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Six men face charges after RCMP foil alleged Cape Breton cocaine conspiracy

DARTMOUTH, N.S. — Nova Scotia RCMP say a drug trafficking investigation that began in Cape Breton has uncovered a conspiracy to import more than one tonne of cocaine into Canada from Colombia.

Canada's rural physicians offer proposals for equal access to high quality care

OTTAWA — The Society of Rural Physicians of Canada and the College of Family Physicians of Canada have launched a strategy aimed at improving rural health in Canada.

Accused N.S. doctor gets go-ahead to resume practice — with a chaperone

NEW GLASGOW, N.S. — A Nova Scotia physician charged with voyeurism after medical clinic staff were surreptitiously filmed in the washroom has approval to practice again. Dr.
Politicians must respond properly to populist sentiment: Manning

Politicians must respond properly to populist sentiment: Manning

OTTAWA — Preston Manning. Doug Ford. The architect of the campaign that saw Britain vote to leave the EU.
Ottawa's northern rep Simon proposes indigenous protected areas' for Arctic

Ottawa's northern rep Simon proposes indigenous protected areas' for Arctic

Arctic environments should be conserved through a network of indigenous protected areas that would give Inuit more control over their land, says an interim report from a high-profile northerner.
Auto parts giant Magna raises concerns about protectionist trade measures

Auto parts giant Magna raises concerns about protectionist trade measures

AURORA, Ont. — Canadian auto parts giant Magna International Inc. cited the rise of protectionist trade measures in the Trump era as a key risk to the auto industry as it reported its latest quarterly results.

N.B. judge overturns conviction of grandfather accused of sexual interference

FREDERICTON — A man who was shunned by his community and reviled by family when he was wrongly branded a sex offender has been acquitted of sexually assaulting his step-granddaughter after the girl admitted she was forced to make up the story by her

Winnipeg police look for suspect after substance found on teen girl's sweater

WINNIPEG — Police in Winnipeg are looking for a man who sprayed or deposited what they say may have been a bodily fluid on a teenage girl's clothing. The girl and some friends were shopping at the St.
Attawapiskat First Nation school to reopen after flood

Attawapiskat First Nation school to reopen after flood

A brand new elementary school shuttered by flooding in a troubled indigenous community in Ontario will be reopening for business next week.

Whistler Blackcomb inks long-term agreement renewals with B.C., First Nations

WHISTLER, B.C. — The Colorado-based company that owns the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in British Columbia has announced a 60-year renewal of the resort's master development agreements with the B.C. government. Vail Resorts, Inc.