Americans face deadline to file paperwork for Huawei executive’s extradition

OTTAWA — American authorities are facing a key deadline at the end of the month to formally request the extradition of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou from Canada...

Ambassador John McCallum says travel to China safe for most Canadians

OTTAWA — Canada's ambassador to Beijing says he believes it is safe for most Canadians to travel to China, despite the current rocky relations...

Inflation accelerates as higher airfares, vegetable prices offset cheaper gas

OTTAWA — Canada's annual inflation rate accelerated to two per cent last month as higher costs for airfares and fresh vegetables offset cheaper prices at...

Allowing students to skip fees will reduce accountability: campus groups

TORONTO — Student organizations say the Ontario government's decision to allow college and university students to opt out of the fees that fund campus groups, student newspapers...

Ontario’s Tories eliminate free tuition for low-income students

TORONTO — Ontario has eliminated free tuition for low-income students as it attempts to trim a multibillion-dollar deficit, a move that — despite an accompanying...

Former Liberal minister accuses China of using ‘hostage diplomacy’

OTTAWA — A former Liberal justice minister accused China of using "hostage diplomacy" because of its death penalty sentence of one Canadian man, the imprisonment...
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The City of Sault Ste. Marie has launched Shape the Sault to create a new Official Plan for our city. The Official Plan will...

Defence chief admits slower-than-expected growth in female representation

OTTAWA — Canada's top military officer admits there has been slower progress than expected to get more women into the Canadian Forces. New figures show there has been only...

A federal employee is detained in China. Does he have diplomatic immunity?

OTTAWA — "We are extremely concerned as should be all countries around the world that China is choosing to act arbitrarily whether it is...

New advisory board to help RCMP modernize amid history of bullying, harassment

OTTAWA — The federal government is creating an external board of civilian advisers to help the RCMP modernize after years of grappling with internal bullying...

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