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Clinical care back to normal levels after water main break: CHEO

Clinical care back to normal levels after water main break: CHEO

OTTAWA — The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario says a code grey issued Tuesday due to a water main break near its facility has now ended.
Kansas lawmakers approve a plan to lure the Chiefs from Missouri by helping to finance a new stadium

Kansas lawmakers approve a plan to lure the Chiefs from Missouri by helping to finance a new stadium

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators approved a bipartisan plan Tuesday aimed at luring the Kansas City Chiefs away from Missouri by helping to finance a new stadium for the Super Bowl champions.
Police say shoplifting started at new B.C. store 40 minutes after first opening

Police say shoplifting started at new B.C. store 40 minutes after first opening

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Police say a new grocery store in Prince George, B.C., has been hit by a spate of shoplifting that began 40 minutes after it opened its doors for the first time.
Airline caterer Gate Gourmet offers behind-the-scenes look at in-flight dining

Airline caterer Gate Gourmet offers behind-the-scenes look at in-flight dining

CALGARY — Molly Brandt, executive chef for in-flight catering company Gate Gourmet, sees her role as similar to that of a fashion designer creating haute couture.
Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,611.30, down 23.42 points): Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Up $1.02, or 2.21 per cent, to $47.27 on 22.
Waabi raises US$200M to launch self-driving freight trucks

Waabi raises US$200M to launch self-driving freight trucks

TORONTO — Self-driving truck developer Waabi Innovation Inc. says it has secured US$200 million in funding from investors including Nvidia, Volvo Group and Porsche Automobil Holding SE.
Energy stocks help nudge S&P/TSX composite higher as indexes ‘tread some water’

Energy stocks help nudge S&P/TSX composite higher as indexes ‘tread some water’

Energy equities nudged up Canada’s main stock index on Tuesday, balancing out a slight drop in the technology and industrial sectors. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 23.42 points at 21,611.30.
Five impactful moments in Celine Dion's new documentary 'I Am'

Five impactful moments in Celine Dion's new documentary 'I Am'

TORONTO — Celine Dion has bared her soul on stage for most of her life, but her new documentary reveals a previously unseen side of the famed Québécois singer.
Ontario Superior Court gives OK to Red Lobster Canada sales process

Ontario Superior Court gives OK to Red Lobster Canada sales process

TORONTO — An Ontario court has approved a sales process and stalking horse bid for Red Lobster Canada, which is operating under court protection from creditors. The move comes after a U.S.
Stock market today: Nvidia climbs to Wall Street's mountaintop as stocks broadly drift

Stock market today: Nvidia climbs to Wall Street's mountaintop as stocks broadly drift

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks edged up to more records following the latest signal that the economy’s growth may be slowing without cratering, while Nvidia continued its rocket ride upward to become Wall Street’s most valuable company.