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Deletion of gas-plant emails illegal act to keep sensitive info secret: Crown

Deletion of gas-plant emails illegal act to keep sensitive info secret: Crown

TORONTO — The deletion of thousands of documents related to the politically explosive decision to cancel two gas plants near Toronto was a deliberate act that breached the public trust, the trial of two former top aides in the Ontario premier's offic
Argos looking to earn consecutive wins for first time this season

Argos looking to earn consecutive wins for first time this season

TORONTO — Bears Woods hates the Toronto Argonauts' record but loves the position they're in.

Canada imposes sanctions of members of the Maduro regime in Venezuela

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada has imposed sanctions against key figures in the regime of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

Morneau draws criticism from business, concerns from premier in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX — Finance Minister Bill Morneau took his "listening tour" over Ottawa's controversial tax proposals to Halifax on Friday, drawing criticism from some small business owners and concerns from Nova Scotia's Liberal premier.

Police recover 2nd victim of plane crash in Lake Huron near Goderich, Ont.

GODERICH, Ont. — Provincial police say they have recovered the body of the second person killed in a small plane crash in Lake Huron near Goderich, Ont.

Driver charged with sexually assaulting disabled girl on school bus

RICHMOND HILL, Ont. — York regional police say a man is facing several charges after allegedly sexually assaulting a disabled 15-year-old girl on the school bus he was driving.
Canadian delegation aims to keep World Anti-Doping Agency in Montreal

Canadian delegation aims to keep World Anti-Doping Agency in Montreal

MONTREAL — A Canadian delegation heading to Europe will present a strong case for keeping the World Anti-Doping Agency headquarters in Montreal, federal and provincial cabinet ministers said Friday.

Guilty pleas from teens in Windsor, Ont., bullying case struck down

WINDSOR, Ont. — Guilty pleas by two Windsor, Ont., teenagers in a bullying incident caught on video have been struck down.
Freeland touts 'made in Canada' NAFTA approach, meet with advisory panel

Freeland touts 'made in Canada' NAFTA approach, meet with advisory panel

OTTAWA — The Canadian automotive industry is anxiously waiting to see if the next round of NAFTA negotiations will provide some clarity on American demands that vehicles must have "substantial" U.S.
Ontario signs formal agreement to join Quebec-California carbon market in 2018

Ontario signs formal agreement to join Quebec-California carbon market in 2018

Ontario, Quebec and California signed an agreement Friday to create the world's second largest carbon market, with their leaders dismissing naysayers and predicting that more provinces and states would soon join.