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Mélanie Joly to discuss Ukraine by video Tuesday with U.S. secretary of state

Mélanie Joly to discuss Ukraine by video Tuesday with U.S. secretary of state

WASHINGTON — Ukraine's war with Russia will be top of mind Tuesday when Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly meets by video link with her U.S. counterpart. Joly and U.S.
Many knew of N.S. killer's replica RCMP patrol car but didn't report to police

Many knew of N.S. killer's replica RCMP patrol car but didn't report to police

HALIFAX — A public inquiry heard Monday that many people knew about a replica patrol car owned by the gunman in Nova Scotia's mass shooting, but they didn't tell police about his suspicious activities.
Quebec watchdog probing death of man who allegedly jumped in river to evade arrest

Quebec watchdog probing death of man who allegedly jumped in river to evade arrest

SAINT-LIN-LAURENTIDES, Que. — Quebec's police watchdog is investigating the death of a man who allegedly jumped into a river northeast of Montreal to evade police.
Mom of slain Quebec boys seeking compensation over alleged youth protection failures

Mom of slain Quebec boys seeking compensation over alleged youth protection failures

MONTREAL — The mother of two deceased boys whose father is accused of killing them is seeking $2 million from the Quebec government, alleging youth protection services failed her family.
Key interest rate could soon go up another half point, central bank says

Key interest rate could soon go up another half point, central bank says

OTTAWA — Canada's key interest rate could go up another half percentage point in June to help wrestle inflation under control, Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem signalled Monday. "Inflation is too high.
Canadian military not doing enough to detect, prevent extremism in the ranks: Report

Canadian military not doing enough to detect, prevent extremism in the ranks: Report

OTTAWA — A scathing new report on racism in the Canadian Armed Forces says the military is not doing enough to detect and prevent white supremacists and other violent extremists from infiltrating its ranks.
Feds invest $6.7 million on research platform looking at impact of COVID-19 on youth

Feds invest $6.7 million on research platform looking at impact of COVID-19 on youth

MONTREAL — The federal government is investing $6.7 million on a Canada-wide research platform to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on children.
RCMP struggled to identify replica patrol car used by Nova Scotia mass shooter

RCMP struggled to identify replica patrol car used by Nova Scotia mass shooter

HALIFAX — The inquiry into the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia released more details Monday about missteps the RCMP made as investigators tried to identify the killer's vehicle early in his 13-hour rampage.

Racism in the Canadian military and new U.S. aid for Ukraine: In The News for April 25

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 Apr. 25 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

Mixing with unvaccinated increases COVID-19 risk for vaccinated people, study finds

MONTREAL — While remaining unvaccinated against COVID-19 is often framed as a personal choice, those who spurn the vaccines raise the risk of infection for those around them, a new study suggests.