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National Gallery of Canada will pull Marc Chagall work off the auction block

National Gallery of Canada will pull Marc Chagall work off the auction block

OTTAWA — The National Gallery of Canada says it no longer plans to sell a Marc Chagall painting.
'The real Bill Cosby': Comedian convicted of sexual assault

'The real Bill Cosby': Comedian convicted of sexual assault

NORRISTOWN, Pa.

Retail landscape revealed in British Columbia's proposed pot laws

VICTORIA — The B.C. government has unveiled its plan for regulating the sale of recreational marijuana, in a move that municipalities say gives them welcome breathing room.
Even rejected ideas from G7 gender advisory council will see light of day

Even rejected ideas from G7 gender advisory council will see light of day

OTTAWA — Isabelle Hudon has a few rules when she runs a meeting and one of them is to never allow women to sit along the wall — and away from the table.
PBO pegs cost of extended drug patents at $270M a year for feds, $392M for Cdns

PBO pegs cost of extended drug patents at $270M a year for feds, $392M for Cdns

OTTAWA — An extension of drug patent protections in the Canada-EU free trade deal could end up costing Canadians an estimated $392 million a year, and federal coffers up to $270 million more annually, says a new report from the parliamentary budget o
Man arraigned on 18 charges in Montreal in alleged chocolate-drugging scheme

Man arraigned on 18 charges in Montreal in alleged chocolate-drugging scheme

MONTREAL — A man who allegedly drugged seniors in their homes with laced chocolates and then robbed them was arraigned Thursday on 18 charges, including several of assault.
Grief over deadly Toronto van attack sinks in days after rampage

Grief over deadly Toronto van attack sinks in days after rampage

TORONTO — Grief over the deadly van attack that took place on the streets of Toronto is truly sinking in as the public learns more about the 10 people killed in the rampage, mourners said Thursday.
Montreal mayor announces Ste-Catherine Street will be revamped

Montreal mayor announces Ste-Catherine Street will be revamped

Montreal's iconic Ste-Catherine Street will be getting a 21st-century facelift that includes slashing the number of driving lanes and parking spaces in order to make more room for pedestrians, the city announced Thursday.
Britain gifts long-lost Franklin expedition ships to Canada, Inuit

Britain gifts long-lost Franklin expedition ships to Canada, Inuit

GATINEAU, Que. — Canada and the Inuit are now officially co-owners of the two long-lost ships from the Franklin expedition.

B.C. joins Alberta, Ontario, Quebec in banning payment for blood and plasma

VANCOUVER — Payment for blood and plasma would be prohibited in British Columbia under legislation introduced Thursday. There are no clinics in B.C. that pay people for blood or plasma and the legislation is meant to prevent any from opening.