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Saskatchewan's challenge of federal carbon tax in hands of Appeal court

Saskatchewan's challenge of federal carbon tax in hands of Appeal court

REGINA — Five Saskatchewan judges have reserved their decision on the constitutionality of a federally imposed carbon tax after two days of hearings in Regina.
B.C. proposes stronger security for witnesses testifying at criminal trials

B.C. proposes stronger security for witnesses testifying at criminal trials

VICTORIA — British Columbia is proposing changes to its witness protection program in order to strengthen security for people who could provide police with information on serious crimes.
Quebec tables legislation to create universal kindergarten for 4-year-olds

Quebec tables legislation to create universal kindergarten for 4-year-olds

QUEBEC — The Quebec government moved towards fulfilling a key election promise today as it tabled a bill that would ensure children can attend kindergarten at four years old.
Quebec premier wants Ottawa to 'settle' with SNC-Lavalin so firm avoids trial

Quebec premier wants Ottawa to 'settle' with SNC-Lavalin so firm avoids trial

Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he wants the federal government to settle with engineering firm SNC-Lavalin "as soon as possible" in order to protect jobs and the company's corporate headquarters in Montreal.
Reconciliation outlasts Wilson-Raybould: Indigenous senators

Reconciliation outlasts Wilson-Raybould: Indigenous senators

OTTAWA — Indigenous parliamentarians say Jody Wilson-Raybould's controversial exit from the cabinet doesn't signal the end of reconciliation efforts between the federal government and Indigenous Peoples.

Health agency hunts for Canadians who had surgery at Tijuana clinic

OTTAWA — The Public Health Agency of Canada says at least 30 Canadians who had surgery at a clinic in Tijuana, Mexico are at risk of potentially deadly infection.
Violent protests in Haiti trap more than 100 Canadian tourists, aid workers

Violent protests in Haiti trap more than 100 Canadian tourists, aid workers

MONTREAL — Ottawa-based physician Emilio Bazile says food is running low for him and his 10-member medical team who have been trapped in southwest Haiti after protesters blocked major highways across the Caribbean country in an effort to pressure Pre
Quebec, Montreal governments welcome proposal for  new baseball stadium

Quebec, Montreal governments welcome proposal for new baseball stadium

MONTREAL — The initial enthusiasm from Quebec's Coalition Avenir Quebec government for a proposed Major League Baseball stadium in Montreal was slightly tempered Thursday after an opposition party cautioned against sinking public money into the proje
'Will you marry me?' Edmonton man surprises woman with billboard proposal

'Will you marry me?' Edmonton man surprises woman with billboard proposal

EDMONTON — Laurie Moring had an inkling something was up by the time she and her boyfriend were on their way to a Valentine's Day lunch.
Quebec declines talks with feds, provinces, territories on coerced sterilization

Quebec declines talks with feds, provinces, territories on coerced sterilization

OTTAWA — Quebec won't be part of a working group the federal government wants to examine claims that Indigenous women have been sterilized against their will.