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'The right thing was done:' Manitoba family gets guardianship of seized baby

'The right thing was done:' Manitoba family gets guardianship of seized baby

WINNIPEG — The mother of a newborn who was seen in a social media video being taken away by authorities in hospital says she is relieved a judge has given guardianship to the family.
In Liberal, Tory battle over deficits, both messages click, poll suggests

In Liberal, Tory battle over deficits, both messages click, poll suggests

OTTAWA — With a federal election looming this fall, the Liberals and Conservatives are bracing for an ideological battle that pits the merits of balancing the books against spending on consumer confidence — and many Canadians may actually agree with
Cambridge University rescinds offer of fellowship for Jordan Peterson

Cambridge University rescinds offer of fellowship for Jordan Peterson

A controversial Toronto psychology professor is lambasting a prestigious British university after it opted to rescind a visiting fellowship on the basis of his work.

Cheetahs will not prosper in B.C.: panel rejects permit request for two big cats

NELSON, B.C. — The owners of two cheetahs will not be allowed to return the large, African cats to southeastern British Columbia to use them as ambassador animals promoting conservation of the endangered species.
A timeline of events in the SNC-Lavalin affair

A timeline of events in the SNC-Lavalin affair

OTTAWA — A chronology of the SNC- Lavalin controversy, according to public documents, reports and testimony to the House of Commons justice committee: Feb.
Kenney promises vote on equalization in 2021 if no pipeline progress

Kenney promises vote on equalization in 2021 if no pipeline progress

CALGARY — The leader of Alberta's United Conservatives is promising a referendum on equalization if there's no major progress on market-opening pipelines. Jason Kenney says if he becomes premier the matter would be put to voters on Oct.
Sir John A. Macdonald statue vandalized again in downtown Montreal

Sir John A. Macdonald statue vandalized again in downtown Montreal

MONTREAL — Vandals struck a Sir John A. Macdonald statue in downtown Montreal once again, spray painting the imposing bronze monument to the country's first prime minister early Thursday.
Trans woman hopes funding cut will send message to Vancouver rape crisis group

Trans woman hopes funding cut will send message to Vancouver rape crisis group

VANCOUVER — A transgender woman whose case against Canada's oldest rape crisis centre was dismissed by the courts says she hopes the City of Vancouver's decision to refuse the shelter funding will help change policies.
Highlights of Quebec's 2019-20 budget

Highlights of Quebec's 2019-20 budget

QUEBEC — Finance Minister Eric Girard tabled the Coalition Avenir Quebec government's first budget on Thursday. Here are some highlights: — Balanced books for the fifth straight year in Quebec, with a forecast surplus of $2.

Montreal lawyer challenges order to euthanize pit bull involved in attack

MONTREAL — A prominent Montreal lawyer was in court Thursday in an attempt to save a pit bull-type dog that attacked six people last summer from being put down.