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Trudeau to take sober approach to unveiling new cabinet for minority mandate

Trudeau to take sober approach to unveiling new cabinet for minority mandate

OTTAWA — It will be all business this afternoon when Justin Trudeau unveils a cabinet to navigate a new era of minority government in a bitterly divided country. Forget the theatricality and sunny optimism of 2015.
Trudeau builds a cabinet and hockey stops using 'midget'; In-The-News Nov. 20

Trudeau builds a cabinet and hockey stops using 'midget'; In-The-News Nov. 20

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 20. What we are watching in Canada ...
Government conflict of interest a threat to fish biodiversity: scientists

Government conflict of interest a threat to fish biodiversity: scientists

Canada has made disappointingly little progress in preserving the variety of life in its oceans largely because of a contradiction in the federal department that's supposed to protect it, says a group of senior scientists.
Bitfarms still betting on Quebec despite growing pains in cryptocurrency field

Bitfarms still betting on Quebec despite growing pains in cryptocurrency field

MONTREAL — Bitfarms marketed itself last spring as a socially conscious company, harnessing unused, sustainable hydroelectricity to help power Quebec's digital economy while also providing much-needed revenue for the province's struggling regions.
Trans Mountain received $320M in government subsidies in first half 2019: report

Trans Mountain received $320M in government subsidies in first half 2019: report

VANCOUVER — The Trans Mountain pipeline received $320 million in subsidies from the Canadian and Alberta governments in the first half of 2019, says a new report by an economic institute that analyzes environmental issues. The money included $135.

B.C. man who murdered hitchhiking Belgian tourist gets life sentence

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A British Columbia man who murdered a Belgian tourist has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for at least 23 years.
Justin Trudeau to name new ministers for minority mandate Wednesday

Justin Trudeau to name new ministers for minority mandate Wednesday

OTTAWA — It will be all business Wednesday when Justin Trudeau unveils a cabinet to navigate a new era of minority government in a bitterly divided country. Forget the theatricality and sunny optimism of 2015.
Little progress in preventing sudden infant deaths since last report: BC Coroner

Little progress in preventing sudden infant deaths since last report: BC Coroner

VANCOUVER — The chairman of a death review panel in British Columbia found himself facing familiar figures as he looked at the number of babies who died unexpectedly in their sleep in the province in the past five years.
Notley kicked out of legislature for comment on election watchdog firing bill

Notley kicked out of legislature for comment on election watchdog firing bill

EDMONTON — Alberta NDP Opposition Leader Rachel Notley has been kicked out of the legislature chamber after she refused to apologize for comments about the United Conservative government's plan to fire the province's election watchdog.
Federal Liberal government urged to intervene to end CN rail strike

Federal Liberal government urged to intervene to end CN rail strike

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new cabinet could find itself moving faster than anticipated to deal with anger in the West over challenging economic conditions, in the face of a rail strike that a growing number of industry leaders say coul