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Protesters target Bill C-51

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Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie dead at 48

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  • NDP to introduce motion to reopen Kitsilano Coast Guard in Vancouver The Canadian Press

    NDP leader Tom Mulcair says his party will introduce a motion in Parliament this week demanding the Conservative government reopen the Kitsilano Coast Guard station in Vancouver. His announcement on Saturday … More »NDP to introduce motion to reopen Kitsilano Coast Guard in Vancouver

    NDP leader Tom Mulcair says his party will introduce a motion in Parliament this week demanding the Conservative government reopen the Kitsilano Coast Guard station in Vancouver. His announcement on Saturday came as all but two beaches in Vancouver reopened after officials said water and sand samples showed no harmful …

  • Yellowknife promoter creates N.W.T.'s first MMA fight league
    Yellowknife promoter creates N.W.T.'s first MMA fight league CBC

    A Yellowknife gym owner has created the Northwest Territories' first mixed martial arts fight league, citing a need for a local promotion to give opportunity to Northern fighters. The new league, named … More »Yellowknife promoter creates N.W.T.'s first MMA fight league

    Yellowknife promoter creates N.W.T.'s first MMA fight league

    A Yellowknife gym owner has created the Northwest Territories' first mixed martial arts fight league, citing a need for a local promotion to give opportunity to Northern fighters. The new league, named Warrior Strong Fight League, will host its first event on May 16 in Yellowknife. Although Stanley plans to use staff …

  • Brad Wall says prayer will remain a part of Saskatchewan legislature sittings The Canadian Press

    Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says the opening prayer at the province's legislature will remain despite a recent Supreme Court ruling. Wall says the province's justice department doesn't believe the … More »Brad Wall says prayer will remain a part of Saskatchewan legislature sittings

    Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says the opening prayer at the province's legislature will remain despite a recent Supreme Court ruling. Wall says the province's justice department doesn't believe the top court's ruling about a prayer at council meetings in Saguenay, Que. has any effect on provincial legislatures or Parliament. …

  • Ottawa news quiz for week of April 13 to 19
    Ottawa news quiz for week of April 13 to 19 CBC

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    Ottawa news quiz for week of April 13 to 19

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  • Daundre Barnaby, Canadian sprinter, mourned at Mississauga funeral
    Daundre Barnaby, Canadian sprinter, mourned at Mississauga funeral CBC

    Some of Canada's elite runners gathered in Mississauga on Saturday to mourn the loss of one of their own. Daundre Barnaby was 24-years-old when he died last month at a training camp in St. Kitts. Barnaby, … More »Daundre Barnaby, Canadian sprinter, mourned at Mississauga funeral

    Daundre Barnaby, Canadian sprinter, mourned at Mississauga funeral

    Some of Canada's elite runners gathered in Mississauga on Saturday to mourn the loss of one of their own. Daundre Barnaby was 24-years-old when he died last month at a training camp in St. Kitts. Barnaby, who had represented Canada at the 2012 London Olympics in the 400-metre event, had been swimming when he disappeared …

  • Whitehorse's Raven Recycling to reopen after funding increased

    Before its closure, Raven Recycling had been operating in Whitehorse for 22 years. The Yukon Government and City of Whitehorse responded by offering temporary increases in funding to the processors totalling over $500,000, while investigating future options like residential blue bin collection. "It was unfortunate that …

  • Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri was at it again. The Toronto Raptors' GM used an expletive when addressing fans Saturday about Washington forward Paul Pierce prior to the Raptors' playoff opener. Ujiri speaks to reporters at the team's media day at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Monday, September 29, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese

    Masai Ujiri was at it again Saturday. The Toronto GM used an expletive when addressing fans talking about Washington forward Paul Pierce prior to the Raptors' playoff opener. Last year, Ujiri was fined US$25,000 by the NBA for ending a speech by pairing an F-bomb with Brooklyn prior to the club's post-season opening game …

  • Canada's ambassador to France Lawrence Cannon has denied the reports that he will return to Quebec to run as a Conservative party candidate in the next federal election. On his twitter account, Cannon said that he is denying the report by Montreal's La Presse newspaper that he would seek the nomination in the Quebec City …

  • Margrit Wilson's family continues search for missing woman

    It's been a torturous eight days for Linda Arndt. On April 9, her sister, Margrit Wilson, walked away from an Edmonton psychiatric facility. Wilson had been seeing a doctor regularly at Villa Caritas, a mental health facility that caters to seniors, for severe depression and delusional thoughts. Two weeks later, Wilson …

  • Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie, best known for his role on the Anne of Green Gables movies, has died at the age of 48. Anne of Green Gables producer Kevin Sullivan says Crombie died from complications from a brain hemorrhage in New York City on April 15. Crombie became famous for portraying the character of Gilbert Blythe …

  • Ottawa Senators fan Katie Kerrick harassed at Habs game

    Katie Kerrick was excited to head to the Bell Centre to catch the Montreal Canadiens versus the Ottawa Senators in the second game of the 2015 NHL playoffs. She had secured a pair of resale tickets for the April 17 game for her and her 23-year-old sister, Annie, who drove up from New Hampshire just for the game. Kerrick, …

  • Investigators from the Transportation Safety Board are at the scene of a CN train derailment in New Brunswick. Agency spokeswoman Roxanne Daoust says three investigators are assessing the derailment to determine what kind of investigation is needed. CN says there were no injuries when 35 cars and one locomotive went off …

  • The Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island is holding its annual Cavendish Job Fair on Saturday as the area prepares for tourist season. Over 100 jobs are up for grabs in the hospitality and tourism industry. In past years the fair was held during the week, but coordinator Debbie Mol says this year they …

  • Yellowknife singer-songwriter Leela Gilday got more than she bargained for during a recent trip to the Banff Centre of the Arts, where she brushed shoulders with — and received some tips from — a Canadian music legend. Gilday is at the Banff Centre recording eight musical pieces with three other aboriginal artists from …

  • Some Montreal cab drivers who don't like Uber have been using the popular ride-share app to track their colleagues who also drive for the car-sharing service. According to a group of taxi drivers who convened in Old Montreal on Thursday, about 200 of the city's 4,500 cabs are used for Uber. Wilson Jean Paul, a representative …