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Time crunch, rules mess could plague a Liberal leadership race

Time crunch, rules mess could plague a Liberal leadership race

Trudeau has been steadfast in his intention to lead the party into the next election
Search of rural residence in 2022 found pipe bomb in home of accused

Search of rural residence in 2022 found pipe bomb in home of accused

Police say the discovery prompted them to call in the explosive device unit
Rail workers at CN and CPKC vote to reauthorize strike at railways: Teamsters

Rail workers at CN and CPKC vote to reauthorize strike at railways: Teamsters

Members previously voted in favour of strike action, but the 60-day time limit on the vote expired
NDP’s Ashton pays back some money from Christmas trip initially billed to taxpayers

NDP’s Ashton pays back some money from Christmas trip initially billed to taxpayers

Ashton charged $17,641.12 for the trip, including $13,619.90 for transportation
French-Montrealers vote in ‘historic’ election amid surge in far-right

French-Montrealers vote in ‘historic’ election amid surge in far-right

Quebec is home to 260,000 French citizens, 200,000 of whom live in Montreal
‘A big blowout in the square’: Canada Day celebrations beyond its borders

‘A big blowout in the square’: Canada Day celebrations beyond its borders

Canada Day at Trafalgar Square may be one of the most high-profile expat parties
‘We failed’: Judge approves $9.5M settlement in Young Canadians abuse lawsuit

‘We failed’: Judge approves $9.5M settlement in Young Canadians abuse lawsuit

Heerema admitted he used his position to lure, groom boys into sexual relationships between 2005 and 2014
Coutts murder-conspiracy trial hears RCMP found pipe bombs in home of accused

Coutts murder-conspiracy trial hears RCMP found pipe bombs in home of accused

There were rifles, assault-style rifles, a shotgun, a pistol — and a firearms licence in Carbert’s name
Canadian fire chiefs association calls for firework safety as heat intensifies

Canadian fire chiefs association calls for firework safety as heat intensifies

700-plus fire departments nationwide respond to at least 1 call due to mishandling fireworks.
As fall elections loom, are fears for Canada’s state of democracy justified?

As fall elections loom, are fears for Canada’s state of democracy justified?

Some of the most prominent concerns have emerged from allegations of foreign interference