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Prime Minister’s Office takes Fox News to task over incorrect tweet about Quebec City shooting suspect

OTTAWA — One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s senior officials is taking Fox News to task for describing the alleged gunman in the Quebec City shooting as Moroccan. Kate Purchase,

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Quebec mosque attack a teachable moment for children, say experts

TORONTO — When Marcia Powers-Dunlop heard about the deadly attack on a mosque in Quebec City, she knew she’d have to send out a note to the support workers she

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Friends of Quebec City shooting victims to continue praying in targeted mosque

QUEBEC — A small Quebec City apartment block turned into a place of mourning on Tuesday as members of the Guinean Muslim community gathered to remember two of the six

General Sports

Parker named defensive assistant but Stewart, Sweet dropped from Als’ Staff

MONTREAL — Jacques Chapdelaine will stay on in the dual role of head coach and offensive co-ordinator and Noel Thorpe will be back for a fourth year as defensive co-ordinator,

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Neighbours describe Quebec shooting suspect as quiet man who loved guns as a kid

QUEBEC — Along the sleepy suburban street where the man charged in the Quebec City mosque shooting was raised, neighbours say as a kid he played baseball, swam in backyard

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Quebec City Mosque Shooting: Couillard says Quebec has its ‘demons’ but is an open and loving society

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, left, speaks to reporters as Quebec City Mayor Regis Labeaume, right, looks on at a news conference about the mosque shootings, Monday, January 30, 2017 in

International News Politics

Marine Le Pen calls Quebec mosque shooting ‘deplorable’

QUEBEC — A French far-right party whose leader’s anti-Muslim views were apparently shared by the man accused of killing six people at a Quebec City mosque is calling the mass

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Tennis: Francoise Abanda pulls out of Fed Cup event with back injury

MONTREAL — Francoise Abanda has withdrawn from Canada’s upcoming Fed Cup competition in Mexico due to a back injury, Tennis Canada said Tuesday in a release. Captain Sylvain Bruneau has

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Hospital to provide update on injured in Quebec City mosque shooting

Police officers stand guard next to a building housing a mosque Tuesday, January 31, 2017 in Quebec City. Six people were killed and another 19 were injured when a gunman

Business International

StubHub aims to grow Canadian presence by adding French, Canadian currency

MONTREAL — StubHub plans to beef up its operations north of the border this year with the launch of a Canadian website, French-language services and the ability to buy and

Business

Le Duff’s Bridor to expand Boucherville bakery with $40-million investment

MONTREAL — Bridor says it will spend $40 million to double the size of its Boucherville baking facility east of Montreal and increase its capacity by 80 per cent. The

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Canadians mourn victims of Quebec City mosque attack in vigils across country

QUEBEC — Roseline Bouchard wept quietly as she stood in the front row at a Quebec City vigil Monday just down the street from a mosque that was the scene

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Vilardi scores on teammate DiPietro as Team Cherry tops Team Orr 7-5

QUEBEC — There weren’t a lot smiles seen in Quebec City a day after a horrific shooting at a local mosque, but players in the Canadian Top Prospects game were

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Updated: Vignettes of some of the victims from Sunday night’s mosque attack in Quebec

Azzedine Soufiane is shown in a handout photo from the Facebook page of Ali Ouldache. Soufiane was among the victims in Sunday night’s shooting at a Quebec City mosque. THE