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West Face accuses Israeli intelligence firm of covertly targeting employees

West Face Capital Inc.
Some Tories say PM strayed too far from historic wrongs in LGBTQ apology

Some Tories say PM strayed too far from historic wrongs in LGBTQ apology

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says his response to the apology for past state-sanctioned discrimination against LGBTQ people in Canada was sincere, but some of his MPs say Prime Minister Justin Trudeau crossed the line.
'I expect better:' Police chief says 2 more officers face drunk-driving charges

'I expect better:' Police chief says 2 more officers face drunk-driving charges

Winnipeg's police chief says he will investigate whether more must be done to fight impaired driving in the city's police force following the arrests of two more officers.
The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, Nov. 29 ——— ALBERTA JUDGE NAMED TO THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA: Alberta-based judge Sheilah Martin has been appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada.

B.C. court grants a conditional sentence to woman in standoff with police

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A woman shot by police three times in an armed standoff in eastern British Columbia has been given a conditional sentence because the Crown says she was also a victim.
Slimmer Globe and Mail print edition saves $1 million in annual newsprint costs

Slimmer Globe and Mail print edition saves $1 million in annual newsprint costs

CALGARY — The Globe and Mail will roll out a redesigned newspaper with fewer, bigger sections starting Friday that will be printed on narrower paper to make handling easier for readers and save money on newsprint costs.

Canada useful to U.S. hosting North Korea crisis meeting, officials say

OTTAWA — The guest list isn't firmed up, the date and location are still to be determined.
47% decrease in mortgage loan insurance business 'new normal': CMHC

47% decrease in mortgage loan insurance business 'new normal': CMHC

TORONTO — Canada's national housing agency said Wednesday that the 47 per cent decline in the country's insured mortgage market year-over-year in the third quarter is the "new normal level." The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
A look at some of the cases involving new Supreme Court Justice Sheilah Martin

A look at some of the cases involving new Supreme Court Justice Sheilah Martin

OTTAWA — Sheilah Martin of Calgary has been appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Montreal-area Mohawk community members challenge 'marry out, move out' rules

Montreal-area Mohawk community members challenge 'marry out, move out' rules

MONTREAL — Christopher Fragnito grew up in Chateauguay, Que. — just outside the Kahnawake Mohawk territory his mother used to call home.