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Alberta premier wants ‘clarity’ on pot legalization

Alberta premier wants ‘clarity’ on pot legalization

Premiers weighed in on marijuana legalization outside of a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa Tuesday. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says Ottawa needs to defray the costs provinces will take on once pot is legal.
Therapy dogs visit with inmates at St. John’s jail

Therapy dogs visit with inmates at St. John’s jail

Therapy dogs are being used to help ease tensions and lift spirits at a St. John’s, N.L., jail. Inmate Brandon Phillips is facing trial on a charge of first-degree murder and says the dogs could help with his rehabilitation.
Trudeau asked about Trump’s threat to ‘destroy’ North Korea

Trudeau asked about Trump’s threat to ‘destroy’ North Korea

U.S President Donald Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea in a speech to the UN on Tuesday. Justin Trudeau, who was holding a news conference during Trump’s speech, called North Korea’s conduct “reckless.”
Trudeau not worried by Liberal MPs opposing tax changes

Trudeau not worried by Liberal MPs opposing tax changes

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government will move forward on planned tax reforms despite resistance from some small businesses and several Liberal MPs. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer calls the plan a “cash grab.”
Liberal MP heads to L.A. to ward off misinformed asylum seekers

Liberal MP heads to L.A. to ward off misinformed asylum seekers

A Liberal MP is heading to Los Angeles to clear up misinformation about Canada’s immigration system circulating in Spanish-speaking communities. Pablo Rodriguez says some media has claimed people can “just walk in and stay forever.”
Funding announced for B.C. farmers affected by wildfires

Funding announced for B.C. farmers affected by wildfires

The federal and B.C. governments are providing $20 million to help farmers after the province’s devastating wildfires. Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay says the funding will assist with costs not covered by insurance.
Teens on joining campaign to end stigma around disabilities

Teens on joining campaign to end stigma around disabilities

Jadine Baldwin says some people don’t see her “as a person” due to her cerebral palsy. Baldwin and another teen, Maddy Hearne, talk about being part of a Toronto rehabilitation hospital’s campaign to end stigma around disabilities.
Tornado rips through Quebec town forcing dozens from homes

Tornado rips through Quebec town forcing dozens from homes

A tornado hit the Quebec town of Lachute Tuesday evening, damaging about 300 residences and forcing 40 people from their homes. Crews cleared fallen trees Wednesday from affected properties.
Canadians view partial solar eclipse across the country

Canadians view partial solar eclipse across the country

People gathered across Canada on Monday to take in a partial solar eclipse. People in Victoria had the best view, with 90 per cent of the sun blocked out, while people in Halifax saw 48 per cent of the sun eclipsed.
Looking back at memorable Brad Wall moments

Looking back at memorable Brad Wall moments

Brad Wall announced Thursday he’s retiring from politics, after nearly a decade as Saskatchewan premier and longer as leader of the Saskatchewan Party. Here’s a look back at some notable moments from Wall’s career.