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Getting boostered and Mattea goes for number 20: In The News for May 2

Getting boostered and Mattea goes for number 20: In The News for May 2

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 May 2 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Friend remembers cadet who died in vehicle incident as 'class clown'

Friend remembers cadet who died in vehicle incident as 'class clown'

TORONTO — One of four officer cadets who died when their vehicle plunged into water is being remembered as an outgoing athlete who was proud of the hard work he put in at Canada's Royal Military College.
Proposed cattle feedlot threatens popular but fragile Alberta lake, residents say

Proposed cattle feedlot threatens popular but fragile Alberta lake, residents say

EDMONTON — Thousands of Alberta cottagers and homeowners are waiting anxiously to see if a provincial regulator will allow a large cattle feedlot to be developed near a popular and environmentally fragile recreational lake.
Military must better accommodate troops with exceptional family needs: watchdog

Military must better accommodate troops with exceptional family needs: watchdog

OTTAWA — Canada's military watchdog is calling on the Armed Forces to better accommodate troops with disabled children and other exceptional family circumstances, warning some are being forced to choose between their loved ones and their careers.
Few traces of 'Rolling Thunder' rally left in Ottawa after Sunday church service

Few traces of 'Rolling Thunder' rally left in Ottawa after Sunday church service

Ottawa police found themselves patrolling increasingly empty downtown streets on Sunday as the "Rolling Thunder" protest made good on plans to decamp from Canada's capital, but the force did open an investigation after the scene of the day's only for
Quebec's wildlife protection agency neutralizes polar bear spotted in Gaspé region

Quebec's wildlife protection agency neutralizes polar bear spotted in Gaspé region

MONTREAL — Quebec's wildlife protection agency says a polar bear that was spotted Saturday on the province's Gaspé peninsula has been killed.

The latest developments on "Rolling Thunder" protests in Ottawa

OTTAWA — Here are the latest developments related to the "Rolling Thunder" protests against COVID-19 public health measures and other issues taking place in Ottawa. All times eastern: 4 p.m. The "Rolling Thunder" protest has largely come to an end.
Hockey Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur to lie in state at Montreal's Bell Centre

Hockey Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur to lie in state at Montreal's Bell Centre

MONTREAL — Emotions ran high in Montreal on Sunday as thousands of Guy Lafleur's fans gathered to pay tribute to the Montreal Canadiens legend.
Indigenous women more likely to face violence if they were a child in care: report

Indigenous women more likely to face violence if they were a child in care: report

Front-line workers are calling for more support for Indigenous families after a Statistics Canada analysis found First Nations, Inuit and Métis women are more likely to experience physical or sexual assault in their lifetime if they were in governmen

Ontario ticket holder wins Saturday's $11 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — Saturday's $11 million Lotto 649 jackpot was won by ticket holder in Ontario. The draw's guaranteed $1 million prize also went to an Ontario player. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on May 4 will be an estimated $5 million.