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Canada needn't be 'enormously worried' about U.S. trade reset: Trump official

Canada needn't be 'enormously worried' about U.S. trade reset: Trump official

CALGARY — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau need not be "enormously worried" about a looming overhaul in U.S.

B.C. girl subject of Amber Alert in Washington state found by police

BELLINGHAM, United States — A Vancouver mother and her nine-year-old daughter who was the subject of an Amber Alert in Washington state have been found.
Federal Court of Appeal dismisses First Nations' challenge of B.C.'s Site C dam

Federal Court of Appeal dismisses First Nations' challenge of B.C.'s Site C dam

VANCOUVER — The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected a legal challenged filed by two British Columbia First Nations that argued the $8.8-billion Site C dam project violated their treaty rights.
'She gambled away Ryan's life': Judge rules Calgary mother criminally negligent in son's death

'She gambled away Ryan's life': Judge rules Calgary mother criminally negligent in son's death

CALGARY — An Alberta judge says a Calgary woman who treated her son with holistic remedies before he died of a strep infection "gambled away" his life and is guilty of criminal negligence causing death.
Trump makes good on promise to pull U.S. out of Trans-Pacific Partnership

Trump makes good on promise to pull U.S. out of Trans-Pacific Partnership

OTTAWA — Setting itself apart from a never-say-die Japan, Canada resigned itself to the death of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Monday after President Donald Trump made good on his promise to pull the United States out of the trade pact.

Pipeline breach southeast of Regina leaks 200,000 litres of crude oil

STOUGHTON, Sask. — About 200,000 litres of crude oil has been spilled onto agricultural land in southeastern Saskatchewan after a pipeline leak.

Mojito with your manicure? B.C. now let's businesses apply for liquor licences

VANCOUVER — From book stores to barber shops, businesses across British Columbia can now ask the provincial government for permission to serve liquor.

Quebec judge authorizes taxi industry-led class action against Uber

MONTREAL — Taxi companies and drivers across Quebec are claiming a first victory in their battle against Uber after a judge on Monday authorized their class action against the ride-hailing company.
PM to meet Trump in the 'next 30 days or so' to talk new NAFTA deal

PM to meet Trump in the 'next 30 days or so' to talk new NAFTA deal

WASHINGTON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet the new U.S. president within the next several weeks, as the incoming American administration talks to its northern and southern neighbours about a revised North American Free Trade Agreement.
Victims of former priest's abuse need Anglican Church to apologize: minister

Victims of former priest's abuse need Anglican Church to apologize: minister

OTTAWA — A long-awaited public apology from the Anglican Church for the rampant sexual abuse perpetrated by former priest Ralph Rowe in the 1970s and 1980s will be vital in helping victims heal, Canada's indigenous affairs minister says.