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More rallies held to support pipelines; speaker says convoy coming to Ottawa

More rallies held to support pipelines; speaker says convoy coming to Ottawa

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Alta.

Daycare operator Karen Wang wins Liberal nomination in Burnaby South

BURNABY, B.C. — The federal Liberal party has selected the owner of a daycare business as its challenger against NDP leader Jagmeet Singh in an upcoming byelection in British Columbia.
Woman hopes to meet recipient of son's heart more than a year after his death

Woman hopes to meet recipient of son's heart more than a year after his death

BRAMPTON, Ont. — A Brampton, Ont. woman is hoping to meet the recipient of her son's heart as she seeks closure more than a year after he died of an accidental fentanyl overdose.

Endangered North Atlantic right whale calf spotted off U.S. coast, heading north

The first North Atlantic right whale calf of the winter season has been spotted off the Florida coast heading north with its mother, a known resident of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Aunt of Sarah McIver says she believes school officials in China made error

DRUMHELLER, Alta. — The aunt of an Alberta woman who has been released from custody in China says she believes it was a mistake by her niece's employer that resulted in her arrest.

32-year-old man dead following house fire in Yellowknife, RCMP say

YELLOWKNIFE — Police say a 32-year-old man has died following a house fire in Yellowknife. RCMP in the Northwest Territories say they were called to the burning home shortly after 8 p.m. on Friday.
What's next for Brian Gallant, New Brunswick's youngest ex-premier

What's next for Brian Gallant, New Brunswick's youngest ex-premier

Brian Gallant has always had a plan. But now, at 36, the future of New Brunswick's youngest ex-premier is a question mark.

B.C. ticket claims Friday night's $39.5 million Lotto Max jackpot

DELTA, B.C. — The B.C. Lottery Corp. says the winning ticket for Friday night's $39.5 million dollar Lotto Max jackpot was purchased in south Delta, B.C.
Job cuts ahead: Layoff protection for Manitoba's civil servants about to end

Job cuts ahead: Layoff protection for Manitoba's civil servants about to end

WINNIPEG — More public-sector job cuts appear to be coming in Manitoba and a long-standing ban on civil service layoffs is about to expire.
Chinese court orders new trial for Canadian in drug case

Chinese court orders new trial for Canadian in drug case

BEIJING — A Canadian man convicted of drug trafficking in China faces the possibility of more serious charges after a court ordered a new trial amid tensions over Canada's arrest of a Chinese technology executive.