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Top court orders parts of N.S. cabinet docs disclosed in judges' salaries case

Top court orders parts of N.S. cabinet docs disclosed in judges' salaries case

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled the vast majority of confidential cabinet documents in two provinces should remain secret, in cases dealing with how judges are paid.
Trudeau expected perception issues with WE deal, but no conflict of interest

Trudeau expected perception issues with WE deal, but no conflict of interest

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he knew there would be problems with perception over having WE Charity run a $900-million student-volunteer program, but he believed there was no conflict of interest because his family would not benefit.
13 overdose deaths in Yukon so far this year is double last year's toll

13 overdose deaths in Yukon so far this year is double last year's toll

WHITEHORSE — The Yukon government is considering plans for a supervised injection site and a safer supply of drugs for substance users after 13 people fatally overdosed between January and mid-July, compared with six for all of last year.
Canadian fans ready to embrace return of NHL in season restart amid summer heat

Canadian fans ready to embrace return of NHL in season restart amid summer heat

EDMONTON — As the summer heat shimmers off the pavement and stationary cars double as sweltering four-door Dutch ovens, Canada's favourite winter pastime is officially back.
Trudeau says feds will create EI-like benefit for gig, contract workers

Trudeau says feds will create EI-like benefit for gig, contract workers

OTTAWA — The federal government plans to move as many out-of-work Canadians into the employment insurance system when a key emergency benefit runs out in the fall, and provide an EI-like support for millions who can't qualify under existing rules.
'Don't want my brother to die:' Inmate's sister worried about his mental health

'Don't want my brother to die:' Inmate's sister worried about his mental health

REGINA — The death of her brother weighs on Prairie Crowe's mind. Nicholas Dinardo is alive, but behind bars.
Anne McLellan, former Liberal minister, drops out of mass shooting public inquiry

Anne McLellan, former Liberal minister, drops out of mass shooting public inquiry

HALIFAX — One of the three people selected to lead the public inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting has dropped out.
Federeal documents say Huawei's Meng lied, supporting her extradition to U.S.

Federeal documents say Huawei's Meng lied, supporting her extradition to U.S.

VANCOUVER — Documents from lawyers for Canada's attorney general say a series of witnesses will prove Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou lied to HSBC bank about the company's relationship's with Skycom in Iran.
Navy enters new era by welcoming long-awaited Arctic warship into fleet

Navy enters new era by welcoming long-awaited Arctic warship into fleet

OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Navy is poised to enter a new era by taking possession of the first armed warship under the federal government's multibillion-dollar shipbuilding plan, and the first built for Arctic military operations in decades.
Canadians can now download new COVID-19 exposure-alert smartphone app

Canadians can now download new COVID-19 exposure-alert smartphone app

OTTAWA — Canadians can now begin downloading a voluntary smartphone app meant to warn users they've been near someone who tests positive for COVID-19.