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Spooked horses bring quick, jarring end to evening wagon ride in Saskatchewan

ESTERHAZY, Sask. — Several people have been injured in a bizarre accident in Saskatchewan involving a horse-drawn wagon.
Scammed Ontario woman brought to tears by a stranger's generosity

Scammed Ontario woman brought to tears by a stranger's generosity

OTTAWA — An Ontario woman who fell victim to a telephone tax scam has her money back — not from the scammer, but from a stranger who says he went through a similar experience. The woman, a university student named Beverly who lives in North Bay, Ont.
Ottawa says Japan has resumed Canadian wheat imports after temporary suspension

Ottawa says Japan has resumed Canadian wheat imports after temporary suspension

Ottawa says Japan has ended its temporary suspension of Canadian wheat imports. Japan had halted shipments after some unauthorized genetically modified wheat was found in southern Alberta.

Evacuation orders, alerts expand as wildfires flare in British Columbia

SUMMERLAND, B.C. — Evacuation orders and alerts have been expanded as several wildfires in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley chew through bush and timber.
Remains of all eight Bruce McArthur victims now identified: Toronto police

Remains of all eight Bruce McArthur victims now identified: Toronto police

Toronto police are hopeful they have found all the victims allegedly murdered by Bruce McArthur now that an eighth set of human remains has been recovered and identified in the case, a senior detective said Friday.

No promises to change 'Kanata' after Robert Lepage meets with show's opponents

MONTREAL — The executive director of the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal says Quebec director Robert Lepage hasn't committed to including Indigenous performers in his upcoming show after meeting with community members.
Indigenous cross-country motorcycle journey brings attention to Indian day schools

Indigenous cross-country motorcycle journey brings attention to Indian day schools

WINNIPEG — Four motorcycles roared out of Winnipeg on Friday at the start of a journey across the West to draw attention to the plight of former Indian day school students.
Permanent memorial site at Broncos crash site sought, but no decision yet

Permanent memorial site at Broncos crash site sought, but no decision yet

REGINA — A community foundation set up after the fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash is hoping for a permanent memorial at the site.
Trudeau affirms importance of NAFTA amid rumbling of U.S.-Mexico deal

Trudeau affirms importance of NAFTA amid rumbling of U.S.-Mexico deal

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is still pushing for a three-country North American Free Trade Agreement despite rumblings of a bilateral deal between the United States and Mexico.
Court hears from convicted killer Nicholas Butcher's former girlfriends

Court hears from convicted killer Nicholas Butcher's former girlfriends

HALIFAX — Two former girlfriends of a Halifax man convicted in the violent death of Montreal-born businesswoman and yoga instructor Kristin Johnston testified Friday at his parole eligibility hearing, describing him as being controlling and prone to