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Charity watchdog tells MPs its research raised red flags over WE

A charity watchdog group told MPs that it dropped its rating of WE Charity after it looked closer at whether the organization was making the difference it intended.

Lockheed Martin promises $16.9B injection to Canadian economy with F-35s

Lockheed Martin, the manufacturer of the controversial F-35 warplane, underscored in a slick presentation what it is already doing for the Canadian aerospace industry and what more it can likely do if the Liberals choose the stealth fighter to replace the country's CF-18s.

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil to step down after 17 years in politics

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil announced Thursday he will be stepping down but will stay on until a new Liberal Party leader is chosen.

Canada 'profoundly concerned' over Chinese death sentence for citizen in drug case

Canada is "profoundly concerned" about a Canadian citizen sentenced to death on drug charges in China Thursday, a spokesman for the federal government says amid heightened tension between the two countries.

Toronto police 'made the wrong decision' not to report Black teen's beating to police watchdog: interim chief

Interim Toronto police Chief James Ramer said Thursday that the service "made the wrong decision" when it chose not to report the beating of Dafonte Miller at the hands of an off-duty officer to Ontario's police watchdog.

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