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Ontario Politics · Ottawa
Meta to test limiting some news access on Facebook, Instagram in Canada
Meta Platforms Inc on Thursday said it will begin tests on its social media websites Facebook and Instagram that will limit some users and publishers from viewing or sharing some news content in Canada.See the Story
49% Left coverage: 51 sources
Air Canada · Nakusp
Air Canada says to expect further travel disruptions following Thursday's IT issues
A total of 89 Air Canada flights, or 17 per cent of the airline's scheduled load, had been delayed Friday as of around 11:30 a.m. EDT. The source of the disruption was in the system used by the airline to communicate with aircraft and monitor their performance, which Air Canada has been in the process of upgrading.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 15 sources
Energy · Vancouver
Federal government provides $5.9M for Indigenous clean energy projects in B.C.
The minister responsible for the Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada has announced the government is giving nearly $6 million for Indigenous communities in British Columbia to develop clean energy projects. See the Story
79% Left coverage: 14 sources
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Kelowna · Kelowna
Net benefits to Canada went unquestioned in big forestry buyouts
Paper Excellence capped off an unprecedented series of multibillion-dollar buyouts to become the largest forestry company in Canada. Industry Canada did not conduct a net benefit analysis to see if the company's recent US$3-billion purchase of Domtar and US$2.7-billion buyout of Resolute Forest Products were in the economic interests of Canadians.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Richmond Hill, Ontario · Richmond Hill
Vehicle sales rise in May, showing hope for strong summer: DesRosiers
DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc. says May brought hope after several years of disrupted sales patterns. The consultancy firm says total light vehicle sales in May were up 13.5 per cent from a year ago. But sales were still 21.0 per cent below pre-pandemic levels.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Wildfires · Nova Scotia
Wildfires, extreme weather driving insurance costs up over time
The wildfires plaguing residents in Alberta and Nova Scotia are part of a larger trend that’s driving up the cost of home insurance as extreme weather becomes more common, insurance experts say. “Premiums in Canada have been increasing for some time already,” said Marcos Alvarez, g...See the Story
70% Left coverage: 10 sources
Floods · British Columbia
B.C. boosts funds for weather extremes
The Extreme Weather Preparedness for Agriculture program was started in 2022 to assist producers dealing with extreme heat and flooding in the province. The first year saw nearly 130 projects funded through $1.4 million from the provincial ministry of agriculture. Eligible funding for building retrofits include fire-resistant roofs, eaves and vents.See the Story
Housing · Vancouver
How can Whistler preserve and optimize its existing housing supply?
The Resort Municipality of Whistler's new Housing Action Plan reflects the barriers that still persist here. From expanded infill housing to expedited building timelines, the guiding document contains no shortage of ambitious ideas. In the first of Pique's series delving deeper into the plan, we hone in on one of six focus areas: Protect and optimize employee housing.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Corruption · Vancouver
Deals to let firms avoid bribery charges may be 'political kryptonite': law professor
The legal tool known as a remediation agreement in Canada was added to the Criminal Code in 2018 and allows companies to avoid charges in exchange for admissions of wrongdoing, co-operation with investigators, payment of penalties and other commitments. But the lengthy delays between a company's wrongdoing and resolution via an agreement raise questions about how effective the deals are at curtailing corruption.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 4 sources
Europe · Paris
Renewable energy surges, driven by solar boom and high fuel prices, report finds
The world is set to add a record amount of renewable electricity capacity this year as governments and consumers seek to offset high energy prices and take advantage of a boom in solar power, according to a new report Thursday.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 22 sources