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B.C. budget includes child fund, climate plan, Indigenous revenue sharing

B.C. budget includes child fund, climate plan, Indigenous revenue sharing

VICTORIA — The B.C.
Mother accused of murdering daughters had reached breaking point: defence

Mother accused of murdering daughters had reached breaking point: defence

LAVAL, Que. — People who saw a Quebec woman on the day she is alleged to have killed her two daughters testified that she acted "as if she was in a coma" and was "disconnected from reality," her lawyer reminded jurors Tuesday.
Wilson-Raybould speaks to cabinet, invited to testify at committee on SNC-Lavalin

Wilson-Raybould speaks to cabinet, invited to testify at committee on SNC-Lavalin

OTTAWA — Former cabinet minister Jody Wilson-Raybould will be called before the House of Commons justice committee to address allegations she was pressured by the Prime Minister's Office not to prosecute a Quebec engineering giant.
Pipelines, UN, immigration feature as protest convoy reaches Parliament Hill

Pipelines, UN, immigration feature as protest convoy reaches Parliament Hill

OTTAWA — A convoy of Canadians fed up with the Liberal government rolled into Ottawa Tuesday with demands as varied as their vehicles. The United We Roll convoy began in Red Deer, Alta.
NEB rejects call to expand scope of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion review

NEB rejects call to expand scope of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion review

CALGARY — The National Energy Board is rejecting a call made by an environmental group last month to greatly expand the scope of its reconsideration of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Stand.earth filed a motion to the federal regulator on Jan.
Fraud and bribery case thrown out against former SNC-Lavalin exec Stephane Roy

Fraud and bribery case thrown out against former SNC-Lavalin exec Stephane Roy

MONTREAL — A Quebec court judge stayed charges of fraud and bribery against former SNC-Lavalin executive Stephane Roy Tuesday, ruling his right to a trial within a reasonable time had been violated.
'We take action:' Alberta investing $3.7B to move oil by rail, leasing cars

'We take action:' Alberta investing $3.7B to move oil by rail, leasing cars

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the province is spending $3.7 billion to move landlocked oil to market by rail — and it isn't counting on Ottawa to pitch in.
Retraumatized: Inuit leaders say sex charges stay for priest hurts victims

Retraumatized: Inuit leaders say sex charges stay for priest hurts victims

OTTAWA — Canada's decision to stay charges against a priest accused of sexually abusing Inuit children and believed to be in France is traumatizing victims all over again, Arctic leaders say.
TSB says improved tankers involved in Manitoba derailment that spilled crude

TSB says improved tankers involved in Manitoba derailment that spilled crude

ST. LAZARE, Man. — Federal investigators say CN railcars that spilled crude after derailing on farm land in western Manitoba were upgraded tankers. The Transportation Safety Board says 37 of 110 cars went off the tracks early Saturday near St.
Speaker apologizes for apparent racial profiling incident on Parliament Hill

Speaker apologizes for apparent racial profiling incident on Parliament Hill

OTTAWA — House of Commons Speaker Geoff Regan has apologized for an apparent case of racial profiling on Parliament Hill, saying all who visit the precinct must be treated with fairness, dignity and respect.