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'No questions asked:' Winnipeg parish prays statue's head is returned

'No questions asked:' Winnipeg parish prays statue's head is returned

WINNIPEG — Members of a Winnipeg church are praying that the head of a bronze statue created by a well-known sculptor and blessed by a pope will be returned. The work depicting St. Volodymyr was decapitated outside the Cathedral of Sts.
Wilson-Raybould, Philpott to announce political futures in ridings

Wilson-Raybould, Philpott to announce political futures in ridings

OTTAWA — Two former Liberal cabinet ministers who resigned over the SNC-Lavalin controversy are set to announce their next moves on Monday.

Prime Minister hears NS praise on environmental spending, as protesters arrested

ANTIGONISH, N.S. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received praise and drew protests Friday for his government's environmental policies as he met with one of the country's two remaining Liberal premiers.
'Her life mattered:' High court orders new trial in death of Indigenous woman

'Her life mattered:' High court orders new trial in death of Indigenous woman

The country's highest court has ruled an Ontario truck driver should be retried for manslaughter, but not murder, in the case of an Indigenous woman who bled to death in an Edmonton motel after he hired her for sex.
Emergency funds for High Level evacuees to start flowing by Monday

Emergency funds for High Level evacuees to start flowing by Monday

HIGH LEVEL, Alta. — Officials say wildfire evacuees in northwestern Alberta should not expect to return until at least next week and that provincial emergency funds for gas, food and other expenses should be available by Monday.

Scheer says it would take Conservatives five years to balance budget

VANCOUVER — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the economy has become such a mess under the Liberals that it would take a Conservative government five years to clean it up.
Court rules B.C. can't limit oil shipments in major blow for pipeline fight

Court rules B.C. can't limit oil shipments in major blow for pipeline fight

VANCOUVER — British Columbia lost the largest tool in its toolbox to halt the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion with a court decision Friday that concluded it can't restrict oil shipments through its borders. The unanimous ruling from the B.C.
Some new air passenger rights land mid-July, others delayed until Christmas

Some new air passenger rights land mid-July, others delayed until Christmas

OTTAWA — Long-promised rules meant to help frustrated air passengers will arrive in two phases — first this summer, and then Christmas — but the longer wait for some rules, the ambiguous wording of others, and the exemptions for airlines have caused

Waste-to-energy plant in B.C. to handle disputed garbage from Philippines

VANCOUVER — About 1,500 tonnes of garbage that is being sent back to Canada from the Philippines will be taken to a facility in Burnaby, B.C., that turns waste into electricity.
Correctional service waited three months to report sex-assault claim to police

Correctional service waited three months to report sex-assault claim to police

OTTAWA — The Correctional Service of Canada apologized on Friday for wrongly saying it called police right away when it heard allegations that a guard at the Nova Institution for women had sexually assaulted an inmate.