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Report Trump counselled Cohen to lie to Congress rekindles impeachment cries

Report Trump counselled Cohen to lie to Congress rekindles impeachment cries

WASHINGTON — The drumbeat of impeachment grew a little louder in Washington on Friday following an explosive media report that alleges the president of the United States directed his former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the

Ex-Mountie investigating 'Surrey six' murders pleads guilty to obstruction

VANCOUVER — A lead investigator in a gang-related mass murder in British Columbia has been handed a conditional sentence to be served in the community after he pleaded guilty to breach of trust and obstruction of justice.
Trudeau acknowledges global turmoil is making Canadians anxious, fearful

Trudeau acknowledges global turmoil is making Canadians anxious, fearful

SHERBROOKE, Que. — Justin Trudeau acknowledged Friday that Canadians are anxious about the upheavals occurring around the globe — with Canada recently seeming to have become the world's favourite punching bag.
Soccer academy in Edmonton rooting for alumni Alphonso Davies at Bayern Munich

Soccer academy in Edmonton rooting for alumni Alphonso Davies at Bayern Munich

EDMONTON — Dozens of students at St. Nicholas Soccer Academy in Edmonton gathered Friday hoping to watch alumni Alphonso Davies make his official international soccer debut.
Accused in slaying of wife at long-term care centre told nurse he was responsible

Accused in slaying of wife at long-term care centre told nurse he was responsible

MONTREAL — Two witnesses at the trial of a Montreal man accused of killing his ailing wife told a jury Friday the accused admitted to taking the woman's life.
No cash or trial delay: Judge denies requests from couple charged in son's death

No cash or trial delay: Judge denies requests from couple charged in son's death

CALGARY — A judge on Friday refused requests from an Alberta couple charged in the meningitis death of their son to have their legal fees covered and a retrial delayed.
Federal ministers seek to reassure family of Canadian woman missing in West Africa

Federal ministers seek to reassure family of Canadian woman missing in West Africa

SHERBROOKE, Que. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday all indications are that a Canadian woman who has been missing in Burkina Faso for more than a month is still alive.
'Hurricane Hazel' McCallion appointed adviser to Premier Doug Ford

'Hurricane Hazel' McCallion appointed adviser to Premier Doug Ford

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford has appointed former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion as a special adviser. McCallion served as mayor of the city west of Toronto from 1978 to 2014.

Cat Lake First Nation in northern Ontario declares state of emergency over housing

CAT LAKE, Ont. — The leadership of Cat Lake First Nation in northern Ontario has declared a state of emergency, citing "profoundly poor conditions of housing" as the cause of a public health crisis.
Now is not the time for Trudeau to call Chinese president, says ambassador

Now is not the time for Trudeau to call Chinese president, says ambassador

OTTAWA — Diplomacy needs more time before the prime minister tries personally to settle the fight between Ottawa and Beijing that has left two Canadians detained in China and another facing the death penalty, Canada's ambassador to China said Friday