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Jurors wrap up second day of deliberations in Hoggard sexual assault trial

Jurors wrap up second day of deliberations in Hoggard sexual assault trial

TORONTO — Jurors have wrapped up a second day of deliberations in the sexual assault trial of Jacob Hoggard, the lead singer of the Canadian band Hedley. Deliberations began Tuesday afternoon and are set to resume Thursday.
Calgary home sales declined in May for second month, but city still a sellers' market

Calgary home sales declined in May for second month, but city still a sellers' market

CALGARY — The Calgary Real Estate Board says sales activity in the western city trended down for the second month in a row in May.
Tim Hortons app collected vast amounts of sensitive data: privacy watchdogs

Tim Hortons app collected vast amounts of sensitive data: privacy watchdogs

OTTAWA — The Tim Hortons mobile ordering app violated the law by collecting vast amounts of location information from customers, an investigation by federal and provincial privacy watchdogs has found.
Review: Rylance brings his quirky brilliance to golfing tale

Review: Rylance brings his quirky brilliance to golfing tale

As one of our most talented living actors on screen or stage, Mark Rylance certainly knows how to speak beautifully. But sometimes it seems the essence of his acting emerges in those blank seconds between words.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (20,713.72, down 15.62 points.) Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Energy. Up 90 cents, or 1.8 per cent, to $51.79 on 26 million shares.
North American stock markets fall to start June on fears of rising interest rates

North American stock markets fall to start June on fears of rising interest rates

TORONTO — North American stock markets closed lower to start June amid rising interest rates and fears of persistently hot inflation.
New Brunswick is latest Atlantic province to roll out inflation relief

New Brunswick is latest Atlantic province to roll out inflation relief

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick became the latest Atlantic province to roll out an aid program targeting the rising cost of living with a $20-million package announced Wednesday.
Regulator rules Flair Airlines is Canadian; upstart carrier can keep its licence

Regulator rules Flair Airlines is Canadian; upstart carrier can keep its licence

Flair Airlines celebrated a major win Wednesday as a federal regulator ruled the upstart carrier is Canadian.

Louisiana county libraries block displays for groups, issues

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Book displays targeting specific groups or topics such as Cajun heritage, Pride Month or Black History Month are prohibited indefinitely at public libraries in Louisiana's Lafayette Parish, a newspaper reported.
Q&A: Mark Rylance on his still-evolving life in movies

Q&A: Mark Rylance on his still-evolving life in movies

NEW YORK (AP) — With London's stages closed for much of the pandemic, Mark Rylance — one of the theater's most soulful actors and a leading interpreter of Shakespeare — made six films. They span a wide gamut.