Chain looks to break through in crowded food market – National

Tim Hortons executives and chefs have collectively eaten thousands of flatbread pizzas over the last several years. There were versions that were spicy, others that begged for flavoured oil to be added to the base and a slew designed to figure out which combination of cheeses would nail the “ooey …

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Budget 2024 sets up a ‘hard year’ for the Liberals. Here’s what to expect – National

The Liberal government faces a slowing economy and an uphill battle in the polls as it prepares to table its 2024 federal budget on Tuesday. Global News spoke to Canada’s former parliamentary budget officer ahead of April 16, who said he’s expecting a tight spending plan with little room for …

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Carbon rebate payments going out to some Canadians. Here’s what to expect  – National

The first instalment of the 2024 Canada carbon rebate will be delivered to some Canadians on Monday as long as they filed their taxes by the middle of March. Canadians living in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and all four Atlantic provinces will receive the first of four instalments on Monday …

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Trudeau says he doesn’t ‘understand’ NDP position on carbon pricing – National

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he doesn’t “understand” the NDP position on the federal carbon price, specifically on the fuel charge, after NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said fighting climate change can’t be done while dividing people. “I feel for the NDP and for Jagmeet. This is a hard moment. There …

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Report alleges RCMP mistreatment of homeless Indigenous women in NWT – National

Homeless Indigenous women in the North do not feel well-protected by the RCMP and instead face violence and discrimination by police, a new report from the Yellowknife Women’s Society has found. The organization held two sessions with women last October, and every single participant said she either experienced abuse by …

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Cineplex sees box office revenue up 46% from 1 year ago – National

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted April 11, 2024 10:40 am 1 min read Descrease article font size Increase article font size Movie theatre company Cineplex Inc. says its box office revenue for March was up 46 per cent compared with a year ago, helped by “Dune: Part Two” and …

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Zebra mussels may prompt closure of national park lake, Manitoba government says – Winnipeg

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted April 9, 2024 9:37 pm Updated April 9, 2024 10:40 pm 1 min read Descrease article font size Increase article font size The Manitoba government says Parks Canada is considering closing a popular lake to boating this year because of zebra mussels. Jamie …

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Ottawa’s cap is a ‘reallocation’ of international students. Which provinces will gain? – National

Ottawa’s cap on the intake of international students is here and it comes with provincial quotas, which were announced on Friday. The federal government has adjusted the total number of student visa applications based on the population of each province. This means that while some provinces will see drastic decreases …

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Trudeau’s national security adviser to testify at foreign interference inquiry – National

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted April 8, 2024 7:44 am 1 min read Descrease article font size Increase article font size The public inquiry studying alleged meddling in Canada’s most recent elections will hear from the prime minister’s national security adviser on Monday. Nathalie Drouin was named to the …

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