More than 69,000 public servants caught up in the Phoenix pay system debacle are now victims of a privacy breach after their personal information was accidentally emailed to the wrong people, says Public Services and Procurement Canada.
Rail blockades have brought Canada's manufacturing industry to a virtual standstill, with plant closures and temporary layoffs not far behind if it continues, the group that represents the industry says.
Passenger trains will run again between Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City starting on Thursday.
Activists have gathered in front of B.C. Premier John Horgan's family home in Langford, B.C., as his government prepares to deliver the provincial budget amid ongoing protests nationwide by supporters of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs over a pipeline project.