Court asked to toss Tesla’s application over electric vehicle rebates

Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government has asked the province’s Superior Court to throw out a petition from the Canadian arm of Tesla Inc. that claims the U.S. company has been treated

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Shot teacher not entitled to more compensation: Ombudsman

A teacher who was shot in the face at a school in La Loche in 2016 says she’s disappointed the Saskatchewan ombudsman has determined she can’t be compensated for pain

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Canadian government works to protect livestock against wildfires

British Columbia’s agriculture minister says critical lessons learned from last year’s wildfires that had ranchers and producers suffering devastating losses will help save animals during another season that could force

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Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard stays positive as he falls behind in opinion polls

By Sidhartha BanerjeeThe Canadian Press Wed., Aug. 22, 2018 MONTREAL—Philippe Couillard finds himself in a familiar spot as his Liberals begin their quest for a second consecutive mandate: trailing in

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Protesters accuse Trudeau of fiddling on pipeline while climate change burns B.C.

NANAIMO, B.C.—Justin Trudeau’s twin objectives to reduce Canada’s carbon emissions and build a pipeline to carry oilsands bitumen to the coast are colliding in a province ravaged by wildfires that

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Union urges consumers to #BuyCanadian as trade war with U.S. heats up

By Dan HealingThe Canadian Press Thu., June 28, 2018 A consumer boycott of American-made products and services is gathering steam as Canada counts down to this weekend’s imposition of retaliatory

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Should Canada make adequate housing a human right?

OTTAWA—Adam Vaughan says it’s cool. Earlier this week, the Liberal MP for Spadina—Fort York was singled out in a policy smackdown by the United Nations special rapporteur on housing, Leilani

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Mike Duffy lawyers raise spectre of past scandal on expense claims in bid to sue Senate

By The Canadian Press Thu., June 28, 2018 OTTAWA—Sen. Mike Duffy’s lawyers recalled the political scandal surrounding his expense claims in a bid Thursday to keep the Senate in the

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Harper to visit White House to meet Trump’s security adviser: Report

OTTAWA—Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper is reportedly planning a visit to the White House next week to meet with one of Donald Trump’s most senior advisers. CTV News reported Wednesday

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Ontario man wanted for sexual offences arrested in Vancouver

By The Canadian Press Thu., June 28, 2018 Vancouver police say an Ontario man wanted for sexual offences in the Toronto area has been arrested. Const. Jason Doucette says 36-year-old

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