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Feds promise $10 million for housing for troubled Cat Lake First Nation

Feds promise $10 million for housing for troubled Cat Lake First NationThe Canadian government is promising more than $10 million to build new homes, repair others, and put portables in place for a remote Indigenous community in northern Ontario where substandard mould-infested housing has sparked a health crisis, according to a framework agreement signed on Thursday. The interim deal, signed in Thunder Bay, Ont., by Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O'Regan and local First Nation leaders, will be followed by a memorandum of agreement to be signed in two weeks in Cat Lake First Nation itself. In addition, the government will put up another $3 million to ensure delivery and installation of 10 portable houses in Cat Lake which can also be used for transitional housing.

Now 10 cases of measles diagnosed in B.C. outbreak, vaccinations way up

Now 10 cases of measles diagnosed in B.C. outbreak, vaccinations way upVANCOUVER — Two new cases of measles have been diagnosed in the Vancouver area for a total of 10 illnesses as health officials say they're concerned they can't find the source of one of the infections.Vancouver Coastal medical health officer Dr. Althea Hayden says nine of the cases are clearly associated with schools that were at the centre of the original outbreak this month, but they don't know where the other person contracted the disease.The health authority has also released a list of locations where one of the infected people travelled over three days from Feb. 15 to Feb. 18, including restaurants, on a Canada Line commuter train and Langara College.Hayden says the health authority is doing its best to find the source of measles in the 10th person in an effort to prevent more people from being exposed.Measles at first presents with flu-like symptoms, coughing, a runny nose and red eyes, but then a fever develops, followed by the distinctive rash.Hayden says the response to a call for people to get vaccinated has been fantastic and the health authority has seen a large number of first-time vaccinations."It's the best thing that people can do to protect themselves, it's the best thing we all can do to protect our community."The Canadian Press

Trump picks ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft as nominee for UN post

Trump picks ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft as nominee for UN postU.S. President Donald Trump announced Friday that he has selected Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, as his nominee to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Two people familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss personnel matters had told The Associated Press that Trump had been advised that Craft's confirmation would be the smoothest of the three candidates he had been considering to fill the job last held by Nikki Haley. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., had backed Craft for the post, and she also has the support of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton, the people said.

Jury in case of man on trial in ailing wife's slaying asks to hear his testimony

Jury in case of man on trial in ailing wife's slaying asks to hear his testimonyMONTREAL — The jury deciding the fate of a Montreal man on trial for the killing of his ailing wife wants to hear his testimony again.Late Friday, jurors sent an envelope making the request to Quebec Superior Court Justice Helene Di Salvo, asking to relisten to Michel Cadotte's testimony.Cadotte, 57, is charged with second-degree murder in the slaying of Jocelyne Lizotte in February 2017.Lizotte, 60, was suffocated in her long-term care bed at a Montreal facility where she was receiving treatment for the final stages of Alzheimer's disease, which had left her incapable of recognizing her family or taking care of herself.Cadotte had been told in 2016 that his wife of 19 years did not qualify for a medically assisted death because she couldn't consent and was not considered to be at the end of her life.Cadotte's lawyers have argued their client was in a depressed state and was unable to cope after watching Lizotte suffer for nine years. The Crown has countered that Cadotte understood the impact of his actions and intended to kill Lizotte when he held a pillow over her face.The jurors have two possible verdicts open to them: They must decide whether the crime carried the intent requisite for second-degree murder or if it was manslaughter.The request to re-listen to Cadotte came after a second full day of deliberations that went an hour longer than usual.Arrangements were made to have the jurors listen to the testimony beginning Saturday. During the trial, Cadotte's testimony and cross-examination by the Crown lasted about two days."They are a conscientious jury who are doing their job, so we have a lot of faith in them," Elfriede Duclervil, Cadotte's lawyer, told reporters, with fellow defence attorney Nicolas Welt adding Cadotte's testimony is central to his state of mind."It's exactly what we asked them to do, and it's what they're doing," Duclervil added. The eight-man, four-woman jury was sequestered Wednesday after receiving lengthy instructions from Di Salvo.The jury will remain sequestered until they reach a unanimous verdict.Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press

SNC-Lavalin: A look at the attorney general's power to step in

SNC-Lavalin: A look at the attorney general's power to step inOpposition parties are accusing the Liberal government of meddling in a decision of the federal prosecution service to proceed with a criminal case against SNC-Lavalin. Under the law, the federal attorney general does have authority to step in and direct the public prosecutor to negotiate what is known as a remediaton agreement instead of pursuing criminal charges. SNC-Lavalin says the charges are without merit and stem from alleged misdeeds by former employees who have left the company. A conviction of the company would have the potentially crippling effect of barring the company from bidding on Canadian government business.

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