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Family of Quebec man imprisoned in Oman seeks Ottawa's help to bring him home

Family of Quebec man imprisoned in Oman seeks Ottawa's help to bring him home

MONTREAL — The family of a Quebec man imprisoned in Oman appealed Monday to the Canadian government to help repatriate him before he is extradited to the United Arab Emirates on fraud charges, saying they fear for his safety.
Wilson-Raybould and Philpott to run as Independents in fall election campaign

Wilson-Raybould and Philpott to run as Independents in fall election campaign

OTTAWA — Former Liberal cabinet ministers Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott will run as Independents in the upcoming federal election, they declared Monday.
Divorcing couple owned home involved in deadly Calgary blast: court documents

Divorcing couple owned home involved in deadly Calgary blast: court documents

CALGARY — Documents show that a Calgary house where there was a deadly explosion over the weekend was owned by a couple going through a divorce.
Liberals begin effort to get new NAFTA ratified in House of Commons

Liberals begin effort to get new NAFTA ratified in House of Commons

OTTAWA — The new North American free trade agreement will beat its June legislative deadline and be ratified by Parliament, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland predicted Monday, but she acknowledged that Canada can't bring the new deal into fo
Montreal MNA calls out privileged politicians who collect big money for leaving office

Montreal MNA calls out privileged politicians who collect big money for leaving office

MONTREAL — Privileged Quebec politicians shouldn't accept generous cheques from taxpayers when they quit politics or lose elections, says a recently departed member of the legislature.
N.L. climber says crowding on Mount Everest is just one factor in death count

N.L. climber says crowding on Mount Everest is just one factor in death count

A climber from Newfoundland and Labrador who made it to the top of Mount Everest during a season marked by multiple deaths says he feels that crowding at the final ascent is just one among several safety problems.
Free puppies: Nova Scotia woman issues warning about cruel and unusual scam

Free puppies: Nova Scotia woman issues warning about cruel and unusual scam

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia woman has come forward to warn people about an unusually cruel scam that involves the promise of free, purebred puppies.

Three more confirmed measles cases brings total to eight in New Brunswick

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Health officials in New Brunswick are dealing with three more confirmed cases of measles — bringing the total to eight cases in the Saint John area. Dr.
As they turn 85, Dionne sisters caution about the perils of childhood celebrity

As they turn 85, Dionne sisters caution about the perils of childhood celebrity

MONTREAL — Annette and Cecile Dionne admit they don't know much about the online world of pint-sized content creators dubbed "kidfluencers." But the sisters, who turn 85 on Tuesday, can tell you a thing or two about the perils of childhood celebrity.
Weather Network forecasts starkly different summer conditions across Canada

Weather Network forecasts starkly different summer conditions across Canada

The weather this summer could be starkly different across the country, according to the latest long range forecast from The Weather Network.