Monday , 29 May 2017

Category: POLITIC

Experts, groups lowering expectations for next month's federal 'bridge' budget

By (CP) OTTAWA - Don't expect a pile of goodies or any big new spending programs when Finance Minister Jim Flaherty delivers his budget Feb. 11 — right in the middle of the ...

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Nova Scotia Liberal Premier Stephen McNeil supports Trudeau's Senate move

By (CP) HALIFAX - Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says he supports the decision by federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau to expel senators from his party caucus.The Liberal pre ...

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Toxicology report says Justin Bieber had marijuana, Xanax in system after Fla. arrest

By (CP) MIAMI - A preliminary toxicology report shows that Justin Bieber tested positive for marijuana and the anti-anxiety drug Xanax after his arrest last week in South Florida. ...

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High court dismisses Ottawa, B.C. appeal of First Nations fisheries

By (CP) VANCOUVER - The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed a federal government application to appeal a British Columbia court ruling recognizing First Nations rights to a comm ...

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Jury retires at former soldier's inquest after 30 witnesses testify

By (CP) PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - A coroner's jury in Prince George, B.C., is considering its recommendations as the inquest into the fatal police shooting of a disabled former soldie ...

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Premier asks auditor to review Bluenose II, says it has become 'boondoggle'

By (CP) HALIFAX - Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says the rebuilding of the Bluenose II — now over-budget and two years overdue — has become such a "boondoggle" th ...

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Best Buy Canada, Future Shop Layoffs To Hit 950

By Daniel.Tencer@huffingtonpost.com (Daniel Tencer) TORONTO - Best Buy Canada says about 950 full-time employees will be laid off as the company reworks its operations to reduce l ...

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Best Buy Canada cuts 950 jobs as part of an effort to thin management

By (CP) TORONTO - Best Buy Canada says about 950 full-time employees will be laid off as the company reworks its operations to reduce layers of management and combine some of its ...

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Pricey gifts for union boss, family, has him under microscope at corruption inquiry

By (CP) MONTREAL - The man who once headed Quebec's most powerful union is insisting he returned expensive gifts from an influential construction boss and paid for six-figure reno ...

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Toronto police say Bieber did not shoot promotional video in custody

By (CP) TORONTO - Toronto police say pop star Justin Bieber did not film a video promoting his music while in their custody.The 12-second clip popped up on Bieber's Instagram acco ...

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