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All the main federal party leaders in Quebec for Fete Nationale weekend

MONTREAL — All three of the main federal party leaders will be in Quebec this weekend for the Fete Nationale holiday.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $42 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $42 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.

Baby dies in car after father forgets to bring child to Montreal daycare: police

Montreal police say a six-month-old baby boy has been found dead by his father who forgot him in the car while he was at work. Police says the father went to a daycare in Old Montreal around 5:30 p.m. Friday to pick up his son.

Flurry of Liberal nominations signals start of marathon 2019 election race

OTTAWA — And they're off. The next federal election is still 15 months away but governing Liberals are already gearing up.

Helpful tips for visitors planning a trip to Parliament Hill on Canada Day

OTTAWA — Planning a trip to Parliament Hill on Canada Day weekend? Here are some tips: — Visitors are required to undergo screening, which involves passing through a metal detector and screening for restricted items.
Trump sends letter to Trudeau calling for increase in NATO defence spending

Trump sends letter to Trudeau calling for increase in NATO defence spending

OTTAWA — As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to attend the upcoming NATO summit in Brussels, U.S. President Donald Trump is calling on Canada to meet the alliance's defence spending targets.

Culinary workers call for culture shift as #MeToo puts spotlight on harassment

When Tari Shear got her start in the restaurant industry as a hostess, she says enduring sexual harassment was one of the "expectations" of her job.
Facebook launches Messenger Kids in Canada, despite controversy in U.S.

Facebook launches Messenger Kids in Canada, despite controversy in U.S.

Facebook says it has launched its messenger app for kids in Canada. Messenger Kids is an app that allows kids to video call and message friends and family using a smartphone or tablet.

FSIN supports Indigenous teepee protest outside Saskatchewan legislature

REGINA — The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations is showing support for protesters who have set up a teepee again outside of the Saskatchewan legislature.
Feds strike deal with Quebec's Chantier Davie for three new icebreakers

Feds strike deal with Quebec's Chantier Davie for three new icebreakers

OTTAWA — The federal government has reached a deal with a Quebec firm for three new icebreakers for the coast guard.
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