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Parliamentary security, police preparing as truckers' protest convoy nears Ottawa

Parliamentary security, police preparing as truckers' protest convoy nears Ottawa

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino says nobody wants a planned anti-vaccination protest on Parliament Hill this weekend to turn into a violent attempt to overthrow the government and warned people not to dismiss the protesters as simple
O'Toole promises change after internal report into Conservative's election loss

O'Toole promises change after internal report into Conservative's election loss

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says changes will be made to his team and to the party after an internal review revealed what went wrong in the recent election and took aim at issues from the party's past found to be holding it back.
Lithium mine takeover by Chinese company did get thorough security review: Champagne

Lithium mine takeover by Chinese company did get thorough security review: Champagne

OTTAWA — Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne says the pending takeover of a Canadian lithium mining company by a Chinese state-owned company was subjected to a thorough national security review — contrary to what some experts and Conservati
B.C. Crown says recent documents identified could be 'exculpatory' in James case

B.C. Crown says recent documents identified could be 'exculpatory' in James case

VANCOUVER — A surprise disclosure temporarily delayed proceedings at the B.C.
Trudeau isolating after COVID-19 exposure; some provinces revising restrictions

Trudeau isolating after COVID-19 exposure; some provinces revising restrictions

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was isolating at home Thursday after being exposed to COVID-19 and some provinces were planning to revise some of their public health restrictions.
Postal workers can wear their N95s at work — but only with a company mask on top

Postal workers can wear their N95s at work — but only with a company mask on top

OTTAWA — Canada Post says its employees will be able to wear their own N95 masks at work, but only if they wear a disposable medical mask provided by the corporation on top.
Mayor fears Rocky Mountain coal-mining concerns will be ignored after meeting Kenney

Mayor fears Rocky Mountain coal-mining concerns will be ignored after meeting Kenney

EDMONTON — An Alberta mayor says he's concerned a massive public outcry over coal mining in the province's Rocky Mountains will be ignored after hearing Premier Jason Kenney tell him he remains an "unapologetic supporter" of the industry.
Bodies identified: Family from India tried to cross into U.S. by foot from Manitoba

Bodies identified: Family from India tried to cross into U.S. by foot from Manitoba

A family of four Indian nationals was only in Canada for a week before their bodies were found frozen in Manitoba near the Canada-U. S.
Crowds gather in Ontario and New Brunswick to cheer on parts of trucker convoy

Crowds gather in Ontario and New Brunswick to cheer on parts of trucker convoy

Crowds cheered, waved flags and hoisted signs in Ontario and New Brunswick on Thursday as parts of a large national convoy of truckers headed for Ottawa to protest the federal government's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for cross-border drivers.
Four deaths from same family in Richmond, B.C., was an isolated incident, police say

Four deaths from same family in Richmond, B.C., was an isolated incident, police say

RICHMOND, B.C. — Police say two men and two women who were found dead at a home after a shooting in Richmond, B.C., were from the same family. Sgt.
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