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May's turn to meet Trudeau and 'anti-Alberta' activities; In-The-News Nov. 15

May's turn to meet Trudeau and 'anti-Alberta' activities; In-The-News Nov. 15

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 15. What we are watching in Canada ...

Trudeau finishes meetings with opposition leaders with Elizabeth May

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is finishing a week of meetings with opposition leaders today by sitting down with the Green party's Elizabeth May this morning.

New trial for couple convicted of unlawful confinement in citizen's arrest

Ontario's top court has ordered a new trial for a Caledon, Ont., couple found guilty of unlawful confinement after they tied up two young men caught stealing from their property.
'Hyperbolic': Longtime Edmonton charity questions "anti-Albertan" inquiry

'Hyperbolic': Longtime Edmonton charity questions "anti-Albertan" inquiry

EDMONTON — An established Edmonton charity that has supported philanthropy in the community for more than 65 years says the provincial government's inquiry into so-called anti-Alberta activities is polarizing, undemocratic and unfounded.
Venezuela's decline poses challenges for Liberal minority government

Venezuela's decline poses challenges for Liberal minority government

OTTAWA — The ripples from Venezuela's collapse are shifting Canada's Western Hemisphere neighbourhood, creating major long-term costs for the new Liberal minority government. South America's borders remain the same, but the outflow of more than 4.
CTV, Jessica Allen apologize for her hockey remarks after Don Cherry's firing

CTV, Jessica Allen apologize for her hockey remarks after Don Cherry's firing

TORONTO — CTV says it is apologizing to anyone who was offended by comments made by a correspondent on its show The Social following the firing of hockey commentator Don Cherry.
B.C. government moves to tax and restrict vaping products to protect youth

B.C. government moves to tax and restrict vaping products to protect youth

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government introduced a 10-point plan Thursday to protect youth from the health risks of vaping that includes cutting nicotine content in vapour pods, restricting flavours aimed at young people, increasing taxes on pro
'He now feels he carries a heavy stigma,' parents of St. Mike's victim say

'He now feels he carries a heavy stigma,' parents of St. Mike's victim say

TORONTO — A teen boy still cannot address being sexually assaulted by his football teammates in the locker room at a prestigious all-boys Catholic high school last year, a youth court heard Thursday.
Ontario court upholds policing powers of private law enforcement in OSPCA case

Ontario court upholds policing powers of private law enforcement in OSPCA case

TORONTO — Ontario's top court has affirmed the now-ceded policing powers of the province's animal welfare agency, striking down a lower court's ruling that called into question the constitutionality of private law enforcement.
Focus on issues rather than age and gender, says new Nunavut MP

Focus on issues rather than age and gender, says new Nunavut MP

OTTAWA — Pro tip: don't ask Mumilaaq Qaqqaq what it feels like to be a young woman entering the House of Commons.