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Groups ready campaign to help young voters identify 'fake news' in election

Groups ready campaign to help young voters identify 'fake news' in election

OTTAWA — Samantha Reusch is aiming to help young Canadians identify misinformation online because she and her colleagues can't monitor all social media platforms for false information during this fall's campaign.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $30 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $30 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on Aug. 27 will grow to approximately $40 million. The Canadian Press
Trade to dominate Trudeau-Trump bilateral meeting during G7 summit

Trade to dominate Trudeau-Trump bilateral meeting during G7 summit

BIARRITZ, France — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived Friday for this weekend's long-awaited G7 summit in France, where he plans to try to shore up Canada's trade and economic interests in one-on-one meetings with several world leaders before the

Advocates say deportation of man to Somalia put on hold after appeal to UN

EDMONTON — Advocates say the federal government has called off the deportation of a former child refugee to Somalia following a request from the United Nations.

Crown cross-examines B.C. father accused of killing daughters

VANCOUVER — The prosecution got the opportunity Friday to challenge the story of a Vancouver Island father who denies killing his two young girls.
Code Orange: inside a Toronto hospital's preparation for the next catastrophe

Code Orange: inside a Toronto hospital's preparation for the next catastrophe

TORONTO — The warning signalling a mass casualty situation blares out from the overhead speakers in the emergency department at St.
Timing of Bank of Canada's next statement gives it potential to tinge election

Timing of Bank of Canada's next statement gives it potential to tinge election

OTTAWA — Canadians last heard the Bank of Canada's take on the economy in the early days of summer — and the timing of its next update has the potential to tinge political debate during the federal election campaign.
Ottawa ready to pass law forcing CN to restore rusting Quebec Bridge

Ottawa ready to pass law forcing CN to restore rusting Quebec Bridge

Ottawa says its ready to take ownership of the aging Quebec Bridge or pass legislation forcing the Canadian National Railway to restore the historic structure.

Court battle over birth certificate ends with father's name left off

MONTREAL — Quebec's highest court has weighed in on a legal battle surrounding the birth certificate of a young girl, overturning a lower court ruling that had seen the girl's biological father recognized on the document over her non-biological mothe

Third-party buys billboard to promote Bernier's anti-mass immigration stance

OTTAWA — Billboards with Maxime Bernier's face and a slogan advocating against mass immigration cropped up Friday in several major Canadian cities.
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