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A look at 16 new recommendations for Ottawa on the Trans Mountain pipeline

A look at 16 new recommendations for Ottawa on the Trans Mountain pipeline

The National Energy Board has endorsed an expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. If approved by Ottawa, the regulator says it will impose 156 conditions on the project. It has also made 16 new recommendations for the federal government. 1.
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's lawyers push for emails from Trudeau, senior staff

Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's lawyers push for emails from Trudeau, senior staff

OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's legal team is pushing for access to emails and other communications from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and senior members of his staff as the clock ticks down to the next phase of the high-profile case.
'More than rage': How a Haitian-Canadian's message helped fuel an uprising

'More than rage': How a Haitian-Canadian's message helped fuel an uprising

MONTREAL — In a photo posted to Twitter last summer, Gilbert Mirambeau Jr.

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.
In the news today, Feb. 22

In the news today, Feb. 22

Four stories in the news for Friday, Feb.
B.C. committee approves misconduct probe of top legislature officials

B.C. committee approves misconduct probe of top legislature officials

VICTORIA — Two suspended officials at British Columbia's legislature now face an independent misconduct review as well as an ongoing RCMP investigation.
Missing snowshoer found dead in avalanche debris on Vancouver's North Shore

Missing snowshoer found dead in avalanche debris on Vancouver's North Shore

VANCOUVER — Searchers discovered the body of a missing snowshoer in avalanche debris on Vancouver's North Shore on Wednesday, two days after he was swept away.
Stabbed B.C. cop who tackled knife-wielding man called hero by police chief

Stabbed B.C. cop who tackled knife-wielding man called hero by police chief

DELTA, B.C. — An off-duty British Columbia police officer who was stabbed several times in the stomach while picking up his children outside an elementary school is being called a hero by his police chief.
Boy isolated 400 days: Manitoba urged to end long solitary confinement for youth

Boy isolated 400 days: Manitoba urged to end long solitary confinement for youth

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's children's advocate is urging the province to stop lengthy solitary confinement of youth in custody after a review that found one boy was isolated for 400 straight days in a cell no bigger than a parking stall.
Wilson-Raybould wasn't pressured, is free to talk, top bureaucrat says

Wilson-Raybould wasn't pressured, is free to talk, top bureaucrat says

OTTAWA — Canada's top bureaucrat launched a vigorous defence Thursday of the government's handling of the criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin, bluntly declaring allegations of political interference to be false and even defamatory.