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Mounties arrest two passengers after international flight diverted to Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — RCMP say two passengers face charges after a plane travelling to Los Cabos, Mexico, from London was diverted to Winnipeg.
Bill to reform broadcast and telecom rules coming soon: Guilbeault

Bill to reform broadcast and telecom rules coming soon: Guilbeault

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault is hinting that changes to Canada's broadcasting and telecom rules could include making online streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon pay sales taxes and requiring them to invest in Canadian programming.
Quebec to expand deposit system to cover all drink containers by 2022

Quebec to expand deposit system to cover all drink containers by 2022

MONTREAL — Quebec will expand its deposit system to include different kinds of alcohol and beverage containers in an effort to recycle more products and reduce the amount of waste going to landfills.
Worried Ontario father wants young daughter out of virus zone

Worried Ontario father wants young daughter out of virus zone

An Ontario father says he missed his 15-month-old daughter's first steps because she is stuck in the Chinese city at the centre of a new coronavirus outbreak.
Plastic ban coming in 2021 after report concludes there is evidence of harm

Plastic ban coming in 2021 after report concludes there is evidence of harm

OTTAWA — A national ban on many single-use plastics is on track for next year after a government report concluded Thursday that there is more than enough evidence proving plastic pollution is harmful.
Bureaucratic hurdles hampered federal flood-prevention program: audit

Bureaucratic hurdles hampered federal flood-prevention program: audit

OTTAWA — The federal government had trouble spending half of the $184 million earmarked over the last few years to prevent flood damage in Canadian communities, an internal evaluation has found.
Liberals face prickly decision over fate of controversial Challenge jets

Liberals face prickly decision over fate of controversial Challenge jets

OTTAWA — Outdated technology on two of the federal government's four Challenger jets means the executive aircraft will no longer be allowed to fly in many countries — or even in Canada — within a few years.
B.C. real estate portal goes national

B.C. real estate portal goes national

Company's listings will now cover major Canadian cities across the country
Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Two French minesweepers built in Thunder Bay disappeared 99 years ago
Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Don't panic, but they are worried there might not be enough