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Hydro One said it already had a policy of pausing disconnections in winter and will waive reconnection fees and discuss payment plans to help customers in arrears get back on track.


Changes proposed in the Ontario budget bill would increase the share of revenue for craft distillers to about 45 per cent from the current 39 per cent.

Moose Knuckles

The Competition Bureau had alleged winter coats marketed as made-in-Canada were mostly made in Vietnam and elsewhere in Asia, saying only the finishing touches to the jackets, such as the trim, zippers and snaps, are done in Canada, an assertion Moose Knuckles has rejected.

Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman

Canadian Joshua Boyle and his wife, American Caitlan Coleman, who were kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2012. They have been held for more than 1,500 days.

Spies should discard unneeded data: watchdogs-Image1

Federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien said Tuesday that state spying and investigative powers have "already been significantly increased" in recent years. Now, he argued, it is time to consider greater legal safeguards to protect Canadians’ privacy.

Grits roll out electoral reform survey-Image1

Maryam Monsef Minister of Democratic Institutions stands in the House of Commons during question period on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Thursday, December 1, 2016. Days after fumbling the rollout of an all-party report on reforming how Canadians vote, the Liberals are giving Canadians 25 days to take part in a lengthy online interactive survey on electoral reform. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand

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