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12th Dec 2017 Quebec jurist Richard Wagner named next Supreme Court chief justice
Quebec jurist Richard Wagner has been named the next chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. ...

12th Dec 2017 Budget watchdog details millions in potential GST revenues on carbon pricing
A new report from Parliament's budget watchdog says carbon pricing in four provinces could net the federal government more than $500 million over two years in GST revenues. ...

12th Dec 2017 Halifax fire department admits to systemic gender discrimination
The City of Halifax and the Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency Service have admitted to historic systemic gender discrimination against female firefighters and will apologize to former firefighter Li...

12th Dec 2017 On monorails, hyperloops and other wild ideas to get from Montreal to Quebec City
Premier Philippe Couillard wants a high-speed link between Quebec's two biggest cities, but what would that look like? Here's an overview of some of the more outlandish ideas. ...

12th Dec 2017 Couple makes history by commanding same Canadian navy ship
Victoria and Chris Devita say they're in the same boat as many other married couples trying to strike a balance between work and family. There's just one big difference: the Devitas' boat is a warship...

12th Dec 2017 Justin Trudeau's Liberals win byelections again where it matters most
The Conservatives picked up support in three of four byelections, but the Liberals won the kind of seat that will decide the next federal election in 2019. ...

12th Dec 2017 Hamilton MP uses 'Good Samaritan' memorial to fire criticisms at police and councillors
Mayor Fred Eisenberger called comments about local police funding made by a Hamilton MP at a homicide memorial last weekend ?totally outrageous? and ?inappropriate.? ...

12th Dec 2017 Fort McKay First Nation opposes oilsands project in 'cultural heartland'
An Alberta First Nation with a long history of working closely with oilsands companies says it plans to defend its "key cultural heartland" from a Calgary-based energy company that wants to develop a ...

12th Dec 2017 Federal end-of-life health bill to improve care for dying Canadians
A private member's bill is about to become law and its goal is to make end-of-life health care better for Canadians from coast to coast. ...

12th Dec 2017 Halifax fire department admits to systemic gender discrimination
The City of Halifax and the Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency Service have admitted to historic systemic gender discrimination against female firefighters and will apologize to former firefighter Li...

12th Dec 2017 Quebec's new basic income plan has proponents dreaming big, others skeptical
The Quebec government has taken a "positive first step" toward a universal basic income with its commitment to provide a set amount of money to those unable to work, says one proponent of the idea. Ot...

12th Dec 2017 How a teddy bear received an honorary degree and why his work for Indigenous children still isn't done
For more than 10 years now, a teddy bear from Prince George, B.C., has been a symbol of the need to focus on children rather than politics, when it comes to looking after Indigenous youth in Canada. A...

12th Dec 2017 'I didn't appreciate being played with,' says ex-student of now-jailed teacher who lured her for sex
Former Edmonton teacher Paul Martial is now serving a 10-year prison sentence for the long-term sexual abuse of a onetime student. In a three-hour police interview videotaped three years ago, she deta...

12th Dec 2017 Uber says 815,000 Canadians affected by data breach as investigation launched
Uber Canada said late Monday that 815,000 Canadian riders and drivers may have been affected as part of its worldwide data breach announced in November. ...

12th Dec 2017 Her ex-boyfriend went to jail for raping and beating her. Now she sees him right next door
Two women with stories of suffering the scars of intimate partner violence say something has to change before it's too late. ...

11th Dec 2017 MP David Sweet says daughter's death taught him about 'wounded healers'
On the surface, Lara Sweet was the opposite of her dad: purple haired, tattooed, feisty, rebellious. But MP David Sweet says he's carrying on a message from her death. ...

10th Dec 2017 Some patients pay thousands while others nothing at all in 'medical postal code lottery'
A hearing-impaired Calgary man is travelling to Austria to get a life-changing medical device surgically implanted that will help him hear clearly for the first time. Because the Alberta government wo...

11th Dec 2017 B.C. government to go ahead with Site C hydroelectric dam project
?Calling it a "difficult decision," the B.C. government has decided to go ahead with the controversial Site C hydroelectric dam, paving the way for work to restart. ...

11th Dec 2017 Liberals win 3 of 4 federal byelections, nab seat from Tories in B.C.
The federal Liberals went into Monday?s four federal byelections holding two of the four seats that were up for grabs but walked away with three, delivering a blow to the Conservatives for the second ...

11th Dec 2017 Ottawa reaches deal with provinces, territories on pot tax
Finance Minister Bill Morneau has worked out a deal on sharing pot tax revenues with the provinces, and says legal marijuana will be competitively priced at about $10 a gram to shut down the black mar...

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