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Imperial Tobacco 'shocked' by Health Canada's proposed package regulations

Imperial Tobacco 'shocked' by Health Canada's proposed package regulations

OTTAWA — Imperial Tobacco says Health Canada's proposed plain packaging regulations for cigarettes are confusing and warns it may have to go to court if changes aren't made.
Millard had means, motive and opportunity to kill his father, Crown alleges

Millard had means, motive and opportunity to kill his father, Crown alleges

TORONTO — A Crown lawyer says a Toronto man accused of killing his father whose death was initially ruled a suicide had the motive, the means and the opportunity to commit the crime.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says he's for a single Quebec tax return

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says he's for a single Quebec tax return

QUEBEC — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he's in favour of Quebecers filing a single tax return to be overseen by the Quebec government.

'No rules' for how sex assault victims should behave, military prosecutor says

HALIFAX — A prosecutor told a five-man military panel this morning that suggesting sexual assault victims need to act a certain way after an assault reinforces "archaic sexual myths." Military prosecutor Maj.
Federal government to spend $75 million studying seniors' quality of life

Federal government to spend $75 million studying seniors' quality of life

MONCTON, N.B. — New Brunswick is becoming a laboratory for Canadian research on better aging.
Closing arguments underway at second-degree murder trial of Hamilton-area homeowner

Closing arguments underway at second-degree murder trial of Hamilton-area homeowner

HAMILTON — Closing arguments are underway at the trial of a Hamilton-area homeowner charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of a man who was allegedly trying to steal his truck.
Suspect in Quebec senior slaying caught on subway camera heading toward Montreal

Suspect in Quebec senior slaying caught on subway camera heading toward Montreal

MONTREAL — Police north of Montreal say they are still on the lookout for the principal suspect in the slaying of 71-year-old woman over the weekend.

Quebec liquor store workers vote in favour of six strike days

MONTREAL — Employees with the Quebec Liquor Corp. have voted in favour of giving its union a mandate for six strike days. Some 91 per cent of employees who voted were in favour of the strike mandate in results made public earlier today.

Culinary workers call for culture shift as #MeToo puts spotlight on harassment

When Tari Shear got her start in the restaurant industry as a hostess, she says enduring sexual harassment was one of the "expectations" of her job.
Pigs make surprise appearance during yoga session in Aldergrove, B.C.

Pigs make surprise appearance during yoga session in Aldergrove, B.C.

ALDERGROVE, B.C. — Yoga practitioners in Aldergrove, B.C., had some unlikely company during a string of sessions on Sunday.