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Trudeau stays mum on Sussexes' security costs as Harry returns to B.C.

Trudeau stays mum on Sussexes' security costs as Harry returns to B.C.

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has refused to say who will cover security costs for Prince Harry and his family while they are in Canada.
Canada brings home first plane-crash victim, pushes Iran to respect families

Canada brings home first plane-crash victim, pushes Iran to respect families

OTTAWA — The first body of a Canadian who died in the Tehran plane crash has come home, the country's foreign minister said Tuesday, as the government pushed Iran to respect the wishes of family members who want their loved ones buried in Canada.
Allegations against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou not fraud in Canada: defence

Allegations against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou not fraud in Canada: defence

VANCOUVER — Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou should not be extradited to the United States to face fraud charges because her alleged misconduct doesn't amount to fraud in Canada, says her lawyer.

Names in the mix: a list of potential Conservative leadership contenders

OTTAWA — The Conservative leadership race is underway and the deadline to register as a candidate and meet the first round of requirements is Feb. 27.
It was heralded as one of Quebec City's earliest fortifications, but was it?

It was heralded as one of Quebec City's earliest fortifications, but was it?

MONTREAL — It was heralded in 2018 as a major historic find: a 15-metre segment of a wood palisade, built in 1693 by French troops and settlers to protect against attacks from British and Indigenous groups.
Toronto cop who shot teen Sammy Yatim on empty streetcar gets full parole

Toronto cop who shot teen Sammy Yatim on empty streetcar gets full parole

TORONTO — A police officer who fatally shot a distraught teenager on an empty Toronto streetcar more than six years ago has been granted full parole, with officials noting his progress reintegrating into society.
Tax revolt? Taxes energy companies owe Alberta municipalities more than double

Tax revolt? Taxes energy companies owe Alberta municipalities more than double

The amount of unpaid property taxes that oil and gas companies owe Alberta rural municipalities has more than doubled over the last year, a trend some are calling a tax revolt.

Jewish group fails to stop postal union lawsuit over pro-terrorism comments

TORONTO — A Jewish activist group has lost its bid to block a defamation suit from one of the country's leading public-sector unions, which took exception to suggestions it supports Palestinian terrorist causes.
Canada, allies push Iran to co-operate on Ukraine plane's black boxes

Canada, allies push Iran to co-operate on Ukraine plane's black boxes

OTTAWA — Canada and its allies are pushing Iran to move the black boxes from the Ukrainian jetliner it shot down to a facility that can quickly download its crucial flight data.
St. John's still digging out and James Dean back to life; In The News for Jan. 21

St. John's still digging out and James Dean back to life; In The News for Jan. 21

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Jan. 21 ... What we are watching in Canada ... ST. JOHN'S, N.L.