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  • Liberal Steve Thomson B.C.'s new Speaker in likely short-lived government

    June 22, 2017 5:45 PM 10

    VICTORIA -- A former Liberal cabinet minister is British Columbia's new Speaker of the legislature in what is likely to be a short-term appointment. Steve Thomson, the member of the legislature for the Kelowna Mission and a former minister of forests, lands and natural resource operations, was acclaimed Speaker today. The province's new Liberal minority

  • 'Somebody needs to do something,' says Cape Breton grandmother of bullied boy

    June 22, 2017 5:15 PM 8

    Jackie Dixon says the system is failing her grandson and his bully A Cape Breton grandmother says she's scared that bullying will drive her 12-year-old grandson to take his own life, and she's calling for better interventions for both victims and their tormentors. "My fear most days is I'm going go home and find him," said Jackie Dixon of Sydney, N.S. She said the problems

  • Couillard says Muslims also have a responsibility in the fight against terrorism

    June 22, 2017 5:10 PM 13

    Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard says Muslims also have a responsibility in the fight against terrorism. Couillard says the stabbing of a police officer at the Flint airport in Michigan is the kind of terrorist event that cannot be disconnected "from Islam in general." The premier was speaking a day after a Montreal man from Tunisia was charged after

  • Trudeau to discuss Canada-U.S. relations in the Trump era with New York Times

    June 22, 2017 4:22 PM 8

    Question-and-answer session will take place at University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will take pointed questions about Canada-U.S. relations in the Trump era during an interview with the New York Times today. Trudeau will sit down with Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent covering the Donald Trump administration

  • Bertrand Charest, ex-Canadian ski coach, found guilty of 37 sex charges involving girls

    June 22, 2017 3:54 PM 8

    Charest was on trial in Quebec on dozens of charges, including sexual assault, involving 12 athletes Calling him a "predator" who had total control over the girls and young women he was coaching, a judge has found former Canadian women's ski coach Bertrand Charest guilty of 37 criminal charges, including sexual assault and breach of trust. Quebec Court

  • Wynne wildly unpopular inside and outside Ontario: Poll

    June 22, 2017 2:36 PM 11

    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has the highest disapproval rating of any provincial premier in the country, a Mainstreet Research/Postmedia polls finds. The embattled Wynne has the unfortunate distinction of being the most unpopular premier in their own province, with only 19% of Ontarians expressing approval, and a full 70% unhappy with the job she’s

  • B.C. First Nation, Vancouver airport sign long-term benefits agreement

    June 22, 2017 2:29 AM 10

    RICHMOND, B.C. -- A First Nation in British Columbia has signed a long-term benefits agreement with the Vancouver International Airport. The Musqueam Indian Band and airport officials say in a release that the 30-year deal is based on "friendship and respect" and is meant to be mutually beneficial. The airport, located in Richmond, B.C., sits on the traditional

  • Ontario man heads to court after more than 1,000 pigs found dead: Ontario SPCA

    June 22, 2017 2:05 AM 9

    LANGTON, Ont. -- A 27-year-old Ontario man is set to appear in court Thursday near London, Ont., to answer to animal cruelty charges after more than 1,000 pigs were found dead on a farm earlier this year. The Ontario SPCA says officers attended a pig farm in Langton, Ont., in February and found dead and dying pigs with no access to food. The animal welfare

  • Parts of Red Deer could be without power for next 72 hours, city says

    June 22, 2017 12:57 AM 9

    'If you are still without power, we unfortunately still have a long road ahead of us,' mayor says Residents and businesses in about 15 per cent of Red Deer could be without power for the next 72 hours, as the city continues to operate under a local state of emergency after a violent wind storm. The wind downed trees and power lines, blocked roads and caused

  • Senators leave Liberals’ budget bill in limbo as MPs leave for summer recess Add to ..

    June 22, 2017 12:30 AM 9

    Furious senators refused to pass the Liberal budget Wednesday evening, leaving the government’s agenda in limbo as members of Parliament left Ottawa for the summer recess. A flurry of events Wednesday pitted the Senate against the House of Commons over whether or not unelected senators can make decisions that have financial consequences. The Senate will return