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Quebec religious group complies with court order to release names of children

MONTREAL — A fringe religious group in Quebec has complied with a court order to release the names of 135 children the provincial government claimed were being taught in illegal schools run by the group.
A list of major civil disobedience events in recent Canadian history

A list of major civil disobedience events in recent Canadian history

VANCOUVER — Protesters around the country have blocked rail lines and used other forms of civil disobedience to show support for the hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation and their fight against a natural gas pipeline.

Auditor general to scrutinize government's $187B infrastructure program

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government's massive $187-billion infrastructure program will be scrutinized by the office of the auditor general of Canada.
A timeline on rail disruptions by anti-pipeline protesters across Canada

A timeline on rail disruptions by anti-pipeline protesters across Canada

RCMP began enforcing an injunction last week that prevents interference with construction of a $6.6-billion natural gas pipeline in northern British Columbia.

Fifth person tests positive in B.C. for new coronavirus after return from China

VANCOUVER — A fifth case of the novel coronavirus has been presumptively confirmed in British Columbia, bringing the total number of cases in Canada to eight. Provincial health officer Dr.
No mechanical defects on train that derailed in Saskatchewan: report

No mechanical defects on train that derailed in Saskatchewan: report

The Transportation Safety Board says its investigators have not found any mechanical defects on a train that derailed and spilled oil in rural Saskatchewan. The Canadian Pacific Railway freight train jumped the tracks on Feb.
Trudeau pushing for new rules to make air travel safer near conflict zones

Trudeau pushing for new rules to make air travel safer near conflict zones

MUNICH — Canada is pushing for new international rules to protect civilian airliners flying near conflict zones, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday at an major security conference in Munich, Germany.
Trudeau tells U.S. lawmakers he's confident USMCA bill will pass Commons

Trudeau tells U.S. lawmakers he's confident USMCA bill will pass Commons

MUNICH — The federal Liberal government will "have the votes" to ensure North America's new trade deal becomes the law of the land, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday before championing Canada's fight against mounting protectionism and the ero
'Valuable life lesson:' Woman arrested for anti-Indigenous comments apologizes

'Valuable life lesson:' Woman arrested for anti-Indigenous comments apologizes

THE PAS, Man. — A woman arrested in northern Manitoba for online comments threatening violence against Indigenous people has asked for forgiveness and says she has learned valuable lessons.
Canadian officials helping in Japan after 12 Canadians contract virus on ship

Canadian officials helping in Japan after 12 Canadians contract virus on ship

MUNICH — Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says Canadian health workers are assisting in Japan after 12 Canadians contracted the novel coronavirus while on a cruise ship.