Quebec mosque gunman explains motives in interrogation video

Quebec mosque gunman explains motives in interrogation video

The gunman who killed six men at a Quebec City mosque told police he believed his family was at risk of terrorist attack. Alexandre Bissonnette's January 2017 police interrogation video is being played at his sentencing hearing.
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Liberals: government prepared should novel coronavirus threat escalate

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Foreign Affairs Minister Champagne to talk compensation with head of Ukraine International Airlines

Foreign Affairs Minister Champagne to talk compensation with head of Ukraine International Airlines

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Public Safety Minister Bill Blair asked about terrorism

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair asked about terrorism

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Money Monitor: Openness in relationships extends to finances

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Federal leaders debate rail blockades during question period

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Conservatives slam Liberals over blockades, Teck Frontier mine cancellation

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About 300 supporters of the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs who oppose a pipeline across their traditional territories gathered at the B.C. legislature Monday night in defiance of a court injunction prohibiting similar actions. Victoria Police offi...
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Federal environment minister confident Supreme Court of Canada will uphold carbon tax

Federal environment minister confident Supreme Court of Canada will uphold carbon tax

After the Alberta Court of Appeal ruled that the national carbon tax erodes provincial jurisdiction, federal Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said he believes the Supreme Court of Canada will ultimately uphold the pricing scheme.
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