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Liberals push end of Mali peacekeeping mission to August

Liberals push end of Mali peacekeeping mission to August

OTTAWA — The Canadian Forces' peacekeeping mission in Mali is going to last a little longer than previously planned — but not as long as the United Nations hoped.
Canada Post proposes raising stamp prices by two cents next year

Canada Post proposes raising stamp prices by two cents next year

OTTAWA — Canada Post is proposing to raise the prices of stamps ever-so-slightly next year.
CT scan results of boy's brain 'devastating: pediatric specialist

CT scan results of boy's brain 'devastating: pediatric specialist

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — A pediatric critical care specialist says the results of a CT scan on the brain of a boy whose parents are on trial in his death was one of the "most devastating" she had ever seen. Dr.
Baloney Meter: Is Elections Canada biased in favour of Liberals, as Tory claims?

Baloney Meter: Is Elections Canada biased in favour of Liberals, as Tory claims?

OTTAWA — "Hard to trust the Liberal lapdogs at Elections Canada, who let Liberals-SNC off the $100K donation scam and has paid influencers to intervene in the campaign." — Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, Twitter post, June 10, 2019.
In the news today, June 14

In the news today, June 14

Five stories in the news for Friday, June 14 ——— RAPTORS WIN FIRST NBA TITLE IN FRANCHISE HISTORY The Toronto Raptors, a team whose magical playoff run sparked civic pride and raucous enthusiasm across Canada, sent fans into fits of unbridled joy Thu
St. John's celebrates 100-year anniversary of first non-stop transatlantic flight

St. John's celebrates 100-year anniversary of first non-stop transatlantic flight

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The city of St.
Hussen names 11 communities for rural immigration experiment

Hussen names 11 communities for rural immigration experiment

OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says 11 communities the federal government is choosing for a new rural immigration program will gain new workers and citizens that are badly needed to boost dwindling economies.
Victoria council to fund Remembrance Day ceremony; offers apologies to veterans

Victoria council to fund Remembrance Day ceremony; offers apologies to veterans

Victoria council dropped its plan Thursday to seek federal funds to cover Remembrance Day ceremony costs, deciding apologies to veterans and those currently serving in Canada's Armed Forces were in order.
Fans delirious as Raptors best Warriors to win NBA championship

Fans delirious as Raptors best Warriors to win NBA championship

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors, a team whose magical playoff run sparked civic pride and raucous enthusiasm across Canada, sent fans into fits of unbridled joy on Thursday as they beat the reigning champ Golden State Warriors in a see-saw thriller to
The latest from Game 6 of the NBA Finals

The latest from Game 6 of the NBA Finals

1:35 a.m. Celebrations continue in Toronto following the Raptors' historic win in the NBA Finals. While most of the festivities have been peaceful, two police cruisers parked on a downtown street were damaged by fans.