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Canada could get caught in cross-fire of U.S. uranium investigation

Canada could get caught in cross-fire of U.S. uranium investigation

Canada could get caught in the crossfire after the U.S. Department of Commerce launched another national security investigation, this time by looking into uranium imports.
Police, family ask for clues in finding 13-year-old B.C. girl's killer

Police, family ask for clues in finding 13-year-old B.C. girl's killer

BURNABY, B.C. — One year after 13-year-old Marrisa Shen was murdered in Burnaby, B.C., police insist they haven't given up on the case and her family is pleading for the public's help finding her killer. Cpl.
Attack of Muslim man appears to have been motivated by hate, police say

Attack of Muslim man appears to have been motivated by hate, police say

TORONTO — An attack in southern Ontario that sent a Muslim man to hospital appears to have been motivated by hate, police said Wednesday, as his family tried to come to grips with the incident.
PM's pre-election shuffle eyes border, trade and bruising provincial relations

PM's pre-election shuffle eyes border, trade and bruising provincial relations

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau has unveiled his pre-election cabinet in a shuffle designed to showcase new faces and to address increasingly troublesome files — from border security, to trade promotion, to the potential for bare-knuckle scraps with the prov
Ex-cop Blair's cabinet promotion pits him against 'politics of fear': Trudeau

Ex-cop Blair's cabinet promotion pits him against 'politics of fear': Trudeau

OTTAWA — Former Toronto police chief Bill Blair's promotion to cabinet gives the Trudeau Liberals a political firefighter on the thorny issues of irregular migrants, gun violence and criminal syndicates.

Cougar that had no fear of humans killed by police in Nanaimo, B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C. — Mounties in Nanaimo, B.C., shot and killed a cougar that has been spotted prowling in the area for weeks. RCMP Const.

New national campaign launched to reduce household food waste

MONTREAL — Every day, an estimated 2.4 million Canadian potatoes are thrown in the trash. That's along with 1.2 million apples, one million cups of milk, 750,000 loaves of bread and 450,000 eggs tossed every day, for a total of 2.
Play opening Thursday remembers Jon Lien, the 'whale man of Newfoundland'

Play opening Thursday remembers Jon Lien, the 'whale man of Newfoundland'

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The famous "whale man of Newfoundland" is being remembered in a new play opening in St. John's this week.

Coroner who didn't probe Wettlaufer victim death testifies at inquiry

A coroner who failed to find anything suspicious about the deaths of two people killed by an Ontario nurse told a public inquiry Wednesday that he never considered the possibility that a caregiver in a long-term care facility would deliberately harm

Parks Canada looks to shine light on cloudy future for historic sites

OTTAWA — Sunny ways? Not so much at Sir Wilfrid Laurier's historic home. The small structure north of Montreal has seen a sharp decline in attendance, to 623 visitors in 2016 from about 2,600 in 2011.