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Alberta tables climate plan for industry; retains key parts of old legislation

Alberta tables climate plan for industry; retains key parts of old legislation

EDMONTON — Alberta has introduced a new climate plan for the province's big greenhouse gas emitters that it says will achieve similar emissions cuts as the former NDP government's plan and at less cost.
Trudeau turns to political veteran McLellan on tips to form government

Trudeau turns to political veteran McLellan on tips to form government

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is turning to two political veterans to provide advice on forming a minority government in the face of renewed talk of separatism in Quebec and the West.

Quebec anglophone group accuses government of working to undermine it

MONTREAL — An umbrella organization that represents English-speaking community groups in Quebec is accusing the provincial government of trying to undermine it by sowing discord among its members — an allegation Premier Francois Legault dismissed Tue
Feds step up court fight to protect spy-related info in official-secrets case

Feds step up court fight to protect spy-related info in official-secrets case

OTTAWA — The federal government is ramping up its court fight to keep a lid on documents detailing clandestine Canadian surveillance efforts.

Trial begins for cop and his brother charged in brutal beating of black man

OSHAWA, Ont.
Bloc Quebecois seeks judicial recounts in Hochelaga, Quebec ridings won by Liberals

Bloc Quebecois seeks judicial recounts in Hochelaga, Quebec ridings won by Liberals

The Bloc Quebecois is seeking judicial recounts in two Quebec federal ridings narrowly won by the Liberals during the Oct. 21 election.
Liberal staffers removing anti-carbon tax stickers, minister charges

Liberal staffers removing anti-carbon tax stickers, minister charges

TORONTO — Liberal staffers are peeling government-mandated anti-carbon tax stickers off of gas pumps, Ontario Energy Minister Greg Rickford said Tuesday, insisting that disappearing decals are not the result of faulty glue.
Alexis Brunelle-Duceppe to employ different style than famous politician father

Alexis Brunelle-Duceppe to employ different style than famous politician father

OTTAWA — Alexis Brunelle-Duceppe recognizes he's got some big shoes to fill as a newly elected Bloc Quebecois MP.
Ninety-eight rookie MPs undergo House of Commons training in Ottawa

Ninety-eight rookie MPs undergo House of Commons training in Ottawa

OTTAWA — Ninety-eight new MPs are in Ottawa to learn how to manage their budgets, get their parking passes and, later on, protect their sanity.
Baby of Saskatchewan curler who died giving birth released from hospital

Baby of Saskatchewan curler who died giving birth released from hospital

SASKATOON — The baby daughter of a promising Saskatchewan curler who died during childbirth last week is home. Aly Jenkins of Warman, Sask., a member of Sherry Anderson's rink, died Oct. 20 at the age of 30.