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Duped women go after charming alleged con man:'Everything he said was a lie'

Duped women go after charming alleged con man:'Everything he said was a lie'

It started with a chance encounter in a coffee shop. He was charming and attractive, and everything he said mirrored her life.
In the news today, March 19

In the news today, March 19

Four stories in the news for Tuesday, March 19 ——— BUDGET SETS LIBERAL STAGE FOR FALL ELECTION The Trudeau government will attempt to set the stage for this fall's election — and provide some distraction from the SNC-Lavalin affair — with today's end
Budget to tout Liberal economic record, provide distraction from SNC furor

Budget to tout Liberal economic record, provide distraction from SNC furor

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government will attempt to set the stage for this fall's election — and provide some distraction from the SNC-Lavalin affair — with today's end-of-mandate budget touting the Liberals' economic record.
Vice-Admiral Norman's lawyer blasts Justice Dept for 'inaccurate' statements

Vice-Admiral Norman's lawyer blasts Justice Dept for 'inaccurate' statements

OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's lawyer Marie Henein has called out Justice Canada for making what she says are "inaccurate" public statements about her client's high-profile case while conceding a delay in her attempts to get it tossed.
B.C. not trying to stop Trans Mountain, but aims to protect environment: lawyer

B.C. not trying to stop Trans Mountain, but aims to protect environment: lawyer

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is not trying to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, but it is attempting to prevent environmental damage and hold the corporation responsible for the cleanup of a spill, a lawyer argued Monday.
Montreal group pressing authorities to block concert by former Haitian president

Montreal group pressing authorities to block concert by former Haitian president

MONTREAL — A group of Haitian Montrealers is appealing to federal and municipal authorities to block an upcoming concert by former Haitian president Michel Martelly, citing what they say are his misogynistic comments and his alleged complicity in cor
Dance studio facing bylaw charges after noise complaints from Burton Cummings

Dance studio facing bylaw charges after noise complaints from Burton Cummings

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — An owner of a Saskatchewan fitness studio who says Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings complained about her music is facing noise bylaw charges.
Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick to quit before October election

Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick to quit before October election

OTTAWA — The SNC-Lavalin affair claimed its fourth resignation Monday as Michael Wernick announced he will step down as the country's top public servant, having concluded he's lost the trust of opposition parties.
Budget 2019: Five things to watch for in the Liberals' final fiscal blueprint

Budget 2019: Five things to watch for in the Liberals' final fiscal blueprint

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau will release the Trudeau government's final budget of its mandate Tuesday, just seven months before the next federal election.
Reliance on equalization not a factor in Quebec's low productivity rate: author

Reliance on equalization not a factor in Quebec's low productivity rate: author

MONTREAL — Despite low unemployment and a strong economy, Quebec continues to have problems generating wealth and its citizens have less money to save and spend compared with Canadians in every other province, says a new report by Universite de Montr