ABERCROMBIE POINT, N.S. — A controversial pulp mill in northern Nova Scotia is facing delays with its new wastewater system, making it likely to miss the provincial deadline of January 2020 to stop using a polluted lagoon. 586 more words
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MONTREAL — A major Quebec university is joining a growing movement toward allowing students — including transgender students who’ve long sought the provision — to use a name other than their given name on campus. 447 more words
Marc Bergevin says it takes a certain type of player to excel in the spotlight.
The general manager of the Montreal Canadiens appears to have found one in Max Domi. 820 more words
OTTAWA — Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc says the Ford government should be unveiling its plan to combat climate change in Ontario, rather than resorting to gimmicks to criticize the federal plan. 161 more words
WINNIPEG — A longtime Manitoba Progressive Conservative party member and volunteer says she was groped by a legislature member ousted from government caucus last month over inappropriate remarks to female staff. 845 more words
CALGARY — Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi says he shares Albertan’s “frustration” at billions of dollars being lost to the Canadian economy due to oil price discounts linked to export pipeline capacity constraints. 265 more words
TORONTO — Rotating Olympic hosts? A single go-to destination every four years? Maybe dump the bid process altogether?
There are no easy answers for what has become a challenging effort of late: finding interested and qualified suitors to host the Winter Games. 875 more words