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'The piano has a story': Musical relic with scars from Halifax Explosion on sale

'The piano has a story': Musical relic with scars from Halifax Explosion on sale

HALIFAX — A musical relic that survived one of Halifax's darkest days with only minor scars is going up for sale.

Accused in Montreal terror trial won't present a defence; final arguments Dec. 4

MONTREAL — Lawyers for two young Montrealers have told a jury they won't mount a defence at their trial on terror-related charges.
Decision on Haitians' status in the U.S. has Canada on alert for asylum seekers

Decision on Haitians' status in the U.S. has Canada on alert for asylum seekers

OTTAWA — A decision by the Trump administration to end a temporary residency permit program that has allowed almost 60,000 Haitians to live and work in the United States has the Canadian government on alert for a potential new surge of asylum seekers
U.S. negotiators squeezed at home, abroad during NAFTA talks

U.S. negotiators squeezed at home, abroad during NAFTA talks

MEXICO CITY — The United States negotiating team found itself squeezed at home and abroad during NAFTA talks on Monday, with various actors from Canada, Mexico and within the U.S.
Opponents seek to prolong conflict of interest allegations directed at Morneau

Opponents seek to prolong conflict of interest allegations directed at Morneau

OTTAWA — Opposition parties took turns criticizing Bill Morneau on Monday as they tried to drag out a stinging ethics controversy that has swarmed the finance minister for weeks.
Consumers with shared wireless accounts advised to watch out for overage fees

Consumers with shared wireless accounts advised to watch out for overage fees

TORONTO — Consumers are being advised to vigilantly check their wireless data consumption and roaming fees, as it looks increasingly unlikely that Canadian telecoms will implement notification methods required under a new wireless code by the Decembe
LGBTQ advocates want military, RCMP, public service to take part in apology

LGBTQ advocates want military, RCMP, public service to take part in apology

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should not be the only one to say sorry for state-sanctioned discrimination against LGBTQ people, say advocates who have long demanded the federal government apologize for years of persecution.

Police: Body of Quebec man missing in northern California found

ARCATA, Calif. — The body of a young man from Sherbrooke, Que., who had been missing for two weeks in northern California, has been found.

Quebec man sentenced to life in stabbing of grocery clerk appealing verdict

MONTREAL — Randy Tshilumba, the Quebec man convicted in October of brutally stabbing a young woman to death in a busy Montreal grocery store, is appealing the verdict.

Mother of slain children lives in fear over father's possible escorted outings

COQUITLAM, B.C. — The mother of three children who were killed by their father says she lives in constant worry for her safety following a board's decision over escorted outings for Allan Schoenborn.