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Canada shifts carbon price rebates from small business to rural residents

Canada shifts carbon price rebates from small business to rural residents

Rebate programs for business tied specifically to investments they make in energy efficiencies
Canada’s inflation rate tumbled below 3% in January, a ‘very pleasant surprise’

Canada’s inflation rate tumbled below 3% in January, a ‘very pleasant surprise’

Trudeau hopeful interest rates may soon follow as Bank of Canada looking for 2% inflation target
‘Stigma and fear’ drives pushback against Canada’s safer supply effort: minister

‘Stigma and fear’ drives pushback against Canada’s safer supply effort: minister

Ya’ara Saks says officials need to do more to inform the public as to how programs work
Canada’s Supreme Court has majority of women justices for 1st time

Canada’s Supreme Court has majority of women justices for 1st time

Justice Mary Moreau has been at the forefront of advocating for the rights of francophones
3 children, 2 seniors dead in Saskatchewan house fire

3 children, 2 seniors dead in Saskatchewan house fire

Weekend blaze decimated the home in Davidson, a town halfway between Regina and Saskatoon
800 drones on way to Ukraine for surveillance, Canada says

800 drones on way to Ukraine for surveillance, Canada says

Drones will cost more than $95 million and are part of a previously-announced $500 million for Ukraine
Homeless N.L. man lives on $175 a month. Housing monitor says it’s not enough

Homeless N.L. man lives on $175 a month. Housing monitor says it’s not enough

Colin Young says he’s grateful for what he has, but that it makes finding a job or housing difficult
Fake lawyers scamming immigrants, Bar of Montreal warns

Fake lawyers scamming immigrants, Bar of Montreal warns

Fraudsters charging huge amounts for meagre services
Canada holds ‘workshops’ for Indian officials on rule of law amid leaders’ spat

Canada holds ‘workshops’ for Indian officials on rule of law amid leaders’ spat

Tension remains after Trudeau accused India of helping to kill a B.C. Sikh community leader
‘Always a reason to buy’: Young shoppers keep cosmetics hot despite inflation

‘Always a reason to buy’: Young shoppers keep cosmetics hot despite inflation

‘You’re spending on something that gives you gratification immediately’