Decision on raising carbon price won’t be made for at least 2 years: environment minister

Jonathan Wilkinson said his first priority in the new Parliament will be figuring out how Canada is going to meet its target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
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SNC-Lavalin executive Sami Bebawi found guilty on five counts
Former SNC-Lavalin executive Sami Bebawi has been found guilty of the five counts against him.
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Privacy commissioner finds gaps in federal party policies on personal data collection
All the major federal political parties failed to ensure people gave valid consent to the collection and use of their personal information, concluded an analysis by the federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien.
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SNC-Lavalin: Jury in corruption trial finds Bebawi guilty on all counts
Bebawi, 73, was on trial over the last six weeks at the Montreal courthouse. The jury had been deliberating since Thursday.
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Police investigating deadly shooting in Downsview plaza
City homicide detectives are investigating after a man was found shot to death inside a vehicle in a North York parking lot. At around 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning, emergency crews were called to the Downsview Plaza parking lot at Keele St. and Wilson Ave. for reports of a man found without vital signs. Police later […]
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This Canadian improved his balance thanks to tongue-tingling neural therapy
A business intelligence analyst from Calgary is using a device that sits on the surface of the tongue and delivers mild, high-frequency electrical impulses while he undergoes an intense regimen of daily physiotherapy
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John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John don 'Grease' costumes for the first time in 40 years
Over 40 years after Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson first fell in love on movie screens across North America, the stars of 'Grease' have stepped back into the shoes of those iconic characters, appearing in costume at a sing-a-long event in Florida.
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Fire forces evacuation of several units in St. John’s apartment building
There was no immediate word on the cause of the fire but the RNC say the incident is being investigated by the Criminal Investigation Division.
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The best of The Simpsons’ worst seasons: a streaming guide
Some fans think the animated comedy peaked in its first 11 seasons. But with a full 30 seasons on Disney Plus, here are 22 episodes worth your time.
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Greta Thunberg tweets photo of her sitting on floor of crowded German train
Thunberg posted the tweet late Saturday with the comment "travelling on overcrowded trains through Germany. And I'm finally on my way home!''
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Nova Scotia communities await decision on contentious pulp mill pipeline proposal
The proposal has created divisions, with opponents such as Mi'kmaq fisherman Warren Francis arguing their futures are also at risk.
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Crews fail to locate last 2 New Zealand volcano victims due to toxic ash, gas
Ten of the dead are thought to be Australians. Of the 47 people on White Island when it erupted, 24 were Australian citizens and four more were permanent residents of Australia.
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The Rolling Stones' first manager is teaching a university class in B.C.
Andrew Loog Oldham, the first manager of the Rolling Stones, is bringing his stories from the road to a classroom at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C.
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Fitness: How much does exercise inspire other healthy habits?
Try monitoring several lifestyle markers as you boost your activity levels. Take note of your diet, sleeping habits, blood pressure, heart rate and time spent with your feet up.
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Critics question changes in Ford government’s proposed legal aid law, like how the term ‘low-income’ is nowhere to be found
Here’s what stands out among the changes in the new legal aid bill the province introduced this week.
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Shawn Micallef: Think no good architecture has been built in Toronto in the last 50 years? This new book proves otherwise
A new book tells the story of Canada’s modern, determined invention, writes Shawn Micallef.
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Can The Witcher on Netflix conjure up a hit?
Henry Cavill looks picture perfect in the role, writes Raju Mudhar. Here’s hoping he has better luck with this character than Superman.
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‘They saw him hanging and did nothing’: A teen’s agony in Rikers
A series of mistakes by correction officers and other staff members at Rikers suggest lapses in the supervision of people with mental health issues at the city’s jail.
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1 dead after strong earthquake hits the Philippines
The magnitude 6.9 quake struck an area about six kilometers northwest of Padada town in Davao del Sur province at a depth of 30 kilometers, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.
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Former Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham to headline rock dreams course at B.C. university
Oldham, 75, who was the first manager and producer of the Rolling Stones in 1963 said he’s bringing his music industry experience and “war stories” to Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C., to teach a 13-week course.
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While you were sleeping: Athlete wins three medals with homemade 'Nikes'
Unable to afford shoes, she wrapped her feet with tape then drew a Nike "swoosh" logo on the makeshift footwear.
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Fire forces evacuations from Newfoundland apartment building
A fire in St. John’s forced the evacuation of more than a dozen units in an apartment building on Saturday.
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Pedestrian dead after being hit by car in Toronto’s east end
Emergency crews were called to Lawrence Avenue East, just east of Barrymore Road and west of McCowan Road, at around 1:30 a.m. on Sunday.
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Alberta man killed in single vehicle crash
The male driver of a small sedan was killed in a crash on Highway 3 in Fort Macleod, Alta., early Sunday morning.
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Political parties miss the mark on protecting individuals' privacy, commissioner says
The privacy policies of all the major federal political parties failed to ensure people gave valid consent to the collection and use of their personal information, according to an analysis by the federal privacy commissioner.
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Noxious substance takes over London, Ont. apartment building, police evacuate
Emergency crews evacuated an east end apartment building early Sunday morning due to the presence of a harmful substance. One person was taken to hospital.
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Hong Kong police the target of both anger, love as rallies continue
Several thousand people, some making heart signs with their hands, turned out in Hong Kong on Sunday in an unusual display of support for the police force, even as riot officers clashed elsewhere with protesters and pepper-sprayed a crowd.
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Three men stabbed after break-in at Parc-Extension residence
Four suspects remain at large after fleeing on foot.
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Nova Scotia communities await decision on contentious pulp mill pipeline proposal
Residents are awaiting word from politicians in Halifax and Ottawa on the contentious plan by Northern Pulp to pump 85 million litres of effluent a day into the Northumberland Strait.
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The Witcher tops this week’s TV must-sees
1. The Witcher Season 1 Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski’s epic fantasy novels will be adapted into a new series starring Henry Cavill as a mutated monster hunter trying to find his place in a world where people are often more cruel than beasts. The show has already been renewed for a second season. When: Friday […]
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COMMENTARY: Canada’s war in Afghanistan was complicated, but it was no failure
Canadian troops and government officials in Afghanistan did a better job than their allies at winning Afghan hearts and minds, Matthew Fisher says.
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Man dies after being found in SUV at north-end Toronto plaza with gunshot wound: police
Emergency crews were called to a plaza at the north-east corner of Keele Street and Wilson Avenue with reports the man was at a SUV and appeared to be medical distress.
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China postpones tariffs on U.S. goods after striking interim trade deal
Sunday's announcement came after Washington agreed to postpone a planned tariff hike on $160 billion of Chinese goods and to cut in half penalties that already were imposed.
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Longest UN climate talks ever fail to reach deal on carbon markets
Marathon international climate talks ended with negotiators postponing until next year a key decision on how to regulate global carbon markets.
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Businesses face lower tax burden in Canada even after Trump tax cuts: Finance Department
Finance Minister Bill Morneau was told months before he gave a federal helping hand to the country's businesses that companies operating in Canada faced a better tax environment than in the United States, even after the Trump administration's sharp tax cuts.
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U.K. Labour Party chief Jeremy Corbyn apologizes after crushing election defeat
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party won 365 of the 650 seats in the House of Commons in Thursday’s landslide election. Labour took 203 seats, its worst total since 1935.
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UN climate summit ends with no deal to regulate global carbon markets
After two weeks of negotiations in Madrid on tackling global warming, delegates from almost 200 nations passed declarations calling for greater ambition in cutting planet-heating greenhouse gases and in helping poor countries that are suffering the effects of climate change.
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Yes, your poops are different on your period. Here’s why
Running to the bathroom more often during that time of month? According to one expert, hormones are largely to blame.
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Only the lonely: Holiday season can be a struggle for some
Loneliness is the new social poverty. It’s a dark and painful catastrophe affecting an alarming number of people. The desolation and emptiness of loneliness is linked to mental and physical decline, and death. Marcia Evans (her birth name) knows that empty feeling all too well, and that loneliness feels especially shameful around the holiday season. […]
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It’s time to ditch the oversimplified theory that trans people just want to pee in peace
Trans people are more visible now than ever before, says Niko Stratis. But we’ve stalled on turning that visibility into nuanced discussions.
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Martin Regg Cohn: Why Doug Ford can afford to ignore Ontario’s NDP
By the next provincial election, the NDP’s Andrea Horwath will have been leader for more than 13 years, long after other defeated politicians who served at the same time have moved on. Perhaps then, in 2022, it will finally be Horwath’s time to lead — if not time to leave, Martin Regg Cohn writes.
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Bergen, Rempel Garner aren't ruling out Conservative leadership bid
Two high-profile female Conservative MPs say they aren’t dismissing the idea of running for party leader now that Andrew Scheer has announced he’ll resign.
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