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Scheer confident in campaign's vetting process despite candidate's LGBTQ slurs
On the last day of a difficult week on the campaign trail for Andrew Scheer, the Conservative leader visibly didn't want to talk about a B.C. candidate he fired the previous night for slurs she had made against LGBTQ people.
Quebec players taunted with racial slurs at national baseball championships in N.B.
An official with the Quebec team competing at last weekend's men's national baseball championships in New Brunswick is criticizing the way Baseball Canada handled racist taunts directed at his players.
Canadian sentenced to 10 years in Cuban prison was set up, lawyer says
Benjamin Tomlin, sentenced to 10 years in a Cuban prison, says he is not guilty, and his lawyer says his client was likely set up following a night of partying in a seaside town outside the popular resort destination of Varadero.
Scheer says Liberals exaggerating over his call to review Canada Food Guide
On a visit to an agricultural fair in a battleground riding east of Montreal Tuesday, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer defended his promise to review the Canada Food Guide in order to make the document reflect research put forward by the country's food industry.
'Bad choices make good stories': Margaret Trudeau brings her show to Just for Laughs
Margaret Trudeau says one of the goals of her one-woman show is to kill the conventional wisdom around what is, and isn't, a play.
Quebec anti-corruption unit lacks skills to investigate complex crimes, report says
The head of the office monitoring Quebec's anti-corruption unit, UPAC, recommends it recruit investigators better equipped to fulfil the squad's mission of maintaining the public's faith in the province's institutions.
Trudeau says Ontario 'shortsighted and irresponsible' for challenging carbon tax
The Ontario government's attempt to block the federal carbon tax is shortsighted and irresponsible, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told an environment conference in Montreal Thursday.
Flooding, climate change force Quebecers to rethink relationship with water
Quebec's history, mythology and culture are intertwined with its rivers and lakes, but recurring floods that experts say will only get worse because of climate change are forcing Quebecers and their political leaders to rethink their relationship with water.
Zero diversity among nominees for Quebec TV viewers' choice awards
In a province where roughly 15 per cent of the population is from visible minorities — rising to about 25 per cent in the Montreal area — the Artis gala reflects the lack of diversity among the most prominent people on Quebec television.
Teen tennis star Auger-Aliassime moving up rankings and moving to Monaco
After returning home following an impressive performance at last week's Miami Open, 18-year-old Canadian tennis star Felix Auger-Aliassime said Tuesday his success this year has come more quickly than expected.
Case thrown out against former SNC-Lavalin exec
Stéphane Roy, a former vice-president of SNC-Lavalin, was facing charges of fraud and bribing a foreign public official in connection with the company's dealings with the regime of the late Libyan dictator, Moammar Gadhafi.
Montreal in running to receive United Nations administrative office
Montreal has been chosen as one of four cities to host United Nations service centres under a proposal that would see the international body consolidate some administrative operations in select locations around the globe.
SLĀV show returns to stage as Quebecers grapple with race and representation
Betty Bonifassi, star of SLĀV — a play that has forced a difficult conversation about race in Quebec — told a cheering crowd Tuesday night to sit back down because the show wasn't over yet.
Dreadlocked Quebec comic pleads for calm after being told his hair is racist
A Montreal comic who was told he could not perform — or even be in the audience — at a comedy show because his hairstyle was considered racist, is pleading for calm from both sides of the debate.
Less than 20 per cent of long guns registered in Quebec ahead of Jan. 29 deadline
Quebec's attempt to establish a firearms registry is facing resistance, and with a January deadline looming, less than 20 per cent of the long guns believed to be in the province have been declared.