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NDP working to recruit candidates in New Brunswick where roster is bare

NDP working to recruit candidates in New Brunswick where roster is bare

OTTAWA — A spokesperson for NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh insists the party is working hard to recruit new candidates and get its message out to the people of New Brunswick.

Cases against two St. Mike's students accused in alleged sex assaults concluded

TORONTO — The cases against two students accused in alleged sex assaults at a private Toronto school have concluded. Ontario's Ministry of the Attorney General will not say, however, what the outcomes of the cases against the St.

Ontario government releases updated sexual-education curriculum

TORONTO — The Ontario government has released the new sexual-education curriculum, replacing a much-criticized teaching plan brought in after the Progressive Conservatives took power last year.
In the news today, Aug. 21

In the news today, Aug. 21

Four stories in the news for Wednesday, Aug.

Country music star George Canyon to run for Tories in Nova Scotia

OTTAWA — One of Nova Scotia's best-known country music stars is walking on to the political stage. George Canyon has announced he's running as a Conservative candidate in the riding of Central Nova in the upcoming federal election.

One dead, others injured after fiery crash in southeastern Alberta

CEREAL, Alta. — One person is dead and others have been injured in a fiery crash that forced the closure of Highway 9 about 300 kilometres east of Calgary.
Border official questioned Meng on alleged business in Iran: court documents

Border official questioned Meng on alleged business in Iran: court documents

VANCOUVER — Court documents released ahead of a Huawei executive's extradition trial suggest a Canadian border official questioned Meng Wanzhou about her business before RCMP arrested her.
'We're going to act:' Military investigating reservist for hate group link

'We're going to act:' Military investigating reservist for hate group link

WINNIPEG — The commander of the Canadian Army says the military will take action if an investigation finds that a reserve member in Manitoba participated in a hate group. Master Cpl.
Alberta oil curtailment rules extended to late 2020 as pipeline delays persist

Alberta oil curtailment rules extended to late 2020 as pipeline delays persist

CALGARY — A program that allows the Alberta government to impose production caps on oil companies is being extended by a year as delays in building new market-opening pipelines persist.
Workers escorted away during Border Services probe at Vancouver horse track

Workers escorted away during Border Services probe at Vancouver horse track

VANCOUVER — Several people were removed form a Vancouver horse racing track this week as part of an investigation by the Canada Border Services Agency.
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