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Yukon justice minister to direct review of jail where mentally ill inmate Michael Nehass was segregated

Michael Nehass's lawyers says his client spent 22 to 23 hours a day in a cell in the segregation unit

Morning Update: The missing link in CRA's tax crackdown; rescue efforts continue in Mexico

Also: Opposition MPs urge Morneau to extend tax proposals to family trusts; NHL makes China debut

CRA crackdown on real-estate taxes fails to track collection results

CRA mum on specific investigations, but agency confirms sound collection processes

Fallen Nova Scotia RCMP officer remembered as the 'consummate Mountie'

Const. Frank Deschenes was killed last week when he stopped to help stranded motorists change a flat tire

The future of family farms: Liberals' proposed tax changes spark concern about succession plans

The tabled legislation has sent a wave of anxiety across the agriculture community as rumours run rampant, causing some to consider selling their business

Medical evaluation ordered for suspect in Quebec Amber Alert case

Sgt. Claude Denis of Quebec's provincial police said officers found a body they believe is that of Yvon Lacasse, a 71-year-old man who had been missing since his car was stolen

Former RCMP officer sentenced in massive ivory-smuggling case

Former Mountie from New Brunswick sentenced to 62-month term in U.S. court for money laundering

Plan unveiled for Toronto's own World Trade Centre complex

President and chief executive officer of the Toronto board of trade said the new building project is meant to create a landmark in the city and promote international trade

Evening Update: Rescuers in Mexico City search for quake survivors; Ontario to introduce $50,000 fines for careless drivers causing death

Plus: Trudeau dodges questions about taxes on his family wealth

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Defence seeks to get Ontario Liberal bribery charges dismissed

Lawyers representing two Ontario Liberals charged with bribery offences will argue the case should be tossed

Vice urges RCMP to drop demand for materials if accused terrorist is dead

Vice Media lawyers say they would abandon their attempt to fight the demand for a journalist's materials at the Supreme Court if the RCMP drops its production order

Weather-forecasting groundhog Wiarton Willie dies at 13

The albino groundhog lived to about three times the age of a standard groundhog living in the wild, the town says

Ontario government searches Volkswagen offices in emissions scandal probe

Provincial government charged VW with one count under the province's Environmental Protection Act last week

Morning Update: Mexico quake kills scores; Hurricane Maria reaches Puerto Rico

Also: Breaking down Trump's UN address; Ontario raising careless-driver fines

Ontario introducing $50,000 fines for careless drivers causing death

Province's proposed legislation comes amid growing concern in Canada's urban centres about the toll modern transportation is taking on vulnerable road users

Ontario tables $50,000 fines for careless drivers causing death

Province's proposed legislation comes amid growing concern in Canada's urban centres about the toll modern transportation is taking on vulnerable road users

Niagara College first in Canada to offer program in cannabis production

Niagara College says curriculum will prepare students to work in a booming industry and school will accept 25 students for fall, 2018, start

Ontario's political leaders pitch farmers on province's future

While the International Plowing Match is a regular stop on the province's political calendar, it takes on added importance in the months before an election

New Brunswick city sets Halloween curfew, bans older teens from going out

The new rules – expected to pass third reading in early October – forbid anyone older than 16 from trick-or-treating and extends the curfew to 8 p.m.

Evening Update: Trump threatens total destruction of North Korea in UN speech; Hurricane Maria strikes Dominica

Plus: Trudeau asks Canadian aerospace industry to direct pressure at Boeing

Rachel Notley calls for vote on new Alberta timezone

Premier insists majority of people in the province want to ditch two time changes each year, wants to 'dig into' debate further

Ex-Montreal councillor among eight charged with running kickback scheme

Police say scheme involved engineering companies awarded city contracts in exchange for political donations

Number of people seeking asylum in Canada at levels not seen since 2009

New statistics released by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada show that as of August, 27,440 claims for asylum have been filed in Canada

Equifax says up to 100,000 Canadians affected by cyberattack

Breached data may have included names, addresses, social insurance numbers and credit card numbers

Scientists say no longer any doubt about impact of pesticides on bees

Task force will release an update to 2015 report that reviewed more than 1,000 studies on neonicotinoids

Pardon my French: Quebec eases up on dozens of English terms, including 'grilled-cheese'

The changes have sparked controversy, not surprising given that debates over language and identity have dominated the province for decades

Scientists say no longer any doubt about impact of pesticides on bees

Task force wiill release an update to 2015 report that reviewed over 1,000 studies on neonics

Morning Update: Hurricane Maria batters Dominica; Suu Kyi addresses Myanmar violence; Trump speaking at UN

Also: B.C. implements public subsidies as part of campaign finance reform

Ontario's minimum-wage hike likely to threaten jobs outside Toronto area: study

A $15 minimum wage will have less of an effect on employers where workers are paid more, while employers in areas with lower prevailing wages will struggle to make up the difference

Pardon my French: Quebec eases up on dozens of English terms

The changes have sparked controversy, not surprising given that debates over language and identity have dominated the province for decades

Number of RCMP officers declining in Canada's largest provinces: statistics

The Mounties have about 15-per-cent fewer officers working in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia than they did in 2011, even as authorities in these jurisdictions struggle to get a grip on a deadly opioid crisis and manage an influx of asylum seekers

Evening Update newsletter: B.C. tables bill to get big money out of politics; Trudeau lashes out at Boeing

Also: Three first-time authors make Giller Prize long list

Suspect in Quebec Amber Alert charged with killing boy's mother

Suspect charged with second-degree murder

Ontario plans tougher penalties for drug-impaired drivers

Wynne says there will be zero tolerance for youths aged 21 and under, novice drivers and all commercial drivers in Ontario

Morning update: White House sows climate confusion; RCMP shelves organized-crime cases

Also: Boeing promises $18-billion in benefits for jets; Unifor workers on strike at GM plant; Tories target Liberals' small-business tax plan

Toronto food-bank use spikes, with notable increase among seniors

Tally shows a 9-per-cent rise this year in Canada's largest city, hitting levels not seen since the wake of the last recession

Praise the hipsters: How a Hamilton church hopes to secure its future​

With the neighbourhood around James Street experiencing a hipster revival, Christ's Church is moving to develop its parking lot and an adjacent municipal lot into a mid-rise condominium, shops and community space

RCMP shelved hundreds of organized-crime cases after terror attacks

Internal documents obtained by The Globe and Mail highlight how bolstering of counterterrorism – which involves pre-empting possible threats rather than waiting for incidents to happen – has started resulting in understaffed organized-crime cases at a pivotal time

Protesters call for Canada to revoke Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary citizenship

The de facto leader of Myanmar has come under harsh international criticism for failing to speak out against violence toward Rohingya Muslims

WestJet, Oilers, Flames among Alberta businesses warning against proposal to end daylight time changes

A bill introduced in the spring proposed keeping the province Mountain Daylight Time year-round, creating a renamed time zone, Alberta Standard Time

Father of Quebec boy who was subject of an Amber Alert taken to hospital

Ontario Provincial Police say the man suffered injuries that required medical assessment and he was sent to hospital Saturday

U.S. will not seek Paris Accord revamp amid 34 countries' call to action on climate change

Earlier this year, the U.S gave formal notice that it will withdraw from the UN climate accord in 2020, unless re-negotiated in the U.S.'s favour. An administration official who attended the meeting indicated the U.S. will look to engage with other countries on climate change, but acknowledged the ...

Undersea shipwreck expected to give insight into Franklin expedition

The Erebus and its sister ship the Terror set out from England in 1845 with 129 men to search for the Northwest Passage. They never returned

Father of Quebec boy who was the subject of an Amber Alert appears in Ontario court

The boy, who had been the subject of an Amber Alert, was found Friday at about 5 p.m. in Griffith, Ont., about 150 kilometres west of Ottawa, Quebec provincial police said

U.S. will not seek Paris Accord revamp amid 34 countries' call to action on climate change

China, EU among 34 countries meeting in Montreal to push forward with commitment to reduce emissions

Canada needs a fuller house to thrive – but population growth isn't enough

In his new book, Maximum Canada, Doug Saunders chronicles how a 'population deficit' threatens Canada's social programs, livable cities and a cleaner environment – but to grow properly, we must start planning now

Lawyer Allen Linden won compensation for thalidomide victims

Considered the dean of tort law in Canada, he had a deep enthusiasm for helping people seek damages for harm done

Amber Alert cancelled after three-year-old Alberta girl found safe

The girl from the Bighorn reserve has been found safe and sound

Canadian Stephen Toope set to take over as Cambridge University's first non-British leader

Mr. Toope, a Canadian academic journeyman will assume his role next month, at a time when the venerable institution is dealing with Brexit challenges