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Canadian moose hunter accused of illegally entering the United States

JACKMAN, Maine — U.S. Border Patrol agents have arrested a Canadian citizen who they say illegally entered the U.S. and hunted moose. The Bangor Daily News reports the person was arrested Tuesday near the St. Zacharie Port of Entry.
Cannabis legalization: Drug-impaired charges could lead to court backlog

Cannabis legalization: Drug-impaired charges could lead to court backlog

HALIFAX — Canada's decision to legalize cannabis will create a backlog in the courts as those charged with driving while drug-impaired are sure to launch a wave of legal challenges, a lawyer who specializes in impaired driving cases says.

Japanese car part maker INOAC Corp. fined $1.3 million for bid-rigging

OTTAWA — Japanese car parts manufacturer INOAC Corp. has been fined $1.3 million by Ontario's Superior Court of Justice after it pleaded guilty to rigging bids.
Annual pace of inflation slows to 2.2 per cent in September: Statistics Canada

Annual pace of inflation slows to 2.2 per cent in September: Statistics Canada

OTTAWA — The annual pace of inflation slowed more than expected in September as increases in the price of gasoline continued to ease. Statistics Canada said Friday the consumer price index in September was up 2.

Manitoba man sentenced to eight years in 'horrific' death of his young daughter

WINNIPEG — A Manitoba man has been sentenced to eight years for the death of his 21-month-old daughter after failing to report abuse the judge called horrific and noticeable.

New trial ordered for cop acquitted of sexually assaulting intoxicated woman

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A new trial has been ordered in the high-profile case of a Newfoundland police officer acquitted of sexually assaulting an intoxicated woman he drove home from a bar while on duty. A St. John's jury found Const.
Feds dead set against 'ridiculous' quotas to replace steel, aluminum tariffs

Feds dead set against 'ridiculous' quotas to replace steel, aluminum tariffs

WASHINGTON — Canada is not about to agree to quotas or other limits on its exports in order to get the United States to lift punishing tariffs on steel and aluminum, says a source close to the ongoing talks to resolve the lingering tit-for-tat trade
Dog deaths in North Vancouver may be tied to suspected mushroom poisoning: RCMP

Dog deaths in North Vancouver may be tied to suspected mushroom poisoning: RCMP

VANCOUVER — Dog owners in North Vancouver are being advised to keep their pets on a short leash if they are walking in Cates Park along the shores of Burrard Inlet. RCMP Sgt.
Here's a list of September inflation rates for selected Canadian cities

Here's a list of September inflation rates for selected Canadian cities

OTTAWA — Canada's national annual inflation rate was 2.2 per cent in September, Statistics Canada says.

Here's a list September inflation rates for Canadian provinces, territories

OTTAWA — Canada's national annual inflation rate was 2.2 per cent in September, Statistics Canada says. Here's what happened in the provinces (previous month in brackets): — Newfoundland and Labrador: 1.4 per cent (2.5) — Prince Edward Island: 1.