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Montreal street renamed to erase tribute to Amherst, honour Indigenous history

Montreal street renamed to erase tribute to Amherst, honour Indigenous history

Montreal removed the name of British general Jeffery Amherst's from its street map on Friday in favour of Atateken Street — a Mohawk word that means brotherhood.
Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo: Online scalpers pick on the wrong event

Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo: Online scalpers pick on the wrong event

HALIFAX — Over the past 40 years, the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo has grown to become the world's largest indoor celebration of military music and traditions.
Renata Ford, widow of Rob Ford, runs to be MP for Bernier's 'People's party'

Renata Ford, widow of Rob Ford, runs to be MP for Bernier's 'People's party'

Toronto voters will have a chance this fall to vote for another Ford.
Security committee 'questions wisdom' of using Chinese technology

Security committee 'questions wisdom' of using Chinese technology

OTTAWA — The House of Commons' national-security committee "questions the wisdom" of using technology produced in China in the electronic devices and software Canadians use daily.
PBO sets budget baseline for campaign vows with tools, deficit projections

PBO sets budget baseline for campaign vows with tools, deficit projections

OTTAWA — Parliament's spending watchdog is predicting years of deficits deeper than the government has laid out.
Latest dead North Atlantic right whale off Canada's coast believed to be female

Latest dead North Atlantic right whale off Canada's coast believed to be female

FREDERICTON — The latest dead North Atlantic right whale spotted in the Gulf of St. Lawrence is believed to be a large female, but bad weather may delay efforts to recover the carcass for more detailed study.

'Swastika Trail' stands: Court won't interfere with Ontario township vote

TORONTO — An Ontario township was within its rights to maintain the name of a street called Swastika Trail, despite the passionate objections of some residents, Divisional Court has ruled.
As Parliament rises, which bills made it through — and which ones didn't

As Parliament rises, which bills made it through — and which ones didn't

OTTAWA — The House of Commons and Senate have risen for the summer, following several weeks of frenzied legislating as MPs hurried key pieces of legislation out the door ahead of an election this fall.
Inquiry into murdered Indigenous women loses bid for two disputed RCMP files

Inquiry into murdered Indigenous women loses bid for two disputed RCMP files

OTTAWA — The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women has lost a court bid for access to two RCMP files the Mounties refuse to hand over.
Analysis: Trudeau-Trump Washington meeting helps end Canada's global loneliness

Analysis: Trudeau-Trump Washington meeting helps end Canada's global loneliness

WASHINGTON — Canada suddenly became a little less lonely in the world after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's meeting in Washington with President Donald Trump this week.