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Trudeau drops into southern New Brunswick to boost MP in battleground riding

QUISPAMSIS, N.B. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau flew across the country to briefly boost a New Brunswick MP at a rally Wednesday evening in a battleground riding where the Liberals managed a narrow 2015 victory in a traditionally Tory area.
NDP question Liberal over expense allegations at B.C. legislature

NDP question Liberal over expense allegations at B.C. legislature

VICTORIA — The New Democrats and Greens drew a long-serving member of the B.C.
Man granted bail in B.C. thanks family, wants steak after 17 years in prison

Man granted bail in B.C. thanks family, wants steak after 17 years in prison

VANCOUVER — Wade Skiffington says he's looking forward to steak after 17 years of prison food to celebrate being released on bail as the federal Justice Department investigates whether he was wrongfully convicted for the murder of his common-law wife
'Who is the shooter?' Closing arguments in case of slain football player

'Who is the shooter?' Closing arguments in case of slain football player

CALGARY — The lawyer for a man accused in the fatal shooting of a professional football player says the case highlights the dangers of eyewitness testimony.
Parks Canada puts brakes on Icefields Parkway bike trail in Alberta

Parks Canada puts brakes on Icefields Parkway bike trail in Alberta

Parks Canada says it won't go ahead with a plan to build a bike trail along the scenic Icefields Parkway that runs through Banff and Jasper national parks.
UCP donations nearly double NDP's in 2018 as Alberta election approaches

UCP donations nearly double NDP's in 2018 as Alberta election approaches

CALGARY — Documents show Alberta's Opposition United Conservative Party raised more money in the fourth quarter of last year than the governing New Democrats did in all of 2018. New figures from Elections Alberta say the UCP brought in more than $3.
Canada endorses Venezuelan opposition leader as interim president

Canada endorses Venezuelan opposition leader as interim president

OTTAWA — Canada joined several other countries in the Americas Wednesday in recognizing Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's interim president.

Anti-corruption squad arrests former head of Montreal construction trade school

MONTREAL — The former head of a Montreal construction trade school was arrested by the province's anti-corruption unit Wednesday and charged with fraud-related crimes against the school.
Woman charged for aiding illegal entries at popular Quebec-U.S. crossing

Woman charged for aiding illegal entries at popular Quebec-U.S. crossing

MONTREAL — Canada's border protection agency has charged a woman in connection with organizing illegal entries into Canada through a popular rural crossing in southern Quebec.
Liberals have options to help more millennials buy homes, experts say

Liberals have options to help more millennials buy homes, experts say

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals have several options as they look for ways to help more millennials buy homes in an era of pricey real estate and rising borrowing costs, housing experts say.