Nearly half of Canadian workers think working remotely could hinder career growth: survey

However, 77 per cent believe flexibility is a key factor that'll be part of their decision to stay with or leave a company.
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Alberta pulp mill workers face layoffs because of issues caused by B.C. flooding: company
A major Canadian forestry firm says this fall's flooding and mudslides in B.C. have impacted its operations and are resulting in layoffs at an Alberta pulp mill.
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B.C. shatters temperature records as atmospheric river delivers warm, moist air
Penticton saw a balmy temperature of 22.5 C Wednesday, the warmest-ever December day recorded in B.C., and tied with the warmest December day ever recorded in Canada.
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Police confirm man found dead at oil lease site north of Edmonton was victim of homicide
An autopsy has confirmed that the man found dead after a fire broke out on an oil lease site in Sturgeon County last month was the victim of a homicide.
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Leafs stay hot, thump Avalanche 8-3
Auston Matthews scored three times to register the fourth hat trick of his career as the red-hot Toronto Maple Leafs thumped the Colorado Avalanche 8-3 on Wednesday night.
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B.C. floods: Hatzic evacuees on edge as rising lake floods homes
Evacuated residents of scores of properties in and around eastern Mission remain on edge, with no clear timeline on when they can return home.
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U.S. trade concerns send trade minister back to Washington as MPs debate solutions
Mary Ng met virtually Tuesday with her U.S. counterpart to discuss several trade disputes, including Canada's "significant concern" with a proposed electric vehicle tax credit.
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Afghan refugees spending months in 'ghost' hotels without stable housing, school for kids
A large number of Afghan refugees remain stuck in Canadian hotels — in some cases for months on end — with some unable to even send their children to school.
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Firefighters’ union warns of cuts, hiring deferrals in Vancouver’s 2022 budget
The Vancouver Fire Fighters' Union Local 18 says funding allocated to the fire department next year would result in the loss of five firefighters.
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Man seriously injured in downtown Toronto stabbing
Toronto police said emergency crews were called to the area of Dundas and Church streets at 6:41 p.m. Wednesday.
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Cargill, union reach tentative deal that could avert strike at Alberta meat plant
The union representing workers at the meat-packing plant that was the site of one of Canada's largest COVID-19 outbreaks says it's reached a tentative deal with Cargill.
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Man charged with attempted murder in Highway 401 shooting, Peel police say
“Fortunately, the victims in this incident did not suffer any physical injuries but this could have ended in tragedy."
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2 Manitobans, 2 Wheat Kings and 1 Jets prospect invited to national junior team camp
Winnipeg Jets prospect Cole Perfetti and Winnipeg Ice forward Carson Lambos were among 35 players to get an invite to the junior selection camp.
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'The sooner the better' to get kids vaccinated, Drouin tells parents
Montreal’s public health director is urging parents to get their kids to mass vaccination centres as soon as possible.
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Some B.C. places of worship prepare to check vaccine status at the door
Those churches, mosques, temples or synagogues that choose not to screen vaccine passports will have to limit attendance to half of maximum capacity. And masks are now mandatory for all, including choirs
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City of Calgary keeps offering free COVID-19 tests for unvaccinated employees, causing rift with police
Calgary's mayor says a move by the police service has forced the city to change its vaccine policy.
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Longueuil police ask for public’s help in finding missing teen
She was last seen Monday in Longueuil.
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Reality check: Will CRTC’s new tech to fight spam calls actually work?
CRTC said Tuesday that telecommunications service providers have begun to use a new technology to help Canadians screen spam calls.
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