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Pat King boasted on social media about ‘Freedom Convoy’ jamming roads, court hears

Pat King boasted on social media about ‘Freedom Convoy’ jamming roads, court hears

Those videos were tendered as evidence in his criminal trial
Loblaw’s participation in grocery code ‘a big step in the right direction’: Trudeau

Loblaw’s participation in grocery code ‘a big step in the right direction’: Trudeau

Loblaw agreed to sign on after months of negotiations on clarification
P.E.I. considers banning people born after certain date from buying tobacco products

P.E.I. considers banning people born after certain date from buying tobacco products

The idea was first introduced in New Zealand and is now moving forward in the United Kingdom
U.S. sex offender killed 4 girls, women in Calgary in the 1970s: RCMP

U.S. sex offender killed 4 girls, women in Calgary in the 1970s: RCMP

Gary Allen Srery was serving a life sentence for sexual assault when he died in prison in 2011
Ottawa rejects Toronto’s request to decriminalize drug possession

Ottawa rejects Toronto’s request to decriminalize drug possession

It comes after B.C. recently received federal approval to recriminalize public drug possession
New pro-Palestinian encampment begins at Montreal university, organizers say

New pro-Palestinian encampment begins at Montreal university, organizers say

Camp starting at Université du Québec à Montréal as McGill University heads to court to clear people there
Canada Post cracks down on Nunavut loophole to get free Amazon Prime shipping

Canada Post cracks down on Nunavut loophole to get free Amazon Prime shipping

Residents have been using Amazon to avoid the cost of extremely pricey local groceries and goods
RCMP boss wants a new law to deal with threats against politicians

RCMP boss wants a new law to deal with threats against politicians

Police force seeing rise in insults and threats, but behaviour often not considered criminal
‘Exceptional’: Diplomat and RCMP praised sanctioned Haitian, emails suggest

‘Exceptional’: Diplomat and RCMP praised sanctioned Haitian, emails suggest

Canadian lawyers for Deeb say the emails will be used as evidence in a Federal Court challenge
India says Canada yet to provide evidence of its involvement in Nijjar killing

India says Canada yet to provide evidence of its involvement in Nijjar killing

The killing of the Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar last year set off a diplomatic spat