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Microchip shortage leads to auto industry layoffs
A shortage of semiconductor chips used for many components in vehicles, including power steering and cruise control, will result in layoffs this spring as a Windsor, Ont., assembly plant reduces its shifts.
Hamilton man sentenced to 5 years for stabbing death of son of former NHL star
They lost their children to opioids, now these moms have something to say
Manitoba pastor arrested for violation of health orders
Polish volunteers head into the forest to help refugees stranded along Belarus border
Canada's women's hockey team drops 3rd straight Olympic tune-up to men's junior squad
Premier declines to apologize for comments about immigrants
Members of Tk'emlúps te Secwe̓pemc Nation wonder whether Trudeau was listening during his apologetic visit
Rural Canada's 'visible homelessness' problem driven by pandemic, high cost of housing
COVID-19 has virtually disappeared in Tokyo. It's not clear why
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