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The Business Council of Canada says it’s troubled by the continued closure of the Nexus traveller system, Hockey Canada makes its first bylaw changes since board of directors resigned, and a look at why some services cost more in Canada. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
1. ‘Deeply troubling’: The Business Council of Canada says it’s concerned over the continued closure of the Nexus trusted-traveller program, which allows pre-screened travellers expedited processing when entering the United States and Canada.
2. RCMP and convoy protesters: Internal documents show the RCMP refused to release the badge numbers of officers who cleared ‘Freedom Convoy’ protesters from the Ambassador Bridge last winter, citing a risk of violence from their supporters.
3. Hockey Canada changes: Hockey Canada and its members passed several revised bylaws during a special meeting on Saturday. The changes are aimed at rebuilding the organization from the top down, and take effect immediately.
4. Price freeze: Canada’s biggest grocer, Loblaw, is freezing prices on all its No Name products until next year amid inflation.
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