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Chief military judge's court martial in limbo after deputy recuses himself

Chief military judge's court martial in limbo after deputy recuses himself

OTTAWA — The court martial for Canada's chief military judge is in limbo after the judge overseeing the trial — who happens to be deputy to the accused — agreed not to hear the case over conflict-of-interest concerns. Lt.-Col.
Canadian Forces investigating after soldier dies while parachuting in Bulgaria

Canadian Forces investigating after soldier dies while parachuting in Bulgaria

OTTAWA — The Canadian Forces were searching for answers Tuesday after an Ontario-based soldier was killed during a parachute-training exercise in Bulgaria.
124 children affected by January gas leak that forced evacuation of Montreal school

124 children affected by January gas leak that forced evacuation of Montreal school

Montreal public health officials said Tuesday 124 children suffered symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning following a gas leak last January that forced the evacuation of their elementary school.

Manitoba Mountie accused of manslaughter was hobbling after shooting, court told

THOMPSON, Man. — An RCMP officer accused of manslaughter in an on-duty shooting was hurt and had trouble walking following the confrontation, his trial was told Tuesday. Const.
Blair says more gun-control action needed, signals no new steps before election

Blair says more gun-control action needed, signals no new steps before election

OTTAWA — Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair says more must be done to address gun violence, but he's also signalling that no new measures will be taken before the fall election.

'Codco' star Greg Malone to run for federal Greens in Newfoundland this fall

Greg Malone, a former star of the Codco TV sketch comedy series, will be running for the Green Party of Canada in the upcoming federal election. The party said Tuesday Malone will carry its colours in the Newfoundland riding of Avalon.
Liberals to reject Senate changes to solitary confinement bill

Liberals to reject Senate changes to solitary confinement bill

OTTAWA — The Liberals are poised to reject a number of the Senate's amendments to a bill that aims to end solitary confinement — changes many lawyers and human rights advocates say are necessary to make the bill constitutional.

Trans Mountain timeline: A look at key dates in the project's history

OTTAWA — The federal cabinet's long-awaited decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is due Tuesday.

Canada needs to regulate social media giants: international report

OTTAWA — An international report says Canada has taken "commendable" steps to safeguard this fall's federal election from foreign interference.
Tory promises review of Raptors parade amid planning criticism and praise

Tory promises review of Raptors parade amid planning criticism and praise

TORONTO — The city and its partners will review planning for the Raptors' victory parade that drew unprecedented crowds to the downtown, some of whom found themselves caught in a terrifying situation when gunfire erupted late in the proceedings, Toro