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Retraumatized: Inuit leaders say sex charges stay for priest hurts victims

Retraumatized: Inuit leaders say sex charges stay for priest hurts victims

OTTAWA — Canada's decision to stay charges against a priest accused of sexually abusing Inuit children and believed to be in France is traumatizing victims all over again, Arctic leaders say.
TSB says improved tankers involved in Manitoba derailment that spilled crude

TSB says improved tankers involved in Manitoba derailment that spilled crude

ST. LAZARE, Man. — Federal investigators say CN railcars that spilled crude after derailing on farm land in western Manitoba were upgraded tankers. The Transportation Safety Board says 37 of 110 cars went off the tracks early Saturday near St.
Speaker apologizes for apparent racial profiling incident on Parliament Hill

Speaker apologizes for apparent racial profiling incident on Parliament Hill

OTTAWA — House of Commons Speaker Geoff Regan has apologized for an apparent case of racial profiling on Parliament Hill, saying all who visit the precinct must be treated with fairness, dignity and respect.
DPAs: Meet the legal tool central to the Prime Minister's Office controversy

DPAs: Meet the legal tool central to the Prime Minister's Office controversy

OTTAWA — Engineering and construction giant SNC-Lavalin sought to be the first firm to avoid criminal proceedings by negotiating a "remediation agreement" — using a new legal tool that either spares innocents from being punished for the corporate mis
Defence suggests manslaughter conviction in case of man who killed ailing wife

Defence suggests manslaughter conviction in case of man who killed ailing wife

MONTREAL — The murder trial of a Montreal man for the death of his Alzheimer's-stricken wife neared its end Tuesday as lawyers made their final arguments ahead of jury deliberations.
Highlights of the 2019-20 British Columbia budget

Highlights of the 2019-20 British Columbia budget

VICTORIA — Highlights of British Columbia's 2019-20 budget presented Tuesday: — A new Child Opportunity Benefit will replace an existing tax program for families next year, providing families with one child under the age of 18 with as much as $1,600,
Canadian retaliation to U.S. metal tariffs causing pain: ambassador

Canadian retaliation to U.S. metal tariffs causing pain: ambassador

OTTAWA — Americans are complaining about the pain caused by Ottawa's retaliation against the Trump administration's steel and aluminum tariffs, Canada's ambassador to the United States says.
A list of deadly Canadian fires

A list of deadly Canadian fires

Seven children, all members of a Syrian family who arrived in Canada about two years ago, died in an early morning house fire Tuesday in Halifax, the worst fire toll in recent memory in Nova Scotia.
Law firms selected to represent users owed millions from QuadrigaCX platform

Law firms selected to represent users owed millions from QuadrigaCX platform

HALIFAX — Two law firms have been selected to represent users of the insolvent QuadrigaCX exchange who are owed about $260 million, most of it in cryptocurrency.
Halifax fire claims seven Syrian refugee children: 'Everyone is devastated'

Halifax fire claims seven Syrian refugee children: 'Everyone is devastated'

HALIFAX — Seven children, all members of a Syrian refugee family, died early Tuesday in a fast-moving Halifax house fire described as Nova Scotia's deadliest blaze in recent memory.