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Wet'suwet'en meeting to take place and quiet fireworks; In The News for Feb. 27

Wet'suwet'en meeting to take place and quiet fireworks; In The News for Feb. 27

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Feb. 27 ... What we are watching in Canada ... HOUSTON, B.C.
Sanders may be divisive, but supporters say progressive ideas have staying power

Sanders may be divisive, but supporters say progressive ideas have staying power

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The "Volunteer" badge pinned to Sheila Archer's Bernie Sanders T-shirt is a bit of an understatement. Archer, from Allentown, Pa.
Car-sharing firm leaves Canada with valuable data in changing market: expert

Car-sharing firm leaves Canada with valuable data in changing market: expert

VANCOUVER — The car-sharing company formerly known as Car2Go is closing up shop in North America on Saturday, taking with it valuable data for automakers looking to the future, says one expert.
Budget day: Alberta government planning to balance books, boost employment

Budget day: Alberta government planning to balance books, boost employment

EDMONTON — It's budget day in Alberta. And while the United Conservative finance minister is saying the province remains on track to end the deficit, the Opposition NDP is warning people to brace for deep cuts.
B.C. residents in Wet'suwet'en territory have right to police presence: Blair

B.C. residents in Wet'suwet'en territory have right to police presence: Blair

OTTAWA — As tensions at rail blockades in Quebec and Ontario escalated Wednesday, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair appeared to dismiss the notion that police will move completely out of the vast Wet'suwet'en territory in British Columbia.
Meeting back on with federal, B.C. governments: Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief

Meeting back on with federal, B.C. governments: Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief

A meeting between the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs, the federal government and the British Columbia government is set to take place Thursday after it was abruptly cancelled Wednesday, one of the leaders of the First Nation said.
Manitoba grapples with legacy of fashion mogul Peter Nygard amid sex allegations

Manitoba grapples with legacy of fashion mogul Peter Nygard amid sex allegations

WINNIPEG — Models walked the runway as some of Manitoba's most influential people sat alongside and clapped in celebration of self-declared fashion king Peter Nygard.
The latest on protests across Canada in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs

The latest on protests across Canada in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs

Here is the latest news on protests across Canada over a natural gas pipeline project in British Columbia (All times Eastern): 8:35 p.m. ET The B.C.
B.C. hospice looking at legal and other options after funding cut by province

B.C. hospice looking at legal and other options after funding cut by province

VANCOUVER — A hospice society in British Columbia says it is outraged by the province's decision to stop its funding because it refuses to provide medically assisted death.
Assisted dying bill gets mixed reviews, raises fears of more restrictions

Assisted dying bill gets mixed reviews, raises fears of more restrictions

OTTAWA — Some experts fear that legislation intended to make it easier for intolerably suffering Canadians to receive medical assistance to end their lives might actually make it harder in some cases and will create confusion among doctors who provid