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Carbon tax, desk-thumping on agenda in upcoming Alberta legislature session

Carbon tax, desk-thumping on agenda in upcoming Alberta legislature session

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's government heads to the legislature this week to make noise with an ambitious legislative agenda while trying to keep a hush on daily affairs.
Diplomat, peacekeeper: Saskatchewan First Nation awaits Poundmaker exoneration

Diplomat, peacekeeper: Saskatchewan First Nation awaits Poundmaker exoneration

When Milton Tootoosis thinks about the planned exoneration of Chief Poundmaker, he breaks down.
Money laundering report a wake-up call for Canada, but some provinces skeptical

Money laundering report a wake-up call for Canada, but some provinces skeptical

VANCOUVER — The authors of a report that found $47 billion was laundered across Canada last year debated whether to include a graph that indicated Alberta, Ontario and the Prairies were hotspots for dirty money, says the lead writer.
Vancouver Aquarium files civil claim suing city and park board over cetacean ban

Vancouver Aquarium files civil claim suing city and park board over cetacean ban

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Aquarium is suing the city and park board over the 2017 cetacean ban for breach of contract and claiming it lost millions of dollars in revenue.

Kraft Heinz acknowledges unexpected translation of its condiment

TORONTO — Kraft Heinz has acknowledged an "unfortunate translation" of its latest buzzy condiment of pre-mixed mayonnaise-ketchup that has reached Canada.
Packed house at Brock University for Trudeau town hall meeting

Packed house at Brock University for Trudeau town hall meeting

Audience questions ranged from Indigenous rights to cannabis, to the effects of social media