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As Bombardier founders, Quebec's aerospace industry grows up

There was a time when the fates of Quebec's aerospace industry and Bombardier were intimately linked. But the Bombardier-Airbus deal suggests that may no longer be the case. The aerospace industry may finally have to fly on its own.

Partial rail blockade in support of Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs erected in Saskatoon

At around 1 p.m. demonstrators from Saskatoon gathered at the rail lines near Avenue J South, holding signs, placing pallets on both sides of the track and establishing a small camp of roughly 20 people beside the rail line.
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Partial rail blockade in support of Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs erected in Saskatoon

At around 1 p.m. demonstrators from Saskatoon gathered at the rail lines near Avenue J South, holding signs, placing pallets on both sides of the track and establishing a small camp of roughly 20 people beside the rail line.

Security company says guard who blocked CBC News camera was 'instructed by the PC party'

The company that employed the security guard seen blocking a CBC News reporter's camera during a live television report outside the Ontario Progressive Conservative policy convention is speaking out, saying the guard took instructions directly from party
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Security company says guard who blocked CBC News camera was 'instructed by the PC party'

The company that employed the security guard seen blocking a CBC News reporter's camera during a live television report outside the Ontario Progressive Conservative policy convention is speaking out, saying the guard took instructions directly from party officials.

Boy injured in arrest at mall in Nova Scotia; mom says race a factor

Two officers have been placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of an investigation into the arrest of a 15-year-old boy in Bedford, N.S., on Friday night.
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Boy injured in arrest at mall in Nova Scotia; mom says race a factor

Two officers have been placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of an investigation into the arrest of a 15-year-old boy in Bedford, N.S., on Friday night.

Emergency backup goalie David Ayres steals show in Canes' win over Leafs

Emergency backup goalie David Ayers earned his first career NHL win in relief and Warren Foegele scored twice as Carolina picked up an improbable 6-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday after the Hurricanes lost netminders James Reimer and Petr M
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Emergency backup goalie David Ayres steals show in Canes' win over Leafs

Emergency backup goalie David Ayers earned his first career NHL win in relief and Warren Foegele scored twice as Carolina picked up an improbable 6-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday after the Hurricanes lost netminders James Reimer and Petr Mrazek to injury.

Fraser Health advises local school districts about contacts of latest B.C. coronavirus case

Health officials in B.C.'s Fraser Valley say contacts of the latest presumptive case of coronavirus in the province may have attended school in Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and the Tri-Cities, but that there is no public health risk in the region.
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Fraser Health advises local school districts about contacts of latest B.C. coronavirus case

Health officials in B.C.'s Fraser Valley say contacts of the latest presumptive case of coronavirus in the province may have attended school in Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and the Tri-Cities, but that there is no public health risk in the region.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford kicks off re-election campaign at PC policy convention

Ontario Premier Doug Ford kicked off his re-election campaign on Saturday night, a move he makes more than two years ahead of the next provincial election and on the same day union activists vowed to fight his government ahead of that vote.
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Ontario Premier Doug Ford kicks off re-election campaign at PC policy convention

Ontario Premier Doug Ford kicked off his re-election campaign on Saturday night, a move he makes more than two years ahead of the next provincial election and on the same day union activists vowed to fight his government ahead of that vote.

'I loved the game, but the game didn't love me': How hockey shaped one of NHL's first black players on and off the ice

Bernie Saunders played 10 games for the Quebec Nordiques, but he and others say his career would have been longer if he wasn’t black.
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'I loved the game, but the game didn't love me': How hockey shaped one of NHL's first black players on and off the ice

Bernie Saunders played 10 games for the Quebec Nordiques, but he and others say his career would have been longer if he wasn’t black.

Blockade near Belleville, Ont. remains day after Trudeau calls for dismantling

One day after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for rail blockades across the country to be taken down, little has changed at a demonstration near Belleville, Ont. as disruptions to train service near their third week.
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Blockade near Belleville, Ont. remains day after Trudeau calls for dismantling

One day after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for rail blockades across the country to be taken down, little has changed at a demonstration near Belleville, Ont. as disruptions to train service near their third week.

Another rail blockade springs up in Saskatoon

Another rail-line protest has sprung up in Saskatoon today, even after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ordered all blockades along transportation routes dismantled.
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Another rail blockade springs up in Saskatoon

Another rail-line protest has sprung up in Saskatoon today, even after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ordered all blockades along transportation routes dismantled.

Doug Ford kicks off his 2022 re-election campaign

Ontario Premier Doug Ford kicked off his re-election campaign on Saturday night, a move he makes more than two years ahead of the next provincial election and on the same day union activists vowed to fight his government ahead of that vote.
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Doug Ford kicks off his 2022 re-election campaign

Ontario Premier Doug Ford kicked off his re-election campaign on Saturday night, a move he makes more than two years ahead of the next provincial election and on the same day union activists vowed to fight his government ahead of that vote.

N.L. government seeks feedback on crop damage from munching moose

The government of Newfoundland and Labrador is holding consultations as it reviews a policy regarding night-time crop damage from hungry moose.
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N.L. government seeks feedback on crop damage from munching moose

The government of Newfoundland and Labrador is holding consultations as it reviews a policy regarding night-time crop damage from hungry moose.

Ontario town has plan to keep local residents informed about people from cruise ship in quarantine

The mayor of the eastern Ontario city hosting Canadian cruise passengers repatriated from Japan after COVID-19 was detected on their ship promises to keep residents calm and informed throughout the quarantine.
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Ontario town has plan to keep local residents informed about people from cruise ship in quarantine

The mayor of the eastern Ontario city hosting Canadian cruise passengers repatriated from Japan after COVID-19 was detected on their ship promises to keep residents calm and informed throughout the quarantine.

Devin Heroux's ode to curling: Canada's quirky, connected, lovable sport

It’s Curling Day in Canada, a chance to reflect on all the greats who have played the game over the years, celebrate those in the midst of their granite odyssey and spark dreams for the next wave of curlers.
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Devin Heroux's ode to curling: Canada's quirky, connected, lovable sport

It’s Curling Day in Canada, a chance to reflect on all the greats who have played the game over the years, celebrate those in the midst of their granite odyssey and spark dreams for the next wave of curlers.

Ontario labour groups protest Doug Ford cuts outside PC provincial convention

Labour activists are holding a demonstration outside the Ontario Progressive Conservative convention in Niagara Falls on Saturday to protest cuts made by Premier Doug Ford's government.
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Ontario labour groups protest Doug Ford cuts outside PC provincial convention

Labour activists are holding a demonstration outside the Ontario Progressive Conservative convention in Niagara Falls on Saturday to protest cuts made by Premier Doug Ford's government.

Report finds L'Arche founder Jean Vanier sexually abused 6 women

During the inquiry, six adult, non-disabled women said Vanier had engaged in sexual relations with them as they were seeking spiritual direction.
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Report finds L'Arche founder Jean Vanier sexually abused 6 women

During the inquiry, six adult, non-disabled women said Vanier had engaged in sexual relations with them as they were seeking spiritual direction.

Suspect steals float plane, crashes it into another aircraft: police

As Vancouver police investigate a bizarre incident that saw a man commandeer a floatplane, veteran pilots say the man is lucky he didn’t manage to get the aircraft off the water.
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Suspect steals float plane, crashes it into another aircraft: police

As Vancouver police investigate a bizarre incident that saw a man commandeer a floatplane, veteran pilots say the man is lucky he didn’t manage to get the aircraft off the water.

Trudeau says rail barricades 'need to come down now,' rules out sending in soldiers to restore rail service

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that while Canadians have been patient with protests that have blocked rail traffic in parts of the country, the situation is «unacceptable and untenable» and the barricades must come down but the army wou
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Trudeau says rail barricades 'need to come down now,' rules out sending in soldiers to restore rail service

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that while Canadians have been patient with protests that have blocked rail traffic in parts of the country, the situation is «unacceptable and untenable» and the barricades must come down but the army would not be used to make that happen.

'The barricades need to come down now,' Trudeau says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that while Canadians have been patient with protests that have blocked rail traffic in parts of the country, the situation is «unacceptable and untenable» and the barricades must come down.
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'The barricades need to come down now,' Trudeau says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that while Canadians have been patient with protests that have blocked rail traffic in parts of the country, the situation is «unacceptable and untenable» and the barricades must come down.

Trudeau convenes meeting with key cabinet ministers, will hold news conference on blockades

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is huddled with key cabinet ministers in Ottawa this morning as the government looks for a way to end a rail blockade that has gone on for more than two weeks with no clear end in sight.
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Trudeau convenes meeting with key cabinet ministers, will hold news conference on blockades

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is huddled with key cabinet ministers in Ottawa this morning as the government looks for a way to end a rail blockade that has gone on for more than two weeks with no clear end in sight.

Wet'suwet'en chiefs to spend Friday with Mohawk supporters in Ontario

A group of hereditary leaders from the Wet'suwet'en Nation in British Columbia is to spend the day with Mohawk supporters in Ontario.
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Wet'suwet'en chiefs to spend Friday with Mohawk supporters in Ontario

A group of hereditary leaders from the Wet'suwet'en Nation in British Columbia is to spend the day with Mohawk supporters in Ontario.

Charter flight carrying quarantined cruise passengers lands at CFB Trenton

A charter plane carrying more than 200 Canadian passengers from the Diamond Princess has landed at CFB Trenton in Ontario.
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Charter flight carrying quarantined cruise passengers lands at CFB Trenton

A charter plane carrying more than 200 Canadian passengers from the Diamond Princess has landed at CFB Trenton in Ontario.

B.C. reveals 6th presumptive coronavirus case

A sixth person in B.C. is believed to be infected with the coronavirus, and the case is raising new questions about how the disease is spreading, health officials announced Thursday.
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B.C. reveals 6th presumptive coronavirus case

A sixth person in B.C. is believed to be infected with the coronavirus, and the case is raising new questions about how the disease is spreading, health officials announced Thursday.

Government asking for an extra $2.1 billion for Indigenous programs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is asking Parliament to spend an additional $2.1 billion on Indigenous programs and initiatives, above and beyond what MPs already have approved.
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Government asking for an extra $2.1 billion for Indigenous programs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is asking Parliament to spend an additional $2.1 billion on Indigenous programs and initiatives, above and beyond what MPs already have approved.

Be warned, Conservatives: a failed leadership bid is not a career-builder

The fate of the contestants in the 2017 Conservative race show that losing a leadership bid is no way to burnish your resume.
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Be warned, Conservatives: a failed leadership bid is not a career-builder

The fate of the contestants in the 2017 Conservative race show that losing a leadership bid is no way to burnish your resume.

Metis travellers retracing historic route via dog sleds and horse-drawn carts

A group of Metis travellers have embarked on a journey 150 years in the making to honour the man considered a founding father of Manitoba.
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Metis travellers retracing historic route via dog sleds and horse-drawn carts

A group of Metis travellers have embarked on a journey 150 years in the making to honour the man considered a founding father of Manitoba.

'We'd like to get justice': Siblings of man fatally shot by RCMP call for charges

Family members of Kyaw Din, a Maple Ridge man who was shot and killed by RCMP in 2019, are calling for the officers involved to be charged.
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'We'd like to get justice': Siblings of man fatally shot by RCMP call for charges

Family members of Kyaw Din, a Maple Ridge man who was shot and killed by RCMP in 2019, are calling for the officers involved to be charged.

Police deliver injunction to demonstrators blocking rail tracks in Saint-Lambert

Police have served protesters blocking rail tracks south of Montreal with an injunction demanding they dismantle their barricades.
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Police deliver injunction to demonstrators blocking rail tracks in Saint-Lambert

Police have served protesters blocking rail tracks south of Montreal with an injunction demanding they dismantle their barricades.

B.C. RCMP say they'll leave outpost on Wet'suwet'en territory if road is kept clear

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says he's hopeful the RCMP's offer to leave their outpost on Wet'suwet'en territory in northern B.C. will lead to the barricades coming down, as talks continue to try and defuse the rail blockades crippling the country's
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B.C. RCMP say they'll leave outpost on Wet'suwet'en territory if road is kept clear

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says he's hopeful the RCMP's offer to leave their outpost on Wet'suwet'en territory in northern B.C. will lead to the barricades coming down, as talks continue to try and defuse the rail blockades crippling the country's rail network.

Canadian travellers, stranded on Cuban island after airport closure, return to Toronto

Canadian travellers stranded on a small island off Cuba due to the sudden closure of the local airport have returned to Toronto.
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Canadian travellers, stranded on Cuban island after airport closure, return to Toronto

Canadian travellers stranded on a small island off Cuba due to the sudden closure of the local airport have returned to Toronto.

Ontario teachers plan massive protest at legislature for joint provincewide strike

Ontario's public school teachers are planning a massive protest at the legislature Friday as they're set to hold a joint, provincewide strike.
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Ontario teachers plan massive protest at legislature for joint provincewide strike

Ontario's public school teachers are planning a massive protest at the legislature Friday as they're set to hold a joint, provincewide strike.

'We're good to go': Canadian cruise ship passengers take off from Japan

After two weeks under quarantine aboard a cruise ship docked in Japan, Canadians are now on on a government-chartered flight home.
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'We're good to go': Canadian cruise ship passengers take off from Japan

After two weeks under quarantine aboard a cruise ship docked in Japan, Canadians are now on on a government-chartered flight home.

Teen injured after B.C. house party sues; could hosts be held liable?

The potentially precedent-setting case will examine the question of social host liability when teens are drinking at someone's home.
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Teen injured after B.C. house party sues; could hosts be held liable?

The potentially precedent-setting case will examine the question of social host liability when teens are drinking at someone's home.

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