Federal minister meeting B.C. attorney general to discuss money laundering

Canada’s Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction is set to meet with B.C.’s attorney general on Wednesday to discuss next steps to address

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How to watch CBC’s coverage of federal budget 2019

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver his fourth budget in the House of Commons on Tuesday — his final budget before October’s election. Here’s

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Federal government commits $13.7M to protect Bow Valley from flood damage

Ottawa is committing to spend $13.7 million over 10 years — to be split between the Town of Canmore and M.D. of Bighorn — to help protect

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SNC-Lavalin ‘disappointed’ after federal court rejects bid to avoid criminal prosecution

SNC-Lavalin’s attempt to revisit the chance of remediation — instead of a full prosecution — was struck down in Federal Court on Friday. The

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B.C. gun violence problem gains attention of federal ministers

The federal government has announced 5.3-million dollars to help B-C combat gang and gun violence with initiatives that include prevention and early intervention. Organized Crime

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Liberal candidate Rachel Bendayan wins riding of Outremont, Que. in one of 3 federal byelections

Liberal candidate Rachel Bendayan has won the riding of Outremont, Que. in one of three federal byelections taking place Monday. Source link [Prosperity] Top

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Federal Reserve keeps U.S. interest rates steady, says will be ‘patient’ on further hikes – National

WASHINGTON  — The U.S. Federal Reserve held interest rates steady on Wednesday but said it would be patient in lifting borrowing costs further this year

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Federal inmate known to frequent Barrie, Hamilton, Toronto areas wanted on Canada-wide warrant

Police are seeking to locate 32-year-old Jasjit Dhaliwal, a federal offender wanted on a Canada-wide warrant. According to police, the Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement

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New federal semi-truck driver regulations to come into effect in January 2020

New regulations for semi-truck driver training will take effect across Canada about a year from now, the federal government says. However, the details of what

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Federal Appeal Court upholds decision on CN damages to Calgary grain shipping company

The Federal Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling that found the courts have jurisdiction to determine the damages Canadian National Railway Co. must

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