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Elizabeth May elected Green leader again, to share burden with Jonathan Pedneault

Elizabeth May elected Green leader again, to share burden with Jonathan Pedneault

OTTAWA — After a disappointing federal election result, internal conflicts spilling into the open and a downward trend in fundraising, the federal Green Party nameda familiar faceas its leader Saturday night, although she will not be doing it alone.
Trudeau at French-speaking summit in Tunisia amid 'battle of influence' for Africa

Trudeau at French-speaking summit in Tunisia amid 'battle of influence' for Africa

DJERBA, Tunisia — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began a brief visit to Africa on Saturday as part of what his foreign affairs minister described as a fight for power on the continent between democratic and authoritarian states.
P.E.I. woman scrambles to save beloved horse from slaughterhouse

P.E.I. woman scrambles to save beloved horse from slaughterhouse

Tyra Perry sat bolt upright in her bed early on Nov. 4. She says her hands shook as she held her phone and read the message: Mittcent Vangogh, the gentle racehorse she had grown to love, was being taken to a slaughterhouse.
Here’s how Canada stacks up against other countries when it comes to high inflation

Here’s how Canada stacks up against other countries when it comes to high inflation

OTTAWA — Decades-high inflation has Canadians worried about the rising cost of living, but as gloomy as things may seem, Canada appears to be faring better than many other major economies.

No winning ticket sold for Friday's $43 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Friday's Lotto Max $43 million draw. The jackpot for the next draw on Nov. 22 will be an estimated $50 million, with two Maxmillion prizes of $1 million each up for grabs. The Canadian Press
In shoes from his father, new B.C. Premier David Eby is off and running

In shoes from his father, new B.C. Premier David Eby is off and running

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's new Premier David Eby looked down at his shiny shoes and explained to the audience at his swearing-in ceremony that they were a tribute to his father.
Drought state of emergency lifted for B.C.'s Sunshine Coast, water restrictions stay

Drought state of emergency lifted for B.C.'s Sunshine Coast, water restrictions stay

SECHELT, B.C. — A state of local emergency in response to drought along British Columbia's Sunshine Coast has been lifted as water flow returned to a key water source.
Alberta chief critical of Premier Danielle Smith's claim of Indigenous roots

Alberta chief critical of Premier Danielle Smith's claim of Indigenous roots

EDMONTON — A First Nations leader in Alberta is questioning Premier Danielle Smith's claim of Indigenous heritage. Smith has said she has some Cherokee roots and years ago declared herself as a person of mixed race.
'Warped stance on COVID': Fired Alberta Health Services board member calls out Smith

'Warped stance on COVID': Fired Alberta Health Services board member calls out Smith

EDMONTON — A health system leader fired by Premier Danielle Smith has fired back in an open letter, saying her abusive, divisive attacks, blended with “warped” anti-science beliefs, make her a poor excuse for a leader and one literally putting Albert
Quebec man charged with terrorism in Haitian coup plot will fight charges: lawyer

Quebec man charged with terrorism in Haitian coup plot will fight charges: lawyer

MONTREAL — The lawyer for a Quebec man charged with planning a terrorist act to overthrow the Haitian government of Jovenel Moïse said Friday his client intends to fight the charges.