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All options but separation on the table to expand autonomy: Saskatchewan premier

All options but separation on the table to expand autonomy: Saskatchewan premier

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says all options are on the table when it comes to expanding his province's autonomy, except for separation. Moe says it's still early going and he will be considering different ideas.
New head of Quebec anti-corruption police admits to 'failure,' vows to do better

New head of Quebec anti-corruption police admits to 'failure,' vows to do better

QUEBEC — The new head of Quebec's anti-corruption squad is seeking to assure the public he can restore trust in his embattled institution following years of criticism and problems that have marred the reputation of the once-respected police unit.
Saskatoon non-profit group plans to create safe place to leave newborns

Saskatoon non-profit group plans to create safe place to leave newborns

SASKATOON — The discovery of a dead infant in a recycling bin in Saskatoon has prompted a non-profit agency to move ahead with its plan for a safe place for women to anonymously give up newborns.
Small group of Cherry supporters protest his firing outside Rogers headquarters

Small group of Cherry supporters protest his firing outside Rogers headquarters

TORONTO — About 20 people gathered peacefully outside Rogers headquarters on Wednesday afternoon to protest the firing of hockey commentator Don Cherry.
Don't count on me to support western demands: Bloc Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet

Don't count on me to support western demands: Bloc Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received support in his quest for national unity from an unlikely ally Wednesday when Yves-Francois Blanchet, the leader of the separatist Bloc Quebecois, said anyone seeking more independence for the West shoul
New Statistics Canada study suggests decline in citizenship rate tied to income

New Statistics Canada study suggests decline in citizenship rate tied to income

OTTAWA — Fewer newcomers from disadvantaged groups became Canadian citizens during a 10-year period that coincided with the previous Conservative government's changes to the citizenship program, new Statistics Canada research shows.
Family of Labrador woman says accused killer's jail death robs them of answers

Family of Labrador woman says accused killer's jail death robs them of answers

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Friends and family of a slain Labrador woman say her alleged killer's death while incarcerated shows how the justice system failed both the victim and the accused.
Jagmeet Singh says he'll vote against throne speech if NDP requests not met

Jagmeet Singh says he'll vote against throne speech if NDP requests not met

OTTAWA — NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he's prepared to vote against the Liberal throne speech if his party's key priorities are not reflected in some way in the Liberals' policy agenda.

Sex assault charge against B.C. mayor stayed due to 'alternative measures'

PORT MOODY, B.C. — A sexual assault charge against a Metro Vancouver mayor has been stayed after he completed an "alternative measures" program.

Premiers to gather in Toronto next month for Council of the Federation meeting

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he will host the next Council of the Federation meeting next month. He says his fellow provincial and territorial leaders will come to Toronto on Dec. 2.