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Advil Cold & Sinus Day/Night blister packs recalled due to labelling error

OTTAWA — Two lots of Advil's Cold & Sinus Day/Night Convenience Pack are being recalled due to a labelling error. The problem involves one lot of 18 caplet boxes and one of 36 caplet boxes.

Help for Alberta's COVID battle and California spill: In The News for Oct. 4

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 Oct. 4 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'Doing what I want': Injured Humboldt Bronco achieving independence in his recovery

'Doing what I want': Injured Humboldt Bronco achieving independence in his recovery

CALGARY — Three years after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash claimed the lives of 11 of his teammates, Ryan Straschnitzki is well on his way to reaching a major goal — the ability to live an independent life.
Afghan women ministers warned Canada of Taliban atrocities in June: senator

Afghan women ministers warned Canada of Taliban atrocities in June: senator

OTTAWA — Afghan women ministers made pleas to Canadian politicians for help — and shared warnings about atrocities and the erosion of women’s rights — two months before the Taliban took control of Kabul.
Trudeau apologizes to chief of Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc after Tofino trip: PMO

Trudeau apologizes to chief of Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc after Tofino trip: PMO

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has offered a private apology to the chief of a British Columbia First Nation after passing up opportunities to honour Canada's first official Truth and Reconciliation day in the community, prompting one major I
Plane at centre of deadly crash in Montreal was carrying marriage proposal banner

Plane at centre of deadly crash in Montreal was carrying marriage proposal banner

MONTREAL — A plane that went down on an island near Old Montreal on Saturday night was carrying a marriage proposal banner at the time of the deadly crash, authorities said Sunday.
Quebec to invest more than $500,000 to promote the French language among immigrants

Quebec to invest more than $500,000 to promote the French language among immigrants

MONTREAL — Quebec is budgeting over $500,000 to promote and support the French language among new immigrants, especially in the Montreal region.
Alberta elk ranchers want province to OK hunt farms despite disease, ethical concerns

Alberta elk ranchers want province to OK hunt farms despite disease, ethical concerns

Alberta game ranchers are lobbying governments in the province in a renewed attempt to legalize hunt farms.
Senator accused of being China's 'mouthpiece' worries about rise of anti-Asian racism

Senator accused of being China's 'mouthpiece' worries about rise of anti-Asian racism

OTTAWA — Last June, 33 Canadian senators voted to defeat a motion decrying China's treatment of Uyghur Muslims as a genocide. While they all faced criticism from some quarters, only one — Sen.
Off the rails again: Ottawa's troublesome trains keep jumping the tracks

Off the rails again: Ottawa's troublesome trains keep jumping the tracks

OTTAWA — The gravel strewn across the bike path was the first sign of trouble. Ottawa resident Steven Grant was out for a ride on Sept. 19 when he noticed an LRT train stopped in the middle of the tracks.