Nova Scotia opposition parties brace for election amid government spending spree

  • Nova Scotia opposition parties brace for election amid government spending spree

  • French citizens in Montreal express mixed reactions to early election results

  • Terrorism concerns lead to security changes at passport offices

  • N.L. fisherman on hunger strike taken from protest site in ambulance

  • Christy Clark optimistic as B.C. election approaches halfway mark

  • Two Canadians the latest addition to U.S.'s most-wanted terrorist list

  • Accused in naval spy case presses for info on CSIS wiretaps of Chinese Embassy

  • Border towns quietly mobilizing to help refugee claimants coming to Canada

  • Saskatchewan move to cut funeral service for poor is dehumanizing: advocate

  • Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

  • Quebec promises to ease rules around volunteering after public outcry

  • Opening shot coming this week in fifth softwood lumber war between Canada-U.S.

  • Canada's central banker on Ontario housing move: 'I'm happy'

  • Canadian scientists say rallies in support of American counterparts feel like deja vu

  • Michelle McHale abandons Manitoba NDP leadership bid; cites health concerns

  • Ontario NDP promising provincial pharmacare if elected in 2018

  • Montrealers line up to cast votes in French presidential election

  • Liberals set homeless reduction targets ahead of provincial talks

  • Housing, emissions and children: three ways politics touched Canadians this week

  • Numbers and details about Canadian astronauts as selection process continues

  • Retired Canadian astronauts weigh in on gruelling recruitment process

  • Finance minister can't say how much foreign buyer tax will affect housing market

  • B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark says U.S.

  • B.C. election: Key developments from Day 11 on the campaign trail

  • Minister says ruling means thousands of non-Catholics must change schools

  • B.C. Appeal Court overturns defamation suit by Greens' Weaver against newspaper

  • Canadian jets intercept Russian bombers, first time in two years: Norad

  • The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

  • Canada delays methane regulations for three years following U.S. retreat

  • Trudeau-Italian PM show bond in wake of Trump protectionism, closed borders

  • CSIS spy centre's use of security assessment info troubles privacy czar: letters

  • Former cabinet minister turned Manitoba judge broke ethics law: commissioner

  • Some of Ontario's promised hydro bill cuts to take effect in May

  • Why Trump is racing against the clock on NAFTA: The Mexican election

  • Government says it's working to resolve massive union dues shortfall

  • Top court's refusal to hear federal contracts case prompts call for new laws

  • N.S. Ombudsman says Guysborough County spending built for

  • Handful of Syrian refugees paid sponsors to come to Canada, evaluation reveals

  • Quebec announces mixed police force to fight sexual exploitation

  • Manitoba Liberal leadership candidate says youth on her side

  • Pot taxes will stay low in order to push out pushers, Morneau suggests

  • Newfoundland fisherman continues hunger strike protest after call from minister

  • Feds applaud plan to cool Toronto housing market; won't make it national policy

  • Vancouver field

  • Canada adds more names to Syrian sanctions list

  • Canada condemns attack in Paris which left police officer dead, 3 wounded

  • Ontario to tax foreign buyers, expand rent control to cool housing market

  • Ontario housing measures expected to have short-lived impact, experts say

  • Woman wins 32-year fight for Indian status; argued rules were discriminatory

  • Ontario ombudsman slams inmate-segregation system; says people put at risk

  • N.L. hunger striker gets to speak with federal fisheries minister

  • Saskatchewan can't give Catholic schools money for non-Catholic students: court

  • Manitoba Liberal calls Friday news conference about party leadership

  • Tetchy moments a feature in first British Columbia election debate

  • Saskatchewan reviewing cut to library funding made in last month's budget

  • B.C. election debate: Key moments on Day 10 of the campaign

  • No more Mr. Nice Trump: president fires warning shot on Cdn wood, dairy, lumber

  • Clean tech industry struggling, but piquing interest in U.S.: McKenna

  • New commander promises to add staff to much-maligned unit for injured soldiers

  • Opposition wants price tag for government's cannabis tracking system

  • Canada softwood industry seeks China sales, as Trump widens trade attack

  • Experts reflect on British Columbia's reputation for political eccentricity

  • A look at highlights of the Liberal government's marijuana legislation

  • Some numbers about the dairy industries in both Canada and the U.S.

  • The Thursday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

  • Supreme Court to review 1969 deal that sparked longtime Quebec-N.L. hydro feud

  • Profane weather spoof creates storm of trouble for Halifax's top bureaucrat

  • B.C. party leaders want legal cannabis age set above 18 years old

  • Russia flying over, photographing Canadian military bases this week

  • Premier announces downtown Halifax hospital will get a suburban outpost

  • Federal government to test name-blind hiring for public service

  • In his own words: Text of Trump's latest complaints about Canadian trade

  • Report says Liberals need to make prevention central in anti-poverty plan

  • Water samples pending as spill from ferry in Kootenay Lake, B.C., cleaned up

  • The Canadian Press explains how Ontario's new foreign homebuyer tax would work

  • Alleged lack of protection for caribou prompts lawsuit against McKenna

  • Trudeau says there are pressures on real estate that need to be alleviated

  • Nova Scotia received 67 requests for assisted deaths; 31 granted so far

  • GST on carbon taxes in Alberta, B.C. worth millions in federal revenue

  • Federal innovation minister urges private sector to spend more on R&D

  • $631 pardon fee a 'significant' barrier, majority tell feds in consultation

  • Liberal party in British Columbia gives back donations worth over $174,000

  • Pharmacy distributors want in on Canada's legalized marijuana regime

  • Human rights commission says children left behind on basic rights

  • Self-preservation, not profit behind accused human smugglers actions: lawyer

  • Ontario auto insurance rates increase as report slams system

  • How Barack Obama quietly, gently delivered same slam on Canadian dairy as Trump

  • Baloney Meter: Do Canada's efforts to help dairy farmers hurt U.S. counterparts?

  • Alberta health minister addresses issue of mandatory immunization

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