Canada’s Henderson 5 shots off lead at Founders Cup as darkness suspends play again

Jin Young Ko had a three-stroke lead with four holes left Friday when second-round play in the LPGA Tour’s Cognizant Founders Cup was suspended because of darkness. Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., shot a 1-under 70 and sits five strokes back of the lead entering the weekend.

Statement by the Deputy Prime Minister on new international tax reform agreement 

Today, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) announced that 136 countries, including Canada, have agreed on the elements of the landmark two-pillar plan on international tax reform. The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, today issued the following statement:

Residential school survivors saddened to hear Wilson-Raybould not consulted on compensation case in 2015

Residential school survivors say they’re saddened to hear Canada’s first Indigenous justice minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould, wasn’t consulted on the government’s decision to end its legal effort to make the Catholic Church pay millions in compensation it had promised to survivors.

Biden won’t block White House records sought by Jan. 6 committee despite Trump’s objections

U.S. President Joe Biden is not asserting executive privilege over a tranche of documents sought by a House committee’s investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol, setting up a showdown with former president Donald Trump.

Orlando Pride Goalkeeper Erin McLeod on the ‘systemic failure’ of the NWSL to protect its players

CBC’s Anastasia Bucsis sits down with Olympian Erin McLeod in the wake of the Paul Riley sexual coercion allegations to discuss how the league failed its players, the systemic issues that allowed the abuse to take place, and what’s next for the league.

Allowing Rocky Mountain coal lease transfers during debate sends wrong signal: environmental group

An environmental group says an exchange of coal exploration lease applications in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains suggests mining companies expect to be able to go ahead with their plans despite a provincial debate on the industry’s future.