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Trudeau: NO to sickness benefit for Vacationers

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is making changes to the $1,000 sickness benefit, closing a loophole to make sure anyone who...

Justin Trudeau upset with politicians’ wanderlust

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he shares the frustrations of Canadians with those who’ve chosen to travel abroad over the holiday season. Trudeau says changes...

Alberta helicopter crash: A family devastated

Four people who died in a helicopter crash on New Year's Day were identified by loved ones Sunday as members of a strong and...

Tim Hortons launches new dark roast, back to basics…no preservatives policy soon…

Tim Hortons is hoping the third time's a charm as it rolls out its latest iteration of a dark roast coffee this week, a key part of the chain's back-to-basics plan that will focus on its core offerings of coffee, doughnuts and breakfast in 2021. It's a strategy industry watchers say will help Tim Hortons shore up its existing market share while potentially attracting new customers in the increasingly competitive realm of grab-and-go breakfast. The fast-food eatery is also overhauling its breakfast sandwich by adding fresh eggs and naturally smoked bacon, while promising to remove artificial colours, flavours and preservatives from all its menu items by the end of the year.

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