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Manitoba grapples with legacy of fashion mogul Peter Nygard amid sex allegations

Manitoba grapples with legacy of fashion mogul Peter Nygard amid sex allegations

WINNIPEG — Models walked the runway as some of Manitoba's most influential people sat alongside and clapped in celebration of self-declared fashion king Peter Nygard.
Bolder actions, words from protesters behind Quebec and Ontario rail blockades

Bolder actions, words from protesters behind Quebec and Ontario rail blockades

Protesters behind rail blockades in Quebec and Ontario ramped up their actions and rhetoric Wednesday as government officials accused them of compromising public safety.
B.C. residents in Wet'suwet'en territory have right to police presence: Blair

B.C. residents in Wet'suwet'en territory have right to police presence: Blair

OTTAWA — As tensions at rail blockades in Quebec and Ontario escalated Wednesday, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair appeared to dismiss the notion that police will move completely out of the vast Wet'suwet'en territory in British Columbia.
The latest on protests across Canada in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs

The latest on protests across Canada in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs

Here is the latest news on protests across Canada over a natural gas pipeline project in British Columbia (All times Eastern): 8:35 p.m. ET The B.C.
B.C. hospice looking at legal and other options after funding cut by province

B.C. hospice looking at legal and other options after funding cut by province

VANCOUVER — A hospice society in British Columbia says it is outraged by the province's decision to stop its funding because it refuses to provide medically assisted death.
Assisted dying bill gets mixed reviews, raises fears of more restrictions

Assisted dying bill gets mixed reviews, raises fears of more restrictions

OTTAWA — Some experts fear that legislation intended to make it easier for intolerably suffering Canadians to receive medical assistance to end their lives might actually make it harder in some cases and will create confusion among doctors who provid
Independent senators push to suspend Beyak again, despite apology

Independent senators push to suspend Beyak again, despite apology

OTTAWA — Independent senators want to suspend Sen. Lynn Beyak a second time, even though she has apologized for posting derogatory letters about Indigenous Peoples on her website.
New NAFTA better than none, feds say, as business says get on with ratification

New NAFTA better than none, feds say, as business says get on with ratification

OTTAWA — It's imperative for Canada to ratify the new North American free-trade deal, says a leading business group, as the federal government released its long-awaited economic assessment of the pact Wednesday.
Prepare for new coronavirus like an emergency, health minister advises

Prepare for new coronavirus like an emergency, health minister advises

OTTAWA — Health Minister Patty Hajdu is encouraging Canadians to stockpile food and medication in their homes in case they or a loved one should fall ill with the novel coronavirus, despite the relatively low risk of contracting the disease in Canada
Candidates down to the wire to enter Conservative leadership contest

Candidates down to the wire to enter Conservative leadership contest

OTTAWA — Rudy Husny scrambled up and down the stairs of the House of Commons Wednesday, thrusting his nomination papers for the Conservative leadership in front of one party member after another as he hustled to collect enough names to enter the cont