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Calgary Auto Show Canceled For 2023, All Canadian Auto Shows Could Be At Risk

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They Rented an RV to the QAnon Queen, Who Abandoned It and Left It Damaged and Full of Sardines

Romana Didulo, the QAnon Queen of Canada, driving one of her RVs. Photo via Telegram.  Vicki LeBlanc had no idea that when she and her husband decided to rent out her RV to a woman they met over Facebook they would be sucked into the vortex of a QAnon cult leader who would leave their vehicle trashed […]

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Carmakers Tipped To Build 4.4 Million Fewer Vehicles This Year Over Chip Shortages

While some had predicted that the semiconductor shortage would have been resolved by now, production figures from North America reveal that this is not the case. Data from AutoForecast Solutions reveals that car factories throughout North America cut some 79,000 vehicles from their production plans this week because of the microchip shortage. This continues the […]

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Canada Charges EV Researcher With Espionage After Allegedly Sharing Trade Secrets With China

Yuesheng Wang, who worked in a facility in Canada that develops technology for electric vehicles and energy storage systems, has been charged with espionage and stands accused of sharing trade secrets with China. The 35-year-old, who was arrested at his home near Montreal on Monday, worked with the local utility, Hydro-Quebec. He did not, however, […]

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Canadian Court Green Lights Class Action Over Nissan’s Defective Timing Chains

A certified class-action lawsuit against Nissan Canada and Nissan North America has received the go-ahead from a British Columbia court. The lawsuit stems from allegedly defective timing chains fitted to roughly 64,000 Nissan vehicles, including Maxima, Altima, Quest, Pathfinder, Xterra, and Frontier models from the 2004-2010 model years. The provincial Court of Appeal in British […]

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Starr Andrews Makes Figure Skating History In Canada

NewsOne Featured Video Nearly 36 years ago, former figure skater Debi Thomas made history by becoming the first Black woman to win a women’s title at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships; inspiring and empowering generations of Black skaters to display their magic on the ice. Among those standing on her shoulders is 21-year-old Starr Andrews […]

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The World’s Peatlands Are Climate Bombs Waiting to Detonate

The Congo Basin’s Cuvette Centrale, the world’s largest complex of tropical peatlands, covers an area slightly larger than the state of New York and stores the equivalent of three years of global carbon dioxide emissions. Like other peatlands around the world, it is a potential carbon bomb. When disturbed, these swampy freshwater landscapes unleash their […]

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Who Will NATO’s Next Secretary General Be?

BRUSSELS — The Russian war against Ukraine has given NATO a renewed sense of its vital role in the defense of Europe. With the risks of escalation and a wider war, this period may be as important as any in the history of the 73-year-old alliance, which was designed to deter the Soviet Union. With […]

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Battle Over Deep-Sea Mining Takes on New Urgency as Trial Run Winds Down

“The seafloor plume is hugging the seafloor,” he said. Still, the company’s own consultants acknowledged it was too early to draw any conclusions. “There is really a lot of data to analyze before you can make an assessment of environmental impacts,” Thomas L. Johnson of DHI Group, hired by the Metals Company to study the […]

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Suspect in Pelosi Attack Was in the US Illegally, Officials Say

WASHINGTON — The Canadian man accused of attacking Paul Pelosi with a hammer and trying to kidnap Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been living in the United States with an expired immigration status for years, officials at the Department of Homeland Security said on Thursday. David DePape, 42, who the authorities say broke into the Pelosis’ […]

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Ford’s Oakville Plant May Only Build Electric Explorer And Aviator

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Canada Aims to Add 1.45 Million Immigrants by 2025

With nearly one million job vacancies across the country, Canada is turning more squarely toward foreigners to address its labor shortage and has set record-breaking immigration targets for the coming three years. The new policy aims to attract a total of 1.45 million immigrants between 2023 and 2025 and was announced by Sean Fraser, Canada’s […]

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Where Have All the Cèpes Gone?

LAC LABELLE, Quebec — The leaves are almost gone now, after a spectacular display. The noisy formations of geese have flown south; imprints of deer hooves and even a black bear’s paws have replaced the kayaks and sand castles on the beach. Mournful loons have the lake to themselves. That’s the way it’s been every […]

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Car Owners In Canada Shockingly Quoted As Much As $23,000 For Hybrid And EV Battery Replacements

As electrified vehicles begin to flood the market, more and more people are finding out about the extremely high costs involved with replacing the battery. The latest of these incidents comes from Canadian EV and hybrid owners, whose vehicle repair costs have left them in shock. The first case of this happening was with Phyllis […]

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Canada Is Pleading With Taiwan To Give It More Semiconductors

The Canadian automotive industry desperately needs more semiconductors from Taiwan. Local producers have been battling with the semiconductor shortage for the better part of two years. A member of parliament from Ontario, Chris Lewis, said that local car factories including those owned by Ford, GM, Stellantis, Toyota, and Honda continue to battle with the shortage, […]

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VW Partners With Canada’s Xanadu To Advance Battery Technology And Materials

The Volkswagen Group has partnered with Canadian quantum technology company Xanadu to establish a multiyear research program to improve the performance of quantum algorithms for simulating battery materials. The program’s aim is to reduce computational costs and accelerate the German car manufacturer’s adoption of quantum computers that will allow it to develop battery materials that […]

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Inquiry on Trudeau Using Emergency Powers on Trucker Protests Begins

MONTREAL — For three weeks, truckers from across Canada converged on the capital, Ottawa, in protest against coronavirus regulations. They paralyzed the city’s life and disrupted some $300 million a day in trade by blocking crossings to the United States. And they dealt Prime Minister Justin Trudeau one of the biggest crises of his tenure, […]

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Hockey Canada C.E.O. and Board of Directors Resign Amid Controversy

TORONTO — The sweeping changes at the top of Hockey Canada demanded for months by politicians, corporate sponsors, prominent figures in sport and the public finally happened Tuesday when Scott Smith stepped down as the organization’s president and chief executive. At the same time, the entire board of directors also resigned. The departures came days […]

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Canada’s Project Arrow EV To Be Previewed On October 19

Project Arrow, the electric vehicle being developed and manufactured by Canada’s Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association, will be showcased during its annual conference on October 19. The vehicle has been conceived as all-electric and complete with an advanced autonomous driving system and will demonstrate the capabilities of Canada’s automotive suppliers, of which more than 400 have […]

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With Fall Migration, Bird Flu Flies Back Into Town

Cases ebbed in many places this summer, but the virus never completely disappeared. Now, it’s on the move. Blue-winged teal, a species related to ducks, are among the first species to fly south in the fall. In mid-September, three hunter-harvested teal tested positive for the virus in Mississippi, marking the first detections in that state. […]

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Many Canadians Can’t Afford Homes Despite Cooling Real Estate Market

HAMILTON, Ontario — Even with a budget of 1 million Canadian dollars, Ritu Choudhary and Nippun Goyal, a newly married couple living in Toronto, discovered that buying a house there would be impossible. The competition inside the city and nearby was so stiff that they had to consider 50 properties, before finally outbidding everyone to […]

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A Canadian Family Is Seeing the World Before Their Children’s Vision Falters

For their youngest son’s fifth birthday this summer, Edith Lemay and her husband took their children on a hot-air balloon ride above central Turkey that began before dawn. As the sun rose over the Cappadocia region, it revealed other balloons floating in the sky and some chimney-like rock formations on the ground below — a […]

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