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Prime Minister Trudeau expresses love for Canadiens on trade deadline day

Prime Minister Trudeau expresses love for Canadiens on trade deadline day

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wasn't about to shy away from supporting his favourite Canadian hockey team on trade deadline day.
More money needed to deal with civil service pay problems, unions say

More money needed to deal with civil service pay problems, unions say

OTTAWA — The upcoming federal budget must include more money to stabilize the disastrous Phoenix pay system for government employees, and to launch its replacement, the country's biggest civil service unions demanded Monday.

Canada must pay $7M over botched assessment of N.S. quarry project

OTTAWA — A North American free trade panel says Canada has to pay an American company $7 million over a botched environmental review of a quarry it wanted to build in Nova Scotia.
Consular officials in China meet with Kovrig, Global Affairs Canada says

Consular officials in China meet with Kovrig, Global Affairs Canada says

OTTAWA — Global Affairs Canada says it met Monday with one of two Canadians detained in China since December.
A look at coroner's recommendations following Humboldt Broncos bus crash

A look at coroner's recommendations following Humboldt Broncos bus crash

REGINA — The coroner in Saskatchewan has completed its investigation into the Humboldt Broncos crash that killed 16 people and injured 13 on the junior hockey team's bus last April.
New Democrats lose their second provincial leader on East Coast this month

New Democrats lose their second provincial leader on East Coast this month

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's NDP leader has quit, after the party decided over the weekend to hold a leadership convention to replace her. Jennifer McKenzie issued a statement saying her resignation is effective immediately.

Quebec physicians vote to give nurse practitioners long-sought authority to diagnose

MONTREAL — The professional order representing Quebec physicians has voted to allow the roughly 500 nurse practitioners in the province to begin diagnosing patients in an effort to reduce wait times in the health system and increase access to health
In the news today, Feb. 25

In the news today, Feb. 25

Five stories in the news for Monday, Feb. 25 ——— SINGH'S FATE IN HANDS OF BYELECTION VOTERS Jagmeet Singh's political fatem, and the fortunes of the New Democratic Party as a whole, are in the hands of voters today in a B.C. riding.
Caribou Marketing Board: Regulating wild food suggested to ease Arctic hunger

Caribou Marketing Board: Regulating wild food suggested to ease Arctic hunger

Northerners could get relief from sky-high grocery bills if Ottawa were to help regulate and encourage the sale of food harvested from the land, a federal advisory board has concluded.
'Turning humans into robots:' Injured Broncos player planning spinal surgery in Thailand

'Turning humans into robots:' Injured Broncos player planning spinal surgery in Thailand

CALGARY — A hockey player paralyzed in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash is planning to head to Thailand in his quest to get better. Ryan Straschnitzki of Airdrie, Alta.