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David Livingston, who served as former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty's chief of staff, has been found guilty of destroying documents related to two scrapped gas plants. Livingston's lawyer says he’s hoping for a non-custodial sentence.

American-led operations have seized several Russian hackers outside their homeland in the past nine months. The arrests come at a fraught moment in US-Russian relations, amid the allegation of a Kremlin hacking campaign in the 2016 US election.

The federal government says First Nations will now be able to carry funding from year-to-year, instead of having to return money if a project wasn't completed within a fiscal year. AFN Chief Perry Bellegarde praised the change.

Ontario’s nursing regulator has revoked the certification of Elizabeth Wettlaufer, who killed eight seniors in her care. A lawyer for the body says it will take “to heart” any recommendations stemming from a public inquiry into the case.

Health Minister Jane Philpott says a deal between the federal and Ontario governments with Nishnawbe Aski First Nation is a step toward the “transformation” of health care in communities that have seen a cycle of suicide and crisis.

Andrew Scheer is dismissing suggestions a Tory attack campaign in the U.S. over the Omar Khadr settlement will impact NAFTA talks. The Conservative leader says his party will present a “united front” on trade with the U.S.

A judge has overturned the conviction and ordered a new trial for Mustafa Ururyar, who had been found guilty of sexually assaulting a fellow university student. Complainant Mandi Gray says she doesn’t have the resources for a new trial.

Canada’s premiers want clarity from Ottawa on aspects of its planned marijuana legalization, saying a lack of answers may require a delay. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government is still aiming for a July 2018 deadline.

The finance minister has unveiled plans to tighten loopholes for private corporations he says give many Canadians unfair tax advantages. Bill Morneau says under the measures he would likely have to pay more tax.

A woman has been awarded $254,000 in damages after she was wrongfully arrested and brutalized by Ottawa police in 2008. Surveillance video shows officers using a restraining device on Roxanne Carr, who was later left naked in a cell.

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