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President Xi Jinping, China's most powerful leader in decades, increased his dominance when he was named Sunday to another term as head of the ruling Communist Party in a break with tradition and promoted allies who support his vision of tighter control over society and the struggling economy.
Independent theatre owners say they can't show the films they want until the larger chains like Cineplex Entertainment and Landmark Cinemas are done with them, which the indies say is taking longer than ever and hurting their business.
Thousands of Canadians are calling on the federal government to lift a recent ban on imports of rescue dogs from countries with a "high risk" of canine rabies — but a representative of a veterinary association says the move was necessary to protect public health.
A five-year study by LinkedIn on nearly 20 million of its users raises ethical red flags since some unknowing participants in the social experiment likely had job opportunities curtailed, experts in data privacy and human resources suggest.
Square, a financial technology company that sell mobile payment devices, found Canadians are sitting on more than $33 million worth of unspent gift cards through its platform alone.
When a surgeon saw patients stuck waiting for orthopedic surgeries, he designed a better operating room that's publicly funded to do the procedures faster and more efficiently. It's a model other hospitals are interested in copying.
Premier Danielle Smith tried to rally party members who have just come through a year of division marked by a leadership review followed by the resignation of former leader and premier Jason Kenney.
A "wind phone" located behind L'Orée du Bois restaurant in Chelsea, Que., was opened to the public last month to help people process their grief through speaking into an unconnected phone, an idea that originated in Japan.
Operations at the Billy Bishop Airport were suspended Saturday afternoon due to a suspicious package, Toronto police say.
Boris Johnson returned to Britain from holiday on Saturday to consider an audacious bid for a second term as prime minister in a race that could pit him against his former finance minister whose resignation in July helped drive him out of office.
Artificial intelligence art generators promote themselves as giving anyone the ability to create anything they imagine. Some artists see it as an offshoot of a larger movement — like non-fungible tokens and even the metaverse — that is making it harder to sustain a career, while still being sold as useful tools for artists.