Atlantic Bureau Chief, Canadian Press
Atlantic Bureau Chief, The Canadian Press
ottawacitizen.com — BRIDGEWATER, N.S. - A man accused of confining and sexually assaulting a teenage boy at a home in rural Nova Scotia has pleaded guilty to five charges in the case.
winnipegfreepress.com — The Canadian Press - ONLINE EDITION LIMA, Peru - Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he did not know about - nor was he asked to sign off on - the arrangement that saw his chief of staff, Nigel Wright, cut a personal cheque for $90,000 to Sen. Mike Duffy.
winnipegfreepress.com — The Canadian Press - ONLINE EDITION OTTAWA - Less than a week after the Conservatives hailed Sen. Mike Duffy's "leadership" in repaying $90,000 in improper housing expenses, it turns out the office of an entirely different leader made the bill go away.
winnipegfreepress.com — The Canadian Press - ONLINE EDITION HALIFAX - For the second time since 2011, a Royal Canadian Navy warship has spilled fuel into Halifax harbour. Military spokeswoman Tammy Harnish said the spill was reported at 5 a.m. Wednesday by crew aboard HMCS St. John's.
j-source.ca — Canadian Journalists for Free Expression has released its annual Review of Free Expression in Canada, surveying free expression and access to information issues and grading various institutions from A to F on their performance in the past year. "Freedom of expression in Canada truly does span the spectrum from head of the class to flunking out," the report observes.
winnipegfreepress.com — The Canadian Press - ONLINE EDITION OTTAWA - Sun News Network made its final pitch to the federal telecommunications regulator on Thursday, saying anything short of a guaranteed spot on the dial would spell the end of the channel. The Quebecor-owned network is seeking what is known as mandatory carriage from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission.
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