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Trudeau's inflation plan, GTA shootings: In The News for Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022

Trudeau's inflation plan, GTA shootings: In The News for Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022

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 Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022. What we are watching in Canada ...
Press perils: killing of Las Vegas reporter drives home dangers of modern journalism

Press perils: killing of Las Vegas reporter drives home dangers of modern journalism

WASHINGTON — The slaying of a Las Vegas newspaper reporter, allegedly at the hands of one of his investigative targets, is driving home a reality the U.S. hasn't had to confront since the Civil War: journalism on home soil is becoming more dangerous.
'A magical experience': Ottawa bagpipe troupe among last to perform for the Queen

'A magical experience': Ottawa bagpipe troupe among last to perform for the Queen

When Dave Inglis took up the bagpipes at age 40, he never imagined he would one day perform for royalty.
Most Canadians indifferent to British monarchy, untouched by Queen's death: poll

Most Canadians indifferent to British monarchy, untouched by Queen's death: poll

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests that while many Canadians plan to watch Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral next week, the vast majority have not been personally impacted by her passing and feel no attachment to the monarchy.
37 B.C. mayors win by acclamation after standing unopposed

37 B.C. mayors win by acclamation after standing unopposed

VANCOUVER — Municipal elections are still more than a month away, but mayors for dozens of communities across B.C. have already won by acclamation after standing unopposed. Nomination information collated by non-profit group CivicInfo BC shows 37 B.
RCMP say dozens provided statements in B.C. claims of hit-and-run case

RCMP say dozens provided statements in B.C. claims of hit-and-run case

MISSION — RCMP in Mission, B.C., say about 30 witnesses have provided statements in an investigation involving the driver of a pickup truck who allegedly hit four people participating in a march related to residential schools.
Green Party MPs threatened to leave, sit as Independents if leadership race suspended

Green Party MPs threatened to leave, sit as Independents if leadership race suspended

Green MPs Elizabeth May and Mike Morrice threaten to sit as Independents if leadership race is suspended, according to email obtained by The Canadian Press
Justin Trudeau on the attack against Pierre Poilievre's 'irresponsible' politics

Justin Trudeau on the attack against Pierre Poilievre's 'irresponsible' politics

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — Canada needs responsible leadership, not dog-whistle and irresponsible politics, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday in a direct attack on new Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre.
Coalition on climate adaptation says Canada needs hard targets on disaster resilience

Coalition on climate adaptation says Canada needs hard targets on disaster resilience

OTTAWA — A broad coalition on climate adaptation and disaster resilience says air conditioning should become a human right on par with winter heating — one of a series of hard targets it says Canada needs to meet in the next few years as climate chan
Ontario opens bivalent vaccine appointments for most vulnerable

Ontario opens bivalent vaccine appointments for most vulnerable

TORONTO — Ontario is rolling out Omicron-targeted COVID-19 vaccines, starting with residents considered the most vulnerable, including those aged 70 and older, long-term care residents and health-care workers.
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