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Star UCP candidate resigns in wake of leaked messages about white supremacists

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Caylan Ford, the United Conservative Party candidate for Calgary-Mountain View riding, has resigned following the release of private messages from two years ago when she talked about a double standard for white supremacist terrorists.

Angels' Mike Trout finalizing record-breaking $430M US extension: reports


Two-time American League MVP Mike Trout is on the verge of signing a 12-year, $430-million US contract extension with the Los Angeles Angels, ESPN reported Tuesday.

Tax the rich and give us more services, Canadians say in OECD survey

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A strong majority of people in wealthy countries, including Canada, want to tax the rich more and get better services from government, a survey by the OECD released Tuesday suggests.

Crown waited 2 years to charge federal procurement official with links to Mark Norman case

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A federal procurement official was told by the RCMP roughly two years ago that he also was in a suspect in the same investigation into the alleged leaking of cabinet secrets which had ensnared Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.

Air Canada grounds Boeing Max 8s until at least July 1

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Air Canada has grounded its Boeing 737 Max 8 jets until at least July 1, saying the move is intended to provide customers with certainty as they book flights and travel in the coming months.

Emergency 'getting bigger by the hour' in Mozambique after disastrous cyclone, floods


A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: the massive extent of Mozambique's flooding is becoming evident; what to watch for in today's federal budget; damage done by the Christchurch attack video.

Rachel Notley calls Alberta election for April 16

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One day after the Alberta government delivered its throne speech, focused on what it has achieved over the past four years, NDP Leader Rachel Notley says Albertans will go to the polls on April 16.

'Go down. Go down': Imam recalls horror of New Zealand moque shooting as burying the dead set to begin

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An imam at one of the two Christchurch, N.Z., mosques targeted by a gunman remains haunted by what he saw and the lives lost, with his eyes revealing his exhaustion, as burial ceremonies are set to proceed for some of the 50 victims.

Inside Alberta's 'House of Cards' scandal

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A 'kamikaze candidate' and allegations of tens of thousands of dollars of irregular campaign donations. Investigative reporter Charles Rusnell takes us through the political scandal facing Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party in Alberta.

Cyclone's death toll into the hundreds in southern Africa


Hundreds are dead, many more are missing and thousands are at risk from massive flooding in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi caused by Cyclone Idai and persistent rains.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News