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Work to resume on Calgary water pipe after injuries; consumption continues to rise

Work to resume on Calgary water pipe after injuries; consumption continues to rise

CALGARY — Repairs to a fractured Calgary water pipe were to resume Thursday after two workers were injured at the site, while the city's mayor pleaded with residents to step up their conservation efforts.
Trump endorses former Maryland governor Larry Hogan's Senate bid

Trump endorses former Maryland governor Larry Hogan's Senate bid

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Republican former Gov. Larry Hogan , who has been one of former President Donald Trump's fiercest critics in the GOP, received Trump's endorsement in his Maryland Senate bid on Thursday in an interview on Fox News.
NDP's Jagmeet Singh says report shows 'a number of MPs' have helped foreign states

NDP's Jagmeet Singh says report shows 'a number of MPs' have helped foreign states

OTTAWA — NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says a recent spy watchdog report shows a "number of MPs" have knowingly provided help to foreign governments — behaviour he calls unethical or even illegal.

Attorney charged in voting machine tampering case announces run for Michigan Supreme Court

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — An attorney charged in connection with an effort to illegally access and tamper with voting machines in Michigan after the 2020 election said Thursday that he's running for the state's high court.
Tories appeal to Jewish community ahead of byelection, allege 'betrayal' by Trudeau

Tories appeal to Jewish community ahead of byelection, allege 'betrayal' by Trudeau

OTTAWA — The federal Conservatives are asking the Jewish community in a Toronto riding to send Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a message about his "betrayal" by voting for the Tory candidate in an upcoming byelection. Voters in Toronto—St.
California Senate approves ban on schools notifying parents of their child's pronoun change

California Senate approves ban on schools notifying parents of their child's pronoun change

SACRAMENTO, Calif.
Liberals set aside little for disability benefit, despite spending boast: advocate

Liberals set aside little for disability benefit, despite spending boast: advocate

OTTAWA — An advocacy group for people with disabilities says the federal government has set aside very little money for a new benefit, and takes issue with a Liberal minister's claim that it is the biggest line item in the budget.
Legault government pursuing controversial 'third link' in Quebec City

Legault government pursuing controversial 'third link' in Quebec City

MONTREAL — The Quebec government is moving ahead with a controversial transportation project in the provincial capital that has for years been a political lightning rod.
NunatuKavut Community Council celebrates Federal Court decision in identity case

NunatuKavut Community Council celebrates Federal Court decision in identity case

OTTAWA — The Federal Court has weighed in on the increasingly controversial issue of so-called Indigenous identity theft that has caused a rift in Labrador — or at least, that's how the group at the centre of its work is taking it.
Family of victim of admitted serial killer reflects on plan to search landfill

Family of victim of admitted serial killer reflects on plan to search landfill

WINNIPEG — Donna Bartlett says she was overcome with emotion when standing earlier this week at the landfill where her granddaughter's remains were dumped more than two years ago.