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June 21, 2018  

Construction commission seeking order forcing Quebec crane operators back to work

MONTREAL – Quebec’s construction commission is seeking an order from

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June 20, 2018  

Pot to be legal by mid September after senators pass pot legalization bill

OTTAWA – Canadians will be able to legally purchase

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June 20, 2018  

Quebec premier urges crane operators back to work as ‘illegal’ strike continues

MONTREAL – Premier Philippe Couillard warned Quebec’s crane operators

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June 20, 2018  

Tears flow as gay military veterans tell judge about ruined careers, lives

OTTAWA – Gay military veterans are telling a federal

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June 20, 2018  

Provincial police lay nearly 700 charges against truckers during 24 hour blitz

ORILLIA, Ont. – Provincial police say they laid nearly 700

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June 19, 2018  

University of Guelph giving raises to full time female faculty after review

All full-time female faculty members at the University of

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June 19, 2018  

Female officers complained: Alberta RCMP staff sergeant charged with sex assault

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. – A staff sergeant with the

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June 19, 2018  

National sports organizations have to report allegations of abuse immediately

OTTAWA – Sports Minister Kirsty Duncan says national sporting

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June 19, 2018  

Three injured after industrial explosion outside St. John’s, N.L.

MOUNT PEARL, N.L. – It was, says Stefania Butler, like

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June 17, 2018  

Search continues for three missing fishermen off coast of Tofino, B.C.

TOFINO, B.C. – The search continues for three missing

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June 17, 2018  

No injuries, no spills after train derails in Quebec’s Saguenay region

CHAMBORD, Que. – The Transportation Safety Board is investigating

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June 15, 2018  

Groups want probe into Vancouver police carding, citing racial profiling

VANCOUVER – Metis grandmother Elaine Durocher, who has lived

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June 14, 2018  

Supreme Court will not hear drug-testing appeal involving oilsands workers

OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear

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June 13, 2018  

Toronto transit passenger injured by sudden braking dies in hospital, police say

TORONTO – Toronto police say an 82-year-old woman who

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June 13, 2018  

Halifax’s top bureaucrat addresses racism, discrimination in workforce

Halifax says its taking new measures amid mounting claims

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June 13, 2018  

Manitoba releases numbers on sex harassment complaints, allegations

WINNIPEG – There were 20 allegations of sexual harassment

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June 13, 2018  

Many employers not ready for legal weed, World Cannabis Congress told

SAINT JOHN, N.B. – Many Canadian workplaces aren’t nearly

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June 11, 2018  

‘Something positive:’ Victims of ski coach urging Ottawa to make sport safer

CALGARY – Two victims of disgraced national ski coach

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June 11, 2018  

Main building at historic Cape Breton inn burns to ground in early morning fire

BADDECK, N.S. – The main lodge of a historic

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June 11, 2018  

Train carrying crude oil derails near Red Deer airport, one car leaking

SPRINGBROOK, Alta. – A Canadian Pacific Railway train has