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Harry and Meghan's royal move to Canada signals generational change: experts

VICTORIA — Royal experts and tourism officials say Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't the only couple who have come to Victoria for a visit and ended up staying.
Would-be Conservative leadership contenders grilled on their pasts

Would-be Conservative leadership contenders grilled on their pasts

OTTAWA — Outgoing Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer's past became a problem during the 2019 federal election, and those vying to replace him will be grilled about theirs.

MP Jim Carr takes conciliatory tone with Calgary audience

CALGARY — The man appointed by the prime minister to be his special representative for the Prairie provinces took a conciliatory tone at a Calgary business luncheon.
Federal government to spend hundred of millions more to keep CF-18s fighting fit

Federal government to spend hundred of millions more to keep CF-18s fighting fit

OTTAWA — The federal government is planning to invest hundreds of millions of dollars more to ensure Canada's aging CF-18s can still fight while the country waits for replacement jets, which were originally expected years ago.

Judge rules ripping up plea deal after witnesses were told about it was not fair

TORONTO — A prosecution decision to renege on a plea bargain after prospective witnesses were told the accused would admit his guilt would deprive the man of a fair trial, an Ontario court has ruled.

Judge rules ripping up plea deal after witnesses were told about it was not fair

TORONTO — A prosecution decision to renege on a plea bargain after prospective witnesses were told the accused would admit his guilt would deprive the man of a fair trial, an Ontario court has ruled.
Another 69 Canadians headed to help fight bushland fires in Australia

Another 69 Canadians headed to help fight bushland fires in Australia

OTTAWA — Another 69 Canadians are heading to Australia this week to help fight the country's worst bush fires in recent memory. Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says the deployment comes after Australia asked for more help.
False alarm at Ontario nuclear plant prompts surge in iodide pill orders

False alarm at Ontario nuclear plant prompts surge in iodide pill orders

TORONTO — Ontarians placed more than 32,000 orders for iodide pills in the two days following a false alarm about an incident at Pickering Nuclear Generating Station.

Names in the mix: a list of potential Conservative leadership contenders

OTTAWA — The Conservative leadership race has begun and the deadline to register as a candidate and meet the first round of requirements is Feb. 27. Here is a list of the people, in alphabetical order, who are currently considering a bid.
Deaf-blind Ontario woman suing governments over student loan debt inequality

Deaf-blind Ontario woman suing governments over student loan debt inequality

TORONTO — A disabled woman is in an Ontario court this week seeking changes to Canada's student loan program that she argues would level the playing field for people with disabilities.