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Toronto psychiatrist loses licence over relationship with former patient

TORONTO — A Toronto psychiatrist has lost his licence to practise after becoming romantically involved with a former patient less than a month after their professional relationship ended. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario says Dr.
Photographer Boris Spremo remembered for charm, skill, chutzpah

Photographer Boris Spremo remembered for charm, skill, chutzpah

TORONTO — Award-winning photojournalist Boris Spremo, a blue-eyed charmer who captured intimate and surprising moments from world leaders and average citizens alike, has died.

British Columbia ends 2016-17 fiscal year with $2.7 billion surplus

VICTORIA — The B.C. government ended the last fiscal year with a surplus of $2.7 billion, largely in line with unaudited financial results released two months ago by the province's former Liberal government.

Striking ground crew at Toronto airport to vote on new offer from employer

TORONTO — The union representing striking ground crew workers at Canada's busiest airport said its members will be voting on a new contract offer on Wednesday.
Nova Scotia government imposes wage package on 75,000 civil servants

Nova Scotia government imposes wage package on 75,000 civil servants

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's Liberal government finally moved on a contentious piece of labour legislation Tuesday, effectively imposing a wage package on the province's 75,000 public sector employees and drawing a fiery response from the union representi
Great white shark's travels captivate Nova Scotians: 'Say hello if you see me'

Great white shark's travels captivate Nova Scotians: 'Say hello if you see me'

HALIFAX — He was first detected July 30 in the cold, dark waters off Shelburne, near Nova Scotia's southwest tip.

Calgary airport to convert Lexus-only stalls back to disabled parking

Calgary International Airport has apologized for moving parking stalls reserved for those with disabilities and setting up a Lexus marketing campaign in their place.

Canadian citizenship grant upheld for immigrant doctor living in the U.S.

TORONTO — An immigrant doctor doing medical training in the United States can keep his Canadian citizenship even though he had spent far fewer days in Canada than normally required to become a citizen, Federal Court has ruled.

Rising old age security spending dampened by CPP increases: Report

OTTAWA — The federal government's largest seniors benefit program is on course for all-time highs in spending over the coming years with waves of baby boomer retirements — spending levels that could be even higher if not for changes to the public pen

Fore! Cul-de-sac in Edmonton area being hit with flying golf balls: RCMP

FORT SASKATCHEWAN, Alta. — Alberta RCMP say a street in an Edmonton-area community is being used as a driving range.