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Newfoundland woman heartbroken after local SPCA puts down three-day-old moose

Newfoundland woman heartbroken after local SPCA puts down three-day-old moose

GANDER, N.L. — A Newfoundland woman who bottle-fed a baby moose after it got lost in the woods without its mother says she's heartbroken after the local SPCA put the animal down.
Trinket hunters blamed for targeting ghost town cemetery in southern B.C.

Trinket hunters blamed for targeting ghost town cemetery in southern B.C.

COALMONT, B.C. — Someone is digging holes in the cemetery of a ghost town in southern British Columbia and a member of the local historical society believes it's the work of misguided treasure hunters.

Winnipeg Transit proposes pilot project to test safety barriers for bus drivers

Winnipeg Transit is proposing a pilot project to test safety barriers for bus drivers following the killing of one of its employees.

Ottawa won't impose national threshold for electric car purchases, says Garneau

MONTREAL — Ottawa has appointed an advisory group to develop a plan for getting more zero-emission vehicles on the road, but it won't follow Quebec in requiring automakers to sell a minimum number of electric cars, Transport Minister Marc Garneau sai

Nova Scotia premier accuses Tories of failing to explain '$500 million hole'

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil has sharpened his political attacks on Progressive Conservative Leader Jamie Baillie with only a few days of campaigning left before Tuesday's provincial election.
G7 leaders agree on counterterrorism, but clash with Trump on climate, trade

G7 leaders agree on counterterrorism, but clash with Trump on climate, trade

TAORMINA, Italy — Donald Trump and his six fellow G7 leaders, who seemed to take up a lot less space next to the larger-than-life U.S.

Partial list of attacks on transit drivers: Assaults often during fare disputes

Winnipeg Transit is proposing a pilot project to test safety barriers for bus drivers following the fatal stabbing of one of its employees last winter.

Rising program expenses propel fed 2016-17 deficit to $21.8B: preliminary estimate

OTTAWA — A $21.7-billion surge in federal program expenses was almost entirely responsible for the government's expected 2016-17 deficit, according to a preliminary analysis of Ottawa's books.

Quebec teen sentenced to six months in plot to kill fellow classmates

ST-HYACINTHE, Que. — A 14-year-old Quebec teen has been sentenced to six months detention for his part in a plot to kill fellow classmates.

Roundup of Nova Scotia campaign news

HALIFAX — (NSElxn-Tories) The widow of a man who died days after languishing in the hallway of a Halifax ER laid blame on the Liberal government Friday for what she says is a crisis in the health care system.