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Multiple fatalities after plane crashes on Gabriola Island off B.C. coast

Multiple fatalities after plane crashes on Gabriola Island off B.C. coast

GABRIOLA ISLAND, B.C. — The BC Coroners Service and police have confirmed multiple fatalities in a plane crash off the east coast of Vancouver Island.
Next few weeks a test for Alberta-Ottawa relations, Jason Kenney says

Next few weeks a test for Alberta-Ottawa relations, Jason Kenney says

OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney left a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Tuesday with no firm commitments on the five demands he put on the table but with an air of accomplishment nonetheless, saying he felt their long-awaited face-to-
Crews still battling fire from crude oil train derailment in central Saskatchewan

Crews still battling fire from crude oil train derailment in central Saskatchewan

LANIGAN, Sask. — Saskatchewan's public safety agency says crews are working in frigid temperatures as they continue to battle a fire that started when a freight train carrying crude oil derailed.
B.C. seaplane company makes history with test flight of first commercial e-plane

B.C. seaplane company makes history with test flight of first commercial e-plane

RICHMOND, B.C. — As Greg McDougall prepared to fly the world's first all-electric commercial aircraft Tuesday morning, he said "nervous" wasn't quite the word to describe how he was feeling.
Trudeau's minority Liberal government survives first confidence vote

Trudeau's minority Liberal government survives first confidence vote

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau's Liberals survived Tuesday their first test of confidence in the House of Commons but got a pointed reminder of how opposition parties can still make life complicated for a minority government.
Freeland signs new NAFTA pact, urges Parliament to ratify as quickly as possible

Freeland signs new NAFTA pact, urges Parliament to ratify as quickly as possible

OTTAWA — Canada joined the United States and Mexico in heralding a new era of North American prosperity on Tuesday as they formally agreed to changes to the new continental free trade deal.
'Not engaging doesn't change anything,' Nova Scotia premier says of China

'Not engaging doesn't change anything,' Nova Scotia premier says of China

OTTAWA — Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says he plans to keep building economic ties between his province and China, even though he opposes its ongoing detention of two Canadians.
Meng Wanzhou wins right to more documents involving arrest at Vancouver airport

Meng Wanzhou wins right to more documents involving arrest at Vancouver airport

VANCOUVER — Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has won an application for more documents to be disclosed as she alleges she faced an abuse of process during her arrest at Vancouver's airport last year.
Man who strangled wife, buried body in their Calgary home to stay in prison

Man who strangled wife, buried body in their Calgary home to stay in prison

BOWDEN, Alta. — A man who strangled his wife and cemented her body in a basement wall of their home is staying in prison for now.
Privacy czar laments 'crisis of trust', cites urgent need to ensure rights

Privacy czar laments 'crisis of trust', cites urgent need to ensure rights

OTTAWA — High-profile, personal-data violations by Facebook, Equifax and others have highlighted like never before the urgent need to update Canada's aging laws, the federal privacy czar says.