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Wolf safely relocated after wandering through Victoria near B.C. legislature

Wolf safely relocated after wandering through Victoria near B.C. legislature

VICTORIA — A lone male wolf that spent last weekend sniffing out a busy urban neighbourhood in Victoria, just steps from British Columbia's legislature, has been safely relocated to a new territory much farther from human contact.
Armed Forces wrap up blizzard response in Newfoundland after historic storm

Armed Forces wrap up blizzard response in Newfoundland after historic storm

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The Armed Forces have wrapped up their mission in Newfoundland and Labrador after dispatching to the provincial capital more than a week ago to help with recovery from a historic blizzard.
Birds flocking to national parks in the Canadian Rockies

Birds flocking to national parks in the Canadian Rockies

BANFF, Alta. — It turns out tourists aren't the only ones who love the national parks in the Canadian Rockies.
RCMP intelligence official faces new charges in secrecy case

RCMP intelligence official faces new charges in secrecy case

OTTAWA — The federal prosecution service says a senior RCMP official faces three new charges for alleged secrecy breaches.
A wolf is trapped and an RCMP arrest prompts warnings; In The News for Jan. 28

A wolf is trapped and an RCMP arrest prompts warnings; In The News for Jan. 28

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 Jan. 28 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
As 106 reported dead from a virus outbreak, countries look to evacuate citizens

As 106 reported dead from a virus outbreak, countries look to evacuate citizens

China has confirmed more than 4,500 cases of a new form of coronavirus, with 106 deaths. Nearly all of the fatalities have been in central Hubei province, but the new total includes the first death in Beijing.
Coronavirus risk in Canada remains low despite second case, feds say

Coronavirus risk in Canada remains low despite second case, feds say

TORONTO — The Canadian government is now advising citizens against all travel to a Chinese province that's at the centre of a global outbreak of a new form of coronavirus, stepping up an earlier warning about the region.
Quebec mosque shooter not motivated by racism, his sentence should be reduced: lawyer

Quebec mosque shooter not motivated by racism, his sentence should be reduced: lawyer

QUEBEC — The Quebec City mosque shooter entered a Muslim prayer space Jan. 29, 2017, armed with two guns, and murdered six men — but there was no evidence he was motivated by deep-seated racism, the man's lawyer argued Monday at the Court of Appeal.
Switching grape varieties can help winemakers adapt to climate change: study

Switching grape varieties can help winemakers adapt to climate change: study

VANCOUVER — Adopting drought and heat-tolerant grape varieties could help winemakers grappling with the effects of climate change, says new research from the University of British Columbia.
Pressure mounts on opposition parties to back speedy ratification of new NAFTA

Pressure mounts on opposition parties to back speedy ratification of new NAFTA

OTTAWA — The pressure was on opposition MPs to quickly ratify the new North American free-trade agreement as Parliament got back to work Monday for its first extended sitting since the Oct. 21 election reduced the Liberals to a minority government.