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Librarians saving Alberta's scientific reports, policy documents before change in government

Librarians saving Alberta's scientific reports, policy documents before change in government

EDMONTON — An Alberta librarian has been archiving much of the provincial government's online content — including studies on health, climate change policy and poverty reduction — to prepare for a change in government.
New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

OTTAWA — With Washington riveted to the Mueller report, a comprehensive economic assessment of the new North American free trade deal quietly emerged Thursday, predicting less-than-stellar economic gains for the United States.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante faces online threats over secularism stance

Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante faces online threats over secularism stance

Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante spoke out Thursday about threats directed against her over her stance on the province's secularism bill. Plante told reporters Thursday the online attacks have intensified, and she is taking them seriously.

New Brunswick-based railway ordered to pay $50,000 for safety violations

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The New Brunswick Southern Railway Co.
Vancouver Park Board says rare Snow Tower tree blooming in city park

Vancouver Park Board says rare Snow Tower tree blooming in city park

VANCOUVER — A tree described as one of the true giants of the herbaceous plant world is bringing some tropical warmth to British Columbia.
Liberals extend deadline for Trans Mountain pipeline decision to June 18

Liberals extend deadline for Trans Mountain pipeline decision to June 18

OTTAWA — The federal government is putting off plans to pass judgment on the reconsidered Trans Mountain pipeline expansion proposal for nearly a month in order to finish its consultations with Indigenous groups, says Natural Resources Minister Amarj
Legault cites equalization, hockey as reasons to be proud Canadian

Legault cites equalization, hockey as reasons to be proud Canadian

QUEBEC — As "gotcha" questions go, it was pretty mild, but Quebec Premier Francois Legault stumbled this week when asked why he is proud to be Canadian.
Supreme Court of Canada sides with police in internet child luring case

Supreme Court of Canada sides with police in internet child luring case

OTTAWA — Undercover police officers do not need to obtain a judicial warrant before using email or instant-message services to communicate with someone suspected of child luring, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Michael Wernick, clerk of the Privy Council, bids farewell to public service

Michael Wernick, clerk of the Privy Council, bids farewell to public service

OTTAWA — Michael Wernick, the clerk of the Privy Council, has bid farewell to the more than 200,000 workers in the federal public service.
Trudeau ignores Tory complaints, launches search for next Supreme Court justice

Trudeau ignores Tory complaints, launches search for next Supreme Court justice

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau officially launched the selection process to replace Supreme Court Justice Clement Gascon today, ignoring calls from the federal Conservatives to delay it.
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