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'I would not go' to China says B.C. resident concerned about coronavirus

'I would not go' to China says B.C. resident concerned about coronavirus

VANCOUVER — A woman who has regularly visited China from her home in Delta, B.C.
Trump, seeking support, headlines anti-abortion rally in Washington

Trump, seeking support, headlines anti-abortion rally in Washington

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump, anxious to buttress his political bona fides with evangelical Christian voters, was a surprise headliner at Friday's March for Life rally in Washington, calling it his "profound honour" to be the first sitting U.S.

Canadian aid worker's child-sex conviction in Nepal upheld; sentence cut

TORONTO — A prominent Canadian aid worker in Nepal has lost his appeal of a conviction for sexually assaulting two children but saw his sentence cut by one year to eight, members of his legal team said on Friday.
N.L. seeking financial help as municipalities recover from blizzard

N.L. seeking financial help as municipalities recover from blizzard

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — One week after a record-breaking blizzard battered eastern Newfoundland, businesses in St. John's were permitted to call in staff Friday to prepare for the expected lifting of a state of emergency the next morning.
Police begin third day of searches for five missing snowmobilers from France

Police begin third day of searches for five missing snowmobilers from France

ST-HENRI-DE-TAILLON, Que. — Quebec provincial police have resumed their search for five missing snowmobilers from France in the province's Lac-Saint-Jean region.

Man wants sexual assault conviction overturned in light of appeal court ruling

TORONTO — Some of the people found guilty by juries in Ontario in recent months are quickly taking steps to challenge their convictions in light of a new ruling on jury selection by the province's top court.

Hamilton police looking for two suspects after seven-year-old boy shot at home

A seven-year-old boy hit by a bullet that came through the window of his Hamilton home was the unintended victim of a targeted shooting, local police said Friday as they continued searching for at least two suspects. Hamilton Police Det. Sgt.
Decision to bow out of leadership race weeks in the making: Poilievre

Decision to bow out of leadership race weeks in the making: Poilievre

OTTAWA — Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre says weeks of uncertainty about whether he actually wanted to enter the party's leadership race came to a head as deadlines to sign contracts loomed.
Memo to Trudeau prods Liberals to look at reviving vice-regal appointments board

Memo to Trudeau prods Liberals to look at reviving vice-regal appointments board

OTTAWA — Senior officials advising Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have pressed him gently to rethink how the Liberals have been making vice-regal appointments.
Trudeau taps Quebec senator as Liberal government's new rep in upper chamber

Trudeau taps Quebec senator as Liberal government's new rep in upper chamber

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is tapping Sen. Marc Gold, a constitutional law expert and former chair of the Jewish Federations of Canada, to serve as the Liberal government's representative in the upper chamber.