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Judge in Coutts murder-conspiracy trial warns jury about defence statement

Judge in Coutts murder-conspiracy trial warns jury about defence statement

Accused were worried politicians were leading Canadians into a civil war or a totalitarian state: Lawyer
Youth killed in floodwaters in western Nova Scotia, 1 year after major flooding

Youth killed in floodwaters in western Nova Scotia, 1 year after major flooding

RCMP said the young person was playing in a park with three friends when the flooding began
Jewish advocates say details around human-rights chief probe murky

Jewish advocates say details around human-rights chief probe murky

Birju Dattani fell under scrutiny after reports he made anti-Israel comments as a graduate student
UPDATE: Canada’s carbon levy challenge in B.C. courtroom cancelled

UPDATE: Canada’s carbon levy challenge in B.C. courtroom cancelled

Saskatchewan wants court to stop Ottawa’s collection of carbon levy money
Yukon directs mining firm to implement ‘safeguard’ measures after spill

Yukon directs mining firm to implement ‘safeguard’ measures after spill

Official say avoid drinking water or eating fish from creek out of ‘an abundance of caution’
Killer of 4 Winnipeg women found guilty of first-degree murder

Killer of 4 Winnipeg women found guilty of first-degree murder

Tearful family of victim’s say ‘justice was served’ after judge rejects mental health defence
Ottawa, AFN finalize $47.8B Indigenous child welfare deal

Ottawa, AFN finalize $47.8B Indigenous child welfare deal

Agreement seeks to redress decades of discrimination against First Nations children
Poilievre confront him about Harper’s legacy during debut speech to AFN

Poilievre confront him about Harper’s legacy during debut speech to AFN

It was the first time Conservative leader had addressed the Assembly of First Nations in person
Verdict expected today in the killing of 4 women in Winnipeg

Verdict expected today in the killing of 4 women in Winnipeg

Jeremy Skibicki admited to the killings, argued he should be found not criminally responsible
Canada pledges another $500M to Ukraine as pressure mounts from NATO

Canada pledges another $500M to Ukraine as pressure mounts from NATO

Canada also announced an incremental move toward replacing its fleet of submarines