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N.S. government to return to talks with Crowns, as controversial law paused

N.S. government to return to talks with Crowns, as controversial law paused

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's Liberal government held off Friday on enacting legislation that would have put striking Crowns back to work, promising to return to talks in a dispute that's disrupted the province's justice system.

Ottawa ordered to pay $1.12M in legal fees for segregation class action

TORONTO — The federal government has been ordered to pay $1.12 million in legal fees for a segregation class action in a judgment critical of Ottawa's arguments for paying less.
Life after losing: electoral defeat brings whole new set of challenges

Life after losing: electoral defeat brings whole new set of challenges

OTTAWA — Brian Murphy barely had time to process losing his seat in the 2011 federal election before the House of Commons wrote to ask if he wanted it back. There was a catch, however: it would cost him.

Infant formula recalled due to possible Cronobacter contamination

OTTAWA — Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. is recalling Kirkland Signature brand Non-GMO Infant Formula for Babies Sensitive to Lactose due to possible contamination by Cronobacter bacteria.

Worker at Calgary assisted-living home stabbed to death, client arrested

Calgary police say an 18-year-old local man has been charged with second degree murder after his caseworker at an assisted-living residence was stabbed to death. Officers were called to the home in southwest Calgary about 2:45 a.m.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $15 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $15 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. The jackpot for the next Lotto Max draw on Oct. 29 will be approximately $20 million. The Canadian Press

Court turfs lawsuit alleging B.C. foreign buyers tax discriminates

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit claiming the province's foreign buyers tax is unconstitutional and discriminates against people from Asia. A previous B.C.
Activist Greta Thunberg says adults must protect kids from climate change

Activist Greta Thunberg says adults must protect kids from climate change

VANCOUVER — Swedish activist Greta Thunberg says those in power need to realize what they are doing to future generations through climate change because if adults really loved children, they would ensure they have a safe future.
A list of actions being taken on climate change around the world

A list of actions being taken on climate change around the world

VANCOUVER — Fifteen young Canadians are suing the federal government over climate change. It's not the first climate change litigation.
Youths file lawsuit with Federal Court calling Ottawa to develop climate plan

Youths file lawsuit with Federal Court calling Ottawa to develop climate plan

VANCOUVER — A young plaintiff in a lawsuit against the federal government says she has suffered the debilitating consequences of Lyme disease because climate change has expanded the habitat of disease-carrying ticks.