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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to exonerate Tsilhqot'in warriors hanged in 1860s

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to formally exonerate six First Nations war chiefs more than 150 years after they were hanged by British Columbia's colonial government following a deadly confrontation with a crew of white road buil
Liberals establish road map for talks to legislate a right to housing

Liberals establish road map for talks to legislate a right to housing

OTTAWA — The federal government is offering the first initial hints of how it plans to go about creating a new right to housing, raising more questions about just how far the Trudeau Liberals plan to go with the idea.

Ontario ticket takes Friday night's $15.5 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — A ticket sold in Ontario claimed Friday night's $15.5 million Lotto Max jackpot. The exact location of where the ticket was purchased has yet to be revealed. The jackpot for the next Lotto Max draw on Mar.
"Goodnight, not goodbye:' embattled band Hedley plays last show before hiatus

"Goodnight, not goodbye:' embattled band Hedley plays last show before hiatus

KELOWNA, B.C. — Hedley's frontman suggested Friday that the group's "indefinite hiatus" may not be permanent as the Vancouver pop-rockers closed out their tour's final show under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations.

Cab driver sues authorities for allegedly failing to protect him from suspected terrorist

TORONTO — An innocent cab driver caught up in a bomb blast as police closed in and killed a suspected terrorist in Strathroy, Ont., has filed a lawsuit against the RCMP and other authorities for the trauma he says was visited on him.
Northern cod stocks show steep decline in once plentiful fishing areas

Northern cod stocks show steep decline in once plentiful fishing areas

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Northern cod stocks off Newfoundland suffered a steep decline over the last year, with Fisheries official finding the species has a lower survival rate and will likely continue to decease in the coming year.
City of Montreal to hit drivers with increased parking, traffic fines

City of Montreal to hit drivers with increased parking, traffic fines

MONTREAL — Amid ongoing debate over the place of the automobile in urban centres, the City of Montreal has announced it is following through on a plan to boost fines for parking and traffic violations.
Green Party leader, NDP MP arrested at anti-pipeline protest in B.C.

Green Party leader, NDP MP arrested at anti-pipeline protest in B.C.

BURNABY, B.C. — Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and a New Democrat MP were arrested Friday at a protest against Kinder Morgan's expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline in British Columbia.

Bombardier executive compensation rises to US$33.4 million in 2017

MONTREAL — Bombardier's executive compensation rose seven per cent to US$33.4 million in 2017, according to a circular released ahead of the company's May 3 annual meeting.
Western Canadian gas producers applaud B.C. LNG industry incentives

Western Canadian gas producers applaud B.C. LNG industry incentives

CALGARY — B.C. government tax incentives aimed at jump-starting the much-delayed West Coast LNG industry are being welcomed by Western Canada's hard-hit natural gas industry as a potential path to higher prices and better markets for their products.