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Industry committee delves into Rogers-Shaw deal as fate rests with Minister Champagne

Industry committee delves into Rogers-Shaw deal as fate rests with Minister Champagne

OTTAWA — Key players and close watchers of Rogers Communications Inc.'s proposed takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.
Probe into Alberta residential school links unpasteurized milk to children's deaths

Probe into Alberta residential school links unpasteurized milk to children's deaths

SADDLE LAKE CREE NATION — A new report from a group looking into children who died and went missing at a residential school northeast of Edmonton says unpasteurized milk was responsible for the deaths of Indigenous children at the institution.
High-profile Canadian pairs skating coach guilty of sex assault, gross indecency

High-profile Canadian pairs skating coach guilty of sex assault, gross indecency

MONTREAL — A renowned ex-coach in Canadian pairs skating was found guilty Wednesday of sexual assault and gross indecency dating back nearly 40 years.
Amid neck-hold controversy, Ottawa questioned about methods it wants RCMP to outlaw

Amid neck-hold controversy, Ottawa questioned about methods it wants RCMP to outlaw

OTTAWA — The federal government is facing questions about exactly what kind of force it is asking police to stop using, as the RCMP is criticized over its decision not to outlaw a controversial neck hold.

Border agencies in Canada, U.S. detail how new Nexus trusted-traveller plan will work

WASHINGTON — Canada and the United States are laying out the details of their new bilateral workaround for the Nexus trusted-traveller system. The biggest change, to take effect in the spring, will allow U.S.
Crown stays six sexual assault charges against rural Manitoba doctor

Crown stays six sexual assault charges against rural Manitoba doctor

WINNIPEG — A sexual assault trial for a doctor in rural Manitoba ended before it could begin Wednesday when the Crown stayed six charges more than a week after it was scheduled to start.
Transit union calls for national task force as violent attacks reach 'crisis level'

Transit union calls for national task force as violent attacks reach 'crisis level'

TORONTO — Violent attacks on public transit have reached "crisis levels," the president of a major Canadian transit union said Wednesday, as he called for a national transit safety task force.
Banff tourism report seeks fewer private vehicles, more public transit in park

Banff tourism report seeks fewer private vehicles, more public transit in park

BANFF, Alta. — Banff tourism officials have joined the call for better management of visitor traffic in the most heavily visited parts of the national park.

What you need to know about Canada's Leopard 2 tanks

OTTAWA — Canada is facing pressure to send some of its Leopard 2 battle tanks to Ukraine after Germany said it would donate some of the weapons and approve requests from other countries that have the same equipment.
Poison pen: Quebec woman pleads guilty to sending Trump, others ricin-laced letters

Poison pen: Quebec woman pleads guilty to sending Trump, others ricin-laced letters

WASHINGTON — A Quebec woman accused of sending a poisoned letter to former president Donald Trump sounded resigned to her fate Wednesday as she grudgingly pleaded guilty to biological weapons charges and agreed to a sentence of nearly 22 years behind