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Quebecer charged in U.S. opioid-trafficking case

Quebecer charged in U.S. opioid-trafficking case

The charges against Arden McCann in connection with the disruption of an alleged international opioid-trafficking ring were announced this week by officials in Washington, D.C.

Quebecer charged in U.S. opioid-trafficking case

Mi'kmaq fishery not a concern for lobster stocks: expert

Mi'kmaq fishery not a concern for lobster stocks: expert

As of December 2018, there were 979 lobster licenses issued in the fishing area around St. Marys Bay, according to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Bailey said.

Mi'kmaq fishery not a concern for lobster stocks: expert

Fair operators seek support amid pandemic

Fair operators seek support amid pandemic

The group says operators still have to deal with expenses such as insurance, rent and maintenance despite not being able to hold their events.

Fair operators seek support amid pandemic

Quebec author acquitted of child pornography charge

Quebec author acquitted of child pornography charge

Justice Marc-Andre Blanchard also ruled that certain articles of Canada's child pornography laws violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and are therefore invalid.

Quebec author acquitted of child pornography charge

Trudeau urges vigilance as COVID cases reach 150K

Trudeau urges vigilance as COVID cases reach 150K

With cases surging in Ontario and Quebec hotspots, Trudeau implored on the public to adhere to public health guidelines, stressing that "what we do now, will be critical for the weeks and months to come."

Trudeau urges vigilance as COVID cases reach 150K

MP Tabbara's case adjourned another month

MP Tabbara's case adjourned another month

Tabbara was elected as a Liberal in 2015 and 2019 but left the caucus to sit as an Independent in June after the charges became public.

MP Tabbara's case adjourned another month