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Liberal Party moves Trudeau fundraiser from military base

Liberal Party moves Trudeau fundraiser from military base

OTTAWA — The federal Liberal Party has moved a fundraising event featuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that was originally booked on a Canadian Forces base — and might have violated military rules. The fundraiser is scheduled for Dec.
Cdn environment groups tell world Canada not slowing emissions from oil and gas

Cdn environment groups tell world Canada not slowing emissions from oil and gas

OTTAWA — Canada is living in a fantasy if the government thinks it can meet its greenhouse-gas promises without reducing how much oil and gas the country produces, environment groups told the world at a global conference on climate change Monday.

Black residents more likely to die during interactions with Toronto cops: report

TORONTO — Black people living in Toronto are far more likely to be injured or killed in interactions with city police, Ontario's Human Rights Commission said Monday as it called on the force to deal with what it described as a serious problem.
National security 'comes first' in Huawei 5G review: infrastructure minister

National security 'comes first' in Huawei 5G review: infrastructure minister

OTTAWA — National security "comes first" in deciding whether to allow Huawei Technologies to take part in developing Canada's 5G telecommunications network, Infrastructure Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says.

'We're going to have a deal very soon': Staff briefed on possible ServiCom buyer

SYDNEY, N.S.
'It is fair to say there are some worries.': Singh prepares for challenging 2019

'It is fair to say there are some worries.': Singh prepares for challenging 2019

OTTAWA — After a year as leader of the NDP, Jagmeet Singh is facing his biggest political fight: trying to secure a seat in Parliament amid anemic fundraising, polls that show his party stuck in third place, and a growing list of veteran members of P
Military turns page on oft-criticized support unit for ill, injured troops

Military turns page on oft-criticized support unit for ill, injured troops

OTTAWA — The Canadian military is turning the page on its oft-criticized unit for ill and injured troops, including those struggling with psychological trauma, as it promises to better care for personnel as they leave the Forces.
Canada's Donna Strickland, UWaterloo prof, collects Nobel Prize for Physics

Canada's Donna Strickland, UWaterloo prof, collects Nobel Prize for Physics

A Canadian scientist who became one of just three women to win the Nobel Prize for Physics received her award at a formal ceremony in Sweden on Monday as supporters at her Ontario university cheered her on from halfway across the world.
Omar Khadr to ask for Canadian passport to travel, permission to speak to sister

Omar Khadr to ask for Canadian passport to travel, permission to speak to sister

EDMONTON — Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr wants to be granted a Canadian passport to travel to Saudi Arabia and permission to speak to his controversial sister.
Earth inspires 'never-ending sense of awe' in astronaut Saint-Jacques

Earth inspires 'never-ending sense of awe' in astronaut Saint-Jacques

LONGUEUIL, Que. — During his first days in the microgravity of space, David Saint-Jacques was transported back to his childhood, the Canadian astronaut told reporters Monday.