OTTAWA—The newly-struck North American trade agreement will let more American dairy products into Canada and, while it has yet to be ratified, it's already putting at least one MP from the governing Liberals in an awkward spot.
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VANCOUVER—The Calgary Stampeders have cemented their spot atop the CFL's West Division but the club's head coach feels like his squad doesn't have what it takes to win heading into the playoffs.
“We need to be a better team,” Dave Dickenson said Saturday night after the Stamps beat the B.C. Lions 26-9.
TORONTO — A paper published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal suggests life expectancy in Canada could be threatened by the same factors that are causing it to fall in the United States.
TORONTO—Ontario's ombudsman said yesterday his office has received more than 1,000 complaints about the province's online cannabis store since it launched earlier this month.
Paul Dube said he's set up a triage team to deal specifically with the flood of concerns over the government-run Ontario Cannabis Store.
VANCOUVER—Before the Vancouver Canucks kicked off their season, head coach Travis Green said he wanted his team to “score by committee.”
They did just that last night when they beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-2.
Jake Virtanen, Brendan Gaunce, and Antoine Roussel all found the net for the Canucks (8-6-0).
MONTREAL—The Canadian Space Agency is confirming that astronaut David Saint-Jacques will launch Dec. 3 for a six-month mission aboard the International Space Station.
The fate of the Canadian's voyage had been in question after a Soyuz rocket failure last month, but now he will blast off more than two weeks earlier than originally planned.
CHURCHILL, Man.—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was to visit the northern Manitoba community of Churchill today as residents celebrate the arrival of the first train to roll into town in more than a year.
The train pulled in yesterday evening, surprising residents who expected it to arrive today.
VANCOUVER—The federal government wants to create new ocean sanctuaries in British Columbia as part of an additional $61.5 million it is spending to protect endangered killer whales.
OTTAWA—A woman, who lost her son to suicide that later was linked to his service with the Canadian military in Afghanistan, has been named this year's Silver Cross Mother.
The Royal Canadian Legion said Anita Cenerini of Winnipeg will represent the country with the title until the end of October, 2019.
OTTAWA—The killings of 11 worshippers inside a Pittsburgh synagogue on the weekend has reframed the prime minister's plan for an apology on Canada's decision to close its doors to Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.