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'It's just mind-blowing:' Experts baffled by Hockey Canada's scandal response

'It's just mind-blowing:' Experts baffled by Hockey Canada's scandal response

Experts say Hockey Canada's "scorched-earth" response to criticism over its mishandling of alleged sexual assaults could sink the sport's national governing body as we know it today.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (18,583.13, down 395.88 points): Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED). Health care. Down $1.33, or 25.78 per cent, to $3.
S&P/TSX composite down almost 400 points, U.S. stock markets also down

S&P/TSX composite down almost 400 points, U.S. stock markets also down

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index ended down almost 400 points in the third straight day of downward movement amid better-than-expected employment numbers and expectations of further rate hikes on both sides of the border.
Nike joins sponsors pulling Hockey Canada support over handling of alleged assaults

Nike joins sponsors pulling Hockey Canada support over handling of alleged assaults

TORONTO — Sportswear giant Nike has suspended its partnership with Hockey Canada, pausing all support for the sport's national governing body amid an increasing backlash over its mishandling of alleged sexual assaults.
Yellowknife pub acquitted of breaking COVID-19 rules

Yellowknife pub acquitted of breaking COVID-19 rules

YELLOWKNIFE — The owners of a Yellowknife pub who were accused of violating COVID-19 public health orders say they're relieved they won't have to pay a $5,175 ticket.
Canada to allow international students to work more hours due to labour shortage

Canada to allow international students to work more hours due to labour shortage

OTTAWA — Canada will temporarily allow international students to work more than 20 hours a week, in a bid to address ongoing labour shortages.
Canadian labour market still tight as economy sees slight bump in employment

Canadian labour market still tight as economy sees slight bump in employment

OTTAWA — After sustaining three consecutive months of job losses and propelling fears of an economic slowdown, the Canadian economy posted a modest bump in employment in September, suggesting the labour market is still exceptionally tight.
MTY Food Group battles labour shortages, supply chain constraints

MTY Food Group battles labour shortages, supply chain constraints

Labour shortages are restricting opening hours and sales at some MTY Food Group Inc. restaurants as minimum wage increases push up costs, the company said Friday.
Cookbook looks back at dynamic Popeyes founder and his food

Cookbook looks back at dynamic Popeyes founder and his food

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisiana is known for delivering food with big, bold flavor.
Another month of solid US hiring suggests more big Fed hikes

Another month of solid US hiring suggests more big Fed hikes

WASHINGTON (AP) — America’s employers slowed their hiring in September but still added 263,000 jobs, a solid figure that will likely keep the Federal Reserve on pace to keep raising interest rates aggressively to fight persistently high inflation.