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Conservatives' Scheer wants Trudeau to open Parliament on November 25

Conservatives' Scheer wants Trudeau to open Parliament on November 25

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will present a to-do list to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday that begins with a specific request: call the House of Commons back to work on Nov. 25.
Canada among three G20 countries least likely to hit emissions targets: report

Canada among three G20 countries least likely to hit emissions targets: report

OTTAWA — Canada's plan to meet its greenhouse-gas emissions targets is among the worst in the G20, according to a new report card on climate action.
Remembrance Day and Don Cherry's poppy rant; In-The-News for Nov. 11

Remembrance Day and Don Cherry's poppy rant; In-The-News for Nov. 11

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 11. What we are watching in Canada ...
Sportsnet apologizes for Don Cherry's anti-immigrant comments

Sportsnet apologizes for Don Cherry's anti-immigrant comments

TORONTO — Sportsnet apologized Sunday for hockey commentator Don Cherry's televised rant about his belief that new immigrants don't wear poppies, and in turn don't support veterans — comments that sparked a swift backlash from the public, politicians
Two N.S. constables guilty of criminal negligence in death of intoxicated inmate

Two N.S. constables guilty of criminal negligence in death of intoxicated inmate

HALIFAX — Two special constables with the Halifax police force have been found guilty of criminal negligence causing the death of an impaired inmate who suffocated in his jail cell after being left with a spit hood over his face.
Parti Quebecois mulls name change after 2018 defeat, but few seem eager

Parti Quebecois mulls name change after 2018 defeat, but few seem eager

TROIS RIVIERES, Que. — The Parti Quebecois has reopened the debate over changing its name, but few of its members seem ready to take such a drastic step as the party seeks to recover from a 2018 election defeat.
Neil Young says U.S. dual citizenship stalled because of marijuana use

Neil Young says U.S. dual citizenship stalled because of marijuana use

TORONTO — Neil Young says his marijuana use has cast a cloud over his application to become a dual citizen in the United States.
Harvest a struggle in Alberta, Saskatchewan, but a miracle in Manitoba

Harvest a struggle in Alberta, Saskatchewan, but a miracle in Manitoba

Winter's icy fingers have touched most of the Prairies since late September, causing havoc and frustration for many farmers trying to get crops off their fields.
B.C. rental crisis goes far beyond impact of short-term rentals, say experts

B.C. rental crisis goes far beyond impact of short-term rentals, say experts

VICTORIA — British Columbia's rental housing crisis goes far beyond factoring the impact of short-term rentals, say housing experts who say more building is needed to help families find affordable homes.
As brazen organized crime shootings hit Montreal, police mum on extent of problem

As brazen organized crime shootings hit Montreal, police mum on extent of problem

MONTREAL — A panicking woman spins in circles and screams for her children. Well-dressed party-goers in the posh hotel lobby are frantic. A uniformed officer is on his knees, trying to pump life back into a dying Mafioso.
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