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Judge upholds university's right to rescind master's degree over plagiarism

CALGARY — An Alberta judge says the University of Calgary can rescind a master's degree awarded to a student 15 years ago before allegations he plagiarized parts of his thesis.
Erin Weir asking for external body to review harassment investigation

Erin Weir asking for external body to review harassment investigation

OTTAWA — Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir says he wants an external appeal of the harassment investigation about him earlier this year, arguing he was not afforded due process.
Trudeau says Canada wants to see 'movement' before signing revised NAFTA deal

Trudeau says Canada wants to see 'movement' before signing revised NAFTA deal

WASHINGTON — Canada wants more from its negotiating partners before signing on to a revamped North American Free Trade Agreement, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggested Wednesday as his well-travelled foreign affairs minister resumed her place at th

Lawsuit over solitary confinement in Ontario jails certified as class action

TORONTO — A lawsuit alleging the Ontario government violated the rights of inmates by placing them inappropriately in solitary confinement can proceed as a class action, a Superior Court judge has ruled.

Ottawa police officer facing multiple charges, including sex assault, force says

A sexual assault investigation by Ottawa police has resulted in more than 20 charges being laid against one of the force's officers and the possibility of more to come, investigators said Wednesday.
Potential replacements for Phoenix pay system to undergo testing soon: Brison

Potential replacements for Phoenix pay system to undergo testing soon: Brison

OTTAWA — Testing of prototypes to replace the federal government's troubled pay system will begin within weeks, but there is no firm deadline for when a new system will be fully launched, the minister in charge of finding a substitute for Phoenix sai
Mistaken identity: Missing dog claimed in Moose Jaw belongs to another family

Mistaken identity: Missing dog claimed in Moose Jaw belongs to another family

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A Saskatchewan family is once again searching for their missing dog after a case of mistaken identity. On Tuesday, Brennen Duncan was reunited with a white Kuvasz that was found near Moose Jaw.
U.S. Buy American demand gone from NAFTA as Canada, Mexico claim credit: sources

U.S. Buy American demand gone from NAFTA as Canada, Mexico claim credit: sources

OTTAWA — The Canadian Press has learned the United States has backed down from its contentious Buy American demands for lucrative procurement projects in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Toronto election proceeding with 25 wards after court sides with province

Toronto election proceeding with 25 wards after court sides with province

TORONTO — Ontario's top court sided with the provincial government Wednesday in a legal battle over the size of Toronto's council, firmly establishing a reduced 25-ward electoral map for the city's looming municipal vote.
The recent jump in U.S. butter imports? All smooth, says Canadian dairy industry

The recent jump in U.S. butter imports? All smooth, says Canadian dairy industry

OTTAWA — More Canadians have likely slathered their late-summer corncobs with American-made butter in recent years — and it had nothing to do with U.S. President Donald Trump's demands for more access to Canada's dairy market.