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Canada Post strike averted for now as carriers say they'll keep talking

Canada Post strike averted for now as carriers say they'll keep talking

OTTAWA — The union representing thousands of Canada Post workers says it will stay at the bargaining table, averting a potential strike by mid-week.
Bellegarde says pipeline expansion may go forward if shipping terminal moved

Bellegarde says pipeline expansion may go forward if shipping terminal moved

OTTAWA — The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations says the federal government would find it easier to get the Trans Mountain pipeline built if it moves the route and the marine shipping terminal to avoid Indigenous communities that are opp
Francois Legault worth $10 million; Jean-Francois Lisee $2 million; Couillard $660K

Francois Legault worth $10 million; Jean-Francois Lisee $2 million; Couillard $660K

One of the leaders vying to be Quebec premier is worth millions of dollars more than his opponents. Coalition Avenir Quebec's Francois Legault's personal wealth stood at $9.86 million as of this past July 31, according to documents filed Monday.
Alberta United Conservative leader says no confusion sowed on India trip

Alberta United Conservative leader says no confusion sowed on India trip

CALGARY — Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney says he didn't sow confusion on his recent trade trip to India, and says the contacts he renewed there can only help the province.
Liberal MPs shoot down request to study use of notwithstanding clause

Liberal MPs shoot down request to study use of notwithstanding clause

OTTAWA — Federal Liberals have rejected a request by opposition MPs to delve into the issue of whether it's appropriate for a politician to routinely use the Constitution's controversial notwithstanding clause to override a court's decision.
Judge finds Dellen Millard guilty of first-degree murder in death of father

Judge finds Dellen Millard guilty of first-degree murder in death of father

TORONTO — A Toronto man who stood to inherit a multimillion-dollar aviation company was found guilty of first-degree murder in his father's death Monday, a ruling that marked his third such conviction.
Online backlash after radio ad calls residential school harms a myth

Online backlash after radio ad calls residential school harms a myth

SASKATOON — A radio ad airing in Saskatchewan is asking listeners whether Canadians are being told the whole truth about residential schools.
Canadian sex-assault survivors share #WhyIDidntReport stories amid U.S. scandal

Canadian sex-assault survivors share #WhyIDidntReport stories amid U.S. scandal

TORONTO — Fresh debate surrounding a sexual assault allegation involving a U.S.

Critics call for 'less painful, faster' abortion access in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX — Advocates are calling on Nova Scotia to improve access to abortion services to help make the process "less painful, less emotional, and faster.
Ford striking special committee to dig deeper into Ontario's fiscal situation

Ford striking special committee to dig deeper into Ontario's fiscal situation

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford slammed his predecessor's handling of Ontario's books Monday, calling it the "biggest government scandal in a generation," as he announced plans for a special committee that would dig further into the province's fiscal sit