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'I miss my father terribly': daughter of man shot dead in 2017 mosque shooting

'I miss my father terribly': daughter of man shot dead in 2017 mosque shooting

QUEBEC — The 14-year-old daughter of the man considered a hero after he died trying to stop the Quebec City mosque shooter gave moving testimony Thursday about how much she misses her father.
Humboldt Broncos player transferred to Calgary hospital for rehabilitation

Humboldt Broncos player transferred to Calgary hospital for rehabilitation

CALGARY — One of the Humboldt Broncos hockey players injured in a bus crash in Saskatchewan earlier this month has been transferred to Foothills Hospital in Calgary. Ryan Straschnitzki, a 19-year old from Airdrie, Alta.
Tory unity must have room for Bernier despite book, strategist says

Tory unity must have room for Bernier despite book, strategist says

OTTAWA — A Montreal strategist says the Conservative party was wise not to publicly shame MP Maxime Bernier for a now-stalled book that accuses Andrew Scheer of pandering to "fake Conservatives" in the Quebec dairy lobby during last year's leadership

C-section rate rises, despite lower overall birth rate: report

TORONTO — A higher proportion of Canadian women are giving birth by caesarean section, even while the overall rate of in-hospital births across the country is declining, says a report released Thursday.

Man accused of killing Abbotsford, B.C., school girl is unfit for trial: lawyer

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A defence lawyer says his client's ongoing psychosis makes him unfit to stand trial for the murder of a high school girl in Abbotsford, B.C.

Wife of real estate developer gets $95,000 monthly alimony in Quebec divorce

MONTREAL — The ex-wife of a Quebec-based property developer has been awarded $95,000 in monthly alimony in what her lawyers are calling one of the largest divorce settlements in the province's history.
Liberal Scott Simms says he doesn't regret voting for Tory motion on summer jobs

Liberal Scott Simms says he doesn't regret voting for Tory motion on summer jobs

OTTAWA — Liberal MP Scott Simms does not regret voting with the Conservatives over a controversial change to the student summer jobs program — even though it ended up costing him his job as chair of the Commons fisheries committee.
Man accused of killing Kristin Johnston takes stand in own defence

Man accused of killing Kristin Johnston takes stand in own defence

HALIFAX — Nicholas Butcher testified in his own defence at his murder trial Thursday, describing affectionate messages he exchanged with the Montreal-born yoga instructor he's accused of killing.
New auto rules will be the 'core' of future NAFTA deal, Freeland predicts

New auto rules will be the 'core' of future NAFTA deal, Freeland predicts

WASHINGTON — New automotive rules will be the centrepiece of a new NAFTA agreement, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Thursday during a round of negotiations she characterized as being focused on cars.
Funeral for Victoria officer who spent 30 years mostly unresponsive after crash

Funeral for Victoria officer who spent 30 years mostly unresponsive after crash

VICTORIA — Hundreds of people lined a procession route of uniformed officers as some wiped away tears outside a church Thursday before the funeral of a Victoria constable who'd been in an unresponsive state for most of 30 years. Const.