Liberals promise to repeal restriction on charities’ political activity

The Liberal government is headed to court to defend a part of the Income Tax Act that limits the political…

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Candidate seeks injunction to delay Ontario’s plans to slash Toronto city council

A lawyer vying for a spot on Toronto city council is taking legal action to delay Ontario’s plans to redraw the city’s political map. …

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New Keystone XL route in Nebraska gets environmental OK

A new planned route for TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline through Nebraska would not have a major impact on the state’s…

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Expos great Vladimir Guerrero inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

During his 16-year career, Vladimir Guerrero rarely left fans wanting more, although his speech on Sunday as he was inducted…

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Robert Latimer, convicted of killing his disabled daughter, applies for pardon

Robert Latimer is applying to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould for either a pardon or a new trial…

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Dozens of ‘optimistic’ volunteers resume search for 3 missing boaters near Tofino

Dozens of volunteers have resumed the search for three missing people off the coast of Vancouver Island. The boaters disappeared when a small boat…

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Former Jay Kelly Gruber makes ‘inappropriate’ comments toward female panel host

The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame removed former Blue Jays third baseman Kelly Gruber from its induction weekend festivities Friday…

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Kevin Tierney, producer of Bon Cop, Bad Cop, dead at 67

Kevin Tierney, a pioneering Montreal film producer and writer and the maker Bon Cop, Bad Cop, has died. He was 67. Tierney…

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15-year-old girl seriously injured after collision in southeast Edmonton

A 15-year-old girl was rushed to hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle Tuesday evening, police said. A witness…

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Edmontonians learn about boosting innovation, reducing stigma in pot industry at CannabisCon

It’s not your grandparents’ weed industry. Times have changed since baby boomers rolled their first joints — and they’ll continue to…

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