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Saskatchewan family reunited with dog that went missing in July 2017

Saskatchewan family reunited with dog that went missing in July 2017

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A family in Moose Jaw, Sask., is overjoyed now that their pet dog is home after going missing more than a year ago almost 500 kilometres away.
Ontario won't push through new council-cutting bill if granted stay, court hears

Ontario won't push through new council-cutting bill if granted stay, court hears

TORONTO — The next twist in the convoluted battle over the Ontario government's plan to cut the size of Toronto city council is expected Wednesday.

Fuel from derailed locomotive in Manitoba leaks into river, clean-up underway

WINNIPEG — A train that derailed in northern Manitoba on Saturday that killed a railway worker is leaking diesel fuel into the Metishto River. Manitoba Sustainable Development says the fuel is from one of the locomotives.
New bridge collapses into river in rural Saskatchewan hours after opening

New bridge collapses into river in rural Saskatchewan hours after opening

HYAS, Sask. — A rural politician in eastern Saskatchewan says he's at a loss to explain why a newly built bridge collapsed just hours after opening.
Damage control needed on Alberta Opposition leader's India trip: trade minister

Damage control needed on Alberta Opposition leader's India trip: trade minister

EDMONTON — The Alberta government says it will be doing "damage control" after Opposition leader Jason Kenney's visit to India.
Doug Ford stresses need to protect Ontario farming jobs in NAFTA deal

Doug Ford stresses need to protect Ontario farming jobs in NAFTA deal

PAIN COURT , Ont. — Ontario Premier Doug Ford vowed to stand up for the province's farmers during a briefing on NAFTA talks in Washington this week, saying Tuesday that any version of the trade pact had to protect the agricultural sector.
Most Canadians concerned about young people using e-cigarettes, survey finds

Most Canadians concerned about young people using e-cigarettes, survey finds

TORONTO — The majority of Canadians are concerned about the use of e-cigarettes among youth, with almost 90 per cent backing a ban of the vaping products for those under 18, a national survey suggests.

Mother of baby who died at Vancouver daycare claims negligence

VANCOUVER — The mother of a baby who died at a Vancouver daycare describes the details of what she experienced that day in a lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court.
Federal stats show slight increase in irregular migrant claims in August

Federal stats show slight increase in irregular migrant claims in August

OTTAWA — The number of irregular border crossers seeking asylum in Canada increased slightly in August, but were far below the record spikes seen last summer.

Seek compromise with U.S. on cannabis at border, lawyers urge Ottawa

WASHINGTON — Canadians involved in the legal cannabis industry are facing deep potholes on the road to entering the United States — and immigration lawyers say the federal government needs to help them navigate a way through. The U.S.