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Vancouver actor says she was conned into protesting Meng extradition

VANCOUVER — A Vancouver actor says she was tricked into holding a protest sign outside the court where Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's extradition hearing is underway.
Fraud case against Meng is straightforward, Crown argues at extradition hearing

Fraud case against Meng is straightforward, Crown argues at extradition hearing

VANCOUVER — Lawyers representing the Canadian attorney general say the fraud case against Meng Wanzhou is not "complex" and a British Columbia Supreme Court judge should commit her for extradition.
Union fined for violating court order in Regina refinery labour dispute

Union fined for violating court order in Regina refinery labour dispute

REGINA — A judge has fined Unifor $100,000 for violating a court order that set limits on its picketing of Regina's Co-op refinery.
One dead, five French tourists missing after snowmobiles break through ice in Quebec

One dead, five French tourists missing after snowmobiles break through ice in Quebec

ST-HENRI-DE-TAILLON, Que.

PM Trudeau names third national security adviser in as many years

OTTAWA — A longtime public servant whose decades-long career has spanned portfolios from defence to foreign affairs is being tapped to be Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's third national security adviser in as many years.
B.C. winery worker may cry over spilled wine but ruling won't give his job back

B.C. winery worker may cry over spilled wine but ruling won't give his job back

KELOWNA, B.C. — An employee who twice dumped thousands of litres of wine down a drain at a winery in Kelowna, B.C., cannot expect to return to his job under a labour arbitration ruling.
B.C. privacy commissioner suggests media civility for Prince Harry and Meghan

B.C. privacy commissioner suggests media civility for Prince Harry and Meghan

VICTORIA — British Columbia's privacy commissioner says the media should practice self-regulation when it comes to respecting the privacy rights of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.
Harry and Meghan should cover their own security costs: NDP heritage critic

Harry and Meghan should cover their own security costs: NDP heritage critic

OTTAWA — The NDP's Canadian-heritage critic says he believes Prince Harry and his family should pay for their own security while they're in Canada.
Canadian public health agencies ramping up preparations in response to new virus

Canadian public health agencies ramping up preparations in response to new virus

Canadian public health agencies are ramping up preparations to deal with a new viral illness that has killed 17 people and infected more than 400 in China and has spread to other countries, including one case in the United States.
Feds, Ontario sign funding deal for French-language university in Toronto

Feds, Ontario sign funding deal for French-language university in Toronto

OTTAWA — The federal and Ontario governments have reached a deal on funding a new French-language university in Toronto. An agreement signed Wednesday says the two will spend $126 million on the project over eight years.