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Five dogs were a big hit on Parliament Hill as veterinarians lobbied for legal changes that would allow them to prescribe medical cannabis for animals. They stood outside the main doors of West Block, capturing the oohs and ahs of politicians and staff as they emerged after question period Wednesday. (The Canadian Press)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he told U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence on the phone that Canada should be exempt from steep tariffs on steel and aluminum. Canada is among countries whose exemptions are set to expire on Friday.

Police say they now believe one of two suspects in the bombing of a Mississauga, Ontario, restaurant may be a woman, contrary to earlier reports. The explosion injured 15 people at a Bombay Bhel location last week.

Green party Leader Elizabeth May has been fined $1,500 for violating an injunction when she protested the Trans Mountain pipeline at a Kinder Morgan work site in March. May says she will continue to fight the pipeline expansion.

A federal program is changing with the aim to give parents of children lost to crime or abduction easier access and more money. Families Minister Jean-Yves Duclos says the changes will triple the number of eligible families.

Vice Media's Ben Makuch says police shouldn't be able to use journalists to further their investigations, and is at the Supreme Court fighting a lower court ruling that he must give background materials on an accused terrorist to the RCMP.

In response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments Wednesday that Canada has been difficult to deal with during NAFTA negotiations, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Ottawa will always defend Canadian interests.

Ontario’s Liberal and PC leaders took aim the province’s New Democrats over an NDP plan to start decommissioning the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station this year. PC Leader Doug Ford said the move would put thousands out of work.

A lawyer from a Winnipeg firm targeted with letter bombs in 2015 says the legal community is looking for closure after Guido Amsel was found guilty Thursday of attempting to murder his former wife and two lawyers.

Premier Rachel Notley says Alberta will pass a bill that grants it the power to intervene in the energy market, as Ottawa renews its commitment to Trans Mountain. The federal government said Wednesday it will backstop the pipeline expansion.

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