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François Legault

Quebec's supply of propane will run out within four days, threatening farmers' ability to dry their grain and heat their facilities, if a strike at Canadian National Railway isn't resolved soon, Premier François Legault said.

11/21/2019 11:48:46 AM

Trudeau Cabinet 20191120

The most important relationship Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has within his cabinet is with Chrystia Freeland. By tasking her with improving relations with the provinces, Trudeau put her at the centre of much of his minority government's ambitious policy goals.

11/21/2019 3:00:00 AM

PREMIERS MEETING 20190710

Ontario's Divisional Court has quashed a measure by the Ford government allowing post-secondary students to opt out of paying for services deemed "non-essential," the Canadian Federation of Students and their lawyers say.

11/21/2019 5:56:13 PM

Guy Cormier

Guy Cormier, president and CEO of the credit union, said the current identification procedures used by financial institutions are cumbersome, outdated and ill-equipped to meet the security challenges of the 21st century.

11/21/2019 6:06:33 PM

erin mitchell teacher

Harassed and bullied by a colleague to the point she could no longer work, Edmonton teacher Erin Mitchell finally filed a complaint against him. She now believes the decision cost her her career.

11/21/2019 7:00:00 AM

Loblaw Online Marketplace 20191121

Loblaw Companies Ltd. launched a "curated marketplace" online Thursday that will include brands and products the company hasn't stocked before in a move aimed at setting the retailer up to compete with Amazon for Canadian market share.

11/21/2019 2:26:29 PM

Assoun Daughter Police 20191121

Glen Assoun's daughter, Amanda Huckle, was offered a job by Halifax Regional Police, who then retracted the offer after asking a series of questions about her father.

11/21/2019 11:17:06 AM

Trudeau-Stewart 20191121

Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared open to a proposal from the municipality to provide millions in funding for a safe supply of opioids to reduce overdose deaths.

11/21/2019 4:15:33 PM

Doorbell thieves

Thousands of dollars in medical supplies have been recovered and two women are facing charges after a Saskatoon family had $5,100 of bandages for their son stolen from their porch. 

11/21/2019 9:31:03 AM

Manitoba Liquor Mart

A 15-year-old boy has been charged with attacking a Winnipeg liquor store worker in an unprovoked attack, the latest in a string of brazen retail thefts plaguing the city.

11/21/2019 9:00:54 AM