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Undercover Mountie questioned on whether she misinterpreted Coutts border protest

Undercover Mountie questioned on whether she misinterpreted Coutts border protest

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — An undercover Mountie who infiltrated the Coutts border blockade faced questions in court Thursday on her police work and on whether she misinterpreted what was really going on.
Feds release carbon pricing impact data as cost debate rages

Feds release carbon pricing impact data as cost debate rages

OTTAWA — Canada's greenhouse-gas emissions will be 12 per cent lower in 2030 with carbon pricing in place than they would be if it was scrapped, new federal data published Thursday suggest.
Canada to contribute $5B to Ukraine loan as G7 leaders reach accord on Russian assets

Canada to contribute $5B to Ukraine loan as G7 leaders reach accord on Russian assets

SAVELLETRI DI FASANO — Canada will contribute $5 billion toward a loan to Ukraine that will be based on future revenue from frozen Russian assets, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Thursday in Italy.
NDP's Jagmeet Singh says report shows 'a number of MPs' have helped foreign states

NDP's Jagmeet Singh says report shows 'a number of MPs' have helped foreign states

OTTAWA — NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says a recent spy watchdog report shows a number of MPs have knowingly provided help to foreign governments.
NunatuKavut Community Council celebrates Federal Court decision in identity case

NunatuKavut Community Council celebrates Federal Court decision in identity case

OTTAWA — The Federal Court has weighed in on the increasingly controversial issue of so-called Indigenous identity theft that has caused a rift in Labrador — or at least, that's how the group at the centre of its work is taking it.
Liberals set aside little for disability benefit, despite spending boast: advocate

Liberals set aside little for disability benefit, despite spending boast: advocate

OTTAWA — An advocacy group for people with disabilities says the federal government has set aside very little money for a new benefit, and takes issue with a Liberal minister's claim that it is the biggest line item in the budget.
Five more arrests, including main suspect, in fraud, data theft at Desjardins

Five more arrests, including main suspect, in fraud, data theft at Desjardins

MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police have arrested five people in connection with a multimillion-dollar fraud and the theft of data belonging to almost 10 million clients of the co-operative financial group Desjardins.
Closed patios can reopen, but Montreal faces more questions over F1 weekend problems

Closed patios can reopen, but Montreal faces more questions over F1 weekend problems

MONTREAL — Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante says restaurants that were ordered to evict some customers during the Grand Prix weekend will be able to reopen their covered outdoor seating areas, even as more questions mount over the management of the majo
Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, reduce demand for restaurants

Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, reduce demand for restaurants

VANCOUVER — Uber says regulation changes for ride-share and delivery workers in British Columbia will drive up costs and reduce demands for local restaurants.
Police may never be able to talk to driver of bus in deadly collision in Manitoba

Police may never be able to talk to driver of bus in deadly collision in Manitoba

WINNIPEG — Police may never be able to talk to the driver of a bus involved in a crash that killed 17 people a year ago near Carberry, Man., a RCMP official said Thursday.