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EU, Germany welcome 'continuity' on climate change with Liberal minority win

EU, Germany welcome 'continuity' on climate change with Liberal minority win

OTTAWA — The European Union and Germany say they appreciate the "continuity" in Canadian climate change policy that will result from the federal election result.

No winning ticket for Saturday night's $7 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $7 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in Ontario. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on Oct.

Paramedic, two kids, die when ambulance responding to call crashes in Saskatchewan

BEAUVAL, Sask. — A paramedic and two children have died after an ambulance collided with a truck on an icy highway in northern Saskatchewan.

Defence lawyers contest consecutive-sentencing in Quebec mosque shooter case

MONTREAL — A group of lawyers opposed to consecutive life sentences has been granted intervener status in an appeal of the sentence handed down to Quebec City mosque killer Alexandre Bissonnette.
Guinean-Canadians in Montreal protest possible third presidential term

Guinean-Canadians in Montreal protest possible third presidential term

MONTREAL — Alpha Diallo arrived in Canada from Guinea in 2009, a year before that country's president won his first election and raised hopes amid the nation's sole democratic transition of power since independence from France a half-century before.

Police say bodies of a father and son were found in a Coquitlam, B.C., home

COQUITLAM, B.C. — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team in British Columbia says two bodies found in a Metro Vancouver home on Monday were those of a father and son. Police spokesman Sgt.

B.C. Appeal Court says Canada must rethink extradition of Indigenous man

VANCOUVER — The federal Justice Department has been ordered by the British Columbia Appeal Court to reconsider the extradition of an Aboriginal man to the United States because it says the minister failed to factor in Canada's historical mistreatment
N.S. government to return to talks with Crowns, as controversial law paused

N.S. government to return to talks with Crowns, as controversial law paused

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's Liberal government held off Friday on enacting legislation that would have put striking Crowns back to work, promising to return to talks in a dispute that's disrupted the province's justice system.

Ottawa ordered to pay $1.12M in legal fees for segregation class action

TORONTO — The federal government has been ordered to pay $1.12 million in legal fees for a segregation class action in a judgment critical of Ottawa's arguments for paying less.
Life after losing: electoral defeat brings whole new set of challenges

Life after losing: electoral defeat brings whole new set of challenges

OTTAWA — Brian Murphy barely had time to process losing his seat in the 2011 federal election before the House of Commons wrote to ask if he wanted it back. There was a catch, however: it would cost him.