Canada Disappointed With Expected U.S. Move on Meat-Labeling Rule - Source
Canada is "extremely disappointed" with expected U.S. regulatory changes to country-of-origin meat-labeling rules and believes they won't bring the U.S. into compliance with World Trade Organization obligations, according to a draft statement Ottawa is expected to issue.
Earthquake Hits Canada
A magnitude 5.1 quake struck Ottawa and was felt as far west as Toronto, but no damage was immediately reported.
Trudeau's Liberals headed for victory in special election
OTTAWA - Canada's Liberals appeared to have regained a seat in the House of Commons on Monday in a race viewed as an early test of the popularity of the party's new leader, Justin Trudeau, son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
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Jason Spezza now skating with team as Senators expect him back
First there was news out of Ottawa that center Jason Spezza skated twice with the Black Aces, the call-ups that skate separate from the regular team. However, today, Sunday, May 12, Spezza skated with his teammates for the first time since his injury.
Jason Spezza back skating for Ottawa Senators, may return Round 2
Despite their first round win over the second seed Montreal Canadiens, pundits may not now consider the Ottawa Senators a legitimate threat for the Stanley Cup. But if they get back star center Jason Spezza that may change, and it looks as if they will.