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PBO forecasts slower growth and deeper federal deficits

PBO forecasts slower growth and deeper federal deficits

OTTAWA — Parliament's budget watchdog warns that rougher economic waters will mean a deeper federal deficit, with no certainty on how much deeper.
Supreme Court sides with naturopath in manslaughter, negligence case

Supreme Court sides with naturopath in manslaughter, negligence case

OTTAWA — A Quebec naturopath is not guilty of manslaughter or criminal negligence in the death of a patient, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Today's babies won't know life without climate change, new report warns

Today's babies won't know life without climate change, new report warns

OTTAWA — A baby born in Canada today will never know a time in which his or her health isn't at risk from a warming planet, an annual look at climate change and human health reported Wednesday.
One-time Liberal senators rename themselves the Progressive Senate Group

One-time Liberal senators rename themselves the Progressive Senate Group

OTTAWA — The last group of former Liberal senators in Parliament's upper chamber are rebranding themselves as the Progressive Senate Group.

Supreme Court refuses to hear challenge to Quebec gun registry

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear arguments from a pro-gun lobby group aimed at scrapping Quebec's firearms registry.

Court refuses to hear Ottawa manslaughter case that turns on police statements

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not interfere with an appeal court's decision to order a new trial for a man convicted of manslaughter.
Singh, a fireball and outdated Disney classics; In-The-News Nov. 14

Singh, a fireball and outdated Disney classics; In-The-News Nov. 14

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 14. What we are watching in Canada ...

Alberta test case: Planned sale of gas wells, pipelines raises cleanup concerns

CALGARY — The possible transfer of hundreds of sour gas wells, pipelines and other facilities from an energy giant to a much smaller company has raised concerns about Alberta's efforts to ensure taxpayers don't get stuck with the cleanup bill.
Review of federal fossil fuel subsidies appears to be behind schedule

Review of federal fossil fuel subsidies appears to be behind schedule

OTTAWA — Canada's promise to produce an inventory of its fossil fuel subsidies as part of a joint peer review with Argentina appears to be off schedule and may not deliver results until 2021, an environmental advocate says.

Ontario court says Syria lacked jurisdiction to grant couple's divorce

An Ontario court has ruled that a divorce granted in Syria to a couple who had not lived there in two decades will not be recognized in the province, in part because divorce proceedings in that country are unfair to women.