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From window coverings to mushrooms, here’s what got recalled in Canada this week Here’s a list of recalled items consumers should watch out for. Most Canadians worried about the Israel-Hamas war spreading, increasing hate incidents at home: Nanos survey A large majority of Canadians say they are worried about the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas spreading to other countries in the Middle East and beyond, a new survey from Nanos Research shows. ‘The most toxic place’: Foreign-trained doctors file human rights complaint, alleging discrimination Ten foreign-trained internal medicine specialists in Regina are claiming they were targets of ‘racist, and discriminatory leadership’ while working at the Regina General Hospital, and have filed a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission. Canadian seniors are eligible for four key vaccines this fall, but not all are free In most of Canada, you can feel a chill in the air. The change in season, triggering a change in health risks, has signalled the start of the cold and flu season. After three brutal winters, with respiratory illnesses dominating the headlines and filling hospitals, doctors are hopeful this one will be calmer. BREAKING NEWS UPDATES BREAKING NEWS UPDATES | Israeli troops tighten encirclement of Gaza City as top U.S. diplomat arrives in Israel Israeli troops tightened their encirclement of Gaza City on Friday as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Israel to press for a humanitarian ‘pause’ in the fighting with Hamas and for more aid to be allowed into besieged Gaza. FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried convicted of defrauding cryptocurrency customers A New York jury on Thursday convicted FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried of fraud in a scheme that cheated customers and investors of at least US$10 billion. Toyota recalls hundreds of thousands vehicles in Canada, warning they may catch fire while being driven Hundreds of thousands of Toyota SUVs are being recalled in Canada due to an issue that can cause the vehicles to burst into flames while being driven. Canada DEVELOPING DEVELOPING | Canada’s unemployment rate climbs to 5.7 per cent in October Statistics Canada says the country’s unemployment rate rose to 5.7 per cent last month, as the economy added a modest 18,000 jobs. Alberta proposes law on pension-exit referendum, but bill doesn’t make result binding The Alberta government has introduced legislation promising residents will get a say in a referendum on leaving the Canada Pension Plan, but the bill does not force the government to accept the result. ‘The roof would have fallen on me’: Toronto resident speaks out after condo gym’s ceiling collapses Sharif Abdala said he was working out at his condo building’s gym Wednesday night when the ceiling collapsed and debris nearly fell on top of him. Minister promises changes to temporary visas, but no ‘draconian measures’ Immigration Minister Marc Miller says he plans to recalibrate the number of people who come to Canada temporarily to make sure the program is sustainable, but details about what measures the government is considering remain unclear. Canadian prisons ‘disturbingly and unconscionably Indigenized’: corrections watchdog Zinger’s latest annual report says 32 per cent of all federal inmates in Canada — and 50 per cent of the women — are Indigenous, compared to 25 per cent in 2013. Lifetime cost of Canada’s F-35 fighter jets is $73.9B: parliamentary budget officer Canada will pay an estimated $73.9 billion to buy, fly and maintain its new fleet of F-35 fighter jets, the parliamentary budget officer said Thursday. World Putin revokes Russia’s ratification of nuclear test ban treaty Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday signed off on a law revoking his country’s ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, a move he says is designed to bring Moscow into line with the United States. The U.S. sanctions more foreign firms in a bid to choke off Russia’s supplies for its war in Ukraine The United States on Thursday imposed a new round of sanctions on 130 firms and people from Turkey, China and the United Arab Emirates in an effort to choke off Russia’s access to tools and equipment that support its invasion of Ukraine. New Delhi shuts schools and limits construction work to reduce severe air pollution New Delhi’s government shut primary schools and banned polluting vehicles and construction work in an attempt to reduce the worst haze and smog of the season, which has posed respiratory problems for people and enveloped monuments and high-rise buildings in and around India’s capital. A planted bomb targeting police kills 5 and wounds 20 at a bus stop in northwest Pakistan A bomb planted in a parked motorcycle exploded near a police vehicle in northwest Pakistan, killing at least five people and wounding 20 others Friday, police said. The explosion happened in Dera Ismail Khan, a city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan, police officer Gul Sher Khan said. Sunak says agreements at UK summit tip the balance in favor of humanity in fight against AI threats British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said Thursday that achievements at the first international AI Safety Summit would “tip the balance in favor of humanity” in the race to contain the risks from rapid advances in cutting-edge artificial intelligence. Russia steps up its aerial barrage of Ukraine as Kyiv officials brace for attacks on infrastructure Russia unleashed a wave of nighttime drone and missile attacks across 10 of Ukraine’s 24 regions, Ukrainian authorities said Friday as they prepare for another winter of infrastructure bombardment by the Kremlin’s forces. Politics Trudeau in D.C. to talk hemispheric trade, migration at White House summit Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in the U.S. capital today to represent Canada at the inaugural Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity summit. ‘Wish him all the best’: Trudeau dismisses Liberal loyalist saying party would benefit from new leader Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has dismissed a long-time Liberal and current senator’s suggestion that it may be time he steps down to make room for a new Liberal party leader. Finance ministers, Freeland set to meet to discuss Alberta CPP exit proposal Finance ministers from across the country will meet up virtually with their federal counterpart Chrystia Freeland today to discuss Alberta’s proposal to quit the Canada Pension Plan. Health From window coverings to mushrooms, here’s what got recalled in Canada this week Here’s a list of recalled items consumers should watch out for. Canadian seniors are eligible for four key vaccines this fall, but not all are free In most of Canada, you can feel a chill in the air. The change in season, triggering a change in health risks, has signalled the start of the cold and flu season. After three brutal winters, with respiratory illnesses dominating the headlines and filling hospitals, doctors are hopeful this one will be calmer. N.B. woman raising awareness about the dangers of radon gas after terminal lung cancer diagnosis A Havelock, N.B., woman received a terminal diagnosis of lung cancer two weeks ago and she’s raising awareness about the dangers of radon. Sci-Tech Sunak says agreements at UK summit tip the balance in favor of humanity in fight against AI threats British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said Thursday that achievements at the first international AI Safety Summit would “tip the balance in favor of humanity” in the race to contain the risks from rapid advances in cutting-edge artificial intelligence. Elon Musk’s conversation with British prime minister finishes off the U.K.’s AI Safety Summit Elon Musk sat down with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in a conversation that dove into the dangers and opportunities of artificial intelligence on Thursday, capping off the UK’s inaugural AI Safety Summit. U.K.’s Sunak to discuss AI risks with Kamala Harris at summit before chat with Elon Musk U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak are set to join senior politicians from around the world on Thursday at a U.K. summit focused on containing risks from rapid advances in cutting-edge artificial intelligence. Entertainment In the wake of Matthew Perry’s death, Chinese fans mourn an old friend Long before ‘Friends’ made its official debut in China, the show was a word-of-mouth phenomenon in the country. In the wake of Matthew Perry’s death at 54, fans in China are mourning the loss of the star who felt less like a distant celebrity and more like an old friend. Movie reviews: ‘The Holdovers’ is an uplifting tale that avoids the pitfalls of so many other movies about broken people This week, pop culture critic Richard Crouse reviews new movies ‘The Holdovers,’ ‘Priscilla,’ ‘NYAD’ and ‘Sly.’ Standup comedian Taylor Tomlinson will host new CBS late-night show after ‘Colbert’ Standup comedian Taylor Tomlinson has been announced as the host of CBS’ new late-night show ‘After Midnight,’ taking over the time slot following ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.’ Business DEVELOPING DEVELOPING | Canada’s unemployment rate climbs to 5.7 per cent in October Statistics Canada says the country’s unemployment rate rose to 5.7 per cent last month, as the economy added a modest 18,000 jobs. Tim Hortons parent company sees US $364 million profit in Q3 despite rising costs Restaurant Brands International Inc. recorded a US $364 million profit in its most recent quarter as it continued to warn of increases in commodity, labour, and energy costs. FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried convicted of defrauding cryptocurrency customers A New York jury on Thursday convicted FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried of fraud in a scheme that cheated customers and investors of at least US$10 billion. Lifestyle End of daylight time affects pets’ schedules too, animal care workers say In past autumns, when Jocelyn Rutgers tried to enjoy the extra hour of sleep offered by the end of daylight time, her cat would hold firm to his daily regimen and demand to be fed as usual. Video of Ugandan man experiencing snow for the first time in Canada will warm your heart A video of a Ugandan man experiencing snow for the first time in Quebec has amassed millions of views on TikTok. What to know about the ‘tegu’, the large, exotic lizard found under a home in Athens Tegu is an Argentine black and white lizard, it’s an exotic pet and invasive species from South America. Sports Four Winnipeg Jets players practise with neck guards in wake of Adam Johnson’s death Winnipeg Jets forwards Vladislav Namestnikov, Rasmus Kupari, Cole Perfetti and Nikolaj Ehlers wore neck guards during practice on Wednesday in the wake of former NHL player Adam Johnson’s tragic death. Texas Rangers win first World Series title with 5-0 win over Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 5 The Rangers won the first World Series championship in their 63-season franchise history by beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-0 in Game 5. Security prevents Rangers from celebrating in Chase Field pool after winning World Series There was no pool party for the Texas Rangers after winning the World Series. Autos Toyota recalls hundreds of thousands vehicles in Canada, warning they may catch fire while being driven Hundreds of thousands of Toyota SUVs are being recalled in Canada due to an issue that can cause the vehicles to burst into flames while being driven. Ontario announces gas tax cut extension The Ontario government has announced it will extend its gas and fuel tax rate cuts until June 30, 2024. UAW members at the first Ford plant to go on strike overwhelmingly approve the new contract Autoworkers at the first Ford factory to go on strike have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a tentative contract agreement reached with the company. Stay Connected

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