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New Canadians shoot, score full citizenship prior to junior hockey game

SASKATOON — Several people in Saskatchewan have officially dropped the puck on their new lives as Canadian citizens.
Trudeau cabinet retreat to confront the reality of Trump's presidency

Trudeau cabinet retreat to confront the reality of Trump's presidency

CALGARY — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his federal Liberal government will confront the reality of Donald Trump in the White House as his cabinet members gathered Sunday for a three-day retreat that is to include discussions with an adviser to t
Ontario premier writes open letter criticizing Kevin O'Leary's policies, comments

Ontario premier writes open letter criticizing Kevin O'Leary's policies, comments

Ontario's Liberal premier has written an open letter to newly announced candidate for Conservative leadership Kevin O'Leary criticizing his proposed policies and comments he made about Ontario's auto sector.

Three stories in the news today, Jan. 23

Three stories in the news for Monday, Jan. 23 ——— TRUDEAU CABINET TO MEET WITH KEY MEMBER OF TEAM TRUMP: The new man in the White House will be top of mind as Justin Trudeau and his cabinet huddle in Calgary for the next three days.

Norovirus may have left more than 200 college students sick

Toronto Public Health says norovirus may be the cause of an outbreak that has affected more than 200 students at a city college, but the agency is waiting for laboratory confirmation. Dr.
Angus moves into second phase of possible NDP leadership campaign

Angus moves into second phase of possible NDP leadership campaign

OTTAWA — Veteran Ontario New Democrat MP Charlie Angus says he has moved into the second phase of his possible campaign to lead his party.

Toronto health officials say about 200 affected by illness at Humber College

Toronto Public Health says the number of people who have fallen ill by a mysterious outbreak at a Toronto college has risen to about 200. Health officials say Sunday that they are investigating what is causing the outbreak at Humber College.
PM and premier issue statements on anniversary of Sask school shooting

PM and premier issue statements on anniversary of Sask school shooting

LA LOCHE, Sask. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is remembering the anniversary of the deadly La Loche, Sask., school shooting, saying the tiny community has inspired the whole country.
Family of irked boy at N.B. town hall to name baby after Trudeau

Family of irked boy at N.B. town hall to name baby after Trudeau

FREDERICTON — A photo of a boy looking exasperated while sitting behind the prime minister has been making the rounds on social media, even giving Justin Trudeau a laugh, but the boy's family wants to set the record straight about the circumstances.
Trump looms large as Canada, allies finalize plans for NATO mission to Latvia

Trump looms large as Canada, allies finalize plans for NATO mission to Latvia

OTTAWA — President Donald Trump will loom large when representatives from several NATO countries gather here this week to finalize plans for deployment of a Canadian-led battle group to Latvia starting in the spring.