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TD Bank Group reports profits down 22 per cent on anti-money laundering hit

TD Bank Group reports profits down 22 per cent on anti-money laundering hit

TORONTO — TD Bank Group's second-quarter profit fell 22 per cent from last year as it booked costs related to a high-profile failure of its U.S. anti-money laundering program.
'I won't stop,' Celine Dion says in trailer for upcoming doc about her health woes

'I won't stop,' Celine Dion says in trailer for upcoming doc about her health woes

Celine Dion’s fans are getting a first glimpse of the superstar’s struggle with a rare neurological disorder in an emotional trailer for an upcoming documentary about her career and life.
N.B. lieutenant-governor does not need to be bilingual, says Court of Appeal

N.B. lieutenant-governor does not need to be bilingual, says Court of Appeal

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's Court of Appeal says that while it is desirable for the province's lieutenant-governor to be bilingual, the Constitution doesn't impose such a requirement.
US applications for jobless benefits fall as labor market continues to thrive

US applications for jobless benefits fall as labor market continues to thrive

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week as layoffs remained historically low despite the Federal Reserve's efforts to loosen the labor market.
Lightspeed Commerce signs deal to integrate Uber Eats, Uber Direct into its platform

Lightspeed Commerce signs deal to integrate Uber Eats, Uber Direct into its platform

MONTREAL — Lightspeed Commerce Inc. has signed a North American partnership deal with Uber to integrate Uber Direct and Uber Eats marketplace into its platform.
'Mommy will help me': Navigating the web of supports for kids with autism in Ontario

'Mommy will help me': Navigating the web of supports for kids with autism in Ontario

Alexis Wilson suddenly awoke one night three years ago to her four-year-old son Emmett in her room, screaming, scratching his face and hitting his head against the wall.
'Control, consent, compensation': Voice actors express concern over AI in video games

'Control, consent, compensation': Voice actors express concern over AI in video games

A recent dispute over the use of a voice similar to Hollywood actor Scarlett Johansson by the maker of ChatGPT is another example of the complexities of generative artificial intelligence and the ethical debate around the technology.

Nvidia's profit soars, underscoring its dominance in chips for artificial intelligence

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Nvidia on Wednesday overshot Wall Street estimates as its profit skyrocketed, bolstered by the chipmaking dominance that has made the company an icon of the artificial intelligence boom.
Canada and U.S. suspend all fishing for Canadian-origin Yukon River chinook salmon

Canada and U.S. suspend all fishing for Canadian-origin Yukon River chinook salmon

WHITEHORSE — Canada and the United States are suspending all fishing for Canadian-origin Yukon River chinook salmon for seven years in an attempt to protect the dwindling species.

Doctors, patients want options to reduce dialysis waste adding to climate change

VANCOUVER — Francis Silva watches the blood flow through a straw-like tube in his left arm to a dialysis machine where it's cleaned of toxins and returned to his body through a second tube.