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Manitoba MLAs accused of harassment should be subject to suspension: Liberals

Manitoba MLAs accused of harassment should be subject to suspension: Liberals

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's Liberal Leader says politicians accused of sexual harassment or other inappropriate comments should face possible suspension from the legislature.
Plane crash-lands in Newfoundland with 51 people aboard, no injuries reported

Plane crash-lands in Newfoundland with 51 people aboard, no injuries reported

STEPHENVILLE, N.L. — A man onboard a plane that made an emergency landing at an airport in western Newfoundland Thursday says passengers became nervous after they were asked to brace themselves in a crash position.
Canada Post must deal with 'injury crisis' to end walkouts, says union

Canada Post must deal with 'injury crisis' to end walkouts, says union

OTTAWA — Canada Post's latest contract offers to its workers contain positives but not enough to put an end to rotating walkouts, the head of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers said Thursday.
Canada resisting UN request to extend Mali mission: Sources

Canada resisting UN request to extend Mali mission: Sources

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is resisting a United Nations request to extend Canada's peacekeeping mission in Mali so medical evacuations can continue while replacements for Canada's personnel arrive, according to multiple sources.
Gallant names new mission after stepping down: repair N.B.'s linguistic divide

Gallant names new mission after stepping down: repair N.B.'s linguistic divide

FREDERICTON — Former premier Brian Gallant announced plans to resign as New Brunswick Liberal leader Thursday, as well as a new mission: to tour Canada's only officially bilingual province in a bid to repair the linguistic divide.
Unhappy with Happy Meals, father allowed to bring class action against McDonald's

Unhappy with Happy Meals, father allowed to bring class action against McDonald's

MONTREAL — A class action lawsuit against McDonald's Canada arguing that Happy Meals and their accompanying toys illegally advertise to children can go ahead, a judge has ruled.
Canada might follow U.S. lead in sanctioning Saudis in Khashoggi case: Freeland

Canada might follow U.S. lead in sanctioning Saudis in Khashoggi case: Freeland

PORT COLBORNE, Ont. — Canada might follow a U.S. decision to put personal sanctions on Saudi Arabian officials allegedly involved in killing journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey last month, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says.
International intrigue: two defence and security conferences open in Halifax

International intrigue: two defence and security conferences open in Halifax

HALIFAX — Hundreds of defence and security experts from around the world are expected to gather in Halifax this weekend to discuss everything from espionage and terrorism to Russian meddling and North Korea's threat to world order.

Woman ticketed for not holding escalator handrail to be heard by Supreme Court

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada agreed Thursday to hear the case of a woman who was ticketed and arrested after she refused instructions to hold onto an escalator handrail.
Ontario government rejects federal tax changes on passive investment income

Ontario government rejects federal tax changes on passive investment income

OTTAWA — The Ontario government is refusing to follow the federal Liberals' lead with a controversial tax change related to passive investment income in personal corporations.