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Woman charged after allegedly throwing bong water on ex-girlfriend

KINGSTON, Ont. — An Ontario woman who allegedly threw bong water on her ex-girlfriend during an argument has been charged with assault. Police in Kingston, Ont.
MPs demand more help as mental-health issues approach 'crisis' on Canada's farms

MPs demand more help as mental-health issues approach 'crisis' on Canada's farms

OTTAWA — Lawmakers are calling on the federal government to better support farmers who they say are especially vulnerable to mental-health issues like stress, depression and suicidal thoughts.
Quebecer jailed in Oman being extradited to United Arab Emirates, son says

Quebecer jailed in Oman being extradited to United Arab Emirates, son says

MONTREAL — A Quebec man who has been jailed on fraud-related charges in the Middle East is being extradited from Oman to the United Arab Emirates, his son said Tuesday.

Canada files North Pole competing claim with Russia, Denmark

Canada has finally made its case that the top of the world flies the Maple Leaf.
Tories demand Goodale explain delayed police call on prison sex-assault claim

Tories demand Goodale explain delayed police call on prison sex-assault claim

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale must explain why the Correctional Service of Canada waited three months to call police after learning of assault allegations at Nova Institution for women in Truro, N.S.
New Brunswick health officials confirm 9th case of measles in province

New Brunswick health officials confirm 9th case of measles in province

FREDERICTON — Health officials in New Brunswick have confirmed another case of measles — bringing the total to nine in the Saint John area — and some officials predict the number could go higher. Dr.

Is quest for Canadian oil independence more a political pitch than economics?

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says he wants to end Canadian imports of foreign oil by 2030, a move experts say would mostly affect purchases from the United States and could endanger deep trade relationships.

Canada's citizenship oath, before and after changes to include Indigenous rights

OTTAWA — Canada's citizenship oath as it stands today: "I swear (or affirm) that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, her heirs and successors, and that I will faithfully observe the laws of
Canada to align 'very much' with American timeline for new NAFTA: PM

Canada to align 'very much' with American timeline for new NAFTA: PM

OTTAWA — Canada has fired the starting gun on the race to ratify the new North American free-trade pact — but the United States is setting the pace. When it comes to approving the new U.S.
'What the hell have you done with the tomorrows we gave you?'

'What the hell have you done with the tomorrows we gave you?'

Six days before D-Day, Max Meisels and his fellow Jewish soldiers got an order from their commanding officer. "If the Germans catch you, you're dead," the officer told them. "You have 10 minutes. Go to the telephone book and get a new name.