Quebec public security minister warning flood zone residents not to take chances

Quebec communities were bracing for major flooding in various parts of the province Thursday as rainy weather was expected to settle in for the beginning of the weekend, with the province's public security minister urging citizens in regions at risk of flooding not to take any chances and to follow the advice of civil security officials.

Ottawa, Ontario take parting shots in carbon pricing hearing

The four-day hearing in the Ontario Court of Appeal on the Doug Ford government's constitutional challenge of the federal carbon pricing program ended Thursday the same way it began — with Ontario and Ottawa butting heads over who had jurisdiction over the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. 

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief: 'Reconciliation is not at the barrel of a gun'

“I kept thinking of the prime minister and how he said there was no more important relationship than the one with Indigenous people. And then here come all these guns…Reconciliation is not at the barrel of a gun.”- Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Na’moks reflects on the RCMP raid of a resistance camp blocking construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline in January, 2019.