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Canada to host anti-ISIL meeting as Ottawa weighs future of Iraq mission

Canada to host anti-ISIL meeting as Ottawa weighs future of Iraq mission

OTTAWA — An idyllic estate on the shore of Meech Lake outside Ottawa will be the scene Thursday when representatives from more than a dozen countries gather to discuss the war against the Islamic State group and the futures of Iraq and Syria.

Five key milestones in Brian Mulroney's formative relationship with U.S.

WASHINGTON — Former prime minister Brian Mulroney gave a heartfelt eulogy Wednesday at the state funeral for former U.S. president George H.W. Bush, something he also did for former president Ronald Reagan and Reagan's wife, Nancy.

Numbers for the B.C. government's climate change plan

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has released its plan to dramatically cut pollution as it builds a low-carbon economy.
Mulroney fights tears in loving tribute to former president George Bush

Mulroney fights tears in loving tribute to former president George Bush

WASHINGTON — It was his first NATO meeting in 1989, and as a parade of world leaders took turns at the podium, newly elected U.S. president George H.W. Bush was taking a lot of notes.
Left-leaning Quebec solidaire declares war on business attire in the legislature

Left-leaning Quebec solidaire declares war on business attire in the legislature

MONTREAL — It has been just over two months since they were elected to the legislature, and new Quebec solidaire members have not yet succeeded in their goal of replacing capitalism.
Grassy Narrows First Nation chief not 'a believer' in PM's reconciliation pledge

Grassy Narrows First Nation chief not 'a believer' in PM's reconciliation pledge

OTTAWA — An Ontario First Nation suffering from generations of mercury poisoning still needs a treatment centre and help for children harmed by the toxic metal, its chief said Wednesday.
New Brunswick premier hopes to convince Quebec of Energy East benefits

New Brunswick premier hopes to convince Quebec of Energy East benefits

FREDERICTON — The premier of New Brunswick says he believes he can convince Quebec's skeptical premier of the benefits of reviving the Energy East pipeline project.
Adonis Stevenson's stable but critical after traumatic brain injury: Doctor

Adonis Stevenson's stable but critical after traumatic brain injury: Doctor

QUEBEC — The medical team treating boxer Adonis Stevenson in a Quebec City hospital said Wednesday it is too early to say anything definitive about his prognosis as he continues to receive treatment for a severe traumatic brain injury.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante apologizes for delivering speech in English

Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante apologizes for delivering speech in English

Montreal's mayor apologized Wednesday for speaking almost entirely in English as she delivered a speech highlighting international foreign investment in Montreal.
Ottawa to develop legislation setting standards for aquaculture sector

Ottawa to develop legislation setting standards for aquaculture sector

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Ottawa plans to develop legislation aimed at giving the country's aquaculture sector a boost.