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Canada to start 30-day consultation to impose surtax on Chinese EVs

Canada to start 30-day consultation to impose surtax on Chinese EVs

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada is investigating whether to impose a surtax on imports of Chinese-made electric vehicles.
Princess Anne's planned trip to Newfoundland cancelled following injury

Princess Anne's planned trip to Newfoundland cancelled following injury

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — An injury has forced Princess Anne to cancel a trip to Newfoundland this weekend to mark the 100th anniversary of the unveiling of the National War Memorial in St. John’s.
Canadians throw parties, gather with friends to cheer on Oilers in Stanley Cup final

Canadians throw parties, gather with friends to cheer on Oilers in Stanley Cup final

The Edmonton Oilers may not be on home ice when they try to clinch the Stanley Cup against the Florida Panthers on Monday night, but screams of support will resound across Canada from rinkside watch parties, bars, seniors homes and ordinary living ro
Voters head to polls for Toronto byelection, all eyes on whether Liberals hold seat

Voters head to polls for Toronto byelection, all eyes on whether Liberals hold seat

TORONTO — Residents of Toronto—St Paul's will head to the polls today to vote for a new member of parliament for their riding, with observers watching to see if the Liberals can hang on to the seat they've held for the last 10 elections.
Organizer cancels Montreal Canada Day parade, citing red tape, politics

Organizer cancels Montreal Canada Day parade, citing red tape, politics

MONTREAL — The organizer of Montreal's Canada Day parade has cancelled this year's event and says red tape and politics are to blame.
Quebec's Port-Cartier maximum security prison evacuated as wildfire burns

Quebec's Port-Cartier maximum security prison evacuated as wildfire burns

Wildfires burning near Port-Cartier, Que.
Eyes pinned to Toronto byelection as safe Liberal seat teeters under Trudeau

Eyes pinned to Toronto byelection as safe Liberal seat teeters under Trudeau

Leslie Church seemed to know exactly what was coming as she sat down for an interview in a Toronto park Friday, three days before the byelection that could complete her journey from longtime political staffer to Liberal member of Parliament.
Sporting sequins and silver, Mama Stanley becomes an Edmonton celebrity for playoffs

Sporting sequins and silver, Mama Stanley becomes an Edmonton celebrity for playoffs

EDMONTON — Edmonton Oilers fans crowd around Mary Loewen in a plaza outside the team's home arena during every playoffs game, asking to have their pictures taken with the superfan who's dressed as the Stanley Cup.
Former Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi named new leader of Alberta NDP in resounding vote

Former Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi named new leader of Alberta NDP in resounding vote

CALGARY — Former Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi’s appeal to new members outside the traditional fold of the Alberta NDP has propelled him to the helm of the party.
Pro-Palestinian protesters set up encampment in Montreal’s Victoria Square

Pro-Palestinian protesters set up encampment in Montreal’s Victoria Square

MONTREAL — A new pro-Palestinian encampment has popped up in downtown Montreal’s Ville-Marie borough.