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OTTAWA - The Transportation Safety Board says the federal government isn't doing enough to enforce proper safety practices by Canada's railways, airlines and marine operators.
Albertaâs Child Advocate is calling on the province to take âswift, decisive and meaningful actionâ after conducting an investigation into the death of a 15-year-old aboriginal boy in government care.
OTTAWA - A federal judge has overruled the RCMP commissioner Bob Paulson's "unreasonable" decision to deny a staff sergeant's bid for promotion because of long-discounted misconduct allegations.
MONTREAL - A psychiatrist hired by the Crown cast doubt Wednesday on Luka Rocco Magnotta's defence that he was not criminally responsible the night he killed Jun Lin.
TORONTO - Teenagers who have suffered a concussion or other traumatic brain injury are more likely to report using alcohol and drugs compared to peers with no history of such an injury, researchers have found.
EDMONTON - Even Canada's High Arctic islands won't remain a sanctuary for polar bears if climate change continues at its current pace, a new study suggests.
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - The Canadian province of Alberta, the largest exporter of oil to the United States, said on Wednesday it still expects to post an operating budget surplus for the current fiscal year despite lower prices for crude. Robin Campbell, the province's finance minister, said in his second-quarter budget update that Alberta expects to post a C$933 million ($830.8 million) surplus in the 2014/2015 fiscal year, down from the C$1.1 billion it forecast in March when it presented the budget. ...
MONTREAL - Provincial and municipal politicians were not backing down despite noisy and disruptive demonstrations that rolled across Quebec Wednesday in a 24-hour protest against proposed pension reforms.
BURNABY, B.C. - A group of activists who were part of the Clayoquot (clah-CWOT) Sound anti-logging protests in British Columbia in the early 1990s have been arrested at an anti-pipeline demonstration near Vancouver.
More than four decades after Yvonne Leroux was found dead in York Region, police have not given up their attempts to find out who killed her. The North York teenager's body was found on the 16th Sideroad in King Township on Nov. 30, 1972. York Regional Police Det-Sgt. Jim Killby said it's hard to imagine what Lerouxâs family has gone through over the years, as the pain has never gone away for her surviving parents and three siblings.
CALGARY - A judge has delayed a decision until next year on a media request to gain access to evidence in Calgary's worst mass murder.
REGINA - Saskatchewan's legislature has passed a motion calling for the removal of what Premier Brad Wall says are unnecessary barriers to the Energy East pipeline project.
WINNIPEG - Manitoba says it will fill a void left by the end of a federal band constables program by replacing front-line peace officers on dozens of reserves with better-trained safety officers.
TORONTO - CBC is promising to tell the story of "what really happened" with Jian Ghomeshi in an upcoming episode of "The Fifth Estate."
By Rod Nickel WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - A Canadian company better known for selling condominiums has walked into a C$1 billion ($890 million) deal to ship edible oil to China as consumer demand there overtakes domestic supplies. Fengguan Edible Oil Ltd Co, a Chinese producer of oil from rapeseed, contacted Toronto-based LeMine Investment Group this year about securing canola oil, a variant of rapeseed that is crushed for cooking, salad dressings and margarine. ...
OTTAWA - The federal government is being taken to court over a law that requires First Nations to make public their financial information.
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GATINEAU, Que. - Investments needed to expand Canada's Internet grid would slow to a trickle if the big service providers were forced to allow smaller players to access their so-called fibre-to-the-home networks, Bell Canada says.
TORONTO - There has been a month of news about former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi leading up to the charges against him Wednesday of four counts of sexual assault and one count of what is called "overcome resistance â choking." His lawyer says he will plead not guilty. Here are some of the key developments in the weeks leading up to the charges:
OTTAWA - The NDP is embracing the idea of a neutral third-party investigation of misconduct complaints against two Liberal MPs, now that one New Democrat complainant has said she'd be willing to participate.