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A look at carbon prices in all provinces and territories

As of Jan. 1, every Canadian and all Canadian businesses are paying a price on carbon.

Vandewater found guilty of second-degree murder in stabbing death of cellmate

A Prince Albert Court of Queen’s Bench judge found Tyler Vandewater guilty today of second-degree murder for the stabbing death of his cellmate Christopher Van Camp in June 2017.
Supreme Court will not hear Trans Mountain pipeline expansion appeal cases

Supreme Court will not hear Trans Mountain pipeline expansion appeal cases

OTTAWA — The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project has cleared another legal hurdle. The Supreme Court of Canada has decided not to hear five challenges from environment and Indigenous groups from British Columbia.

Osoyoos Indian Band members committed to revitalizing dying language

In a room tucked away in the basement of the old Osoyoos Indian Band Office, eight students and two teachers sit around a semi-circle of fold up tables practicing the language of the Syilx people.
Yukon adopts permanent daylight time as consultation wins overwhelming support

Yukon adopts permanent daylight time as consultation wins overwhelming support

WHITEHORSE — Once Yukon residents spring their clocks forward this weekend, there will be no turning back. The Yukon government says the territory will end the practice of seasonal time changes and remain on Pacific daylight time all year round.
Yukon adopts permanent daylight time as consultation wins overwhelming support

Yukon adopts permanent daylight time as consultation wins overwhelming support

WHITEHORSE — Once Yukon residents spring their clocks forward this weekend, there will be no turning back. The Yukon government says the territory will end the practice of seasonal time changes and remain on Pacific daylight time all year round.
It's up to all Wet'suwet'en people to work through agreement: Bellegarde

It's up to all Wet'suwet'en people to work through agreement: Bellegarde

VANCOUVER — Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde says it's up to all Wet'suwet'en people to work through the draft agreement struck on Sunday between their hereditary chiefs and senior Canadian officials.
Baloney Meter: Did a Liberal tax cut help reduce poverty rates?

Baloney Meter: Did a Liberal tax cut help reduce poverty rates?

OTTAWA — "We cut taxes for the middle class. It was the first thing we did as a government in 2015, and it helped to lift more than one million Canadians out of poverty. And that’s exactly why we did it again in 2019.
An update on Canada's economy and fleeting tweets; In The News for March 5

An update on Canada's economy and fleeting tweets; In The News for March 5

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of March 5 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Without Indigenous consent for pipelines, expect more confrontations

Without Indigenous consent for pipelines, expect more confrontations

OTTAWA — Canadians can expect more disruptive protests if the federal government pushes forward with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion against the wishes of some of the Indigenous communities it will pass through, says a British Columbia lawyer a
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