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  • Plaque honouring Confederate leader Jefferson Davis removed from Montreal building

    August 16, 2017 2:34 AM 7

    MONTREAL—A commemorative plaque honouring a former president of the Confederate States of America has been removed from a Hudson’s Bay Co. building in downtown Montreal. Spokesperson Tiffany Bourre told The Canadian Press in an email the plaque of Jefferson Davis, who was president of the Confederate states during the Civil War, was taken down Tuesday

  • One 'carrot' diamond: Woman's long-lost engagement ring found

    August 16, 2017 2:00 AM 8

    It’s been 13 years since Mary Grams lost her engagement ring in the garden -- a secret she shared only with her son. Now, Grams’ ring could be the talk of her small town, she said, after it was found wrapped around a carrot on her family’s farm. Grams found out about the ring from her daughter-in-law, who phoned on Monday after plucking the ring-clad

  • Tension between The Rebel and conservatives erupts anew

    August 16, 2017 1:03 AM 10

    Former Convervative leadership candidate MP Michael Chong says he will never appear on the outlet again The uneasy relationship between Canadian conservatives and controversial news outlet The Rebel garnered renewed attention Tuesday after one of the site's co-founders and two of its contributors quit over its coverage of the Charlottesville protests

  • First Nation group questions grizzly hunt meat exemption

    August 16, 2017 12:33 AM 8

    Coastal First Nations say hunting for meat allowance could be used as trophy hunt loophole. Groups opposed to grizzly bear trophy hunting in British Columbia say new regulations announced by the B.C. government are a good first step, but question whether continuing to allow hunting for meat will provide a loophole for sport hunters. “We have no problem

  • British Columbia Will Ban Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunting

    August 15, 2017 10:37 PM 7

    Grizzly bear cubs follow their mother in British Columbia, Canada, in 2014. The province has banned trophy hunting of grizzlies beginning at the end of November. In a win for conservationists and environmental groups, British Columbia says it will no longer allow the trophy hunting of grizzly bears in the Canadian province starting on Nov. 30. The new policy

  • NAFTA talks big deal to small businesses: CFIB

    August 15, 2017 10:19 PM 8

    When it comes to renegotiating NAFTA, it pays to think small business. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), which represents small- and medium-sized companies, says the outcome of looming Canada-U.S.-Mexico trade talks could have a big impact on these firms. “Together, small and medium-sized businesses employ over 90% of the total

  • Confederate plaque on Montreal Hudson's Bay store removed

    August 15, 2017 9:19 PM 7

    The Hudson's Bay Company has removed a plaque from the company's flagship store in downtown Montreal that commemorates Jefferson Davis, who was president of the Confederate States during the American Civil War. "We are working this evening to have the plaque removed," wrote Tiffany Bourré, a spokesperson for HBC, in an email to CBC News Tuesday afternoon

  • Visit by Clinton family has small Quebec town buzzing Add to ..

    August 15, 2017 9:14 PM 7

    When Nicole Dumontet found out the Clinton family would be staying at the renowned Manoir Hovey in the small Quebec town of North Hatley, booking a room at the same time was the only option. “I have to be frank with you,” the Montrealer said in an interview. “We came because the Clintons were here.” Dumontet, who has actually vacationed at the inn for 20 years

  • Toronto police officers who mocked woman with Down syndrome attend discipline hearing

    August 15, 2017 6:08 PM 6

    Francie Munoz was surrounded by friends and family at the discipline hearing for 2 Toronto police officers Sitting just a few feet apart, Francie Munoz — who has Down syndrome — looked straight at the two police officers who were caught on their dashboard camera mocking her, but the two men never looked back. Constables Sasa Sljivo and Matthew Saris

  • Edmonton boy thwarts alleged abduction of 5-year-old sister, police say

    August 15, 2017 6:02 PM 6

    Police say her brother went to get help from family members who chased the man and found the girl unharmed a block away. Edmonton police are praising the actions of a boy who they say thwarted the alleged abduction of his sister. Police say a man allegedly took the 5-year-old girl who was riding her bike with her older brother on Saturday evening