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Trudeau talking trade but thinking politics on state visit to India next month

Trudeau talking trade but thinking politics on state visit to India next month

OTTAWA — Trade might be on the agenda but politics won't be far from his mind when Justin Trudeau makes his first trip to India as prime minister next month. Trudeau is scheduled to be in India Feb.

Negotiator in Indigenous cases to be Saskatchewan's new lieutenant-governor

REGINA — A lawyer who was Ottawa's chief negotiator in talks that led to the creation of Nunavut has been named Saskatchewan's new lieutenant-governor.
The Monday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

The Monday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

Highlights from the news file for Monday, Jan.
Snow storm left dozens stranded at Vancouver Island ski resort

Snow storm left dozens stranded at Vancouver Island ski resort

COURTENAY, B.C. — Chairlift operations resumed Monday on Vancouver Island's Mount Washington after a weekend snowstorm left dozens stranded.
Boeing skips key government information session for fighter-jet companies

Boeing skips key government information session for fighter-jet companies

OTTAWA — Boeing says it has not decided whether to submit its Super Hornet fighter jet as a potential replacement for Canada's aging CF-18s, and is instead waiting to see how the federal government will run the multi-billion-dollar competition.
Four days of events planned to commemorate first anniversary of mosque shooting

Four days of events planned to commemorate first anniversary of mosque shooting

QUEBEC — The one-year anniversary of the Quebec City mosque shooting will be commemorated over a period of four days beginning Friday. It was on Jan.
Quebec judge rejects Jordan motion to end trial of ex-Amaya CEO and others

Quebec judge rejects Jordan motion to end trial of ex-Amaya CEO and others

MONTREAL — An insider trading trial against former Amaya CEO David Baazov and his co-accused is set to get underway in the coming weeks after a Quebec judge rejected a defence motion to stay the process over unreasonable delays.
'I did not kill my family:' Men who murdered Alberta family speak at sentencing

'I did not kill my family:' Men who murdered Alberta family speak at sentencing

RED DEER, Alta. — An Alberta man convicted along with a friend of killing his mother, father and sister denied he was a killer Monday, but expressed remorse for the "little involvement" he had in their deaths.
Ex-train engineer Tom Harding apologizes for his role in Lac-Megantic derailment

Ex-train engineer Tom Harding apologizes for his role in Lac-Megantic derailment

MONTREAL — The former train engineer recently acquitted of criminal negligence in the Lac-Megantic railway disaster apologized Monday in a rare public statement since the 2013 tragedy that claimed the lives of dozens in the small Quebec town.

A deeper look into new research on factors that drive 'northern populism'

OTTAWA — Across the world, citizens who have felt sideswiped by technological, cultural and economic progress have sought to regain some measure of control by seeking to upend the political status quo in their home countries.