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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)

The inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women has hearings in Nova Scotia this week. The mother of Loretta Saunders, whose body was found in 2014, says her daughter’s memory gave her the courage to speak out.

Sears Canada’s former executive chairman says his plan to buy the struggling retailer was stymied by a process biased towards liquidation. Brandon Stranzl says he feels “deeply” for those losing jobs as the company moves towards closure.

Bernie Sanders says the Canadian health care system isn’t perfect, but in a speech in Toronto on Sunday the American senator and former presidential hopeful said the U.S. can look to Canada for ways to improve its system.

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says he'll donate any increase in the value of shares in his family business since he was elected to charity. NDP ethics critic Nathan Cullen says donating money from profits is a sign of guilt.

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said Wednesday the choice to hold its benchmark interest rate steady at one per cent came from uncertainty over the impact that two prior rate hikes will have on Canada’s economy.

Hillary Clinton was asked about sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump at an event in Montreal Monday. Clinton says the women who have shared their stories are courageous. 

Kelly Craft was among several new diplomats who submitted their credentials to Gov. Gen. Julie Payette in Ottawa on Monday. Donald Trump’s ambassador to Canada says she aims to make cross-border trade easier.

The RCMP says an officer shot and killed a Saskatchewan man in North Battleford on Saturday night. The RCMP has requested an external investigation into the incident.

Shoppers came out to Sears Canada locations, including one in north Toronto, as the chain began liquidation sales on Thursday. One woman who has shopped there for decades said she was saddened by the store moving toward closing.

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