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No winning ticket sold for Friday's $23 million Lotto Max jackpot

No winning ticket sold for Friday's $23 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Friday's Lotto Max $23 million draw. The jackpot for the next draw on May 9 will be an estimated $28 million. The Canadian Press
Heavy rain, spring snowmelt threaten several B.C. communities with flooding

Heavy rain, spring snowmelt threaten several B.C. communities with flooding

Heavy rain sweeping across southern and central British Columbia has intensified an already difficult flood situation along numerous rivers, creeks and streams.
2022 National Newspaper Awards winners list

2022 National Newspaper Awards winners list

The National Newspaper Awards for 2022 were awarded Friday night. Here is a list of the winners. -- Arts and Entertainment: Charles-Éric Blais-Poulin and Marissa Groguhé, La Presse.
The Globe and Mail, La Presse top winners at 2022 National Newspaper Awards

The Globe and Mail, La Presse top winners at 2022 National Newspaper Awards

TORONTO — The Globe and Mail was the top winner at the 2022 National Newspaper Awards, collecting nine prizes at a gala in Toronto Friday.
Putin invaded Ukraine this time because nobody stopped him the last time: Clinton

Putin invaded Ukraine this time because nobody stopped him the last time: Clinton

OTTAWA — Russia's current invasion in Ukraine happened because the world didn't do enough to respond when they did it before, former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton said Friday in Ottawa.
COVID-19 is still with us even as WHO says it is no longer a global emergency: Duclos

COVID-19 is still with us even as WHO says it is no longer a global emergency: Duclos

OTTAWA — COVID-19 isn't over even after the World Health Organization declared Friday that the illness no longer qualifies as a global emergency, Canada's Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said.
Senator says RCMP must release evidence of alleged Chinese police stations in Canada

Senator says RCMP must release evidence of alleged Chinese police stations in Canada

MONTREAL — A Canadian senator is defending two Montreal-area Chinese community organizations that have been accused by the RCMP of hosting secret Chinese government police stations.
Ottawa aims to add new limits to controversial use of dry cells in prisons

Ottawa aims to add new limits to controversial use of dry cells in prisons

OTTAWA — The federal government says it is changing prison regulations to limit the use of dry cells and improve the process for the search and seizure of contraband in correctional institutions.
After winning $385K in damages from Quebec government, Charest seeking $700K more

After winning $385K in damages from Quebec government, Charest seeking $700K more

QUEBEC — Former Quebec premier Jean Charest is seeking about $700,000 more from the provincial government for media leaks related to a corruption investigation targeting him and his party.
Trudeau says no decision yet on expelling Chinese envoy implicated in threats to MP

Trudeau says no decision yet on expelling Chinese envoy implicated in threats to MP

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday morning that no decision had been made yet on whether to expel a Chinese diplomat who allegedly targeted a member of Parliament and his family.
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