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Liberals aim to find common ground when Parliament resumes next week

Liberals aim to find common ground when Parliament resumes next week

WINNIPEG — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hoping to apply the same spirit of solidarity that saw Canadians pull together during recent disasters to get things done in a minority Parliament.
Parks Canada says no to gondola proposed from Banff townsite to Mount Norquay

Parks Canada says no to gondola proposed from Banff townsite to Mount Norquay

BANFF, Alta. — Parks Canada has rejected a proposed gondola to take skiers and hikers from the Banff townsite to the summit at the Mount Norquay ski resort.
Lineups form outside grocery stores in St. John's, N.L., on 5th day of emergency

Lineups form outside grocery stores in St. John's, N.L., on 5th day of emergency

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Emptying kitchen cupboards were restocked in St. John's, N.L., on Tuesday, as residents lined up at grocery stores open for the first time since last week's massive blizzard.
Prison service trying to better understand the needs of black offenders

Prison service trying to better understand the needs of black offenders

OTTAWA — Canada's prison service is working to better understand the needs of black offenders, a community that is second only to Indigenous people when it comes to overrepresentation in federal custody The Correctional Service of Canada has begun to

Quebec to comply with ruling that struck down assisted death provisions

QUEBEC — The Quebec government will comply with a court ruling striking down parts of its medical aid in dying legislation, the province's health and justice ministers announced Tuesday.
Malaysia returns 150 containers of garbage, including 11 to Canada

Malaysia returns 150 containers of garbage, including 11 to Canada

OTTAWA — The Malaysian government sent 11 shipping containers of plastic garbage back to Canada recently as the country takes a hard stand to try to keep illegal foreign waste from its shores.
A look at some of the victims of the Iran plane crash who had roots in Canada

A look at some of the victims of the Iran plane crash who had roots in Canada

Dozens of people with ties to Canada were among the 176 who were killed when Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 crashed after takeoff near Tehran, Iran.
Charest bows out of Tory race, citing rules of contest and changed party

Charest bows out of Tory race, citing rules of contest and changed party

MONTREAL — Former Quebec premier Jean Charest announced Tuesday that he will not seek the federal Conservative leadership, citing the short timeline of the race and a party that has undergone "deep changes" since he left it.
Canada to start ratifying new NAFTA next week following U.S. approval: Trudeau

Canada to start ratifying new NAFTA next week following U.S. approval: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Canada will move swiftly next week to formally approve North America's new, long-delayed free trade pact, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday. The government will introduce a motion to apply some of its elements Jan.
Trudeau stays mum on Sussexes' security costs as Harry returns to B.C.

Trudeau stays mum on Sussexes' security costs as Harry returns to B.C.

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has refused to say who will cover security costs for Prince Harry and his family while they are in Canada.