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PM joins hundreds in Halifax square to remember 7 refugee children lost in fire

PM joins hundreds in Halifax square to remember 7 refugee children lost in fire

HALIFAX — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was among the hundreds of people who gathered in Halifax's main square Wednesday night in support of a Syrian refugee family that lost seven children in a house fire, as pressure mounted to bring other members
Justin Trudeau rallies N.S. supporters with fond memories as controversies rage

Justin Trudeau rallies N.S. supporters with fond memories as controversies rage

HALIFAX — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited friendly Nova Scotia territory on Wednesday evening to thank fundraisers and recall happier times, as controversies rage in Ottawa.
Few incentives in spending-heavy B.C. budget, global downturn worries business

Few incentives in spending-heavy B.C. budget, global downturn worries business

VICTORIA — British Columbia's budget pays too little attention to the potential impacts of a slowing global economy and a shifting housing market, business leaders say.
Canada rejects global ban on shipping recyclables as trash rots in Manila

Canada rejects global ban on shipping recyclables as trash rots in Manila

OTTAWA — Canada will not sign on to an amendment to an international treaty that would fully ban developed countries like Canada from shipping hazardous waste, including recyclables, to the developing world.
Quebec says former SNC-Lavalin exec owes $11 million in back taxes

Quebec says former SNC-Lavalin exec owes $11 million in back taxes

MONTREAL — Quebec's Revenue Department is trying to seize the assets of a former SNC-Lavalin executive facing trial on fraud-related charges after estimating he owes the government more than $11 million in back taxes. A Feb.
Death in Cat Lake First Nation shaking up community: Ontario NDP MP

Death in Cat Lake First Nation shaking up community: Ontario NDP MP

OTTAWA — Ontario NDP MP Charlie Angus says the death of a 48-year-old woman in Cat Lake First Nation is shaking up community residents and he doesn't know what it will take for the federal government to see the northern Ontario reserve is in a health
Families want First World War letter shared with public: antique store owner

Families want First World War letter shared with public: antique store owner

WINNIPEG — A Manitoba antique store owner who found a letter written by a First World War soldier to the sister of a man who saved his life on a battlefield has contacted some of the relatives.
Tech giants called to testify in Ottawa in international probe of fake news

Tech giants called to testify in Ottawa in international probe of fake news

OTTAWA — Executives from some of the world's largest digital and social media firms have been invited to appear before an international committee on disinformation and "fake news" when it meets in Ottawa this May.
Timeline: SNC-Lavalin and Jody Wilson-Raybould

Timeline: SNC-Lavalin and Jody Wilson-Raybould

OTTAWA — A chronology of events in the SNC-Lavalin controversy: Feb.
SNC-Lavalin lawyers rushed to prosecutors before MPs knew of proposed law change

SNC-Lavalin lawyers rushed to prosecutors before MPs knew of proposed law change

Representatives for SNC-Lavalin hustled to connect with federal prosecutors after the Liberal government quietly introduced a proposal last year to allow corporations to strike settlement deals and avoid criminal prosecution, court documents show.
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