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Search on for two missing fishermen after boat capsizes off P.E.I.

TIGNISH, P.E.I. — Crews are searching for two fishermen missing off the north shore of P.E.I. after their boat capsized in heavy seas and rain. Maj.
Canadian crabs with bad attitude threaten coastal Maine ecosystem

Canadian crabs with bad attitude threaten coastal Maine ecosystem

BIDDEFORD, Maine — Canadians are known as friendly folks, but these crabby brutes migrating from Canadian waters to coastal Maine are better suited for the hockey rink.

Top Ontario court to rule on whether to grant stay in Toronto council-cutting case

TORONTO — Ontario's highest court is expected to announce today whether it will stay a court ruling that upended the province's plan to cut Toronto city council in the middle of a municipal election campaign.
In the news today, Sept. 19

In the news today, Sept. 19

Five stories in the news for Wednesday, Sept.
Uncertainty over Saskatchewan family's reunion with long-lost dog

Uncertainty over Saskatchewan family's reunion with long-lost dog

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A family in Moose Jaw, Sask., went from joy to uncertainty Tuesday night, after they were reunited with a pet dog that went missing more than a year ago — then had that reunion cast in doubt.

Creation of leaders' debate commissioner possible before next election: Gould

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government has offered a glimpse of its vision for a new independent body to organize leaders' debates during federal elections, which it believes could be in place by next year's vote.
Freeland resumes NAFTA talks in Washington as Congress grows restless

Freeland resumes NAFTA talks in Washington as Congress grows restless

WASHINGTON — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is back in Washington — and back in search of a way to bridge the divide that's keeping Canada out of a new North American free trade pact. Freeland flew back to the U.S.
Ontario won't push through new council-cutting bill if granted stay, court hears

Ontario won't push through new council-cutting bill if granted stay, court hears

TORONTO — The next twist in the convoluted battle over the Ontario government's plan to cut the size of Toronto city council is expected Wednesday.

Fuel from derailed locomotive in Manitoba leaks into river, clean-up underway

WINNIPEG — A train that derailed in northern Manitoba on Saturday that killed a railway worker is leaking diesel fuel into the Metishto River. Manitoba Sustainable Development says the fuel is from one of the locomotives.
New bridge collapses into river in rural Saskatchewan hours after opening

New bridge collapses into river in rural Saskatchewan hours after opening

HYAS, Sask. — A rural politician in eastern Saskatchewan says he's at a loss to explain why a newly built bridge collapsed just hours after opening.