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Five things about possible involvement of Huawei in Canada's 5G networks

Five things about possible involvement of Huawei in Canada's 5G networks

OTTAWA — Five things about the possible involvement of Huawei Technologies in Canada's 5G mobile networks: What is 5G? The development of 5G — or fifth-generation — mobile networks will give users much faster connections and provide vast data capacit
Six eagles killed, six injured after eating tainted carcass on Vancouver Island

Six eagles killed, six injured after eating tainted carcass on Vancouver Island

DUNCAN, B.C. — Animal experts say no more bald eagles have been found since 12 sick or dying birds were taken in for care on southern Vancouver Island.
Manitoba's Pallister blasts Quebec over list of demands to federal parties

Manitoba's Pallister blasts Quebec over list of demands to federal parties

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says a list of demands by his Quebec counterpart presented to the prime minister last week is nothing more than "brokerage politics.
Kamala Harris, schooled in Montreal, announces bid to unseat Trump in 2020

Kamala Harris, schooled in Montreal, announces bid to unseat Trump in 2020

WASHINGTON — A suburban Montreal high school is leading the cheers north of the border for graduate Kamala Harris, the California senator and former prosecutor who confirmed Monday she's seeking to become the first black woman elected president of th

Mac gives Moose Jaw permission to make him tallest moose in world again

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Mac has given his caretakers in Moose Jaw, Sask., permission to once again make him the world's tallest moose statue. The moose says he would even wear an RCMP Stetson or stilettos if it made him taller.
Crown criticizes parole ruling for U.S.-born convicted killer, sexual predator

Crown criticizes parole ruling for U.S.-born convicted killer, sexual predator

HALIFAX — A top Nova Scotia prosecutor is questioning a parole board decision allowing the release and deportation of a convicted killer and sexual predator, saying it's based on "hope over reason.

Woman convicted on terror charges thought govt was spying on her: psych report

TORONTO — A Toronto woman convicted of terror charges grew increasingly preoccupied with the notion that the Canadian government was spying on her in the years before she carried out an attack at a Canadian Tire while draped in an ISIL banner.
Two men charged in Ivory Coast for trying to blackmail MP Tony Clement

Two men charged in Ivory Coast for trying to blackmail MP Tony Clement

OTTAWA — Two men in Africa's Ivory Coast have been charged with trying to blackmail Canadian MP Tony Clement by posing as a woman online and demanding money after Clement shared explicit sexual images with them.
Winter storm brings snow, rain, wind and cold to Eastern, Central Canada

Winter storm brings snow, rain, wind and cold to Eastern, Central Canada

A powerful storm brought heavy snow and rain and bitter temperatures to much of Eastern and Central Canada, reminding Canadians of the many ways an unforgiving climate can disrupt their lives.
Scotland to return remains of now-extinct Newfoundland First Nation

Scotland to return remains of now-extinct Newfoundland First Nation

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — An Aboriginal leader was "delighted" Monday after a Scottish museum agreed to return the remains of two people from a disappeared Newfoundland First Nation.