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Movement to oust Blaine Higgs: Dissident PC members fail to trigger leadership review

Movement to oust Blaine Higgs: Dissident PC members fail to trigger leadership review

FREDERICTON — After dissident members of New Brunswick's Progressive Conservative party failed to trigger a leadership review for Blaine Higgs, the premier is calling for unity.
Frustration mounting over unauthorized lobster fishing in southwestern Nova Scotia

Frustration mounting over unauthorized lobster fishing in southwestern Nova Scotia

HALIFAX — Frustration is mounting as some fishermen and politicians in Nova Scotia speak out about the scale of unauthorized lobster fishing in the southwestern part of the province.
B.C. on pace for deadliest year in drug crisis as July brings another 198 deaths

B.C. on pace for deadliest year in drug crisis as July brings another 198 deaths

VANCOUVER — British Columbia is on pace for the deadliest year in its unregulated toxic-drug crisis, with the BC Coroners Service saying another 198 deaths were reported in July.
Suncor's revised focus on oil production proof of need for emissions cap: Guilbeault

Suncor's revised focus on oil production proof of need for emissions cap: Guilbeault

OTTAWA — Recent statements by the CEO of a major oilsands company further the case for federal regulations to cap greenhouse-gas emissions in the oil and gas sector, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said.
A look at British Columbia's 12 wildfires of note

A look at British Columbia's 12 wildfires of note

Twelve of the 400 or so blazes burning in British Columbia are described by the province's wildfire service as "wildfires of note," meaning they are highly visible or pose a threat to public safety.
Ontario pilot dies in plane crash in a southern Alberta field: RCMP

Ontario pilot dies in plane crash in a southern Alberta field: RCMP

CLARESHOLM, Alta. — Mounties say an Ontario woman is dead after a plane crashed in a southern Alberta field. RCMP say emergency crews responded to a call Monday of a plane crash near Claresholm, Alta., about 130 kilometres south of Calgary.
PWHL unveils building blocks of women's pro hockey league, Brian Burke involved

PWHL unveils building blocks of women's pro hockey league, Brian Burke involved

The new women's professional hockey league unveiled its name and "Original Six" cities Tuesday, as well as outlining player intake process for its inaugural season.
Metro and Unifor return to bargaining table after court restricts union pickets

Metro and Unifor return to bargaining table after court restricts union pickets

TORONTO — Metro and Unifor have returned to the bargaining table a month after thousands of the grocer's employees went on strike across Toronto, the union said.
'Anti-pride' protester arrested at drag storytime event in Kamloops, B.C.: RCMP

'Anti-pride' protester arrested at drag storytime event in Kamloops, B.C.: RCMP

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — RCMP say a protest at a drag storytime event for children at a library in the B.C. Interior over the weekend has resulted in one arrest and an investigation into reports of a separate assault at the scene. Cpl.
Toronto FC loans midfielder Kosi Thompson to Norwegian club Lillestrom SK

Toronto FC loans midfielder Kosi Thompson to Norwegian club Lillestrom SK

Toronto FC has loaned midfielder Kosi Thompson on loan to Norwegian top-flight club Lillestrom SK for the remainder of the 2023 Major League Soccer season.