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Quebec liquor board workers stage one-day walkout as pressure tactic

Quebec liquor board workers stage one-day walkout as pressure tactic

MONTREAL — Employees at more than 400 Quebec Liquor Corp. outlets across the province held a one-day strike Tuesday in a bid to jump-start contract negotiations.
Canada should help Holocaust denier on trial in Germany: civil liberties group

Canada should help Holocaust denier on trial in Germany: civil liberties group

OTTAWA — A civil liberties group is urging the Canadian government to end the "unjust and immoral" imprisonment of Monika Schaefer, a German-Canadian woman on trial in Germany for publishing videos denying the Holocaust.

Studying suicide notes can help with prevention, research suggests

TORONTO — Powerlessness, battling with mental illness and self-blame are common themes found in suicide notes, according to a study from Canadian researchers that recommends health-care professionals target those issues in treatment and prevention pr
Canada's premiers to talk issues around trade at New Brunswick meeting

Canada's premiers to talk issues around trade at New Brunswick meeting

ST. ANDREWS, N.B. — Canada's First Ministers should stand united in the face of a mounting trade war with the United States, New Brunswick's premier said ahead of this week's meeting of provincial premiers.

Groundbreaking ceremony held for new bridge between Windsor and Detroit

DETROIT — U.S. and Canadian officials touted the friendship between the two countries while acknowledging the economic benefits a new international bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ont., will bring.
Trudeau's youth council divided over Trans Mountain pipeline purchase

Trudeau's youth council divided over Trans Mountain pipeline purchase

OTTAWA — Fissures have appeared inside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's youth council after a group of current and former members publicly urged the Liberal government to reverse its decision to buy Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.
Cull hasn't been able to solve bunny burden in Alberta mountain town of Canmore

Cull hasn't been able to solve bunny burden in Alberta mountain town of Canmore

CANMORE, Alta. — Problems persist in an Alberta mountain town overrun with rabbits despite an ongoing cull that has cost almost $400,000.

Bullying, harassment, gender bias tolerated at MUN medical school: report

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A new report has found that a culture of bullying, harassment and sexism has been tolerated at Memorial University's faculty of medicine in St. John's, N.L.
Man charged in Toronto subway homicide case appears in court

Man charged in Toronto subway homicide case appears in court

TORONTO — A man accused of killing a senior citizen by shoving him in front of a Toronto subway train had his case put over for a month during a brief video court appearance on Tuesday.
Humboldt Broncos player signs with Ontario university hockey team

Humboldt Broncos player signs with Ontario university hockey team

OSHAWA, Ont. — A Humboldt Broncos player injured in a deadly crash in Saskatchewan has signed with a hockey team at an Ontario post-secondary institution.