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10:00 Raising Elaan: Profoundly disabled boy's 'co-mommas' make legal history

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15:51 Holocaust comparison in pro-life video upsets Alberta school division

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  • Trump slaps 20% tariff on Canadian lumber

    April 25, 2017 2:58 AM 3

    The United States has fired the opening shot in a latest softwood-lumber war against Canada, with the Trump administration announcing its first batch of duties on imported wood in the neighbourhood of 20%. The move was expected: the historic dispute over lumber pricing has led to once-a-decade trade skirmishes over the issue, resulting in American duties

  • Trudeau Confirms Feds Will Ensure Access To Legal Pot If Provinces Don't Act

    April 25, 2017 2:16 AM 4

    OTTAWA — If a Canadian province doesn’t set up a framework to sell marijuana legally, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government will ensure pot is available to all Canadians online. Trudeau said he recognizes that different provinces will have different approaches but they will have more than one year to establish the systems they want to use to sell cannabis

  • Accused Bountiful polygamist told police he didn’t know wife was 15 years old: trial Add to ..

    April 25, 2017 12:43 AM 4

    The trial of a British Columbia religious leader charged with polygamy heard Monday that the accused told police he didn’t know a teenage girl’s true age when he married her. Winston Blackmore is the head of a religious group in Bountiful, a community in southeastern B.C. where residents are known for practising a faith that condones plural marriage

  • Dogs found in 'horrific living conditions' seized by B.C. SPCA

    April 24, 2017 10:40 PM 6

    24 small dogs and puppies along with 6 cats removed from puppy breeding operation in Lillooet The B.C. SPCA has removed two dozen small dogs and puppies along with six cats from a puppy breeding operation near Lilllooet, B.C., after a tip came in that the animals were suffering from severe neglect. "The dogs were found in really horrific living conditions

  • 'A terrible life, full of violence': Toddler died of head trauma, Edmonton police say

    April 24, 2017 9:06 PM 5

    Father, girlfriend, charged with murder in death of 19-month-old Anthony Raine A 19-month-old boy whose body was found outside an Edmonton church last week suffered a life of shocking violence and died from head trauma some time before he was abandoned, police say. The toddler's father and his girlfriend were charged Monday with second-degree murder

  • Murder probe launched after body found in Richmond nature park

    April 24, 2017 8:14 PM 5

    #Breaking: RCMP confirm a man's body was found in a popular Richmond park Monday, and say the death appears targeted. Part of a popular nature park in Richmond was cordoned off by police tape Monday morning due to a "serious incident." A staff member with the BC Coroners Service arrived to the scene around noon. RCMP blocked public access to the northern

  • A new wave of fashion designers is bringing the ‘80s back

    April 24, 2017 8:11 PM 6

    Recently named a finalist in the LVMH prize for Young Fashion Designers, Molly Goddard amped up a sheer frock, done in her signature tulle fabrication, with a jolt of neon. Molly Goddard dress, $1,075, Suecomma Bonnie sandals, $284 at Nordstrom ( www.nordstrom.com). Necklace, $610 through www.maria-black.com. Socks, $8 at Topshop at Hudson’s Bay (www.thebay

  • Security of Israel a key in Canada's fight against ISIL, says Freeland

    April 24, 2017 7:42 PM 6

    OTTAWA - Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says ensuring the security of Israel is a core component of Canada's Middle East strategy, including the fight against Islamic State militants. Freeland is delivering that message at a major meeting of the World Jewish Congress in New York. The minister calls the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

  • Montreal couple hid winning $55M lottery ticket in daughter's toy box

    April 24, 2017 7:26 PM 6

    Initially, Nathalie Langlais thought her winning lottery ticket was worth $55. "I said, '$55,000, that's impossible!"' Langlais told a news conference at Loto-Quebec headquarters Monday, three days after the Lotto Max draw. "I said, 'I'm dead! I'm going to go crazy.' I ran to my husband to see what's going on, to see if I'm crazy." She was indeed sane -- and she and her spouse

  • 'Like a branch cracking': Witness in trial at 2015 gas-and-dash death

    April 24, 2017 7:20 PM 3

    CALGARY -- A witness testifying in the hit-and-run death of a gas station worker says she screamed at the woman to get away from a fleeing truck because she feared it was a "dangerous situation." Maryam Rashidi, 35, was killed while trying to stop a driver from leaving the Centex gas station in Calgary who failed to pay for $113 worth of gas in June 2015. "I was trying