News Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expected to exonerate Tsilhqot'in chiefs hanged in 1864 2018-03-23T18:05:13.000000000-04:00 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to exonerate six B.C. First Nations chiefs accused of murdering white colonists more than 150 years ago in pre-Confederation British Columbia. Kaetlyn Osmond wins figure skating worlds, 1st Canadian female champ in 45 years 2018-03-23T17:46:24.000000000-04:00 Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond has won the women's singles crown at the world figure skating championships. Bumped United Airlines passenger walks away with $10,000 travel voucher 2018-03-23T17:32:23.000000000-04:00 In a series of tweets, Allison Preiss of Washington, D.C., said she was rewarded with the maximum amount of compensation after being asked to give up her seat on a United Airlines flight. U.K. data watchdog raids Cambridge Analytica office in London 2018-03-23T17:24:14.000000000-04:00 Officers from Britain's information regulator are raiding the London offices of data firm Cambridge Analytica after being granted a warrant as part of an investigation into alleged misuse of personal information. CRA audits just 5 Canadians out of hundreds of RBC Panama Papers accounts 2018-03-23T15:24:47.000000000-04:00 Two years after it took aim at hundreds of Royal Bank clients exposed in the Panama Papers leak, the Canada Revenue Agency has decided just five cases require an audit — because the vast majority of the offshore accounts belonged to foreigners. Principles, but mostly politics and boredom, on display in marathon House voting 2018-03-23T14:16:50.000000000-04:00 The Conservatives forced hours of votes in the House of Commons to make a point, but was it principle or just politics? Catalan separatist leaders charged with rebellion by Spanish court 2018-03-23T13:37:04.000000000-04:00 A deeper dive into the day's most notable stories with The National newsletter's Jonathon Gatehouse. Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May arrested at anti-pipeline protest 2018-03-23T13:36:56.000000000-04:00 Two federal politicians, including Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, have been arrested at a protest against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Burnaby, B.C. #DeleteFacebook? Great idea, Elon Musk says 2018-03-23T13:04:28.000000000-04:00 Tesla chief executive officer Elon Musk has deleted the official Facebook pages of his companies, joining a growing movement to boycott the social media giant. Losses mount in North American markets as Dow Jones falls over 400 points 2018-03-23T12:26:11.000000000-04:00 North American markets closed significantly lower on Friday, failing to bounce back from steep losses this week as concerns about the start of a potential global trade war between the world's two biggest economies intensified selling in the final hour of trading.