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'Much, much slower:' Coroner promises change after Humboldt mix-up

'Much, much slower:' Coroner promises change after Humboldt mix-up

REGINA — Saskatchewan's chief coroner says a public mix-up in identifying two hockey players involved in the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash means, in the future, his office will be more careful in releasing names.
Relatives arriving in Halifax to support parents of seven young fire victims

Relatives arriving in Halifax to support parents of seven young fire victims

HALIFAX — Family members were expected to arrive in Halifax Monday to support the grieving mother of seven children who died in a fast-moving house fire.
Fire deaths could prompt new safety measures, upgraded building code: experts

Fire deaths could prompt new safety measures, upgraded building code: experts

HALIFAX — Experts say the deaths of the seven Barho children in a ferocious Halifax house fire last week could lead to new fire safety measures and changes to the country's building code.
Quebec ferry service interrupted again after crash opens hole in ship's bow

Quebec ferry service interrupted again after crash opens hole in ship's bow

Ferry service between Quebec's Gaspe region and the north shore of the St. Lawrence River is once again paralyzed, this time following an accident.

Ex-pastor charged in wife's death sedated her so he could continue affair: Crown

TORONTO — A former pastor accused in the drowning death of his pregnant wife did not mean to kill her but wanted her incapacitated so he could carry on with his double life, prosecutors argued Monday.
Wilson-Raybould can speak about SNC-Lavalin affair at committee: Trudeau

Wilson-Raybould can speak about SNC-Lavalin affair at committee: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould will be permitted to speak publicly about some of the details of the SNC-Lavalin affair.
Prime Minister Trudeau expresses love for Canadiens on trade deadline day

Prime Minister Trudeau expresses love for Canadiens on trade deadline day

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wasn't about to shy away from supporting his favourite Canadian hockey team on trade deadline day.
More money needed to deal with civil service pay problems, unions say

More money needed to deal with civil service pay problems, unions say

OTTAWA — The upcoming federal budget must include more money to stabilize the disastrous Phoenix pay system for government employees, and to launch its replacement, the country's biggest civil service unions demanded Monday.

Canada must pay $7M over botched assessment of N.S. quarry project

OTTAWA — A North American free trade panel says Canada has to pay an American company $7 million over a botched environmental review of a quarry it wanted to build in Nova Scotia.
Consular officials in China meet with Kovrig, Global Affairs Canada says

Consular officials in China meet with Kovrig, Global Affairs Canada says

OTTAWA — Global Affairs Canada says it met Monday with one of two Canadians detained in China since December.