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Jury in Donald Trump’s hush money case asks to rehear testimony as deliberations get underway

Jury in Donald Trump’s hush money case asks to rehear testimony as deliberations get underway

NEW YORK (AP) — Jury deliberations began Wednesday in Donald Trump’s hush money trial , placing the outcome of the history-making case in the hands of a dozen New Yorkers who have vowed to be fair and impartial in the face of their unprecedented task
Toronto Liberal MP says politicians need more protection after office vandalized

Toronto Liberal MP says politicians need more protection after office vandalized

OTTAWA — A Toronto MP says vandalism that defaced the outside of her constituency office is an "attack on democracy." Liberal MP Julie Dzerowicz says two people dressed in black approached her Davenport constituency office at 1 a.m.
"Are you with me?" Biden and Harris launch Black voter outreach and warn of a second Trump term

"Are you with me?" Biden and Harris launch Black voter outreach and warn of a second Trump term

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — President Joe Biden renewed his election-year pitch to Black voters on Wednesday, lashing out at Donald Trump’s “MAGA lies” and said the winner of this year's White House race will make crucial decisions, including nominees for th
N.B. premier says he hasn't seen sex education presentation he banned from schools

N.B. premier says he hasn't seen sex education presentation he banned from schools

FREDERICTON — Premier Blaine Higgs says he saw only one slide of the sex education presentation that he banned from New Brunswick schools.
Acadian groups say Chignecto Isthmus should be designated national park

Acadian groups say Chignecto Isthmus should be designated national park

HALIFAX — Organizations representing Acadians in Atlantic Canada are proposing the Chignecto Isthmus, which links New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, be turned into a national park.
Blair announces training, equipment deals at military trade show

Blair announces training, equipment deals at military trade show

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Bill Blair came to the country's largest defence industry trade show on Wednesday to announce billions of dollars in training and equipment deals for the armed forces, and faced yet more questions about Canada's commitment t
Trump's hush money case has gone to the jury. What happens now?

Trump's hush money case has gone to the jury. What happens now?

NEW YORK (AP) — After nearly two dozen witnesses, 16 days of testimony and hours of lawyers' closing arguments, it's time for the jurors to have their say in Donald Trump's hush money trial.
Conservative attacks on Speakers in Ottawa, Regina a pattern, say Liberals and NDP

Conservative attacks on Speakers in Ottawa, Regina a pattern, say Liberals and NDP

OTTAWA — The House leaders for the federal Liberals and NDP say conservative politicians are displaying a pattern of attacks against Speakers' independence.
City council strips Kamloops B.C. mayor of ability to speak on behalf of the city

City council strips Kamloops B.C. mayor of ability to speak on behalf of the city

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The mayor of Kamloops will no longer speak for the city, after council passed a resolution stripping him of his position as its official spokesman.
Justice minister says Online Harms Act leaves room for age-appropriate design options

Justice minister says Online Harms Act leaves room for age-appropriate design options

OTTAWA — The federal justice minister said Wednesday the government's online harms bill includes measures to protect children using age-appropriate web design.