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Trudeau not expected to meet with Iranian foreign minister on G7 sidelines

Trudeau not expected to meet with Iranian foreign minister on G7 sidelines

BIARRITZ, France — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is not expected to meet with a top Iranian official who dropped in to the G7 summit unannounced Sunday, even as other Group of Seven leaders and officials have been sitting down to talk about how to sa

Retired Canadian found slain at his residence in Mexico

MEXICO CITY — Mexican officials say a Canadian retiree who once served as an honorary consul in Mexico has been found slain at his residence in the Caribbean resort of Cancun.
Company to remove pro-Maxime Bernier billboards that criticize 'mass immigration'

Company to remove pro-Maxime Bernier billboards that criticize 'mass immigration'

OTTAWA — The owner of billboards currently showcasing ads that seek to promote the People's Party of Canada's controversial stance on immigration reversed course on Sunday, saying the company would take the material down in response to "overwhelming"
Father of suspected B.C. killer seeks access to video taken before son's death

Father of suspected B.C. killer seeks access to video taken before son's death

VANCOUVER — The father of a suspected killer at the centre of a nationwide manhunt is trying to access a video described as his son's "last will and testament," the man's lawyer said Sunday.
Quebec designer and partner say they were victims of homophobic attack

Quebec designer and partner say they were victims of homophobic attack

MONTREAL — A Quebec fashion designer said Sunday that an alleged violent attack against him and his partner over the weekend is proof that homophobia remains a problem in Canada.
Attack ads on simmer: Manitoba election campaign more about issues than scandal

Attack ads on simmer: Manitoba election campaign more about issues than scandal

WINNIPEG — With one party leader getting into trouble over his tropical vacation home and another with past criminal convictions and misogynistic writings, there's a lot of material for a negative Manitoba election campaign.
Is federal carbon tax killing jobs? Experts say answer isn't 'black and white'

Is federal carbon tax killing jobs? Experts say answer isn't 'black and white'

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government says the federal carbon tax is killing jobs, but experts and even the province's trade minister say it's not that easy to calculate.
A look at policy areas scrutinized by a new book on the Trudeau government

A look at policy areas scrutinized by a new book on the Trudeau government

OTTAWA — A group of two dozen Canadian academics took a deep dive into the promises and policies of the Trudeau government as part of a new book that examines the prime minister's pledge-fulfilment record since the Liberals won power in 2015.
Study reveals new details of overseas Cold War intelligence effort by Canadians

Study reveals new details of overseas Cold War intelligence effort by Canadians

OTTAWA — Canada enlisted citizens who travelled to Communist countries during the Cold War to gather needed intelligence — a shadowy element of a little-known government program detailed in a newly declassified history.
New book assesses Trudeau government's record of living up to pledges

New book assesses Trudeau government's record of living up to pledges

OTTAWA — A new book arriving on the eve of the federal election campaign is offering policy geeks a comprehensive take on whether Justin Trudeau lived up to his 2015 vows.