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The New Democrats say the Liberals’ federal budget doesn’t do enough to ensure equal pay for men and women. On Tuesday, Status of Women Minister Maryam Monsef responded saying the NDP report contains “inaccuracies and omissions.”

Self-employed Canadians may be surprised by their tax return if they aren’t aware of their obligations. Uber driver Mathieu Visser says it’s important to document everything throughout the year.

Green party Leader Elizabeth May and NDP MP Kennedy Stewart were among people arrested Friday at a B.C. protest against Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. May called the project a “crime against future generations.”

The prime minister said the government is going ahead with its plan to legalize marijuana, hours before the Senate was set to vote on the bill. All 33 Conservative senators had pledged to vote against Bill C-45 on Thursday.

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer asked Liberals Wednesday about possible links between the government and Christopher Wylie, the man at the centre of revelations about Facebook data being exploited for political gain.

The father of a 10-year-old boy who vanished March 12 in Montreal says he thinks Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou was kidnapped, after police divers called off a river search Tuesday. Frederic Kouakou says his wife has been “destroyed” by the ordeal.

Ontario’s Canopy Growth is using a special laboratory licence to conduct research on marijuana products that aren’t legal yet. CEO Bruce Linton says he’s “excited” by the potential to create innovative medical and recreational products.

Hockey teammates of slain 15-year-old Roy Pejcinovski wore jerseys with an “R” and the goalie’s No. 74 at a game in Toronto on Sunday. A strength coach recalled Pejcinovski, who was killed in an alleged triple homicide, as a “great kid.”

Acquaintances of 15-year-old Roy Pejcinovski, who was killed along with his sister and their mother, mourned Thursday outside the family’s home in Ajax, Ontario. A 29-year-old man faces second-degree murder charges in the deaths.

 

A judge has entered a plea of not guilty to all 34 charges against Nikolas Cruz who prosecutors say killed 17 at a Florida high school. Friends and family of the victims sat in the audience. 

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