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OTTAWA - Canada's contribution to a major United Nations climate change conference later this year will be heavily dependent on actions by provincial and territorial governments.

Provincial governmen

Five stories in the news today, March 3, from The Canadian Press:

NIGEL WRIGHT AND OTHERS CALLED TO TESTIFY AT MIKE DUFFY TRIAL

Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former chief of staff, Nigel Wright ha

VANCOUVER - Julia Hawkins offers a simple explanation for why she set up an online crowdfunding campaign that brought in $22,000 for a severely beaten homeless man, who she had previously seen a few t

TORONTO - Looking to break out of winter's icy clutches?

TORONTO - A university professor facing child pornography charges is expected to plead guilty to some of the counts today in a Toronto court.

Lawyer Clayton Ruby has said Benjamin Levin will plead gu

OTTAWA - There's word Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, senators and Conservative members of Parliament have received subpoenas to testify at the trial of suspended

PARIS - Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson says Canada may impose more sanctions on Russia if it continues to violate the ceasefire with Ukraine.

Nicholson blames Russian President Vladimir Putin

VANCOUVER - A jury is watching a couple brainstorm in a motel room near Vancouver as they build bombs out of pressure cookers, which the Crown alleges they planned to plant around the provincial legis

ABBOTSFORD, B.C.

HALIFAX - Two men who testified against Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh say his conviction in Nepal for the sexual abuse of a nine-year-old boy is both a relief and a painful reminder of how the system faile