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Liberals: TMX pipeline could fund $500 million a year in clean energy projects

Liberals: TMX pipeline could fund $500 million a year in clean energy projects

OTTAWA — The Liberal government expects to get $500 million a year out of the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline and is promising to spend it all on cleaner sources of energy and projects that pull carbon out of the atmosphere.
Jury deliberating at trial for suspect in Edmonton police officer stabbing

Jury deliberating at trial for suspect in Edmonton police officer stabbing

EDMONTON — Jurors are deliberating in the trial for a man accused of stabbing a police officer and striking four pedestrians with a van.
N.B. Appeal Court orders new murder trial for woman convicted in stabbing death

N.B. Appeal Court orders new murder trial for woman convicted in stabbing death

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial for a young woman convicted in the brutal slaying of a Moncton teen who was stabbed about 200 times, concluding that a judge's errors had deprived Marissa Shephard of the right to
'Utterly fearless:' Greta Thunberg visits glacier in Jasper National Park

'Utterly fearless:' Greta Thunberg visits glacier in Jasper National Park

JASPER, Alta. — Climate change activist Greta Thunberg braved a blizzard on a snow-covered glacier in Jasper National Park this week to learn from the scientists who study the ice.
Review promised amid reports man suspected of killing kids, self was hospitalized

Review promised amid reports man suspected of killing kids, self was hospitalized

Quebec's Health Minister says her department will review what happened after reports surfaced that a man suspected of killing his young children before taking his own life was hospitalized just weeks before the deaths for suicidal thoughts.
Singh calls for reform of 'broken' voting system after NDP falls short in Quebec

Singh calls for reform of 'broken' voting system after NDP falls short in Quebec

BURNABY, B.C. — If there's any election that has highlighted how "broken" Canada's electoral system is, it's this one, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said in his morning-after assessment.
Police called after Catherine McKenna's office vandalized with vulgar slur

Police called after Catherine McKenna's office vandalized with vulgar slur

OTTAWA — Newly re-elected Liberal MP Catherine McKenna says she has notified police after someone spray-painted a vulgar slur on the front of her Ottawa Centre campaign office.

Twelve in Ontario, Quebec sickened in salmonella outbreak linked to sausages

OTTAWA — Federal officials say an outbreak of salmonella illness that sickened a dozen people in Ontario and Quebec has been linked to a brand of sausage.
Alberta to reduce spending by 3 per cent, but no cuts to health, education

Alberta to reduce spending by 3 per cent, but no cuts to health, education

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says his government will cut program spending by close to three per cent in Thursday's provincial budget.
The family tree for the tree of life and feral cats; In-The-News for Oct. 24

The family tree for the tree of life and feral cats; In-The-News for Oct. 24

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 Oct. 24. What we are watching in Canada ...
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