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As MPs return to Hill, some still worry about safety despite enhanced security

As MPs return to Hill, some still worry about safety despite enhanced security

OTTAWA — With a week until MPs return to Parliament Hill, the issue of safety is top of mind for some as the threat of political violence has been on the rise.

Alberta child care and Queen Elizabeth's sprained back: In The News for Nov. 15

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 Nov. 15 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Doctors lament overnight closure of Montreal hospital ER, dig into pockets to end it

Doctors lament overnight closure of Montreal hospital ER, dig into pockets to end it

MONTREAL — Dr. Fahimy Saoud spent a recent shift in a west-Montreal emergency room idly sitting and waiting for patients she knew would never come.
Clock already ticking on Liberal promise to introduce host of bills in first 100 days

Clock already ticking on Liberal promise to introduce host of bills in first 100 days

OTTAWA — After getting off to an arguably slow start since winning re-election on Sept. 20, Justin Trudeau's Liberal government appears poised to go into hyperdrive with next week's resumption of Parliament.
Tory brand with racialized communities still hurt by divisive 2015 campaign: MP

Tory brand with racialized communities still hurt by divisive 2015 campaign: MP

OTTAWA — The Conservative MP leading outreach efforts for leader Erin O'Toole says a six-year-old promise to create a 'barbaric cultural practices' hotline still hangs over the party's attempts to rebuild relationships with racialized communities tod
Excessive workloads hurting veterans and staff, former case manager alleges

Excessive workloads hurting veterans and staff, former case manager alleges

OTTAWA — A former case manager with Veterans Affairs Canada is speaking out about the overwhelming caseloads, lack of support and toxic work environment that she says are putting severely disabled veterans at risk.
Canada has no choice but to bar Huawei from 5G mobile networks, security experts say

Canada has no choice but to bar Huawei from 5G mobile networks, security experts say

OTTAWA — As the Liberal government prepares to unfurl its policy on next-generation mobile networks, global security experts say all signs point to the exclusion of Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies from the long-awaited blueprint.
Rare eagle sighting in Atlantic Canada like palm tree in the tundra, expert says

Rare eagle sighting in Atlantic Canada like palm tree in the tundra, expert says

The unusual odyssey of a rare eagle from Russia onto Texas, Quebec and finally Nova Scotia has birdwatchers both puzzled and spellbound.

No winning ticket for Saturday's $5 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $5 million jackpot in Saturday's Lotto 649 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a lottery player in British Columbia. The jackpot for the next Lotto 49 draw on Nov.
Green groups greet climate deal with hope, frustration after last-minute compromise

Green groups greet climate deal with hope, frustration after last-minute compromise

A last-minute deal reached at the United Nations climate talks Saturday drew a mix of discouragement and determination from environmental groups and politicians in Canada.