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Three instances when SNC-case was discussed with Wilson-Raybould, clerk says

OTTAWA — Michael Wernick, clerk of the Privy Council, appeared at the House of Commons justice committee Thursday, to answer questions about his knowledge on the SNC-Lavalin affair and whether former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould was pressure
B.C. looking into vaccination registry due to measles outbreak: health minister

B.C. looking into vaccination registry due to measles outbreak: health minister

TORONTO — The B.C. government is considering a mandatory vaccination registration program similar to that in Ontario in the wake of an outbreak of measles in Vancouver, Health Minister Adrian Dix said Thursday.

U.S. tariffs on steel, aluminum could be gone in weeks, ambassador says

WASHINGTON — A long-awaited end to Canada's steel-and-aluminum tariff nightmare could be just weeks away, says Ottawa's ambassador to the United States — but David MacNaughton is playing coy about the source of his newfound optimism.

Globally important fossil discovered in Prince Edward Island footprints

CAVENDISH, P.E.I. — Fossilized footprints discovered on Prince Edward Island last year have been matched with a prehistoric predator, giving the site newfound global significance.
Some disabled veterans to get  less cash under Liberal plan: budget watchdog

Some disabled veterans to get less cash under Liberal plan: budget watchdog

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government faced fresh fire over its treatment of disabled veterans on Thursday after a new analysis by Parliament's budgetary watchdog found an incoming system of benefits will shortchange some of the most severely injured forme
Jurors deliberate in case of Montreal man charged with killing ailing wife

Jurors deliberate in case of Montreal man charged with killing ailing wife

MONTREAL — Jurors have completed a first full day of deliberations at the murder trial of Michel Cadotte without reaching a verdict.
Canadian shares story of abuse with church officials ahead of Vatican summit

Canadian shares story of abuse with church officials ahead of Vatican summit

One by one, a dozen survivors shared their shattering tales of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic clergy with high-ranking church officials gathered to listen to the stories they'd declined to hear for years.
Top Trudeau adviser Telford targeted in ex-Israel envoy's lawsuit

Top Trudeau adviser Telford targeted in ex-Israel envoy's lawsuit

OTTAWA — One week after losing his right-hand man Gerald Butts, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's top political aide — chief of staff Katie Telford — faces allegations she intentionally inflicted mental suffering on an ex-ambassador.

Feds promise $10 million for housing for benighted Cat Lake First Nation

The Canadian government is promising more than $10 million to build new homes, repair others, and put portables in place for a remote Indigenous community in northern Ontario where substandard mould-infested housing has sparked a health crisis, accor
Prime minister decries profiling incident on Hill as 'anti-black racism'

Prime minister decries profiling incident on Hill as 'anti-black racism'

HALIFAX — Justin Trudeau told an audience of African Nova Scotians on Thursday that an incident of apparent racial profiling on Parliament Hill shows that racism, unconscious bias and systemic discrimination still can emerge anywhere in Canada.