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Shooting of B.C. hockey dad in  driveway was case of mistaken identity: police

Shooting of B.C. hockey dad in driveway was case of mistaken identity: police

SURREY, B.C. — The wife of a man gunned down in what police say was a case of mistaken identity is pleading for any information that would solve the murder the family is struggling to understand.
From faith worker to cabinet minister, Tassi is ready to be voice for seniors

From faith worker to cabinet minister, Tassi is ready to be voice for seniors

OTTAWA — For years Filomena Tassi, a chaplain before entering politics, made time to listen to older members of the community.
Saskatchewan government asks court to order protesters off legislature lawn

Saskatchewan government asks court to order protesters off legislature lawn

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government wants a court to order protesters who are camping outside the legislature to leave. It also wants a judge to force Regina police to remove them if need be.
Ontario, Saskatchewan premiers join together to oppose federal carbon plan

Ontario, Saskatchewan premiers join together to oppose federal carbon plan

ST. ANDREWS, N.B. — Opposition to Ottawa's carbon pricing regime overshadowed talks concerning trade issues during the first day of meetings between Canada's premiers in New Brunswick.

No easy ride for ride-hailing in B.C. as province delays implementation again

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government says it will ease into allowing ride-hailing services, laying the groundwork for new rides to enter the market as early as the fall of 2019.
PM calls premiers to autumn meeting to reduce internal Canadian trade barriers

PM calls premiers to autumn meeting to reduce internal Canadian trade barriers

OTTAWA — With Canadian companies facing a hardening of the border with the United States, Justin Trudeau wants to talk with his provincial and territorial counterparts later this year about breaking down trade barriers from within.
Calgary woman convicted in son's strep death granted day parole

Calgary woman convicted in son's strep death granted day parole

CALGARY — A woman whose son died after she failed to take him to the doctor for a strep infection has been granted day parole.
NDP wants transport minister to spell out plan to replace Greyhound service

NDP wants transport minister to spell out plan to replace Greyhound service

OTTAWA — The opposition New Democrats are calling on the Trudeau government to lay out its plan to help communities that will be affected by the shutdown of Greyhound bus services in western Canada.
One-fifth of on-reserve families to miss out on child benefit boost: Duclos

One-fifth of on-reserve families to miss out on child benefit boost: Duclos

OTTAWA — Thousands of Indigenous families living on-reserve will miss out on a boost to the Canada Child Benefit when the more lucrative payments hit parents' bank accounts Friday, even as Liberals put on a national show to promote their signature fa

Action needed to support francophones in Ontario, commissioner says

TORONTO — A new report is urging the Ontario government to better support francophones in the province as statistics indicate the demographic is shrinking at an alarming rate.