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Ship brings propane to Churchill, will leave with stranded Via Rail train

CHURCHILL, Man. — A ship has arrived in Manitoba's northern port of Churchill, bringing fuel to heat the town through the winter and also carrying away a train that's been stranded there since the rail line to the community washed out in the spring.
Halifax neighbourhood overrun by homecoming parties, leads to 22 arrests

Halifax neighbourhood overrun by homecoming parties, leads to 22 arrests

HALIFAX — Nearly two dozen partygoers were arrested after a series of off-campus celebrations for Dalhousie University's homecoming weekend overran a Halifax neighbourhood.

Plane suffered minor damage after hitting drone near Quebec City: Garneau

QUEBEC — A collision between a commercial aircraft and a drone near Quebec City's airport last week highlights the potential danger posed by unmanned aerial vehicles, authorities and aircraft experts said Sunday.

As U.S. shocks with NAFTA demands, other countries asking: What does Trump want?

ARLINGTON, United States — The chief U.S. negotiator shrugged his shoulders when asked about signs of trouble in the NAFTA talks on Sunday. John Melle pulled open a door, entered a work room, and offered a one-word reply about how it's going.

Demonstrators gather at Ontario legislature to protest racism

TORONTO — Hundreds of people gathered at the Ontario legislature Sunday for a rally to protest racism. The demonstrators braved heavy rains to speak out against white supremacy and the far right. After hearing speeches the protesters held a march.

New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant ties the knot at fall wedding

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — Canada's youngest premier is officially off the market after tying the knot. Premier Brian Gallant, who is in his mid-30s, got married in St. Andrews, N.B. on Friday evening.

Charges laid against woman alleged to have done plastic surgery without licence

TORONTO — A woman who Toronto police say was an unlicensed plastic surgeon is facing charges of aggravated assault after a woman required corrective surgery after a procedure.
Telus apologizes after 'years-old' ad causes brief Twitter controversy

Telus apologizes after 'years-old' ad causes brief Twitter controversy

CALGARY — Telus is apologizing after what the company says was a five-year-old ad caused a brief stir on social media on Saturday. The ad's text read that not having the most HD sports channels is like not standing for the national anthem.
NDP calls for emergency debate in the Commons on Sears liquidation

NDP calls for emergency debate in the Commons on Sears liquidation

OTTAWA — The NDP is urging the Speaker of the House of Commons to allow an emergency debate on the fate of current and former employees of Sears Canada on Monday.
Legislation to improve accessibility for those with disabilities planned for spring

Legislation to improve accessibility for those with disabilities planned for spring

TORONTO — The federal minister responsible for crafting Canada's first national accessibility legislation says the law should be ready by next spring and should benefit not only people with disabilities, but their caregivers.