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Quebec City dumps 46 million litres of raw sewage into St. Lawrence River

Quebec City dumped about 46 million litres of raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River over 12 hours in order to do scheduled maintenance work on a pumping station, the city said Friday. A spokesperson for the city said everything went as planned.

Inflation cools to 1.7%, but underlying rate continues to heat up

OTTAWA — The annual pace of inflation cooled to 1.7 per cent last month — but rising prices underneath the turbulence of this headline number suggest the Bank of Canada is unlikely to veer from its interest-rate hiking path.
Premiers of Ontario, Quebec in Washington: urge end to trade uncertainty

Premiers of Ontario, Quebec in Washington: urge end to trade uncertainty

OTTAWA — The premiers of Canada's two largest provinces are in Washington pleading for a modernized NAFTA that ends the trade uncertainty that currently exists on the continent.
Ottawa vows legislation allowing firms to settle corporate corruption

Ottawa vows legislation allowing firms to settle corporate corruption

OTTAWA — The Canadian government is vowing to introduce legislation for corporate wrongdoing that could help SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. address criminal charges.

Stratford, Ont., settles guardrail 'spear' action against Trinity for $400K

TORONTO — A proposed Canadian class action that alleged secret cost-saving design changes made to a highway safety guardrail had in fact turned the barrier into a potentially lethal spear has been settled, court documents show.

NewsAlert: Canada falls to Germany in men's hockey semifinal, will play for bronze

GANGNEUNG, Korea, Republic Of — Canada's bid for a third-straight Olympic gold medal in men's hockey has ended with a 4-3 semifinal loss to Germany. Team Canada pushed back hard in the third period, pulling two goals back, but the Germans held on.

Here's a list January inflation rates for Canadian provinces, territories

OTTAWA — Canada's national annual inflation rate was 1.7 per cent in January, Statistics Canada says. Here's what happened in the provinces and territories (previous month in brackets): — Newfoundland and Labrador: 1.1 per cent (1.

Here's a list of January inflation rates for selected Canadian cities

OTTAWA — Canada's national annual inflation rate was 1.7 per cent in January, Statistics Canada says.
'All of us should be ashamed': Calls for change after jury finds Raymond Cormier not guilty

'All of us should be ashamed': Calls for change after jury finds Raymond Cormier not guilty

WINNIPEG — Supporters of Tina Fontaine plan to hold a walk in Winnipeg today to honour the girl a day after the man accused of killing her was found not guilty.
Those who misuse religion to divide will not be tolerated, says Indian PM Modi

Those who misuse religion to divide will not be tolerated, says Indian PM Modi

NEW DELHI — Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he and Justin Trudeau agreed to fight terrorism and those who misuse religion to divide people following a bilateral meeting between the two in New Delhi this morning.