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Elizabeth May predicts she won't stand alone after the next election

Elizabeth May predicts she won't stand alone after the next election

OTTAWA — Finishing fourth in a byelection is not usually cause for celebration.
Roiled in oil: Alberta votes in 2019 as energy issues, Trudeau dominate debate

Roiled in oil: Alberta votes in 2019 as energy issues, Trudeau dominate debate

EDMONTON — The year 2019 will decide whether Premier Rachel Notley's NDP gets to finish the job of getting more oil to market or become the first party in provincial history to be one and done.
Apple trees from Isaac Newton's bring 'magic' to universities around the world

Apple trees from Isaac Newton's bring 'magic' to universities around the world

VANCOUVER — On a cold, sunny day in December, Jean-Michel Poutissou paused to admire the six apple trees that he once fought to save.
Police north of Toronto charge 59-year-old man with historical sex offences

Police north of Toronto charge 59-year-old man with historical sex offences

PORT COLBORNE, Ont. — York Regional Police in Ontario have charged a 59-year-old man with historical sex offences allegedly involving two children. Police say Richard Rose of Port Colborne, Ont., was arrested Dec.

Missing British Columbia professor Ramazan Gencay found dead in Colombia

VANCOUVER — Family and colleagues of a professor at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C., who went missing in Colombia say he has been found dead.
Police chief calls 2018, with 96 homicides so far, a 'unique' year for Toronto

Police chief calls 2018, with 96 homicides so far, a 'unique' year for Toronto

TORONTO — A uniquely violent year in Toronto marked by a major surge in gun-related crimes saw police seize an unusually high number of handguns from city streets, the force's chief said Thursday.
Management shakeup at Manitoba-based pot producer after Health Canada recalls

Management shakeup at Manitoba-based pot producer after Health Canada recalls

WINNIPEG — An investigation has determined that bullying by senior managers at a Winnipeg-based cannabis producer and demands on supply after legalization contributed to unauthorized weed being shipped to some stores.
As nasty 2019 campaign looms, Polievre rejoices in agitating Liberal front bench

As nasty 2019 campaign looms, Polievre rejoices in agitating Liberal front bench

OTTAWA — Longtime Conservative MP and finance critic Pierre Poilievre heads toward the 2019 federal election as one of his party's chief agitators, relishing the task of getting under the skins of the Liberal government's front-bench ministers.

First Nations win case over $4 benefit from Ontario, federal governments

SUDBURY, Ont. — The provincial and federal governments have been short-changing First Nations in Ontario for more than a century, a superior court judge ruled last week as she ordered long-stagnant annual payments be raised.
After warnings of under-spending, Liberals eye boosts to job-training programs

After warnings of under-spending, Liberals eye boosts to job-training programs

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals want to widen the reach of the country's job-training programs after senior officials heard warnings that Canada has been spending about half what comparable countries do on efforts to keep their workers employable.