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Following the money: Trump-Russia probes turn into hunt for finance criminality

Following the money: Trump-Russia probes turn into hunt for finance criminality

WASHINGTON — The Russia-related probes haunting Donald Trump's presidency are being pushed into a dark new realm: the president's political tormentors are now asking questions about the underworld, organized crime, and money-laundering.

Two new candidates take stage at NDP leadership debate in Sudbury, Ont.

OTTAWA — Two new NDP leadership hopefuls are among the candidates facing off in a debate in Sudbury, Ont. this afternoon.
Back in black: Experts say why the Trudeau deficit gambit won't fly in N.S. election

Back in black: Experts say why the Trudeau deficit gambit won't fly in N.S. election

HALIFAX — Less than two years ago, Nova Scotia voters enthusiastically embraced Justin Trudeau's plan to spur the economy through hefty deficit financing, handing the federal Liberals every riding in the province.

Body of missing Cache Creek, B.C., fire chief Clayton Cassidy found

CACHE CREEK, B.C. — The body of a fire chief believed to have been swept away by high flood waters in British Columbia's Interior has been found. RCMP Cpl.

Child's death while cycling prompts experts to call for further safety measures

TORONTO — The death of a five-year-old riding his bike next to a high-traffic road has renewed a debate in Canada’s largest city about measures to protect cyclists, prompting some experts and Toronto's mayor to call for further action.
Trudeau, Scheer talk Parliament, trade in first call after Conservative race

Trudeau, Scheer talk Parliament, trade in first call after Conservative race

TORONTO — New Conservative leader Andrew Scheer's victory speech was peppered with attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Nova Scotia leaders hitting ridings expected to be competitive in Tuesday's vote

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's three major party leaders lobbied for every possible vote Sunday, targeting ridings that are expected to be highly competitive in Tuesday's provincial election.

Canada 150 preparations closing in, construction won't all be done in time

OTTAWA — It's dusk on a warm summer evening in Ottawa. As people emerge from a new light-rail station a block south of Parliament Hill, they look down the street to the west, to see a glowing glass tower.
Can the TPP, reviled by Donald Trump, still offer a quick fix for NAFTA?

Can the TPP, reviled by Donald Trump, still offer a quick fix for NAFTA?

OTTAWA — Donald Trump may have killed the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership, but experts say parts of the moribund Pacific Rim trade pact could well be resurrected in an upgraded North American Free Trade Agreement.
Critics push back against hepatitis C screening advice, say boomers should be tested

Critics push back against hepatitis C screening advice, say boomers should be tested

TORONTO — When Walter Buchanan learned his brother-in-law needed a liver transplant because of advanced cirrhosis caused by a long-undiagnosed infection with hepatitis C, he offered to donate part of his organ to save his life.