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Increasing renewable energy to create more conflicts between environmental values

Increasing renewable energy to create more conflicts between environmental values

An Alberta environmental group opposes a solar power project over concerns it would damage antelope habitat and block their migration.
Liberals accuse Conservatives of using AI for amendments to jobs bill as votes loom

Liberals accuse Conservatives of using AI for amendments to jobs bill as votes loom

OTTAWA — Members of Parliament are expected to vote for up to 15 hours in a row Thursday and Friday on more than 200 Conservative amendments to the government's sustainable jobs bill.
French PM talks language, secularism, strong ties in speech to Quebec legislature

French PM talks language, secularism, strong ties in speech to Quebec legislature

MONTREAL — Quebec and France are united by their shared language, culture and values, French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal told the province's legislature as he addressed members during a speech on Thursday.
Tiny B.C. town rallies around killer whale calf rescue effort as time ticks away

Tiny B.C. town rallies around killer whale calf rescue effort as time ticks away

ZEBALLOS, B.C. — It's just after 10 a.m., and Yvonne Malanfant has finished brewing a fresh pot of coffee and placing a plate of homemade quesadillas with a side dish of spicy mayonnaise on a table for everybody to share.
B.C. judge rejects bid to throw out Ibrahim Ali's conviction for teen girl's murder

B.C. judge rejects bid to throw out Ibrahim Ali's conviction for teen girl's murder

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has rejected an application to throw out the conviction of Ibrahim Ali for the murder of a 13-year-old girl in Burnaby, B.C., over what his lawyers said were unreasonable delays in the trial process.
Conservative immigration policy should focus on the goal of citizenship: Tory critic

Conservative immigration policy should focus on the goal of citizenship: Tory critic

OTTAWA — Conservative immigration policy should be focused on the ultimate goal of citizenship, the party's critic on the file said Thursday while moderating a panel in Ottawa.
Bell Canada CEO Mirko Bibic defends job cuts in Commons committee testimony

Bell Canada CEO Mirko Bibic defends job cuts in Commons committee testimony

OTTAWA — As members of Parliament accuse Bell Canada of corporate greed, the head of the company is defending its decision to cut thousands of jobs, citing a shift in Canadians' viewing habits away from traditional TV.
The board has spoken: Teacher fired after competing on 'Survivor Québec' reality show

The board has spoken: Teacher fired after competing on 'Survivor Québec' reality show

MONTREAL — Déborah De Braekeleer knew she would have to face her fear of bugs when she volunteered to be marooned on a remote island in the Philippines. But perhaps her greatest challenge awaited her when she returned home to Quebec.
Conservative, NDP leaders portray starkly different visions for Canada's future

Conservative, NDP leaders portray starkly different visions for Canada's future

OTTAWA — The only thing Pierre Poilievre and Jagmeet Singh had in common Thursday was their timing.
Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

Ottawa to allow 30-year amortization for first-time buyers' mortgages on new homes

"By extending amortization, monthly mortgage payments will be more affordable for young Canadians who want that first home of their own."