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Canada talking with U.S. about Trump tax: Morneau

The Canadian government is talking to the U.S. government about the impact a retroactive tax signed into law by U.S. President Donald Trump is having north of the border, Finance Minister Bill Morneau revealed Monday. Speaking to reporters in Windsor, Ontario, Morneau said he is aware that some of the U.S. government’s tax changes affect Canadian residents with U.S. or dual citizenship. ...

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Court issues order to suppress details about fatal Fredericton shooting

A New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench judge has issued an order, prohibiting the publication or broadcast of previously reported details about the Fredericton shooting that claimed the lives of two city police officers and two civilians last Friday. The information came from legally obtained documents filed in Fredericton provincial court. CBC News plans to challenge the retroactive order, imposed late Monday afternoon by Justice Judy ...

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Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul, seriously ill: source

Aretha Franklin is seriously ill, according to a person close to the singer. The person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the person was not allowed to publicly talk about the topic, told The Associated Press on Monday that Franklin is seriously ill. No more details were provided. The Queen of Soul cancelled planned concerts earlier this year ...

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Canadian Little Leaguer not able to join team at World Series due to immigration issue

As the other young baseball players from Whalley, B.C., ran to each other on the diamond to celebrate their national Little League championship victory Saturday in Mirabel, Que., Dio Gama raced to his father. Both dad and son realized the bittersweetness of the moment. Tears streamed from the 13-year-old boy’s eyes as he hugged his father, Noe Gama, because he ...

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Over 100 Afghan police, soldiers killed in dayslong Ghazni siege

The battle with the Taliban in the eastern city of Ghazni has killed about 100 police officers and soldiers as well as at least 20 civilians, Afghanistan’s defence minister says. Gen. Tareq Shah Bahrami gave the toll at a news conference on Monday, the fourth day of fighting in Ghazni, the provincial capital of the province with the same name. He said the casualty ...

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Experts warn Canada is not immune to global financial contagion: Don Pittis

Canada’s latest job creation numbers out at the end of last week were astounding. The most recent figures for the country’s economic growth, at an annual rate of 2.6 per cent, were better than almost anyone expected. But while both U.S. and Canadian economic indicators climb to new heights, there are growing warning signs that neither will be able to escape a gathering storm that is ...

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'We were always going to be together,' spouse of slain police officer says

The spouse of a fallen Fredericton police officer describes her partner as a committed family man who loved his job. Const. Robb Costello was one of four people gunned down Friday morning in Fredericton’s Nashwaaksis neighbourhood. He left behind his spouse, Jackie McLean, two children, Kassie and Kaitlyn Costello, and two step-children, Katie and Zach Steeves. McLean and Costello would have celebrated ...

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The killer whale crisis that a shot won't solve

A highly-trained team of scientists takes to the water, tracking the skinny young orca for hours, waiting for the moment to take their shot. Finally, after a week of fog and choppy water, they’re close enough to assess the deteriorating killer whale known as J-50. Photos show she’s losing weight, so much that the blubber on her cranium is sunken ...

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