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Judge finds no documentation to support Global News reporting on Han Dong allegations

Judge finds no documentation to support Global News reporting on Han Dong allegations

OTTAWA — An Ontario Superior Court judge has found no documented evidence to support allegations made against former Liberal MP Han Dong in a series of Global News stories last year.
Eby's baby countdown brings B.C. election campaigning forward

Eby's baby countdown brings B.C. election campaigning forward

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's election is four months away, but Premier David Eby staged a campaign event Thursday in Vancouver ahead of what he says is a personal count down — next week's expected birth of his family's third child.
Minister wants B.C. to be model for aquaculture as it moves to containment

Minister wants B.C. to be model for aquaculture as it moves to containment

VANCOUVER — Federal Fisheries Minister Diane Lebouthillier says the country's "strict rules" on banning open-net salmon farming are necessary, since the goal is to make British Columbia "a model" in global aquaculture Lebouthillier said Thursday the
After 27 years as an MP, Liberal John McKay won’t run in next election

After 27 years as an MP, Liberal John McKay won’t run in next election

OTTAWA — Liberal John McKay, who has been an MP since 1997, says he won’t run for office again. The Scarborough—Guildwood MP won his seat in the past nine federal elections.
Murder-conspiracy trial hears of guns found in travel trailer near Coutts blockade

Murder-conspiracy trial hears of guns found in travel trailer near Coutts blockade

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — An RCMP officer has told a murder-conspiracy trial that several weapons were discovered inside a travel trailer parked near the 2022 border blockade at Coutts, Alta. Sgt.
Pair on no-fly list lose appeal, court sees 'reasonable grounds' for terror concern

Pair on no-fly list lose appeal, court sees 'reasonable grounds' for terror concern

VANCOUVER — The Federal Court of Appeal has thrown out a bid by two men to get off the country's no-fly list after they weren't allowed to board planes in Vancouver in 2018, with the court ruling there were grounds to suspect they would commit terror
Senators approve bill to fight foreign interference after voting down amendment

Senators approve bill to fight foreign interference after voting down amendment

OTTAWA — The Senate has passed a government bill intended to help deter, investigate and punish foreign interference amid concerns the legislation received inadequate scrutiny and could unduly infringe on basic freedoms.
Spy watchdog raps RCMP over application of protocol to avoid complicity in torture

Spy watchdog raps RCMP over application of protocol to avoid complicity in torture

OTTAWA — A federal spy watchdog says a senior RCMP official wrongly considered the importance of a strategic relationship with a foreign organization when deciding whether sharing information posed a risk of torture.
'We're going to try:' Manitoba outlines search plan for slain First Nations women

'We're going to try:' Manitoba outlines search plan for slain First Nations women

WINNIPEG — About a dozen trained workers will begin searching this fall through mounds of material deposited at a Winnipeg-area landfill for the remains of two slain First Nations women, the Manitoba government announced Thursday.
National security adviser defends cabinet confidence in foreign meddling probe

National security adviser defends cabinet confidence in foreign meddling probe

OTTAWA — No amount of cajoling, wild hand gestures or outright hostility from opposition MPs could make Democratic Institutions Minister Dominic LeBlanc budge from his insistence Thursday that the government is not hiding any relevant documents or in
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