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Provinces have until the end of 2018 to submit carbon price plans: McKenna

Provinces have until the end of 2018 to submit carbon price plans: McKenna

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says a national price on carbon won't be imposed on any province for at least another year.

Bail hearing begins for Jamie Bacon in B.C. Supreme Court

VANCOUVER — A bail hearing began Friday in the Supreme Court of British Columbia for a man accused of counselling the murder of an individual. The Crown has said Jamie Bacon's trial is scheduled to start April 3.
Crash that killed 4 Hydro One workers took place as helicopter prepared to land: TSB

Crash that killed 4 Hydro One workers took place as helicopter prepared to land: TSB

TORONTO — Investigators say a helicopter crash that killed four Hydro One workers in eastern Ontario this week happened as the chopper was approaching to land.

PMO brings in prominent employment law firm to probe allegations against staffer

OTTAWA — The Prime Minister's Office has hired a prominent employment law firm to handle an investigation into allegations against one of its senior staffers.
United Conservative leader's byelection win sets showdown with Alberta premier

United Conservative leader's byelection win sets showdown with Alberta premier

EDMONTON — Political analysts say United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney's byelection victory fires the starting pistol on an unofficial 16-month election campaign that will be defined by the skills and personalities of party leaders.
Labrador mayor who was shot in face in hunting accident has died

Labrador mayor who was shot in face in hunting accident has died

HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — Labrador's largest community is in mourning for mayor John Hickey, who struggled by snowshoe and snowmobile to get help after being shot in the face while hunting alone. He died late Thursday in a St.

Report on university campus sexual violence calls for culture change

HALIFAX — A new report is calling on Nova Scotia's 10 universities to set up additional programs to prevent sexual violence on campus, just weeks after high-profile sexual assault charges were laid at one school.
Prominent Canadians share memories of philanthropists Barry and Honey Sherman

Prominent Canadians share memories of philanthropists Barry and Honey Sherman

Toronto billionaire and philanthropist couple Barry and Honey Sherman were found dead Friday, prompting politicians and prominent Canadians to express condolences and share memories on social media.
Plane that crashed in Saskatchewan left long wreckage path across ground: TSB

Plane that crashed in Saskatchewan left long wreckage path across ground: TSB

FOND DU LAC, Sask. — Investigators say a passenger plane that crashed in northern Saskatchewan left a path of wreckage almost a quarter of a kilometre long through trees and across the ground.
Bombardier, Boeing prepare to make final arguments in bitter trade dispute

Bombardier, Boeing prepare to make final arguments in bitter trade dispute

OTTAWA — The bitter dispute between Bombardier and Boeing will enter a critical phase next week, when the two aerospace rivals appear before an all-important trade tribunal whose ruling will ultimately decide the fight. The U.S.