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Prince Harry tours mental health facility in lead-up to Invictus Games

TORONTO — The founder of the Invictus Games spent the hours leading up to the opening ceremonies visiting one of Canada's top mental health facilities. Prince Harry...

Liberal definition of middle class Canadians ‘not useful,’ says economist

OTTAWA — The Liberals speak constantly of strengthening the Canadian middle class, but any precise definition of that amorphous category of people getting all the attention has...

Freeland touts “made in Canada” NAFTA approach, meet with advisory panel

TORONTO — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland touted Ottawa's made-in-Canada approach to NAFTA renegotiations Friday as she met with an array of advisers — from former politicians to labour representatives — ahead...

Prince Harry in Toronto setting stage for Invictus Games

TORONTO — Dozens of onlookers gathered outside a building in Toronto's financial district Friday morning hoping to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry as the royal founder...

Hefty fines for cellphone-using driver ticketed twice in eight minutes

VANCOUVER — A driver in Vancouver needed just eight minutes to rack up more than $700 in fines and eight demerit points, all because of a...

Trudeau: No comment on North Korea threats, let’s pursue a diplomatic solution

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. — Justin Trudeau avoided being drawn into the tit-for-tat threats between the leaders of the U.S. and North Korea, pointing instead to signs...

Trudeau tells UN of Canada’s shame over Indigenous Peoples

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used a speech to the United Nations on Thursday to probe a source of national shame: the historic...

Canada’s best-documented UFO sighting still intrigues, 50 years on

HALIFAX — The first frantic callers to reach the RCMP were clear: something had crashed in the waters off Shag Harbour, N.S. It was around 11 p.m....

Tory senator loses committee jobs, keeps caucus spot after controversial letter

OTTAWA — Controversial Conservative Sen. Lynn Beyak has been removed from all Senate committees following remarks about First Nations which have been widely condemned. Beyak remains a...

Trudeau to use United Nations speech to address Canada’s Indigenous past:source

NEW YORK — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau intends to use his speech to the United Nations General Assembly to tell a painful story about Canada's past, the...
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