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Manitoba carbon tax a maybe, Pallister says after meeting Trudeau in Winnipeg

Manitoba carbon tax a maybe, Pallister says after meeting Trudeau in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is holding out the possibility of imposing a carbon tax in his province as he tries to fashion a green plan that will meet with the federal government's approval.
A brief look at carbon taxing by province

A brief look at carbon taxing by province

OTTAWA — As of Jan. 1, every Canadian and all Canadian businesses are paying a price on carbon.
Cdn envoy Dominic Barton to testify at Canada-China parliamentary committee

Cdn envoy Dominic Barton to testify at Canada-China parliamentary committee

OTTAWA — Canada's ambassador to China, Dominic Barton, will be among the first witnesses to testify before a new special parliamentary committee created to examine Canada's fraught relationship with China.
Former Montreal mayor can keep $268K severance despite fraud conviction: judge

Former Montreal mayor can keep $268K severance despite fraud conviction: judge

MONTREAL — Disgraced former Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum can keep the $268,000 he received from the city after resigning from office, despite a conviction for fraud against the government, Quebec Superior Court ruled Monday.
By the thousands, well-armed Americans peacefully defend right to bear arms

By the thousands, well-armed Americans peacefully defend right to bear arms

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Supporters of northern B.C. pipeline protest end blockade at ferry terminal

Supporters of northern B.C. pipeline protest end blockade at ferry terminal

VICTORIA — BC Ferries says demonstrators opposed to a liquefied natural gas pipeline across northern British Columbia ended a protest today that tied up traffic at a terminal near Victoria.
Poll suggests some don't think Canada should send troops to stop genocide

Poll suggests some don't think Canada should send troops to stop genocide

OTTAWA — A poll probing people's knowledge of the Holocaust has turned up a finding that suggests there are some in this country who believe Canada shouldn't intervene militarily if there was a genocide taking place in the world.
Growing natural-disaster response risks dulling Army's fighting edge: Commander

Growing natural-disaster response risks dulling Army's fighting edge: Commander

OTTAWA — Canada's top soldier is warning that as the Army gets called out to a growing number of floods, wildfires and other natural disasters, there is a risk that work will hurt the force's ability to defend the country.
Trudeau meets Pallister and the Meng hearing; In The News for Jan. 20

Trudeau meets Pallister and the Meng hearing; In The News for Jan. 20

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. 20. What we are watching in Canada ...
McGill principal defends decision not to divest after prof's resignation

McGill principal defends decision not to divest after prof's resignation

MONTREAL — The principal of McGill university is defending the institution's commitment to reducing carbon emissions after a professor resigned over its refusal to divest from the fossil fuel industry.