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Saying sorry: CN apologizes to Manitoba rancher for oil spill after derailment

Saying sorry: CN apologizes to Manitoba rancher for oil spill after derailment

ST-LAZARE, Man. — A top CN executive telephoned a Manitoba rancher on Monday to apologize after one of the company's trains derailed and spilled oil on his land. "CN executive vice-president Sean Finn spoke directly with Mr. Jayme Corr ...
Quebecer in court seeking assisted death wants control of her destiny

Quebecer in court seeking assisted death wants control of her destiny

MONTREAL — Two Quebecers suffering from incurable degenerative diseases are arguing that laws governing medical assistance in dying are unconstitutional and that legislators exceeded their powers by setting overly strict criteria.
Hunt continues for convicted killer who escaped from prison north of Montreal

Hunt continues for convicted killer who escaped from prison north of Montreal

LAVAL, Que. — Police continue to search for a convicted murderer who escaped from custody at a minimum security federal facility north of Montreal last week.
An insider's view of the Quadriga meltdown: 'It's kinda devastating'

An insider's view of the Quadriga meltdown: 'It's kinda devastating'

HALIFAX — Software engineer Tong Zou lost his life savings — more than $500,000 — in the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency meltdown.
U.K.'s pro-Huawei signals give Canada breathing space on 5G decision: expert

U.K.'s pro-Huawei signals give Canada breathing space on 5G decision: expert

OTTAWA — Canadian officials will be "cheering from the sidelines" over fresh signals that Britain believes it can manage any security risks posed by Huawei Technologies' involvement in building a next-generation wireless data network, says an intelli
Timeline: SNC-Lavalin and Jody Wilson-Raybould

Timeline: SNC-Lavalin and Jody Wilson-Raybould

OTTAWA — Feb. 19, 2015 — The RCMP lays corruption and fraud charges against Montreal-based engineering and construction firm SNC-Lavalin, over allegations it used bribery to get government business in Libya.
Text of statement from Gerald Butts, who resigned as PM's principal secretary

Text of statement from Gerald Butts, who resigned as PM's principal secretary

OTTAWA — Gerald Butts, principal secretary to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his friend since university days, issued this statement Monday afternoon: I have resigned as Principal Secretary to The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, PC, MP, Prime Min
Body found after apparent house explosion in Calgary, police investigating

Body found after apparent house explosion in Calgary, police investigating

Calgary police say a body has been recovered from the site of an apparent house explosion in the city's southeast. Sgt. Dwayne Lepchuk declined to say whose remains were found.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh calls for public inquiry over SNC-Lavalin questions

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh calls for public inquiry over SNC-Lavalin questions

BURNABY, B.C. — Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says a public inquiry is necessary in the scandal involving engineering giant SNC-Lavalin and Canada's former justice minister.
Mermen calendar targets 'toxic masculinity,' raises big money for charities

Mermen calendar targets 'toxic masculinity,' raises big money for charities

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — What started as a dare for a burly Newfoundland man to pose in mermaid flippers has turned into a globally known effort to combat gender stereotypes — and raised more than a half million dollars for charity.
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