TORONTO — Canadian author Deborah Ellis was ecstatic about Monday's Golden Globe nomination for "The Breadwinner," an animated film that's based on her children's novel, but said she won't be attending the awards show next month.
OTTAWA — The federal government's economic advisers are calling for more changes aimed at driving business investment and helping Canadians acquire new skills as they brace for the march of technology and its job-killing effects.
TORONTO — Relatives of murdered seniors, along with advocacy and health-care groups, are among four dozen applicants seeking to participate in a public inquiry sparked by a nurse who killed eight elderly long-term-care residents in Ontario.
WASHINGTON — Canada's NAFTA negotiators are on a fact-finding mission this week in Washington, seeking places where compromises might be found in the new year when the talks enter a critical, potentially do-or-die phase.
MONTREAL — Even before the first witnesses could be heard at a rare insider trading case that involves former Amaya CEO David Baazov and others, lawyers representing the accused attemped Monday to have the charges stayed.