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New foreign minister presses for Canadian detainees with China counterpart

New foreign minister presses for Canadian detainees with China counterpart

OTTAWA — Canada's new foreign affairs minister hit the ground running this weekend, spending an hour in face-to-face talks with his Chinese counterpart over the fate of two Canadian men that the Trudeau government maintains are being arbitrarily deta
Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat Hamilton Tiger-Cats to win the Grey Cup

Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat Hamilton Tiger-Cats to win the Grey Cup

CALGARY — Running back Andrew Harris made Canadian Football League history and ended the Winnipeg Blue Bombers championship drought on Sunday night.
Former Desjardins Group president Claude Beland dead at 87

Former Desjardins Group president Claude Beland dead at 87

MONTREAL — Former Desjardins Group president Claude Beland has died at the age of 87, the Quebec-based financial institution confirmed Sunday.

Ottawa to argue appeal of tribunal order to compensate First Nations children

Federal lawyers will be in court on Monday to argue the government's appeal of a Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling that ordered Ottawa to pay billions of dollars in compensation to First Nations children and their families.
Former president of Ukraine reveals details of 2017 meeting with Rudy Giuliani

Former president of Ukraine reveals details of 2017 meeting with Rudy Giuliani

HALIFAX — The former president of Ukraine confirmed Sunday he met with Rudy Giuliani in late 2017, but Petro Poroshenko told a security conference in Halifax he and President Donald Trump's then-adviser talked only about U.S.

Next Ontario Liberal leader faces difficult task of rebuilding party: experts

TORONTO — The person tasked with the "back-breaking" job of rebuilding Ontario's Liberal party will need both strong organizational skills and the ability to adapt to an increasingly unpredictable political landscape, according to experts preparing t
'Not what it used to be:' Warm Arctic autumn creates ice hazards for Inuit

'Not what it used to be:' Warm Arctic autumn creates ice hazards for Inuit

For Keith Morrison, the consequences of this fall's extraordinarily warm weather across the North all came down to an urgent call for help. The fire chief for the Arctic community of Cambridge Bay in Nunavut was at home the evening of Oct.
Young and growing Quebec independence party promises immediate 'acts of rupture'

Young and growing Quebec independence party promises immediate 'acts of rupture'

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Canada's U.S., NATO allies developing divergent views on weaponizing space

Canada's U.S., NATO allies developing divergent views on weaponizing space

OTTAWA — The NATO military alliance looked to space, the final frontier, earlier this week as members formally recognized the cosmos as integral to their mutual security, agreeing to bolster ways to defend their satellites and other space-based infra

No winning ticket for Saturday night's $11 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $11 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a lottery player in British Columbia. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on Nov.