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Liberals dig up video of Scheer speaking against same-sex marriage

Liberals dig up video of Scheer speaking against same-sex marriage

OTTAWA — Liberals went trolling Thursday for young, progressive-minded voters with 14-year-old video footage of Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer speaking out against same-sex marriage — a tactic that prompted Jagmeet Singh to vow that New Democrats
Sockeye returns plunge in B.C., official calls 2019 'extremely challenging'

Sockeye returns plunge in B.C., official calls 2019 'extremely challenging'

VANCOUVER — Federal fisheries experts are painting a devastating picture of the challenges facing Pacific salmon and point to climate change as the main culprit.
B.C. father charged with murder says he was attacked, daughters killed

B.C. father charged with murder says he was attacked, daughters killed

VANCOUVER — A Vancouver Island man accused of killing his two young daughters says he was stabbed in the throat by an unidentified assailant in his apartment and, when he came to, his two girls were dead.
Court of Appeal reduces sentence handed down to ski coach Bertrand Charest

Court of Appeal reduces sentence handed down to ski coach Bertrand Charest

MONTREAL — Former national ski coach Bertrand Charest has seen his sentence for sexually abusing young female skiers under his care reduced by 21 months on appeal.

Edmonton judge says man criminally responsible for murdering ex-girlfriend

EDMONTON — A judge has ruled an Edmonton man is criminally responsible for killing and mutilating his ex-girlfriend. Court heard that Silva Koshwal stabbed Nadine Skow 101 times in her downtown apartment in 2015.
Parents of Jack Letts say Scheer is 'passing the buck' on their son's fate

Parents of Jack Letts say Scheer is 'passing the buck' on their son's fate

OTTAWA — The parents of Jack Letts, a British-Canadian man imprisoned in northern Syria, are chastising Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer for saying he wouldn't lift a finger to help their son.
U.S. secretary of state takes aim at China over diplomatic feud with Canada

U.S. secretary of state takes aim at China over diplomatic feud with Canada

OTTAWA — U.S.
Quebec's largest school board to respect province's secularism bill

Quebec's largest school board to respect province's secularism bill

QUEBEC — Job postings at Quebec's largest school board have begun including the requirement that new teachers not wear religious symbols or face coverings on the job, in accordance with the province's new secularism law.

Quebec family sues provincial police over probe they say ruined their lives

MONTREAL — A Quebec man and his family who say their lives were ruined by the provincial police's attempts to link him to the high-profile disappearance of a nine-year-old girl is suing the force and the province for $10.5 million.
Your Ward News editor gets the maximum one year jail for hate promotion

Your Ward News editor gets the maximum one year jail for hate promotion

TORONTO — The editor of a Toronto-based publication was handed the maximum one-year jail sentence on Thursday for promoting hatred against women and Jews.
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