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Dance studio facing bylaw charges after noise complaints from Burton Cummings

Dance studio facing bylaw charges after noise complaints from Burton Cummings

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — An owner of a Saskatchewan fitness studio who says Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings complained about her music is facing noise bylaw charges.
Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick to quit before October election

Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick to quit before October election

OTTAWA — The SNC-Lavalin affair claimed its fourth resignation Monday as Michael Wernick announced he will step down as the country's top public servant, having concluded he's lost the trust of opposition parties.
Budget 2019: Five things to watch for in the Liberals' final fiscal blueprint

Budget 2019: Five things to watch for in the Liberals' final fiscal blueprint

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau will release the Trudeau government's final budget of its mandate Tuesday, just seven months before the next federal election.
Reliance on equalization not a factor in Quebec's low productivity rate: author

Reliance on equalization not a factor in Quebec's low productivity rate: author

MONTREAL — Despite low unemployment and a strong economy, Quebec continues to have problems generating wealth and its citizens have less money to save and spend compared with Canadians in every other province, says a new report by Universite de Montr
PM condemns hateful, 'toxic segments' of society after New Zealand shooting

PM condemns hateful, 'toxic segments' of society after New Zealand shooting

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered an emotional clarion call Monday as he urged people of all political stripes to turn the page on hateful ideology and condemn the sort of intolerance that fuelled the brutal killing of 50 Muslims in Ne
Liberal budget to applaud Canada's economy, but who deserves credit?

Liberal budget to applaud Canada's economy, but who deserves credit?

OTTAWA — When the Liberals release the last budget of their mandate Tuesday, Canadians can expect to hear arguments that years of deficit spending have put the economy on stronger footing.
Flood threat rising in Manitoba's Red River Valley as spring melt looms

Flood threat rising in Manitoba's Red River Valley as spring melt looms

WINNIPEG — Heavy snowfall in the United States has raised the threat of flooding in Manitoba's Red River Valley this spring. The Manitoba government says conditions have worsened since its first flood outlook last month.
Quebec convenes experts to support sexual and domestic violence victims

Quebec convenes experts to support sexual and domestic violence victims

MONTREAL — The Quebec government has convened a panel of experts and given it one year to come up with recommendations on improving support for sexual assault and domestic violence victims, who often feel let down by the system.
Canada extends Iraq and Ukraine military missions to 2021 and 2022

Canada extends Iraq and Ukraine military missions to 2021 and 2022

OTTAWA — Canada has learned a lot about how to protect against foreign election meddling through its support of Ukraine in its ongoing battles with Russia, says Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland.
Ontario appeal court overturns ruling of harassment against RCMP sergeant

Ontario appeal court overturns ruling of harassment against RCMP sergeant

TORONTO — Ontario's highest court has overturned a ruling that granted an RCMP sergeant more than $100,000 in damages for years of harassment by superiors, saying the judge made several legal and factual errors.