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De Havilland Canada to build airline manufacturing plant east of Calgary

De Havilland Canada to build airline manufacturing plant east of Calgary

CALGARY — De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd. announced plans Wednesday to build a new aircraft manufacturing plant east of Calgary that could eventually employ up to 1,500 people.
Justice minister urges senators to pass Liberal mandatory minimums bill

Justice minister urges senators to pass Liberal mandatory minimums bill

OTTAWA — Justice Minister David Lametti urged senators to pass the Liberal government's proposed legislation on mandatory minimum penalties Wednesday, saying the bill would target the overrepresentation of Black and Indigenous people in the criminal
Quebec election: Final debate could be last chance to coalesce opposition to CAQ

Quebec election: Final debate could be last chance to coalesce opposition to CAQ

MONTREAL — The final leaders debate of the Quebec election campaign Thursday is one of the few remaining opportunities for the parties vying to unseat the governing Coalition Avenir Québec to set themselves apart, analysts say.
Five years into Canada-Europe trade deal, full ratification not guaranteed

Five years into Canada-Europe trade deal, full ratification not guaranteed

OTTAWA — Canada’s trade deal with the European Union has been operating in draft mode for five years as of Wednesday, raising doubts it will ever be formally implemented. A dispute over how corporations can sue governments remains unresolved.
Mounties in N.W.T. search for suspect after one dead, others injured in stabbings

Mounties in N.W.T. search for suspect after one dead, others injured in stabbings

FORT GOOD HOPE, N.W.T. — RCMP in the Northwest Territories were looking Wednesday for a suspect in stabbings that left one dead and others injured.
Ottawa aims to table legislation this fall making Indigenous policing essential

Ottawa aims to table legislation this fall making Indigenous policing essential

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino is promising to "work around the clock" to table legislation this fall that would declare Indigenous policing an essential service.
Inquests to be held into Saskatchewan stabbings, death of suspect in custody

Inquests to be held into Saskatchewan stabbings, death of suspect in custody

REGINA — Juries comprising six Indigenous people are to participate in two public inquests examining what happened on Sept. 4, when several people were killed or injured in a stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan, and in the days that followed.
NB Power 'paternalistic,' not negotiating fairly on dam project: Wolastoqey Nation

NB Power 'paternalistic,' not negotiating fairly on dam project: Wolastoqey Nation

FREDERICTON — The Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick says negotiations with the province's energy utility have broken down regarding a multibillion-dollar plan to upgrade the Mactaquac dam and generating station west of Fredericton.
Shooting victims' families want to ensure inquiry recommendations followed

Shooting victims' families want to ensure inquiry recommendations followed

TRURO, N.S. — Families of victims of Nova Scotia's mass shooting called Wednesday for an oversight committee to ensure the recommendations coming out of the public inquiry into the tragedy won't be ignored.
Trudeau to attend assassinated Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's state funeral in Tokyo

Trudeau to attend assassinated Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's state funeral in Tokyo

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will attend a state funeral for Japan's assassinated former prime minister Shinzo Abe next week in Tokyo.