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Man who threatened Montreal Jewish girls school found not criminally responsible

MONTREAL — A Montreal man who was facing charges of inciting hatred online against Jews has been found not criminally responsible due to mental illness but will have to abide by a lengthy list of conditions that include staying off social media.
To hit environment goals, feds should create 'super' tax credit, report says

To hit environment goals, feds should create 'super' tax credit, report says

OTTAWA — A government-struck expert panel is calling for new "super-deduction" tax credits to encourage Canadians to put their retirement savings into climate-conscious investments.
NDP hopes for a jumpstart as it releases policy planks ahead of campaign

NDP hopes for a jumpstart as it releases policy planks ahead of campaign

OTTAWA — The federal New Democrats have been looking for a boost and they're hoping to get that on Sunday, when leader Jagmeet Singh presents the party's policy vision for the upcoming election campaign.
AFN chief urges leaders to ensure passage of key bills for Indigenous Peoples

AFN chief urges leaders to ensure passage of key bills for Indigenous Peoples

OTTAWA — Federal party leaders must ensure three pieces of legislation of "fundamental importance" to Indigenous Peoples and the country pass before the election, says Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde.
Fans revelling in glory of Raptors' win, rush to secure team gear

Fans revelling in glory of Raptors' win, rush to secure team gear

TORONTO — Fans basking in the glory of the Toronto Raptors' historic NBA championship win rushed to cement the memory with official merchandise Friday as the city prepared for a massive public celebration next week.
Toronto Raptors and their diverse team celebrated worldwide

Toronto Raptors and their diverse team celebrated worldwide

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors became Canada's team even before winning the NBA Finals, but international news headlines on Friday suggested they are now celebrated as world champions. The team — which became the first NBA franchise outside the U.S.
Manitoba-to-Minnesota power line project approved with several conditions

Manitoba-to-Minnesota power line project approved with several conditions

WINNIPEG — The federal government has approved a $453-million Manitoba-Minnesota power transmission project that has been the source of friction between Premier Brian Pallister and the Manitoba Metis Federation.
Business leaders urge Trudeau to meet Pelosi, as well as Trump to push new NAFTA

Business leaders urge Trudeau to meet Pelosi, as well as Trump to push new NAFTA

OTTAWA — For now, he's going to Washington to meet President Donald Trump, but Canadian business leaders say Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should be talking to Democratic House Leader Nancy Pelosi to push the continent's new trade pact towards ratifi
Canadians in Hong Kong worried for neighbours as protests roil former colony

Canadians in Hong Kong worried for neighbours as protests roil former colony

As mass protests in Hong Kong grab headlines around the world, expatriate Canadians living in the former British colony say the demonstrations have been intense -- and are raising fresh concerns about the territory's future.
Liberal bleeding after SNC-Lavalin affair seems to have stopped: Leger Poll

Liberal bleeding after SNC-Lavalin affair seems to have stopped: Leger Poll

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests the federal Liberals have stopped the bleeding from the beating they took in the SNC-Lavalin furor.