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A tornado on Friday afternoon tore roofs off of homes, overturned cars and felled power lines in the Ottawa community of Dunrobin and in Gatineau, Que.
Trudeau is beginning his day at the opening of the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit, where he’s scheduled to deliver brief remarks later this afternoon.
Trudeau ordered Champagne to talk with provinces and territories about ways to “address the timeliness of the flow of funds” to projects.
A lot has changed since the Liberals came to power in Canada in 2015
16 people died when Humboldt Broncos bus collided with a semi-truck in rural Saskatchewan
At one point more than 200,000 hydro customers were blacked out
Letter came after a report on sexual abuse of more than 1,000 children in six Pennsylvania dioceses
Hydro Ottawa says more than 170,000 customers were without power early this morning
Tilray’s share price closed at $123 US on Friday, a decline from its intraday peak of nearly $300 US earlier in the week
A $30-million contribution to a $117-million tidal project hopes to harness the immense power of the Bay of Fundy
The question: Is Nova Scotia the second mating site for Atlantic white sharks, something scientists say could be key to protecting the endangered species.
A Canadian lawyer says the World Anti-Doping Agency rushed into accepting a bad deal by reinstating the country’s drug-testing program.
Emergency managers on Friday ordered about 500 people to flee homes along the Lynches River
The feds have ordered the National Energy Board to bring recommendations on whether pipeline expansion should proceed
Kavanaugh has denied al allegations of sexual misconduct
The federal Fisheries Minister says it’s a ‘critical issue’
There was no mention of Russia publicly accepting a state-sponsored conspiracy to help its athletes win Olympic medals by doping.