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Scheer facing new kind of civil war brewing within the Conservative party

Scheer facing new kind of civil war brewing within the Conservative party

OTTAWA — Signs are pointing to a civil war breaking out within the Conservative party, but breaking down along different lines than past internal battles that divided the party ideologically.
Canadian military's anti-ISIL mission adjusting as protests rock Iraq, Lebanon

Canadian military's anti-ISIL mission adjusting as protests rock Iraq, Lebanon

OTTAWA — The Canadian military is being forced to adjust and temporarily curtail some aspects of its anti-ISIL mission in Iraq and Lebanon as anti-government protests rock the two countries and threaten to further destabilize the Middle East.
Police looking for three suspects after five teenagers shot in Toronto

Police looking for three suspects after five teenagers shot in Toronto

TORONTO — Cleaners were removing large bloodstains splattered along the hallway of a Toronto residential building on Thursday following a shooting that sent five teenagers to hospital, some in critical condition.
Ontario First Nation newsroom set on fire in 'targeted' attack: publisher

Ontario First Nation newsroom set on fire in 'targeted' attack: publisher

The office of an Ontario First Nation weekly newspaper was set on fire during a "targeted attack" earlier this week, the outlet's publisher said Thursday.
Mosque founder says Muslims 'need to be patient' as threats scuttle church sale

Mosque founder says Muslims 'need to be patient' as threats scuttle church sale

MONTREAL — When residents north of Montreal learned of a plan to transform a local church into a mosque and Islamic cultural centre, the reaction was so strong that parish leaders invoked the 2017 mass shooting of Muslims in Quebec City to justify pu
Violent Iraq, Lebanon protests affecting Canadian military's anti-ISIL mission

Violent Iraq, Lebanon protests affecting Canadian military's anti-ISIL mission

OTTAWA — The Canadian military is being forced to adjust and even curtail some aspects of its anti-ISIL mission in Iraq and Lebanon as anti-government protests rock the two countries and threaten to further destabilize the Middle East.
After blackface scandal, Trudeau shuns photo ops of trick or treating

After blackface scandal, Trudeau shuns photo ops of trick or treating

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has always seemed to relish dressing up for trick or treating with his children but, in the wake of the blackface scandal, he's giving Halloween a miss this year — publicly anyway.
Wildlife group reminds of pollution dangers after pelican hurt in B.C. lake

Wildlife group reminds of pollution dangers after pelican hurt in B.C. lake

BURNABY, B.C. — An endangered American white pelican faces a long recovery after being injured by some fishing line discarded in a British Columbia lake.
New Brunswick slavery connections: Portrait of Ludlow removed from law school

New Brunswick slavery connections: Portrait of Ludlow removed from law school

FREDERICTON — Pressure is mounting to have the University of New Brunswick remove George Duncan Ludlow's name from its law faculty building in Fredericton because of his connections to slavery and indigenous abuse.
Supreme Court sides with university in case of missing professor's pension

Supreme Court sides with university in case of missing professor's pension

OTTAWA — An Ottawa university can reclaim almost $500,000 in pension payments to a professor who went missing before being found dead in the woods near his home, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.