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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.

Bad weather halts search for missing B.C. snowshoer until at least Wednesday

VANCOUVER — North Vancouver RCMP say the search for a missing snowshoer in the rugged North Shore backcountry will resume when weather and snow conditions allow for a safe and thorough air and ground search. Cpl.
Police say fatal Calgary house explosion not considered suspicious

Police say fatal Calgary house explosion not considered suspicious

CALGARY — Police say the death of a man whose remains were found after a house explosion in Calgary on the weekend is not suspicious.
'I miss her:' Calgary man who strangled wife, buried body in basement gets day parole

'I miss her:' Calgary man who strangled wife, buried body in basement gets day parole

BOWDEN, Alta. — A man who strangled his wife and concealed her body in a wall of their home has been granted day parole after saying he wished he could push a reset button to undo what he did.
'Making this up:' Study says oilsands assessments marred by weak science

'Making this up:' Study says oilsands assessments marred by weak science

EDMONTON — Dozens of oilsands environmental impact studies are marred by inconsistent science that's rarely subjected to independent checks, says a university study.
B.C. man says he owns copyright, trademark for  People's Party of Canada name

B.C. man says he owns copyright, trademark for People's Party of Canada name

VANCOUVER — Former federal Conservative party cabinet minister Maxime Bernier may have to find a new name for his fledgling People's Party of Canada, if a British Columbia businessman wins two lawsuits filed in Federal Court.
In the news today, Feb. 19

In the news today, Feb. 19

Four stories in the news for Tuesday, Feb.