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On the picket lines as Quebec construction workers strike

On the picket lines as Quebec construction workers strike

About 175,000 Quebec construction workers have walked off the job, after companies and labour federations failed to sign collective agreements ahead of a strike deadline of midnight Tuesday.
RCMP culture change on harassment likely to be ‘slow’: Watchdog

RCMP culture change on harassment likely to be ‘slow’: Watchdog

An RCMP watchdog report is outlining problems of bullying and harassment in the force as well as ways to address them. A lawyer with the Civilian Complaints and Review Commission says culture change will take a “sustained effort.”
Justin Trudeau tours flood zone in Gatineau, Quebec

Justin Trudeau tours flood zone in Gatineau, Quebec

The prime minister surveyed flood damage in Gatineau, Quebec on Thursday. Justin Trudeau says climate change means infrastructure needs improvement to lessen similar devastation in the future.
Montrealers get military help as floodwaters threaten homes

Montrealers get military help as floodwaters threaten homes

Residents of some Montreal boroughs are racing to protect their homes as three dikes gave way Sunday and the city’s mayor declared a state of emergency. Soldiers were assisting with sandbagging and say more help is on the way.
Canada ready to do more to combat South Sudan famine: Trudeau

Canada ready to do more to combat South Sudan famine: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is “always looking” at more ways to help South Sudan, where millions face famine. The international development minister says Canada has provided almost $37 million to the country this year.
Notley reaffirms support for Fort McMurray a year after fire

Notley reaffirms support for Fort McMurray a year after fire

Premier Rachel Notley told Fort McMurray residents the Alberta government “has your backs,” on a visit marking a year since a fierce wildfire hit the city. Wildrose Leader Brian Jean says he’s concerned about the pace of rebuilding.
Opposition calls proposed parliamentary changes ‘hypocritical’

Opposition calls proposed parliamentary changes ‘hypocritical’

Government House leader Bardish Chagger says the Liberals are backing down on some of the more contentious parliamentary procedure changes they had proposed. Opposition parties are labelling the revised plan “hypocritical.”
Canada 150: Meet the inventors behind two recent creation

Canada 150: Meet the inventors behind two recent creation

Countless Canadian inventors, tinkerers and scientists have changed the modern world with their creations. Two Canadians demonstrate how their recent inventions work.
Parkinson’s patients turn to boxing, dance

Parkinson’s patients turn to boxing, dance

Shirley Jager says her energy and posture has improved after she started a Calgary boxing program to help fight the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. People with Parkinson’s also participate in a dance class across town.
Canada 150: Immigrant parents on their first brush with hockey

Canada 150: Immigrant parents on their first brush with hockey

Over 600,000 Canadians play ice hockey, and whole families are often involved on and off the rink. Hockey parents who grew up in Egypt and India share their first experiences with the sport in Canada