Pipeline purchase ‘one irritant’ but feds need B.C. onside for climate plan

Even as they continue to agree to disagree on the Trans Mountain pipeline extension, Justin Trudeau’s federal Liberals and John…

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Tesla wins case against Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates

Tesla Motors Canada has won its case against the Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates. “We’re pleased with the Court’s…

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Scheer firm on leaving abortion debate closed ahead of party policy vote on the subject

The abortion debate has divided Canadians for decades, especially within the Conservative Party, and that’s precisely why Andrew Scheer says he’s staunchly…

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Suspects arrested after shooting, police chase in northeast Edmonton

Three people are in custody after a high-speed chase during rush hour on Wayne Gretzky Drive Wednesday. Police got a call…

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Ottawa deploys 200 troops to B.C. to help with wildfire fight

Ottawa is sending in the Armed Forces as B.C. deals with yet another destructive wildfire season that’s forced thousands of…

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How a team of MUN students hopes to help a boy with cerebral palsy hold his head high

Mat Squires has a devilish sense of humour, loves ice cream sandwiches and lives with cerebral palsy. Because of his…

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De Grasse out for rest of track season with 2nd hamstring injury

Andre De Grasse, whose sprint title reign in the 100 and 200 metres at the Canadian track and field championships ended…

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4 people safely rescued after abandoning fishing vessel off St. John’s

Four people have been safely rescued from a life-raft after abandoning their fishing vessel that caught fire off the coast of…

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Recent shootings leave cities across Canada reeling

Welcome to The National Today newsletter, which takes a closer look at what’s happening around some of the day’s most notable stories.…

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‘It’s not getting worse’: Floodwaters begin to recede in Slave Lake area

Floodwaters have begun to recede in the Slave Lake area after a powerful storm washed out roads, uprooted trees and…

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