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May 14, 2018 3:52 AM Indonesia police say Surabaya headquarters attacked

Attack comes day after 3 churches attacked by family of suicide bombers The police headquarters in Indonesia's second largest city was attacked Monday by suspected militants who detonated explosives from a motorcycle, a day after suicide bombings at three churches in the city by members of one family killed at least eight people. CCTV footage shows a car and two motorcycles 21

May 9, 2018 12:50 AM Trudeau to offer formal apology in the Commons for fate of MS St. Louis

Canada turned away 907 German Jews seeking asylum; 254 later lost their lives in the Holocaust Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will deliver another official apology in the House of Commons, this time over the fate of the MS St. Louis. "When Canada denied asylum to the 907 German Jews on board the MS St. Louis, we failed not only those passengers, but also their 39

May 4, 2018 8:00 AM If there's more to MP Erin Weir's expulsion than the public knows, the NDP should say so: Robyn Urback

Without further details, this case is sure to become Exhibit A of the #MeToo movement going too far The NDP has provided #MeToo skeptics with a handy new case study: the expulsion of Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir from caucus. As of Thursday, the NDP hadn't revealed the exact nature of the allegations against Weir — only that a third-party investigator had found 23

May 3, 2018 2:06 PM Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir expelled from NDP caucus after harassment investigation

Weir says he's being removed not because of findings but because he spoke to media Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir, who was under investigation following harassment complaints, has been expelled from the NDP caucus by party leader Jagmeet Singh. But in a twist, Weir says he is not being kicked out because of the report's findings, but for speaking to the media 16

May 1, 2018 8:26 PM A city-owned tree could cost them $10,000 in plumbing repairs. They say the city told them ‘it’s not our problem’

A plumber told Nick Arniotis it could cost $10,000 to repair damage to his mother’s Glen Park bungalow after tree roots invaded a sewer pipe on her property. Did an already cracked pipe simply attract the attention of a thirsty plant, or did the roots of a city-owned tree penetrate and damage a healthy drainage system in a Glen Park home? It’s a question 19

April 14, 2018 11:52 PM Pipeline isn't about 'punishing' B.C., it's about what's in the national interest, Trudeau says

'The federal government has a responsibility to bring Canadians together,' PM says in Lima Efforts to see the Trans Mountain pipeline through to completion are not about punishing people from B.C., but about ensuring a project in the national interest gets built, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Saturday at the close of the Summit of the Americas in Lima. "This 19

April 14, 2018 9:45 PM Hungarian anti-government protest draws thousands in Budapest

Saturday’s rally exposed the country’s deep divisions following the re-election of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, with protesters demanding a new national electoral system. “We want new and fair elections,” opposition activist Gergely Gulyas told the huge crowd. “This is the responsibility of the government and we’re going to remind them of this, peacefully 22

April 12, 2018 8:20 PM NDP health critic calls on feds to hold drug companies accountable for fuelling opioid crisis

‘We’ve had massive costs dumped on the public as a result of these products,’ said Don Davies The NDP's federal health critic says it's time governments hold drug manufacturers accountable for their part in fuelling the opioid crisis. On Thursday, Vancouver-Kingsway MP Don Davies formally called on the federal government to launch a criminal investigation 14

March 26, 2018 6:45 PM Poisoned spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter may never recover, U.K.’s May says

LONDON — British prime minister Theresa May says former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter may never recover from a nerve-agent attack that has left them in critical condition. May says “their condition is unlikely to change in the near future, and they may never recover fully.” May told lawmakers that more than 130 people in the English city of Salisbury 10

March 23, 2018 10:21 PM Alberta premier calls B.C. complaints about high gas prices environmental hypocrisy

B.C. premier has asked federal government to step in to combat high gas prices Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says if British Columbia wants to keep gasoline prices low it should stop opposing the Kinder Morgan oil pipeline expansion. B.C. Premier John Horgan said Thursday he would like to see the federal government step in to deal with high gas prices 74