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Prime minister appoints Quebec lawyer Suzanne Cote to Supreme Court

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has named a Quebec trial lawyer to fill a vacancy on the bench of the Supreme Court of Canada. Read more...

Energy East Pipeline planner cuts ties with P.R. firm over leaked tactics

A Canadian pipeline company will no longer work with a controversial U.S. public relations firm on the Energy East proposal after leaked documents raised concerns about suggested tactics. Read more...

Safety Board: feds not doing enough following Lac-Megantic

The Transportation Safety Board says the federal government isn’t doing enough to enforce proper safety practices by Canada’s railways, airlines and marine operators. Read more...

Canada Post on track for 2014 profit after $22M earned in Q3

Despite more people still choosing email over snail mail, the Canada Post Group of Companies says it's on track to earn a profit this year despite an earlier forecast for a multimillion-dollar loss. Read more...

Witnesses describe horror at burning seniors' home in L'Isle Verte

Witnesses to the seniors' fire that killed 32 people in Quebec last January have described a horror-filled night with residents begging to be saved as flames engulfed them. Read more...

Crown psychiatrist suggests it's possible Magnotta was sane, aware during slaying

A psychiatrist hired by the Crown cast doubt Wednesday on Luka Rocco Magnotta's defence that he was not criminally responsible the night he killed Jun Lin. Read more...

UPDATE: Ghomeshi to plead not guilty to sex assault charges, lawyer says

A lawyer for Jian Ghomeshi says the former CBC radio host plans to plead not guilty to multiple counts of sexual assault. Read more...

Ex-Hab Gilles Tremblay dies at 75

Former Montreal forward Gilles Tremblay, who won four Stanley Cups with the Canadiens in the 1960s, has died at age 75. Read more...

Quebec-based Simons eyes nationwide expansion

Simons is making a major expansion beyond Quebec. Read more...

Local fire chief grilled at inquest into tragedy at seniors' home

The fire chief in the Quebec town of L'Isle-Verte has defended his decisions and his team's work in fighting a blaze at a seniors' home last January that killed 32 people. Read more...

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