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Feds promise $10 million for housing for troubled Cat Lake First Nation

The Canadian government is promising more than $10 million to build new homes, repair others, and put portables in place for a remote Indigenous community in northern Ontario where substandard mould-infested housing has sparked a health crisis, accor

Now 10 cases of measles diagnosed in B.C. outbreak, vaccinations way up

VANCOUVER — Two new cases of measles have been diagnosed in the Vancouver area for a total of 10 illnesses as health officials say they're concerned they can't find the source of one of the infections. Vancouver Coastal medical health officer Dr.
Trump picks ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft as nominee for UN post

Trump picks ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft as nominee for UN post

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump announced Friday that he has selected Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, as his nominee to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
Jury in case of man on trial in ailing wife's slaying asks to hear his testimony

Jury in case of man on trial in ailing wife's slaying asks to hear his testimony

MONTREAL — The jury deciding the fate of a Montreal man on trial for the killing of his ailing wife wants to hear his testimony again.
SNC-Lavalin: A look at the attorney general's power to step in

SNC-Lavalin: A look at the attorney general's power to step in

OTTAWA — Opposition parties are accusing the Liberal government of meddling in a decision of the federal prosecution service to proceed with a criminal case against SNC-Lavalin.

Lawyers take Quebec to court over abrupt closure of 18,000 immigration files

MONTREAL — The judge hearing an injunction request over the Quebec government's decision to cancel more than 18,000 immigration applications will render a decision early next week.
Trudeau tells Canadians to listen to clerk in SNC-Lavalin matter

Trudeau tells Canadians to listen to clerk in SNC-Lavalin matter

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be pressured Monday to testify at a House of Commons committee looking into allegations the prime minister and his staff pressured former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to stop a criminal prosecution

NEB suggests noise reduction for ferries and other vessels in B.C.'s Salish Sea

CALGARY — A reconsidered National Energy Board report endorsing the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline suggests potential limits on whale-watching boats and noise reduction efforts for ferries that ply British Columbia's Salish Sea.
'Can be justified:' Regulator gives conditional OK to Trans Mountain expansion

'Can be justified:' Regulator gives conditional OK to Trans Mountain expansion

CALGARY — Battle lines over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion were already being redrawn Friday after the National Energy Board gave its conditional endorsement to the project.
Alberta to ban seclusion  or time-out rooms for students in schools

Alberta to ban seclusion or time-out rooms for students in schools

EDMONTON — Alberta Education Minister David Eggen says the province will ban the use of seclusion or time-out rooms for students in schools.