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Homeowner who has children with nut allergies loses fight to remove walnut tree from backyard

A homeowner who has an adult child with a nut allergy has had an application to remove a large walnut tree from the property’s backyard denied by the City of Toronto.

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg's visit inspires Edmonton climate march

A crowd stretching two city blocks is moving through the streets of Edmonton to support Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg's visit to the Alberta capital.
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Swedish activist Greta Thunberg's visit inspires Edmonton climate march

A crowd stretching two city blocks is moving through the streets of Edmonton to support Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg's visit to the Alberta capital.

Alberta teen found guilty of shooting German tourist, leaving him paralyzed

A judge has found a youth guilty of shooting a German tourist in the head on a highway west of Calgary last year.
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Alberta teen found guilty of shooting German tourist, leaving him paralyzed

A judge has found a youth guilty of shooting a German tourist in the head on a highway west of Calgary last year.

Indigenous communities face 'abhorrent' housing conditions, UN report finds

The United Nations' special rapporteur on adequate housing presented a new report to the General Assembly Friday highlighting the struggle of Indigenous communities around the world in attaining safe and secure housing.
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Indigenous communities face 'abhorrent' housing conditions, UN report finds

The United Nations' special rapporteur on adequate housing presented a new report to the General Assembly Friday highlighting the struggle of Indigenous communities around the world in attaining safe and secure housing.

'Entirely untrue': Trudeau pushes back at Scheer's claim that he would hike GST, cut transfers

Offering no evidence to back up his claims, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer today accused the Liberals of planning to team up with the NDP in a governing coalition that would rack up a $40-billion deficit, hike the GST and cut federal transfers to the p
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'Entirely untrue': Trudeau pushes back at Scheer's claim that he would hike GST, cut transfers

Offering no evidence to back up his claims, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer today accused the Liberals of planning to team up with the NDP in a governing coalition that would rack up a $40-billion deficit, hike the GST and cut federal transfers to the provinces and territories.

'Our future is at stake': Greta Thunberg tells climate rally in Edmonton

By foot, by bus and by truck, thousands of Albertans made their way to the provincial legislature grounds in Edmonton, drawn by a 16-year-old Swedish girl who is trying to change the conversation about global warming.
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'Our future is at stake': Greta Thunberg tells climate rally in Edmonton

By foot, by bus and by truck, thousands of Albertans made their way to the provincial legislature grounds in Edmonton, drawn by a 16-year-old Swedish girl who is trying to change the conversation about global warming.

Former student alleging sex assault to file lawsuit against Toronto private school

A former student of an all-boys Catholic school in Toronto alleges in court documents that the bullying and sexual assault he suffered at the hands of his schoolmates left him struggling with depression and severe mental health issues.
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Former student alleging sex assault to file lawsuit against Toronto private school

A former student of an all-boys Catholic school in Toronto alleges in court documents that the bullying and sexual assault he suffered at the hands of his schoolmates left him struggling with depression and severe mental health issues.

'Let the kids play': Ontario school reverses student play policy

A few days after delivering a notice to parents about its playground policy, an Ontario school has reversed its decision about not allowing students to playoutside before the start of class.
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'Let the kids play': Ontario school reverses student play policy

A few days after delivering a notice to parents about its playground policy, an Ontario school has reversed its decision about not allowing students to playoutside before the start of class.

Organizers expect thousands for Edmonton's climate strike with Greta Thunberg

Thousands are expected at the legislature to see Greta Thunberg on Friday and police are trying plan accordingly.
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Organizers expect thousands for Edmonton's climate strike with Greta Thunberg

Thousands are expected at the legislature to see Greta Thunberg on Friday and police are trying plan accordingly.

In swing riding, ex-Liberal Jane Philpott hopes to defy odds and win as Independent

Jane Philpott, who gained political fame for resigning as Liberal cabinet minister over the SNC-Lavalin affair, is hoping to defy the odds and win re-election in her Markham-Stouffville riding as an Independent MP. But will she retain her support of the past
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In swing riding, ex-Liberal Jane Philpott hopes to defy odds and win as Independent

Jane Philpott, who gained political fame for resigning as Liberal cabinet minister over the SNC-Lavalin affair, is hoping to defy the odds and win re-election in her Markham-Stouffville riding as an Independent MP. But will she retain her support of the past, or end up splitting the vote?

More donors, smaller donations: How political fundraising has changed in Canada

The number of Canadians who donate to political parties has steadily increased over the past decade, while the amount of money given by each donor has continued to decline, an analysis of Elections Canada data going back to 2004 has shown.
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More donors, smaller donations: How political fundraising has changed in Canada

The number of Canadians who donate to political parties has steadily increased over the past decade, while the amount of money given by each donor has continued to decline, an analysis of Elections Canada data going back to 2004 has shown.

How the 'Doug Ford strategies' are playing out in the election campaign

With voting day just a weekend away, there are questions about the effectiveness of the Liberal Party's dominant campaign strategy in Ontario: invoking Premier Doug Ford to try to drag down Andrew Scheer's Conservatives. 
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How the 'Doug Ford strategies' are playing out in the election campaign

With voting day just a weekend away, there are questions about the effectiveness of the Liberal Party's dominant campaign strategy in Ontario: invoking Premier Doug Ford to try to drag down Andrew Scheer's Conservatives. 

No, the party with the most seats doesn't always govern

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is incorrect when he says that «whichever party wins the most seats gets to form the government.» His party's messaging has cast a core fact about how the parliamentary system works as a subversion of democracy.
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No, the party with the most seats doesn't always govern

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is incorrect when he says that «whichever party wins the most seats gets to form the government.» His party's messaging has cast a core fact about how the parliamentary system works as a subversion of democracy.

Fewer than 850 irregular border crossers deported, hundreds more in limbo

Multiple options for appeals, diplomatic difficulties and changing global conditions mean only a small fraction of the people who've crossed into Canada from the U.S. between border points to seek asylum here are being deported if they fail to get refugee sta
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Fewer than 850 irregular border crossers deported, hundreds more in limbo

Multiple options for appeals, diplomatic difficulties and changing global conditions mean only a small fraction of the people who've crossed into Canada from the U.S. between border points to seek asylum here are being deported if they fail to get refugee status.

Verdict expected in case of Alberta teen charged with shooting German tourist

An Alberta judge is expected to rule today whether a youth is guilty of shooting a German tourist in the head on a highway west of Calgary last year.
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Verdict expected in case of Alberta teen charged with shooting German tourist

An Alberta judge is expected to rule today whether a youth is guilty of shooting a German tourist in the head on a highway west of Calgary last year.

N.L. government urged to reassess aquaculture expansion after salmon die-off

A prominent conservation group is calling on Newfoundland and Labrador to restart the environmental assessment for a planned aquaculture expansion after more than 2 million salmon recently died in the same company's pens.
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N.L. government urged to reassess aquaculture expansion after salmon die-off

A prominent conservation group is calling on Newfoundland and Labrador to restart the environmental assessment for a planned aquaculture expansion after more than 2 million salmon recently died in the same company's pens.

Teen charged in St. Michael's College School sex assault case will go to trial

A trial date has been set in the case of a teenager charged in connection with the sexual assault of a fellow student at St. Michael's College School.
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Teen charged in St. Michael's College School sex assault case will go to trial

A trial date has been set in the case of a teenager charged in connection with the sexual assault of a fellow student at St. Michael's College School.

Canada Post investigating whether some customer data was compromised in 2017

Canada Post says there has not been a breach of its system, but it has begun to reset passwords for all online customers as it investigates a report that some data may have been compromised in 2017.
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Canada Post investigating whether some customer data was compromised in 2017

Canada Post says there has not been a breach of its system, but it has begun to reset passwords for all online customers as it investigates a report that some data may have been compromised in 2017.

Power outages, fallen trees as Maritimes rocked by strong fall storm

Thousands of Maritimers lost power on Thursday as a slow-moving fall storm crawled through the region, bringing downpours, powerful gusts and downed trees.
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Power outages, fallen trees as Maritimes rocked by strong fall storm

Thousands of Maritimers lost power on Thursday as a slow-moving fall storm crawled through the region, bringing downpours, powerful gusts and downed trees.

Beef recall expands as federal food agency investigation into Toronto slaughterhouse continues

A large recall of raw beef and veal products continued to expand this week with food safety watchdogs in Canada and the United States issuing safety warnings about meat linked to an Ontario company.
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Beef recall expands as federal food agency investigation into Toronto slaughterhouse continues

A large recall of raw beef and veal products continued to expand this week with food safety watchdogs in Canada and the United States issuing safety warnings about meat linked to an Ontario company.

Canada Post resets passwords after customer accounts accessed

Canada Post says it is resetting passwords for all online customer accounts after a report that some were accessed by a person other than the customer to which it belonged.
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Canada Post resets passwords after customer accounts accessed

Canada Post says it is resetting passwords for all online customer accounts after a report that some were accessed by a person other than the customer to which it belonged.

Impostor used fake ID to steal money from Quebec woman's line of credit

A Longueuil, Que., woman is questioning her bank's security measures after a woman posing as her reported her debit card lost, then withdrew $2,500 from her line of credit.
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Impostor used fake ID to steal money from Quebec woman's line of credit

A Longueuil, Que., woman is questioning her bank's security measures after a woman posing as her reported her debit card lost, then withdrew $2,500 from her line of credit.

Alberta truck convoy plans counter-protest to climate rally with Greta Thunberg

A group of oil and gas supporters is planning a counter-rally when Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg shows up at the Alberta legislature tomorrow.
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Alberta truck convoy plans counter-protest to climate rally with Greta Thunberg

A group of oil and gas supporters is planning a counter-rally when Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg shows up at the Alberta legislature tomorrow.

Canada needs an infrastructure overhaul. Can any federal party get it done?

Ambitious infrastructure promises make for good campaign fodder, but recent history suggests that the politicization of the planning process has become a major hurdle to getting projects done.
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Canada needs an infrastructure overhaul. Can any federal party get it done?

Ambitious infrastructure promises make for good campaign fodder, but recent history suggests that the politicization of the planning process has become a major hurdle to getting projects done.

Alberta takes second look at trucking changes after meeting Broncos families

The Alberta government says it will take a second look at training requirements for truck drivers after meeting with Humboldt Broncos families.
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Alberta takes second look at trucking changes after meeting Broncos families

The Alberta government says it will take a second look at training requirements for truck drivers after meeting with Humboldt Broncos families.

Ontario woman upset after daughter's school says students can't play outside before class

An Ontario mom is upset after her daughter’s school restricted outdoor play before class starts in the morning, a restriction the school board says is been temporarily put in place due to soil erosion.
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Ontario woman upset after daughter's school says students can't play outside before class

An Ontario mom is upset after her daughter’s school restricted outdoor play before class starts in the morning, a restriction the school board says is been temporarily put in place due to soil erosion.

More than 300 charges laid, 'kingpin' identified in multi-provincial human trafficking investigation

Police have identified the «kingpin» in a multi-provincial human trafficking and organized crime investigation, which led to more than 300 charges being laid and 31 people taken into custody.
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More than 300 charges laid, 'kingpin' identified in multi-provincial human trafficking investigation

Police have identified the «kingpin» in a multi-provincial human trafficking and organized crime investigation, which led to more than 300 charges being laid and 31 people taken into custody.

British family detained after 'accidentally' crossing border gets deported as video raises new questions

A British family who complained about being unfairly detained in the U.S. after «accidentally» crossing the border from a Vancouver suburb has been deported.
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British family detained after 'accidentally' crossing border gets deported as video raises new questions

A British family who complained about being unfairly detained in the U.S. after «accidentally» crossing the border from a Vancouver suburb has been deported.

Lawyers for 'Snowden refugees' demand Trudeau grant asylum before election

Vanessa Rodel was on Parliament Hill with daughter Keana, begging the federal government to give the same refugee status to the other five, including her daughter's father and two half-siblings, their mother and another man.
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Lawyers for 'Snowden refugees' demand Trudeau grant asylum before election

Vanessa Rodel was on Parliament Hill with daughter Keana, begging the federal government to give the same refugee status to the other five, including her daughter's father and two half-siblings, their mother and another man.

Alberta oil and gas advocates plan counter-protest for Greta Thunberg rally

A group of Alberta oil and gas supporters will hold a counter-protest when climate change activist Greta Thunberg attends a rally in Edmonton on Friday.
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Alberta oil and gas advocates plan counter-protest for Greta Thunberg rally

A group of Alberta oil and gas supporters will hold a counter-protest when climate change activist Greta Thunberg attends a rally in Edmonton on Friday.

1 in 5 homes in Canada bought by newcomers, Royal LePage survey says

A survey released on Wednesday by Royal LePage suggests newcomers to Canada are contributing «significantly» to demand for real estate, with about one in five homes sold to people who've arrived here in the last 10 years.
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1 in 5 homes in Canada bought by newcomers, Royal LePage survey says

A survey released on Wednesday by Royal LePage suggests newcomers to Canada are contributing «significantly» to demand for real estate, with about one in five homes sold to people who've arrived here in the last 10 years.

Quebec provincial police make arrests in 4 Mafia killings

Quebec provincial police have arrested three men and a woman in connection with the deaths of four known organized crime members, in a series of raids Wednesday targetting the province's criminal underworld.
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Quebec provincial police make arrests in 4 Mafia killings

Quebec provincial police have arrested three men and a woman in connection with the deaths of four known organized crime members, in a series of raids Wednesday targetting the province's criminal underworld.

Scheer promises $20,000 fines for politicians who violate ethics laws

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today that a government led by him would introduce penalties for politicians found to have violated the Conflict of Interest Act.
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Scheer promises $20,000 fines for politicians who violate ethics laws

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today that a government led by him would introduce penalties for politicians found to have violated the Conflict of Interest Act.

Activist Greta Thunberg arrives in Alberta ahead of climate strike at legislature

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has followed through on her pledge to visit the heartland of Canada's oil and gas industry, showing up in downtown Calgary on Wednesday and planning to join a climate strike at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on Fr
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Activist Greta Thunberg arrives in Alberta ahead of climate strike at legislature

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has followed through on her pledge to visit the heartland of Canada's oil and gas industry, showing up in downtown Calgary on Wednesday and planning to join a climate strike at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on Friday.

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