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Inquiry into murdered Indigenous women loses bid for two disputed RCMP files

Inquiry into murdered Indigenous women loses bid for two disputed RCMP files

OTTAWA — The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women has lost a court bid for access to two RCMP files the Mounties refuse to hand over.
Analysis: Trudeau-Trump Washington meeting helps end Canada's global loneliness

Analysis: Trudeau-Trump Washington meeting helps end Canada's global loneliness

WASHINGTON — Canada suddenly became a little less lonely in the world after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's meeting in Washington with President Donald Trump this week.
In the news today, June 21

In the news today, June 21

Four stories in the news for Friday, June 21 ——— SENATE PASSES TWO CONTROVERSIAL ENVIRONMENTAL BILLS A pair of controversial environmental bills scaled their final hurdle in the Senate on Thursday, over the objections of critics who warn the two piec
B.C. tanker-ban, environment assessment bills scale final hurdle in Senate

B.C. tanker-ban, environment assessment bills scale final hurdle in Senate

OTTAWA — A pair of controversial environmental bills scaled their final hurdle in the Senate on Thursday, over the objections of critics who warn the two pieces of legislation will kneecap Canada's oil industry and fuel separatist sentiment in Albert
Alberta asks Court of Appeal to look at constitutionality of federal carbon tax

Alberta asks Court of Appeal to look at constitutionality of federal carbon tax

EDMONTON — Alberta's justice minister says the province is asking for a legal opinion on the constitutionality of the federal government imposing its carbon tax.