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'Sorry not sorry,' Wynne says in final televised Ontario election debate

'Sorry not sorry,' Wynne says in final televised Ontario election debate

TORONTO — Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne began the third and final televised debate of the provincial election campaign with a hashtag-worthy phrase: "Sorry not sorry.
'Free yourself' of Liberals, Coalition Avenir Quebec leader tells anglos

'Free yourself' of Liberals, Coalition Avenir Quebec leader tells anglos

LEVIS, Que. — The leader of the Coalition Avenir Quebec urged English-speaking Quebecers on Sunday to liberate themselves from Premier Philippe Couillard's Liberals in October's provincial election.

Crews cleaning up oil spill at Kinder Morgan station north of Kamloops, B.C.

DARFIELD, B.C. — Crews using an emergency response trailer and vacuum trucks are working to clean up a crude oil spill at a Kinder Morgan station north of Kamloops, B.C.
Indigenous chiefs, activists attend Kinder Morgan protest in Montreal

Indigenous chiefs, activists attend Kinder Morgan protest in Montreal

MONTREAL — Three prominent Quebec-area Indigenous chiefs were among the hundreds of people who gathered in Montreal on Sunday to protest the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.
'It's ridiculous:' Vancouver files claim over 2015 fuel spill in English Bay

'It's ridiculous:' Vancouver files claim over 2015 fuel spill in English Bay

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson says the city has filed a federal court claim against the owner of a vessel that spilled fuel into English Bay in 2015, as part of the city's continuing effort to get compensation for its response efforts.
Bernier to Caesar-Chavannes: 'You think the world revolves around your skin colour'

Bernier to Caesar-Chavannes: 'You think the world revolves around your skin colour'

OTTAWA — Conservative MP Maxime Bernier has reproached a fellow MP for being too focused on the colour of her skin.
Michaelle Jean could face tough battle in bid for Francophonie re-election

Michaelle Jean could face tough battle in bid for Francophonie re-election

MONTREAL — Praise flowed in from politicians of all stripes when former governor general Michaelle Jean was named the first woman leader of la Francophonie four years ago, but her support appears less unanimous as she prepares to seek another term.
One year of Scheer: Conservatives mark first anniversary with new leader

One year of Scheer: Conservatives mark first anniversary with new leader

OTTAWA — There is money in the bank. Voters in the hopper. And from many angles, a spring in the step of many Conservatives these days.
Hip-replacement technique gets patients back on their feet sooner

Hip-replacement technique gets patients back on their feet sooner

TORONTO — Tim Heenan was in his teens when he injured his left hip in a four-metre fall while goofing around with some buddies. When his school hockey coach saw him favouring his leg before practice soon after, he said: "Just wait until you're older.
'There are cougars around:' Attack a stark reminder for Alberta family

'There are cougars around:' Attack a stark reminder for Alberta family

EDMONTON — When Laura Frost first read about a person being killed by a cougar recently in Washington state, she was immediately reminded that the big cats can be anywhere.