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Union blockade of Regina refinery back up after talks with management break off

REGINA — A blockade of Regina's Co-op Refinery is back up after talks between the company and union broke off late Friday.
Digital footprints lead cops to Arizona fugitive in Canada

Digital footprints lead cops to Arizona fugitive in Canada

PHOENIX — Authorities say man who pleaded guilty to murder before fleeing Arizona over 16 years ago to avoid being sentenced has been arrested in Canada. Adan Perez Huerta pleaded guilty in 2003 to negligent homicide.

Jury finds Indigenous woman's death was accidental, makes 8 recommendations

WHITEHORSE — A Yukon coroner's jury has determined that an Indigenous woman's death during a medevac flight to Whitehorse was accidental.
Parti Quebecois says non-members can vote for new leader for first time

Parti Quebecois says non-members can vote for new leader for first time

MONTREAL — Nearly 16 months after Jean-Francois Lisee stepped down from the top job, the Parti Quebecois on Saturday officially launched a leadership race where, for the first time, non-members will be able to cast a ballot.
Indigenous community votes down proposed nuclear waste bunker near Lake Huron

Indigenous community votes down proposed nuclear waste bunker near Lake Huron

TORONTO — An Indigenous community has overwhelmingly rejected a proposed underground storage facility for nuclear waste near Lake Huron, likely spelling the end for a multibillion-dollar, politically fraught project years in the making.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to visit Ethiopia, Senegal and Germany

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to visit Ethiopia, Senegal and Germany

OTTAWA — The Prime Minister's Office has announced Justin Trudeau will travel to Ethiopia, Senegal and Germany in the coming week. The PMO says the trip will begin on Feb.

Three dead, two injured in shooting at downtown Toronto Airbnb

TORONTO — Three men have died after a shooting that police said happened at a party in a downtown Toronto Airbnb rental on Friday night. Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said gunshots rang out in the condo complex at about 10:30 p.m.
Federal IT systems at risk of 'critical failure,' Trudeau warned in memo

Federal IT systems at risk of 'critical failure,' Trudeau warned in memo

OTTAWA — Newly released briefing notes for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau describe the dire state of federal computer systems, which deliver billions in benefits and are on the precipice of collapse.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $27 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $27 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on Feb. 4 will grow to approximately $32 million. The Canadian Press
Catholic bishops urge Trudeau to scrap changes to assisted dying legislation

Catholic bishops urge Trudeau to scrap changes to assisted dying legislation

OTTAWA — The president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to voice "very serious concern" about proposed changes to medical assistance in dying legislation.