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The “Okanagan Conservatives” posted a photo and link to a critical article about Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, along with the comment: “This is what happens when you have a cabinet based on affirmative action.”
If it was a pill, exercise would be a trillion-dollar money-maker prescribed to everyone.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks into this weekend’s APEC leaders’ summit with a chance to smooth over lingering sore feelings with some of Canada’s key trading partners on the Pacific Rim.
The Canadian Conservative Leader said his support for Britain’s move out of the EU rests not on economics or the practicalities of trade but rather on the principle of sovereignty.
Defence lawyer William Wister acknowledged the images are child pornography, but said that his client was not in possession of the material.
“Time to Listen: Youth Voices on Substance Use,” also states substance use by children was prevalent in 154 critical injury reports last year, nearly double what it was in 2016.
The university is the only Canadian school among five institutions in North America that were awarded a total of US$35 million.
Bela Kosoian was in a subway station in the Montreal suburb of Laval in 2009 when a police officer told her to respect a pictogram with the instruction, “hold the handrail.”
Canada rallies more than a dozen countries in calling on China to release ‘arbitrarily’ detained Muslims
Chines Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying noted the letter, which was spearheaded by Canada, was based on hearsay, despite widely distributed reports from detainees, relatives and officials documenting the sweeping and seemingly arbitrary detentions.
Dougald Lamont’s comments come after a woman said she was groped and propositioned by Cliff Graydon, a legislature member who was kicked out of the governing Progressive Conservative caucus last month.
Sources say Romania is expected to take over from Canada, but the Romanians likely won’t arrive until October or November — months after the Canadians have left.
The PAL Airlines Flight 1922 crash-landed at Stephenville airport just after noon; social media photos showed the plane at rest on the runway, nose-down on the tarmac.
The lawsuit claims that McDonald’s violated Quebec’s strict advertising laws by illegally advertising to children.
Tosh Vertraeten, who is 29, is charged with one count of failing to remain at the scene of a collision in which a person dies.
Megan Janes says her aunt and uncle, Paradise residents Paula and Randy Dodge, are no longer missing but also “no longer with us.”
Khashoggi’s killing last month at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul further strained relations with Canada and renewed public outrage over Ottawa’s $15-billion arms deal with the regime.
The event itself is open to men and women, but the Opposition New Democrats say it’s wrong for the Tories to support a club that only allows men to become members.
She’s a brilliant, young legal mind. And her mission is to expunge the cannabis convictions of half a million Canadians
As a high schooler, Annamaria Enenajor avoided drugs, knowing “if I were to make that mistake it would follow me for the rest of my life.” Now, at 34, a partner in Clayton Ruby’s firm, she’s advocating for people haunted by possession charges.
Climate Transparency, a coalition of international climate organizations, released its fourth annual review of the climate polices of G20 members Wednesday. The report pointed out that none of them has a plan in place that would actually meet the goals of the Paris climate change agreement.
Newspaper publishers await details on Ottawa’s “local journalism” fund, which was announced nearly nine months ago.