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New Brunswick village lowers 'straight flag' after public backlash

New Brunswick village lowers 'straight flag' after public backlashChipman's village council issued a statement Monday afternoon saying the flag was raised as a sign of support for all groups in the community, but it was removed as a result of "unintentional attention," and based on residents' feedback. "The straight flag is being seen as a flag of privilege and anti-minorities which our community and our council does not support," Mayor Carson Atkinson wrote.


Liberals write off $6.3 billion in loans, including $2.6 billion to automaker

Liberals write off $6.3 billion in loans, including $2.6 billion to automakerThe federal government is writing off more than $6.3 billion in loans to businesses and students as the Trudeau government marks a new annual high in money it never expects to get back. The Liberals have already written off some $3 billion in loans in each of the past two years, but they jumped past that mark in the fiscal year 2017-2018 with help from one loan. The $2.6 billion write off came through Export Development Canada as part of a loan the previous Conservative government made in 2009 to keep automaker Chrysler afloat.


Freeland, future Mexican minister offer little on when US tariffs will be lifted

Freeland, future Mexican minister offer little on when US tariffs will be liftedChrystia Freeland and Mexico's future foreign minister are noncommittal when it comes to when they expect the United States to lift its stinging tariffs on steel and aluminum products from their countries. Canada and Mexico have responded to the American tariffs by imposing their own retaliatory levies on U.S. imports — and the dispute has failed to disappear even after the three countries reached an agreement-in-principle this month on an updated North American free trade pact. Freeland, Canada's foreign affairs minister, offered no timeline Monday on when the U.S. will remove the duties as she fielded questions during a joint news conference in Ottawa alongside Marcelo Ebrard, Mexico's incoming foreign affairs minister.


Quebec man ordered to foot vet bill after dog impregnates neighbour's chow chow

Quebec man ordered to foot vet bill after dog impregnates neighbour's chow chowA Quebec man whose frisky husky impregnated a neighbour's chow chow has been ordered to pay about $800 in vet fees and court costs. According to a judgment last month, the Shawinigan-area husky broke into a fenced yard that was home to the chow chow, Bella, last spring. Quebec court Judge Alain Trudel wrote that, "thanks to the husky's handiwork, Bella found herself with an unexpected pregnancy." The dog underwent surgery to terminate the pregnancy.


Manitoba government backbencher forced out after inappropriate remarks

Manitoba government backbencher forced out after inappropriate remarksA Manitoba government backbencher who made inappropriate comments to female staff has been ousted from the Progressive Conservative caucus. Cliff Graydon will sit as an Independent in the legislature. "While we do not take this decision lightly, it has become apparent that previous attempts with Mr. Graydon to address a pattern of inappropriate behaviour have not succeeded," Ewasko said in a written statement.


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