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Feds begin payouts to informants for offshore tax intelligence

Feds begin payouts to informants for offshore tax intelligence

OTTAWA — The federal government has begun making payments to confidential informants for intelligence that has so far brought in more than $19 million from offshore tax evaders.
Ottawa, Quebec announce $500 million reconstruction of La Fontaine Tunnel

Ottawa, Quebec announce $500 million reconstruction of La Fontaine Tunnel

MONTREAL — The federal and Quebec governments have announced a $500-million reconstruction project for Canada's longest highway tunnel — the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine Tunnel linking Montreal to its southern suburbs.
Canada OK with EU plan to help WTO deal with Trump disruption: Carr

Canada OK with EU plan to help WTO deal with Trump disruption: Carr

OTTAWA — Canada's trade minister is endorsing a European Union plan to set up an alternative to the World Trade Organization's appeals panel, in case a U.S. refusal to appoint new members paralyzes it by the end of the year.

Five things about the inquiry on murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls

OTTAWA — The national inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls in Canada released its final report in Ottawa. Here are five things you should know about it.
Liberals merge youth employment programs in revamped jobs strategy

Liberals merge youth employment programs in revamped jobs strategy

OTTAWA — Myriad federal programs aimed at helping young people get and keep jobs are being merged as part of a revamped youth employment strategy.

Toronto police probing live TV vulgarity against Ayesha Curry after NBA game

Toronto police are investigating after a man made a vulgar comment on live TV against Ayesha Curry — wife of basketball star Stephen Curry. They say they won't comment further until the investigation is over.
Northern Alberta residents start returning home after evacuation due to fires

Northern Alberta residents start returning home after evacuation due to fires

Some residents in northern Alberta have started to return home after wildfires forced them to leave their communities two weeks ago.
Oil lobby group calls for parties to campaign on regulatory help for pipelines

Oil lobby group calls for parties to campaign on regulatory help for pipelines

OTTAWA — The country's largest oil-and-gas lobby group is urging political parties to ensure their campaign platforms include support for major pipeline and LNG projects and a regulatory regime that would allow projects to be completed faster.
Some of the MMIWG inquiry's farthest-reaching recommendations

Some of the MMIWG inquiry's farthest-reaching recommendations

GATINEAU, Que. — The final report of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls includes more than 200 "calls for justice." A selection of some of the farthest-reaching ones: 1.
Canada needs to triple ocean protection to protect habitats: report

Canada needs to triple ocean protection to protect habitats: report

An environmental group says Canada needs to up its game on protecting its oceans.