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Government will move forward with process to put Ukraine on weapons export list: Trudeau

Government will move forward with process to put Ukraine on weapons export list: Trudeau

TORONTO — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Canadian government will place Ukraine on a list of countries to which it will permit certain weapons exports.

B.C. court halts extradition of pair on way to India to face murder charges

VANCOUVER — A defence lawyer says the extradition of two British Columbia residents to India to face murder charges was challenged in court because the federal justice minister's decision to surrender the pair failed to consider new information.

Damage from hurricane Maria complicating rescue efforts in Dominica: Alghabra

OTTAWA — The devastation wrought by hurricane Maria is hampering plans to evacuate more than 150 Canadian students from the storm-ravaged Caribbean island of Dominica.

Prof launches petition to change Clan team name at Simon Fraser University

VANCOUVER — For more than 50 years, Simon Fraser University's sports teams have played under the name The Clan, to honour the Scottish heritage of the school's namesake.

National Post newsroom workers filing for union certification, vote to come

TORONTO — CWA Canada says a majority of staff in the National Post's newsrooms in Toronto and Ottawa have signed cards to support forming a union.

Quebec renews Uber's operating permit for another year; tightens rules

MONTREAL — Ride-hailing company Uber will be allowed to operate legally for another year in Quebec under more strict rules, Transport Minister Laurent Lessard said.
Provinces challenge Trudeau government over contentious tax proposals

Provinces challenge Trudeau government over contentious tax proposals

OTTAWA — Provincial pressure is intensifying against the Trudeau government's controversial tax-reform proposals, which have angered business owners, doctors and farmers across Canada.
Woman struggling with husband's Parkinson's asks premier: 'Find me a doctor'

Woman struggling with husband's Parkinson's asks premier: 'Find me a doctor'

HALIFAX — As her ailing husband looked on Friday, Theresa Zukauskas combatively sliced the air with her hand and made a blunt request of Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil. "Find me a doctor," she said.

Ontario police transfer Amber Alert suspect into Quebec police custody

MONTREAL — Ontario provincial police say they transferred the suspect at the centre of last week's Amber Alert case into the custody of Quebec authorities.
Save NAFTA's Chapter 19, says Mulroney: 'We had quite a fight in 1987 to get it'

Save NAFTA's Chapter 19, says Mulroney: 'We had quite a fight in 1987 to get it'

TORONTO — Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney says it's worth saving a key NAFTA dispute-settlement mechanism that he fought hard to include in the original bilateral free-trade deal, as the U.S. now calls for its elimination.