The people will judge who is right about Bill 21, Legault tells Trudeau

Quebec's secularism law, Bill 21, continues to dog Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the federal election campaign. Arriving for his first day on the trail in Quebec, Trudeau said it would be irresponsible of him to not contemplate a legal challenge.
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Contract dispute between Penticton man and construction company
"You owe us the rest of our money, and we're not sending anyone back to your property until were paid.”
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Thailand opposition party rallies thousands, urging them to stand up for democracy
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkrit, leader of the Future Forward Party, made an impassioned speech urging Thailand to stand up and fight for democracy.
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Recent immigrants in Edmonton take part in their first Canadian Christmas celebration
More than 100 recent immigrants took part in their first Canadian Christmas celebration Saturday.
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Milanovich joins Eskimos as new head coach
TERRY JONES Postmedia Network Nobody had Scott Milanovich on the radar to return to the CFL and become the 22nd head coach of the Edmonton Eskimos. He was on a career path to become an offensive coordinator and eventually a head coach in the NFL. What made the man who won two Grey Cups as […]
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Markham Waxers hockey club assist GlobalMedic’s goal
Players from the Markham Waxers hockey team assisted Global Medic on Saturday in helping millions abroad in possible disaster zones. Rahul Singh, Toronto Paramedic and executive director of GlobalMedic, said roughly 40 boys, coaches, siblings and parents did an “awesome job” achieving a goal of putting together upwards of 1,200 kits — to be distributed […]
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Canadian man diagnosed with brain tumour in Thailand returns home
An Ontario man diagnosed with a brain tumour during a trip to Thailand has finally arrived back on Canadian soil, where he is expected to undergo surgery soon.
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STROBEL: Discovering ties that bind at Variety Village
Human bonds are Variety Village’s stock-in-trade, and they’re easy to spot. There they are in the happy mob of student bakers roaming Village halls the other day noisily peddling slices of their cheesecake for $2. There are coaches here who, when laid off during tough times a decade ago, kept working for nothing rather than […]
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Rescuers struggle to locate bodies of last volcano victims
A second land search of New Zealand's volcanic White Island on Sunday failed to locate the bodies of the last two victims of an eruption that claimed the lives of at least 15 people, most of them tourists.
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MCCARTHY: Els defends Aussie fans … Prez Cup draft top-notch … When golf goes wild
International captain Ernie Els delivered one of the most compelling moments of the week at the Presidents Cup, and he did it from a chair in the interview room. During the captain’s press conferences on Saturday after the matches, and after answering questions about Patrick Reed’s caddie’s altercation with a fan, American captain Tiger Woods […]
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Raptors weren’t sweating rare three-game skid ahead of Nets game
Despite a rare three-game losing streak ahead of Saturday night’s game against Brooklyn, the Raptors were keeping their heads up. “They’re OK,” coach Nick Nurse said during his pre-game availability. “Nobody likes going through a little losing streak (last year’s team only lost three in a row once), and nobody likes going through a shooting […]
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Toy drive honours man who secretly donated to B.C. Children's Hospital
The Victor Ghirra Toy Drive celebrated 13 years on Saturday. Loved ones have collected more than 40,650 toys for charities in his memory.
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Woman arrested after allegedly attempting to abduct her son from North Saanich school
Two RCMP officers were injured after the mother fled the school and drove away while police pursued.
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Moore and Moore personnel movement on the way for Leafs organization
EDMONTON — The Leafs will be getting Moore for their money in more ways than one next week. Likely before Tuesday’s home game against Buffalo, the club will activate forward Trevor Moore from injured reserve, giving coach Sheldon Keefe a valued winger he knows well from his Marlies’ days, but has yet to coach at […]
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Canes end Flames’ 7-game win streak; Isles top Sabres in OT
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — James Reimer made 32 stops and Warren Foegele scored twice and the Carolina Hurricanes ended Calgary's seven-game winning streak with a 4-0 victory over the Flames on Saturday.
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It’s now up to Torontonians to protect city’s oldest tree
Celebrity gardener Mark Cullen and his wife Mary have kicked off fundraising with a $100,000 donation.
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Tim Hortons removes sign ordering customers to leave after 30 minutes
A Tim Hortons location in Ottawa has taken down a sign threatening customers with trespassing if they stay longer than 30 minutes.
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END OF THE LINE: Despite GM closure, Oshawa has plenty of gas in its tank
Oshawa today is a tale of two cities. When General Motors shuts down in a few days, it’ll be the end of an era for the town. On Dec. 20, the last vehicle will roll off the assembly line as the industry that defined Oshawa for 100 years closes its doors. But for all that […]
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Online reports show rise in monthly rental prices in Kelowna
According to the report, Kelowna’s average monthly rental price for a two-bedroom unit in November was $1,966 -- up 2.8 per cent from one month prior.
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How the Calgary library’s new language centre will help Indigenous children find themselves in literature
Twelve authors, each representing a Treaty 7 nation, were part of a book launch at the Calgary Central Library on Saturday, where a new Indigenous language resource centre just opened. Each of the books were written in the authors’ respective traditional languages and will become part of the library’s permanent collection.
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Canadian lugers Caitlin Nash and Natalie Corless become the first female team to compete in a World Cup doubles race
They even led the race briefly, if only because they were the first ones on the course. They finished 22 of 23 sleds.
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Utility rates for Regina residents to rise 3% starting Jan. 1
Households will see an annual increase of $50, while commercial properties will see an annual increase of $385.
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Hallmark removes wedding ads featuring two brides, calls debate 'distracting'
Under pressure from a conservative advocacy group, The Hallmark Channel has pulled ads for a wedding-planning website that featured two brides kissing at the altar.
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Vancouver teens stage ‘funeral for our future’ calling for climate change action
The Sustainabiliteens protested the inaction of world leaders at the end of a two-week United Nations climate change conference in Madrid.
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Indigenous Language Centre opens at Calgary library
The Central Library in Calgary officially opened the centre on Saturday, and unveiled 12 new children’s books written in Indigenous languages.
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REAL SCOOP: Killer appeals denial of faint hope hearing
I spent Friday in a Court of Appeal hearing for convicted killer Robbie Soomel. Last year he tried to get a faint hope hearing, but a judge denied him that opportunity saying it was unlikely a jury would knock time off his sentence given that he had killed “twice.” Soomel’s lawyer said Friday that the […]
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Salah brace helps Liverpool move 10 points clear in EPL race
Mo Salah used his blistering pace and a bit of trickery to score both goals in Liverpool’s 2-0 win againstWatford on Saturday as the Reds, benefiting from stumbles at home by Leicester and Chelsea, took a 10-point lead atop the English Premier League.
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Crack dealer found guilty of manslaughter in father of four’s stabbing death
Toronto jury finds Christopher Gordon, 20, guilty of manslaughter in stabbing death of David Blacquiere, 54
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REAL SCOOP: Surrey's new top cop to keep up fight against gangs
It will be interesting to follow all the developments in policing in Surrey over the next year. Now the RCMP has a new officer in charge of the detachment, who will begin his new job in January. Here’s my story: Surrey’s new top cop looking forward to the challenge, even if it is short-lived KIM […]
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MLB has bullish trade market
The more ambitious Major League Baseball teams will turn to the trade market with all the $200-million (U.S.) players off the board.
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Deliberations in trial of ex-SNC exec Sami Bebawi end Saturday with no verdict
Bebawi, 73, has pleaded not guilty to five charges that include fraud, corruption of foreign officials and laundering proceeds of crime.
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EDITORIAL: Politicians in denial about growing gun violence
How long are our politicians going to ignore the statistics staring them in the face, showing that banning police street checks (aka carding) has led to a dramatic spike in gun violence in Toronto? In 2014, as street checks were being curtailed, there were 177 shootings in Toronto with 242 victims — described by Toronto […]
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Edmonton’s Stanley A. Milner Library delayed; no date set for opening
The Stanley A. Milner Library will be delaying its opening, according to a tweet from the Edmonton Public Library on Saturday.
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Tom Jackson brings the ‘Huron Carol’ back to Winnipeg
A well-known Winnipeg actor is returning home this weekend to perform a Canadian Christmas classic.
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BRAUN: Knowledge is power — and great food — at Eataly
Oscar Farinetti wants you to know that great food is like great sex — the more you know about what you’re dealing with, how carefully it has been tended and where it came from, the better it all is. The brains behind foodie dream destination Eataly is talking about wine made without chemicals, hand-kneaded bread […]
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‘Find Black Santa’: Texas mom creates a phone app to find Santas of colour
After raising US$5,000 in 30 days, Jihan Woods was able to build a Black Santa locator -- so that she could finally find a Santa that represented her family.
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Raptors need a boost of energy to get them out of their slide
The Raptors opened the month with a 77-point first half against Utah, but things can turn quickly in the NBA, and they have for Toronto.
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One person dies in hospital after house fire erupts in Calgary
A person has died in hospital after being pulled from a burning home in the city’s Glendale neighbourhood.
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Liveblog: Canadiens gear up to face Red Wings at Bell Centre
Habs seek fourth straight victory before embarking on road trip
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New Calgary report shows complaints, injuries and destinations related to explosion in e-scooter use
A new report has been released showing just how popular e-scooters and e-bikes were for getting around Calgary this summer.
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Poaching fines, hunting bans and animal rescue: busy December for B.C. Conservation Officer Service
This week alone, BCCOS sent out 11 social media posts via Twitter regarding fines to people and animals needing help.
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Heavy rains cause ‘significant’ flooding at Vancouver airport’s south terminal
The airport said it is working to identify any passengers whose vehicles may have been damaged by water in the parking lot.
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Patriots, Tom Brady trying to work out offensive woes
Tom Brady says the New England Patriots offence has “got to maximize our potential, and I don’t know what our potential is” entering Sunday’s road game against the Cincinnati Bengals, the worst team in the NFL.
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From factory building to furniture: how a Toronto company is salvaging old-growth wood from Napanee
"We're taking wood from an old furniture factory and turning it into furniture again."
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Canada’s Ivanie Blondin wins fifth straight World Cup gold medal
Canadian speedskater Ivanie Blondin won her fifth World Cup speedskating gold medal in a row, in a fifth different discipline to boot, by winning the 3,000-metre event in track-record time at a meet in Nagano, Japan on Saturday.
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What happens when a weddings influencer gets divorced?
Even as her own marriage was falling apart, Molly Rosen Guy continued to post on Instagram about flower crowns and bohemian wedding gowns. That is, until last year, when she came clean to her followers and renamed her brand. So, what happens to a weddings influencer when the honeymoon is over?
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