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Here's a look at the Trudeau government's tax-proposal adjustments

OTTAWA — The federal Liberal government announced several changes this week to the controversial suite of tax-reform proposals it introduced in July.

Two men injured in Saskatchewan wildfire fight still in intensive care

A father and son who were badly burned while fighting a grass fire on their land in southwestern Saskatchewan are still in a Calgary hospital's intensive care unit.

A timeline of the political troubles dogging Finance Minister Bill Morneau

OTTAWA — Here is a timeline looking at Finance Minister Bill Morneau's handling of his personal assets since his appointment: Nov.
Bodies removed from B.C. arena following ammonia leak, evacuation order persists

Bodies removed from B.C. arena following ammonia leak, evacuation order persists

FERNIE, B.C. — The bodies of two men have been removed from an ice arena in southeastern British Columbia following an ammonia leak as officials try to piece together a timeline leading up to the deadly incident.
'First line of defence:' Calgary schools get  toolkit against child abuse

'First line of defence:' Calgary schools get toolkit against child abuse

CALGARY — Schools in Calgary are the first to get a toolkit aimed at helping educators across the country recognize child abuse.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leads the way as Canada courts Amazon

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leads the way as Canada courts Amazon

TORONTO — As Canadian cities compete with each other — and dozens of jurisdictions south of the border — for Amazon's new $50-billion headquarters, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pitched Canada to the company's founder.
Closing arguments end, judge reserves decision in Lindhout hostage-taking trial

Closing arguments end, judge reserves decision in Lindhout hostage-taking trial

OTTAWA — The fate of a Somalian man charged with holding Amanda Lindhout hostage is now in the hands of an Ontario Superior Court judge.
Philpott vows to settle school bus dispute, but First Nations critics skeptical

Philpott vows to settle school bus dispute, but First Nations critics skeptical

OTTAWA — Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott says the Liberal government expects to reach a settlement in the "near future" with a First Nations family that's been battling the federal government to pay for school bus service for a child with
Under fire, Morneau to sell $21M worth of shares, put assets in blind trust

Under fire, Morneau to sell $21M worth of shares, put assets in blind trust

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau, under siege from relentless opposition attacks over how he handled his personal fortune when he entered government in 2015, went on the offensive Thursday with a promise to sell off tens of millions of dollars

B.C. wineries join New Brunswick beer drinker in high court scrap over trade

VICTORIA — British Columbia wine industry complaints about interprovincial trade barriers will be heard in the Supreme Court of Canada as part of an appeal of a cross-border beer dispute in New Brunswick. Vancouver lawyer Shea Coulson says five B.C.