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Quebec police find bodies of two of four missing French snowmobilers

Quebec police find bodies of two of four missing French snowmobilers

ST-HENRI-DE-TAILLON, Que. — A Quebec provincial police search-and-rescue team has found the bodies of two of the four French snowmobilers who plunged into the water last Tuesday in the province's Lac-Saint-Jean region. Sgt.

Quebec Court of Appeal to hear Alexandre Bissonnette appeals on Monday

MONTREAL — Quebec's high court will hear arguments Monday as to whether the length of the sentence handed down to convicted Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette should be changed.
Officials track passengers on flight with coronavirus patient

Officials track passengers on flight with coronavirus patient

Public health officials were working Sunday to track down some of the passengers of a China Southern Airlines flight to Toronto this week after learning that the patient diagnosed with Canada's first case of coronavirus showed symptoms on the plane.
Toronto man says trip to Auschwitz is about educating future generations

Toronto man says trip to Auschwitz is about educating future generations

TORONTO — Joseph Gottdenker was not there the day his relatives were herded into a Polish town square and marked for either a stint in a forced labour camp or instant execution at the hands of German troops.
'Supersites' in Iqaluit, Whitehorse to improve Arctic weather forecasting

'Supersites' in Iqaluit, Whitehorse to improve Arctic weather forecasting

Weather matters in the Arctic like it does in few other places, but Environment Canada's forecasts for the North have long been hampered by poor data.
Tumour on Edmonton woman's liver was rare parasite, not cancer

Tumour on Edmonton woman's liver was rare parasite, not cancer

EDMONTON — Cassidy Armstrong says she washes her hands, cleans her vegetables and doesn't own any pets. "How did I get it? I don't know," says the 36-year-old from Edmonton.
Deputy prime minister asks Opposition not to delay new NAFTA

Deputy prime minister asks Opposition not to delay new NAFTA

OTTAWA — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is asking the Opposition parties not to hold up the new North American free trade deal.
Scope of right-wing extremism vexed security officials, documents show

Scope of right-wing extremism vexed security officials, documents show

OTTAWA — Canadian security officials have been grappling not only with how to address the growing threat of right-wing extremism, but also the best means of defining the phenomenon and explaining it to the public, newly released documents show.
'There are many degrees of hate': Quebec blogger takes on far right

'There are many degrees of hate': Quebec blogger takes on far right

MONTREAL — Far-right group La Meute was once seen as a growing threat in Quebec, with members marching by the hundreds through city streets against what they claimed was the creeping "Islamization" of society.
Metis leaders raise concerns about national council, call for reform

Metis leaders raise concerns about national council, call for reform

OTTAWA — The regional Metis presidents of Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan are calling for reform of the Metis National Council, raising serious concerns about "dysfunction" and about a lack of transparency on the national body's finances and admini