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More voters believe Canada doing worse under Trudeau government: poll for CP

More voters believe Canada doing worse under Trudeau government: poll for CP

OTTAWA — A new online poll conducted by Leger for The Canadian Press suggests the Trudeau Liberals haven't convinced Canadians the country is doing better under their stewardship.
NDP loses two more incumbents as Quebec MPs say they won't run for re-election

NDP loses two more incumbents as Quebec MPs say they won't run for re-election

OTTAWA — Two Quebec MPs added their names to a growing list of NDP caucus members who will not be seeking re-election later this year.
Sell regulated heroin to drug users to reduce overdose deaths: B.C. group

Sell regulated heroin to drug users to reduce overdose deaths: B.C. group

VANCOUVER — The BC Centre on Substance Use is proposing a policy to sell legally regulated heroin as part of an urgent response to reduce opioid overdose deaths from a toxic drug supply that is profiting organized crime groups.
MP urges RCMP to investigate allegations of forced, coerced sterilizations

MP urges RCMP to investigate allegations of forced, coerced sterilizations

OTTAWA — The RCMP should immediately launch an investigation into all allegations of forced and coerced sterilizations in Canada, says NDP health critic Don Davies.
Tony Clement returns to Parliament from 'dark valley' following sexting scandal

Tony Clement returns to Parliament from 'dark valley' following sexting scandal

OTTAWA — MP Tony Clement is breaking his social media silence for the first time since a sexting scandal forced him to out of the Conservative Party.
Baby boom for endangered right whales offer researchers a glimmer of hope

Baby boom for endangered right whales offer researchers a glimmer of hope

After years of increasingly bad news, there's a glimmer of hope for the beleaguered North Atlantic right whale.
In the news today, Feb. 21

In the news today, Feb. 21

Four stories in the news for Thursday, Feb.

New study finds the developmentally disabled are vulnerable in Ontario

TORONTO — People with developmental disabilities are more likely than the non-disabled to encounter problems with Ontario's health-care system regardless of age, sex or class, a new study suggests.
'A little baloney' in PM's claim about solicitor-client privilege on SNC-Lavalin

'A little baloney' in PM's claim about solicitor-client privilege on SNC-Lavalin

OTTAWA — "In the matter of solicitor-client privilege, the member opposite must know that there are real dangers of unintended consequences, particularly on the two court cases currently wending their way through the courts.
Man accused of killing 11-year-old daughter dies in hospital, police say

Man accused of killing 11-year-old daughter dies in hospital, police say

TORONTO — A man accused of killing his daughter on her 11th birthday died in hospital on Wednesday evening, police said, noting that their investigation into the girl's death is not over.