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MONTREAL — Quebec City police are saying there is a very strong possibility there will be more arrests in connection with violence during duelling demonstrations over the weekend.
A right-wing group called La Meute gathered Sunday to protest what it claims is a too-charitable refugee and immigration policy by the federal and Quebec governments.
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Ottawa wants info on impact of nuclear-waste bunker on Indigenous community

TORONTO -- Further information on how a proposed nuclear-waste bunker near Lake Huron might affect area First Nations peoples is needed before the government decides whether to approve the project, federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said Monday.
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Police officer takes bus to nab distracted drivers in New Brunswick

SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- A New Brunswick police officer recently caught a ride on a city bus to nab people using their cellphones while driving.
Constable Duane Squires of Saint John police says the initiative was modelled after a similar one carried out by York Regional Police in Ontario.
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Quebec police say 'strong possibility of arrests' following Sunday protest

MONTREAL -- Quebec City police are saying there is a very strong possibility there will be more arrests in connection with violence during duelling demonstrations over the weekend.
A right-wing group called La Meute gathered Sunday to protest what it claims is a too-charitable refugee and immigration policy by the federal and Quebec governments.
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Manitoba signs health funding agreement but not health accord: minister

Manitoba and the federal government have a deal on health funding, but the province maintains it hasn't signed the federal health accord.
The deal will see an extra $10.9 million flow into the province from Ottawa for home care, mental health and addictions.
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Quebec mayor tells right-wing group to leave; says they won popularity contest

MONTREAL -- Quebec City's mayor says right-wing protesters are not welcome in Quebec City but he believes an anti-immigration group won the popularity contest during duelling demonstrations over the weekend.
Mayor Regis Labeaume thanked members of the right-wing group, La Meute, for collaborating with police while some counter-protesters turned violent.
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Manitoba final province to sign health care pact with feds

Manitoba and the federal government have a deal on health funding, but the province maintains it hasn't signed the federal health accord.
The deal will see an extra $10.9 million flow into the province from Ottawa for home care, mental health and addictions.
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The Calgary Airport Authority has been criticized after it relocated some disabled parking bays that were converted to more lucrative "Lexus-only" spaces.
It received a complaint after a family with access needs pulled into the short-term section of the parkade to find five accessible parking spaces they usually use were gone.
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'I was really angry': Canadian former white supremacist shares story

At only 16 years old, Elisa Hategan felt alone and angry.
It was 1991, and she was living with her mother in Toronto after moving to Canada from Communist Romania.
“I had dropped out of high school.
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Woman facing terror charges forced to appear in court: 'You are all infidels'

A Toronto woman facing terror-related charges briefly appeared before a judge via video by force on Thursday, after she refused to attend court three times before.
Rehab Dughmosh, 32, had been refusing to leave her cell to attend court for weeks.
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Solar eclipse 2017: When and where to watch in Canada [Video]

Canadians across the country will be donning special glasses and looking to the sky to take in a partial solar eclipse today.
Unlike the U.S., Canada won’t see a total solar eclipse, where the moon completely covers the sun, blacking out the sky and turning day into night momentarily.
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Ontario pledges 'support' for year-round road access to 3 remote First Nations

The provincial government says it's working with three remote northwestern Ontario First Nations to develop year-round road access that will link the communities to Ontario's highway system.
The partnership between the province, Webequie, Nibinamik and Marten Falls will also facilitate access to the Ring of Fire — a mineral-rich area in the James Bay lowlands, about 575 kilometres north of Thunder Bay — according to the province.
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American tourist in critical condition in Montreal after four-storey fall

Montreal police say a tourist from California is in critical condition after falling four storeys early this morning.
The incident took place at a popular bar in the Gay Village in the city's downtown area.
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