Canadian retailers could be helped by a U.S. trade battle with China

  • Canadian retailers could be helped by a U.S. trade battle with China

  • Alberta tells B.C. to stop opposing pipelines if it doesn't like high gas prices

  • B.C.'s police watchdog lacked training during fatal shooting probe: report

  • City of Montreal to hit drivers with increased parking, traffic fines

  • Northern cod stocks show steep decline in once plentiful fishing areas

  • Green Party leader, NDP MP arrested at anti-pipeline protest in B.C.

  • Law requiring lifetime sex-offender registration upheld, Appeal Court rules

  • Cab driver sues authorities for allegedly failing to protect him from suspected terrorist

  • Liberal government commits $2.4 billion to SickKids redesign ahead of election

  • Conservatives call a halt to all-night voting marathon in House of Commons

  • Manitoba appoints new hydro board after mass resignation at Crown corporation

  • Liberals dropped ball on explaining Mali mission to Canadians: Diplomats

  • Conservation group concerned about decline in capelin abundance in N.L.

  • Conservative leader Andrew Scheer meets with Toronto mayor John Tory

  • U.S. sets May 1 tariff threat on Canada, Mexico amid rush to get quick NAFTA

  • Former soldier who died with woman in N.S. was 'broken' from PTSD: friend

  • Stingray hires former Montreal mayor Denis Coderre as special adviser

  • Government pledges to eliminate tuberculosis in the North by 2030

  • Annual inflation rate rises to 2.2% for its fastest pace since fall 2014

  • Ontario 'Sunshine List' grows, now includes 131,741 workers

  • Manitoba at low risk for major spring flooding: forecast

  • Supreme Court rules former Stephen Harper aide guilty of influence peddling

  • Senate gives approval in principle to bill to legalize recreational marijuana

  • Russian Embassy says Trudeau criticism of Putin unproductive, confrontational

  • Tories force all-night votes in bid to force testimony from PM's adviser

  • Boeing will not appeal case against Bombardier at U.S. trade court

  • Expert who warned of 'incarcerating' people with disabilities speaks at inquiry

  • B.C. announces rebates, conditions for liquefied natural gas projects

  • Privacy czar decries 'gap' in law for political parties handling personal info

  • Spy agency chief says new powers would help stop cyberattacks before they happen

  • Killings prompt review of Toronto police handling of missing persons cases

  • Agreement reached to connect 16 northern Ontario First Nations to power grid

  • 'What keeps me up at night': Trump's trade czar explains hawkish moves on China

  • Nova Scotia welcomed record number of tourists in 2017: province

  • Alberta budget presents plan to balance books in five years

  • New details emerge about proposed payment to Manitoba Metis Federation

  • NATO trying to get better at predicting Russia's next move: Latvian commander

  • CRTC orders national wireless carriers to offer lower-priced, data-only plans

  • B.C.'s tight rental market has landlords asking  personal questions: report

  • Ban on grizzly bear hunt, regulatory changes takes effect April 1

  • Municipal official in Nanaimo, B.C., subject of  peace bond application

  • A mammoth story: How the FBI helped Canada get back a pair of tusks

  • Parents, students winners in Alberta budget; Taxpayers face more debt

  • Some highlights from the Alberta budget tabled in the legislature Thursday

  • Ontario government to boost hospital funding by $822 million

  • Feds to commit to timeline on eradicating tuberculosis in the North

  • Group of N.S. health-care unions to hold first provincewide strike vote

  • Manitoba opts for a roundabout to improve intersection's safety

  • Ontario minister apologizes 'eye candy' comment made during hospital announcement

  • Trudeau touts Canada Workers Benefit and budget during New Brunswick visit

  • Inuit research strategy launched to promote Inuit ownership, control

  • Alberta set to unveil 2018 budget, including five-year deficit reduction plan

  • Son of late professor fights for mother's release from Iran

  • Baloney Meter: Tories dish out 'a lot of baloney' on Mali peacekeeping mission

  • Canadians joining #DeleteFacebook amid fears about electoral meddling: experts

  • Liberals awarded $100,000 contract to man at centre of Facebook data controversy

  • NAFTA: U.S. says auto irritant nearly solved, other snags remain

  • Foreign election interference a reality, says Trudeau after Putin re-election

  • Duclos defends gender-neutral language amid criticism from opposition

  • No all-party consensus on independent election debate commissioner

  • Manitoba Hydro board resigns prompting accusations from premier, talk of lawsuit

  • NDP politician plans to end 15-year career in Manitoba legislature

  • B.C. vows to reduce surgical wait times for hip and knee replacements

  • Former chief justice Beverley McLachlin likely to join Hong Kong court

  • Liberals told to be careful as feds prepare to consult on plan to combat racism

  • Former child refugee deportation hearing deferred until after judicial review

  • Singh says he won't attend events featuring people who promote political violence

  • Nova Scotia NDP says more long-term care beds would provide savings

  • Nova Scotia premier won't say how much in budget covers costs of cannabis

  • Shareholder motions demand Imperial Oil transparency on water risk, lobbying

  • Former Alberta political candidate imprisoned for sexual touching

  • Lawyer and negotiator: Thomas Molloy is new Saskatchewan lieutenant-governor

  • Ontario government pledges $2.1 billion to rebuild mental health system

  • No rest for the retired: Opioid crisis fills empty nests as grandparents step up

  • Future of Atlantic Canada at stake without success in immigration: McKenna

  • Vancouver Island university develops program to help kids cope with overdose crisis

  • Staffers on Parliament Hill call for closer look at workplace bullying: survey

  • Vancouver university develops program to help kids cope with overdose crisis

  • Elections Canada  suggests voter contact registry for 'bot' users on social media

  • Alberta banks on expanded Trans Mountain pipeline in budget forecasts

  • Spy agencies to explore Facebook data scandal as Canada hints at tougher laws

  • Liberal firearms bill attacked by both gun owners and shooting victims

  • Liberals tried pilot project with Facebook data whistleblower in 2016: source

  • Union leader says Alberta EMS system 'broken', not enough paramedics, ambulances

  • 'Yeah, we can work with that': Auto talks mark potential NAFTA breakthrough

  • Saskatchewan says no summit necessary with Alberta over licence plate dispute

  • Manitoba proposes boosting parental leave, tinkering with balanced budget law

  • No toking on beaches or at parks under proposed Manitoba law

  • Ontario on 'unsustainable' fiscal track, new report finds

  • Ontario Conservative leader Doug Ford to put business assets in trust

  • Defence minister says private sector investment necessary to help Mali rebuild

  • B.C. teachers' union head calls for 'mature conversations' ahead of contract

  • Ontario government expands pharmacare program to seniors

  • N.S. surplus boosted by marijuana sales, as province plans modest spending hikes

  • A brief look at provincial approaches to recreational marijuana sales

  • Fisheries officials unable to help dolphins trapped by ice in N.L. harbour

  • Active member of community named British Columbia's new lieutenant-governor

  • Right whale deaths cost Gulf snow crab fishery its designation as sustainable

  • Halfway River First Nation, B.C. sign partnership deal, work on new conservancy

  • Corrections exec ignored concerns of director's abusive behaviour: Watchdog

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