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Canadians Pay Most Often In Cash, But For Small Purchases, Bank Of Canada Says

Canadians Pay Most Often In Cash, But For Small Purchases, Bank Of Canada Says

VANCOUVER — In an increasingly digital world, most Canadians still carry physical money in their wallets and favour cash payments, especially for smaller sums, according to a new report by Canada's central bank.

Canadians Pay Most Often In Cash, But For Small Purchases, Bank Of Canada Says

NIA Takes Over Killing Of RSS Leader Ravinder Gosain In Ludhiana

NIA Takes Over Killing Of RSS Leader Ravinder Gosain In Ludhiana

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has registered a case to probe the killing of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Ravinder Gosain in Ludhiana in Punjab, an official said on Friday.

NIA Takes Over Killing Of RSS Leader Ravinder Gosain In Ludhiana

Did You Lose An Envelope Full Of Cash In Coquitlam Recently?

Did You Lose An Envelope Full Of Cash In Coquitlam Recently?

Coquitlam RCMP is asking for your help finding the owner of an envelope full of cash.

Did You Lose An Envelope Full Of Cash In Coquitlam Recently?

Toronto Man Gets 5 Years In Prison For Claiming Nearly $1M In Tax Refunds

Toronto Man Gets 5 Years In Prison For Claiming Nearly $1M In Tax Refunds
TORONTO — A Toronto man has been sentenced to five years in prison for claiming nearly $1 million in Goods and Services Tax and Harmonized Sales Tax refunds to which he wasn't entitled.

Toronto Man Gets 5 Years In Prison For Claiming Nearly $1M In Tax Refunds

Calgary Woman Found Guilty In Son's Death Sentenced To Three Years

Calgary Woman Found Guilty In Son's Death Sentenced To Three Years

CALGARY — A woman found guilty in her son's death by failing to seek medical treatment for his strep infection has been sentenced to three years in prison.

Calgary Woman Found Guilty In Son's Death Sentenced To Three Years

Terror Suspect Mohamed Harkat Poses Low Risk Of Violence, Psychiatrist Says

Terror Suspect Mohamed Harkat Poses Low Risk Of Violence, Psychiatrist Says

OTTAWA — A psychiatrist who has treated terror suspect Mohamed Harkat for the last eight years says the refugee from Algeria is unlikely to commit violent acts.

Terror Suspect Mohamed Harkat Poses Low Risk Of Violence, Psychiatrist Says