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Little potash spilled after derailment in B.C. lake: government spokesman

Little potash spilled after derailment in B.C. lake: government spokesman

VALEMOUNT, B.C. — Two rail cars containing potash have been removed from Moose Lake in eastern British Columbia after a Canadian National train derailed Thursday. A spokesman with the B.C.

Border agents on the lookout for parental abductions during holiday season

MONTREAL — Canadian border officials say they're on the lookout for parental abductions, which are statistically shown to rise during the holiday travel season.
Sex abuse complainants suing Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh in Nova Scotia

Sex abuse complainants suing Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia man whose sex abuse convictions were quashed by the Supreme Court of Canada is being sued by six complainants who say he inflicted a lifetime of emotional harm.
Liberals face challenge to climate, economic policies early in 2020

Liberals face challenge to climate, economic policies early in 2020

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads into 2020 promising to chart a path to Canada's most ambitious greenhouse-gas emissions target yet: getting to a point within 30 years where Canada is adding no emissions that will stay in the atmosphere.
Trudeau on climate and ultra-rare disease; In The News for Dec. 27

Trudeau on climate and ultra-rare disease; In The News for Dec. 27

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 Dec. 27. What we are watching in Canada ...
'Itch like crazy:' Edmonton boy battles ultra-rare disease

'Itch like crazy:' Edmonton boy battles ultra-rare disease

EDMONTON — Armando Perez was only three months old when he got itchy. His mom, Alexandra Perez, says it wasn't normal scratching that could be fixed with a cute pair of baby mittens.
'Right thing for a premier to do:' Saskatchewan's Moe reflects on Pride parade

'Right thing for a premier to do:' Saskatchewan's Moe reflects on Pride parade

REGINA — Before Scott Moe participated in his first Pride parade earlier this year, the Saskatchewan premier ran it past his young adult daughter.
These are the most popular Twitter searches in Canada in 2019

These are the most popular Twitter searches in Canada in 2019