Top court’s TMX decision a ‘slap-down’ for B.C., Alberta government says

The Alberta government has declared victory after the Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday dismissed British Columbia’s attempt to block the Trans Mountain expansion project,

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RCMP reactivated list of flagged activists days before Trans Mountain decision, documents show

Days before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the initial approval for the Trans Mountain pipeline, the RCMP reactivated a seemingly dormant list of Indigenous

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‘Some time’ needed before RCMP street check apology decision: N.S. superintendent – Halifax

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted November 27, 2019 1:51 pm Updated November 27, 2019 2:00 pm Smaller font Descrease article font

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‘Agonizing decision:’ Documents recount last summer’s Banff bison escape

The bison bull was a long way from where he should have been — on provincial grazing lands in west-central Alberta instead of the

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Doug Ford to make decision on carbon tax court challenge after federal election

TORONTO – Doug Ford says his government will decide after the federal election whether it will continue with its court challenge of the carbon

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Judge reserves decision on Bill 9 court injunction

A judge could decide as early as Tuesday afternoon whether to grant an injunction against Bill 9, which delays wage talks for 180,000 Alberta

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Decision on money laundering inquiry to be announced today

B.C. Premier John Horgan is due to announce cabinet’s decision on whether a public inquiry into money laundering in the province will take place.  Horgan

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‘We’ll see Canadians make a decision’: Scott Moe predicts carbon tax will impact federal election

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the province is going to continue challenging the federal carbon tax through the courts, and that ultimately, Canadians will

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Saskatchewan Premier plans to appeal carbon tax decision to Supreme Court

Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal has ruled that the carbon tax imposed on the province by the federal government is constitutionally sound and falls within the legislative

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London police release names of men charged in ‘john sting’ in first case since policy decision – London

London police have released the names of four men charged in a sex-purchasing investigation. It’s the first time officers have done so since announcing

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