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Eagle with broken wing now in recovery facility after RCMP rescue

Eagle with broken wing now in recovery facility after RCMP rescue

BELLA COOLA, B.C. — A pair of police officers on British Columbia's central coast went beyond the call of duty to rescue a local constituent over the long weekend.
CP Rail talks to resume in Calgary after unions reject railway offer

CP Rail talks to resume in Calgary after unions reject railway offer

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.
New space strategy to be unveiled 'in the coming months': Bains

New space strategy to be unveiled 'in the coming months': Bains

MONTREAL — A new Canadian space strategy that is already at least one year behind schedule is only months away, Science Minister Navdeep Bains said Friday. "We haven't determined the exact date, but it will be as soon as possible," he said.

Appeal court agrees with sentence for Edmonton teacher who had sex with girl

EDMONTON — Alberta's highest court has upheld a 10-year sentence for an Edmonton teacher who had sex with a student. The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal of Paul Martial, who wanted a shorter sentence.
Manitoba premier says grants will be more dependent on private matching dollars

Manitoba premier says grants will be more dependent on private matching dollars

WINNIPEG — A project billed as the largest Inuit art centre in the world took another step forward Friday as Manitoba promised another $5 million.

Asylum-seeker claims to be processed faster: immigration minister

OTTAWA — Asylum seekers who cross illegally into Canada — only to wait many months for their refugee claims to be processed — may find their cases finalized sooner as a result of federal changes.

One of oldest Newfoundlanders dead at 108:'She lived each day to the fullest'

CORNER BROOK, N.L. — One of Newfoundland's oldest residents has died at the age of 108. An obituary says Mary Catherine Power died in Corner Brook on Wednesday.
Dominique Anglade denies rumours she's mobilizing to lead Quebec Liberals

Dominique Anglade denies rumours she's mobilizing to lead Quebec Liberals

MONTREAL — A senior member of Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard's cabinet flatly denied Friday she has begun mobilizing a bid to succeed him as Liberal leader.

Archbishop orders N.B. churches to return federal cash over abortion pledge

MONCTON, N.B. — A New Brunswick archbishop has ordered several Roman Catholic parishes to return federal funding they applied for without reading the fine print on abortion rights.
Alberta Appeals Court bumps up award to 'Scud Stud' in defamation case

Alberta Appeals Court bumps up award to 'Scud Stud' in defamation case

CALGARY — A former war correspondent has been awarded another $200,000 in costs related to his years-long legal dispute with one of Canada's biggest media companies.