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Governor General places tobacco on graves of Saskatchewan stabbing victims

Governor General places tobacco on graves of Saskatchewan stabbing victims

JAMES SMITH CREE NATION, SASK. — Gov. Gen. Mary Simon placed tobacco Wednesday on the graves of some of the people who died in a stabbing rampage on the James Smith Cree Nation earlier this month. She spent about an hour at St.
CRA extends tax deadlines in Atlantic Canada in wake of Fiona

CRA extends tax deadlines in Atlantic Canada in wake of Fiona

OTTAWA — The federal government is extending tax relief to people, businesses and charities affected by post-tropical storm Fiona in Atlantic Canada.
Iran terror designation up to national security agencies, not MPs, Liberals say

Iran terror designation up to national security agencies, not MPs, Liberals say

OTTAWA — The Liberals say it's up to national security agencies to decide whether Canada deems a branch of Iran's military to be a terrorist group, which the Conservatives are calling a cop-out.
Newfoundland fishers face livelihood questions after Fiona storm damage

Newfoundland fishers face livelihood questions after Fiona storm damage

ROSE BLANCHE-HARBOUR LE COU, N.L. — Colourful fishing stages bobbed in the water by Rose Blanche-Harbour Le Cou Tuesday as Cliff Bateman watched from his property.
Calgary doctor files human rights complaint over changes to mask rules on airplanes

Calgary doctor files human rights complaint over changes to mask rules on airplanes

CALGARY — A family doctor in Calgary has filed a human rights complaint over Ottawa's decision to no longer require masks on airplanes to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Trudeau visits N.L. town devastated by Fiona, says Ottawa 'will be there' to help

Trudeau visits N.L. town devastated by Fiona, says Ottawa 'will be there' to help

CHANNEL-PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L.
Canada's lack of Indo-Pacific strategy leaves business in the dark: book

Canada's lack of Indo-Pacific strategy leaves business in the dark: book

OTTAWA — Business leaders and former diplomats are pushing the Trudeau government to finally release its long-awaited strategy for the Indo-Pacific region.
Fiona fallout: Nova Scotia premier blasts cellphone companies' lack of co-operation

Fiona fallout: Nova Scotia premier blasts cellphone companies' lack of co-operation

HALIFAX — The premier of Nova Scotia has issued a stinging rebuke to the telecommunications companies that serve the province, saying too many residents were still without cellphone service four days after post-tropical storm Fiona roared across the
Poilievre demands end to military vaccine mandate, but some say it's more complex

Poilievre demands end to military vaccine mandate, but some say it's more complex

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is demanding an end to the vaccine mandate for military members, but his health critic suggested the situation might need a more nuanced approach.
Parliament passes law allowing jurors to disclose information to health providers

Parliament passes law allowing jurors to disclose information to health providers

OTTAWA — Parliament has passed a new law that allows jurors to disclose information about jury proceedings to health care professionals.