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One dead, one injured after plane crashes into river near Jasper, Alberta

JASPER, Alta. — One person has died and another was taken to hospital after a small plane crashed into a river in western Alberta. RCMP Const.
Relief in sight for southeastern Canada following weekend heat wave

Relief in sight for southeastern Canada following weekend heat wave

MONTREAL — Relief is in sight for sweltering Canadians after a weekend of high humidity and thunderstorms that affected sporting events, caused localized flooding, and sent people flocking to local pools to beat the heat as temperatures soared into t
A year later, ceremony commemorates victims of the Danforth shooting

A year later, ceremony commemorates victims of the Danforth shooting

TORONTO — The names of the two people killed in a shooting in Toronto's Greektown last year were read aloud in a ceremony meant to honour their memory Sunday afternoon.
O'Regan to visit Attawapiskat at request of chief: minister's office

O'Regan to visit Attawapiskat at request of chief: minister's office

OTTAWA — The office of Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O'Regan said Sunday he will be visiting Attawapiskat First Nation at the request of the community's chief.
Trudeau's former right-hand adviser playing role in Liberal election campaign

Trudeau's former right-hand adviser playing role in Liberal election campaign

OTTAWA — With three months to go now until the election, the Liberals are intensifying campaign efforts with Prime Minister Trudeau hitting party events to drum up support and by ensuring his long-time friend and former senior adviser is in the fold.
The bug: 29 former MPs among declared candidates for fall election

The bug: 29 former MPs among declared candidates for fall election

OTTAWA — Among those vying for seats in the federal election this fall are dozens of candidates who have already held the job. There are 29 former MPs among the currently nominated candidates for the major parties.
Off Canada's East Coast, a hunt to detect 'beautiful' great white sharks

Off Canada's East Coast, a hunt to detect 'beautiful' great white sharks

HALIFAX — The great white sharks move torpedo-like through East Coast waters, cruelly efficient hunters with multiple rows of serrated teeth devouring seals and other prey.
May says Greens will work with any party that has a serious plan for the climate

May says Greens will work with any party that has a serious plan for the climate

OTTAWA — With three months until Canadians vote in the next federal election, Green party leader Elizabeth May says her big hope for the final result is a minority government over which she can exert some influence.
'Us and them': influence of Quebec anglos on decline with new Coalition government

'Us and them': influence of Quebec anglos on decline with new Coalition government

MONTREAL — Last March, Quebec Premier Francois Legault made a mocking remark in the legislature that the Liberals are still talking about.
Japanese Canadians call on B.C. to go beyond mere apology for historic racism

Japanese Canadians call on B.C. to go beyond mere apology for historic racism

VANCOUVER — Japanese Canadians across the country are meeting to discuss how an apology by the British Columbia government could be backed by meaningful action for those who were placed in internment camps or forced into labour because of racist poli