Hundreds line up for groceries in St. John's after storm

Hundreds line up for groceries in St. John's after storm

Grocery stores in St. John's, N.L., were permitted to open Tuesday for the first time since last Friday's record-breaking blizzard. Newfoundland and Labrador's capital has been under a state of emergency since Friday as the city, province and Arme...
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Foreign affairs minister explains why coronavirus infected Canadians cannot return home

Foreign affairs minister explains why coronavirus infected Canadians cannot return home

Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne explains why Canadians who were infected with the novel coronavirus on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship cannot return home with their fellow passengers.
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Conservatives call for federal action on blockades

Conservatives call for federal action on blockades

During the daily question period in the House of Commons, the federal Conservatives decried layoffs resulting from blockades that have disrupted rail traffic, hurting businesses across the country. They want the government to direct police to step...
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Run the numbers before you adopt a dog

Run the numbers before you adopt a dog

Dog owners are cautioning prospective dog owners to consider the numerous expenses involved with adopting a dog beforehand.
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Ontario admits new plate visibility is a problem

Ontario admits new plate visibility is a problem

Premier Doug Ford's government says it's working with the manufacturer of its new licence plates to address an issue that makes them difficult to read in the dark.
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Alberta premier frustrated over ongoing pipeline blockades

Alberta premier frustrated over ongoing pipeline blockades

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says the federal government is creating anarchy by not dealing with ongoing protests that have disrupted rail and road traffic across the country. Kenney once again noted that the vast majority of people in the Wet’suw...
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Singh calls for action on blockades; Trudeau acknowledges economic impact

Singh calls for action on blockades; Trudeau acknowledges economic impact

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is admonishing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for a lack of leadership in dealing with the crisis caused by ongoing blockade protests related to the LNG pipeline project, and put forward his own suggestions for how to deal ...
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Opposition, environment groups warn of new Trans Mountain costs

Opposition, environment groups warn of new Trans Mountain costs

Environmental groups and three opposition parties say the price of the Trans Mountain pipeline is going up. The federal government bought the existing oil pipeline between Alberta and the B.C. coast, and an unfinished plan to twin it, for $4.5 bil...
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Tory MP says Trudeau risks violence by not calling on the Mounties to remove barricades

Tory MP says Trudeau risks violence by not calling on the Mounties to remove barricades

Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre says he’s worried that the Trudeau government is running the risk of violence by not moving quickly to remove barricades that have been set up in support of a pipeline protest in British Columbia. Poilievre warns t...
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Virologist: Tokyo Olympics probably couldn't be held now

Virologist: Tokyo Olympics probably couldn't be held now

A respected Japanese virologist said if the Tokyo Olympics were tomorrow, the games probably couldn't be held because of the fast-spreading virus from Wuhan, China.
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Freeland blasts Tories, thanks NDP on new NAFTA

Freeland blasts Tories, thanks NDP on new NAFTA

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has offered effusive thanks to New Democrats and stinging criticism of the Conservatives after the NDP supported the minority Liberal government's efforts to more speedily ratify the new North American trade...
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Prison watchdog protests 'culture of impunity'

Prison watchdog protests 'culture of impunity'

Canada's prison watchdog is raising concerns about the safety, rights and human dignity of prisoners in Canada's federal corrections system, issues he says stem from a workplace culture in the Correctional Service of Canada that has become "highly...
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Conservatives press Liberals on protest blockades

Conservatives press Liberals on protest blockades

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer repeatedly pressed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take bolder action Tuesday to end anti-pipeline blockades, saying they have no real connection to the wishes of the Wet'suwet'en in British Columbia. Trudeau say...
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Climate change concerns prompt more youths to go vegan

Climate change concerns prompt more youths to go vegan

According to a 2018 Dalhousie University study, people under the age of 35 are three times more likely to consider themselves vegetarian or vegan than people 49 or older.
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Trudeau, Singh call out Scheer over blockade comments

Trudeau, Singh call out Scheer over blockade comments

Andrew Scheer's calls for the police to break Indigenous blockades raised in protest of a B.C. natural-gas pipeline were so off-base that he couldn't be included in a meeting of federal party leaders discussing the issue, Prime Minister Justin Tru...
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Former Canadian Forces reservist and alleged neo-Nazi pleads not guilty in U.S.

Former Canadian Forces reservist and alleged neo-Nazi pleads not guilty in U.S.

Former Canadian Forces reservist and alleged neo-Nazi Patrik Mathews has pleaded not guilty to weapons charges in a U.S. courtroom. Mathews, one of three men charged as part of an FBI investigation into a white-supremacy group known as The Base, i...
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Health minister visits quarantine at CFB Trenton

Health minister visits quarantine at CFB Trenton

The efforts of military and civilian personnel helping with the quarantine of more than 400 people at an Ontario military base are a sign of Canadians' unity, Health Minister Patty Hajdu said in nearby Belleville Tuesday. The Canadians and relativ...
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N.L. Premier Dwight Ball discusses decision to step down

N.L. Premier Dwight Ball discusses decision to step down

Dwight Ball announced his intention to step down as premier of Newfoundland and Labrador in a surprise video released Monday night. In an interview, the premier of more than four years said his decision was his choice alone out of a desire to spen...
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Pipeline opposition, blockades speak to broader need for reconciliation: Chiefs

Pipeline opposition, blockades speak to broader need for reconciliation: Chiefs

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde and Mohawk leaders from Ontario and Quebec said Tuesday that the national crisis involving a natural-gas pipeline in B.C. and associated blockades across the country speak to Canada’s broad...
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Business leaders call for urgent action on rail blockade

Business leaders call for urgent action on rail blockade

Business groups are calling on the government to resolve the anti-pipeline blockades of Canadian rail lines. Dennis Darby, head of Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, says hundreds of millions of dollars of goods are getting backed up daily and ...
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Trudeau wants quick, peaceful resolution to pipeline protests

Trudeau wants quick, peaceful resolution to pipeline protests

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau emerged from a meeting with members of his cabinet on Monday speaking of his desire to find a quick and peaceful resolution to anti-pipeline protests that have disrupted rail service in Canada. Yet while Trudeau also ...
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Mill closure in rural Nova Scotia sparks fears of fallout for forestry industry

Mill closure in rural Nova Scotia sparks fears of fallout for forestry industry

In Nova Scotia's rural counties there's growing fears over whether people working the woods can survive the closure of the Northern Pulp mill near Pictou, N.S. The mill was mothballed last month after the Liberal government declined to extend a de...
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Catherine Reitman says there's a 'real hunger' for shows like the CBC comedy series 'Workin' Moms'

Catherine Reitman says there's a 'real hunger' for shows like the CBC comedy series 'Workin' Moms'

Catherine Reitman says there's a 'real hunger' for shows like the CBC comedy series 'Workin' Moms,' which enters its fourth season Tuesday. Reitman created and stars in the series, which follows a group of mothers balancing their careers and famil...
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Five things to watch for in Canadian business, week of Feb. 17th

Five things to watch for in Canadian business, week of Feb. 17th

The CRTC will hold hearings on mobile wireless services, starting on Tuesday. The regulator will hear arguments from various stakeholders regarding the wholesale rates charged by the largest telecom companies to smaller players.
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Indigenous Services Minister says talks with pipeline protesters led to ‘modest progress’

Indigenous Services Minister says talks with pipeline protesters led to ‘modest progress’

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller said he’d made ‘modest’ progress with protesters after having difficult conversations about the protest of a pipeline crossing Wet’suwet’en traditional territory in B.C. He wouldn’t go into detail about the...
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