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Green party takes leader Annamie Paul to court, ending brief ceasefire

Green party takes leader Annamie Paul to court, ending brief ceasefire

OTTAWA — The fight within the Green party has spilled over to the courthouse.
Judge issues reasons for rejecting new evidence in Meng Wanzhou's extradition case

Judge issues reasons for rejecting new evidence in Meng Wanzhou's extradition case

VANCOUVER — A B.C.
Quebec rejects $14-billion natural gas project in Saguenay over environmental issues

Quebec rejects $14-billion natural gas project in Saguenay over environmental issues

MONTREAL — A $14-billion project that would have seen natural gas from Western Canada exported to Europe and Asia through Quebec has been rejected by the Quebec government.
Quebec researchers propose new heat wave alert system in response to climate change

Quebec researchers propose new heat wave alert system in response to climate change

MONTREAL — Researchers in Quebec have developed a new warning system for heat waves that they say is more precise and better adapted to climate change.
Canada pays another US$71M for F-35 development

Canada pays another US$71M for F-35 development

OTTAWA — Canada has quietly made another multimillion-dollar payment toward development of the F-35 stealth fighter despite uncertainty over whether it will buy the aircraft and calls from some prominent Canadians not to purchase any new fighter jets
Election, if it happens, won't stall planned review of EI system, Qualtrough says

Election, if it happens, won't stall planned review of EI system, Qualtrough says

OTTAWA — A planned review of the sprawling and antiquated employment insurance system will go ahead even if the country is plunged into a federal election campaign, Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough says.
Feds will fight 'alarming' rise in hate crimes, Trudeau tells antisemitism summit

Feds will fight 'alarming' rise in hate crimes, Trudeau tells antisemitism summit

OTTAWA — The federal government will continue rejecting and fighting antisemitism in all its forms as hate-motivated crimes against the Jewish community rise in Canada and around the world, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.
Psychiatric evaluation ordered for man accused of trying to murder Montreal cop

Psychiatric evaluation ordered for man accused of trying to murder Montreal cop

MONTREAL — The man accused of attempting to murder a Montreal police officer last January appeared briefly in court today and will undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Montreal police continue hunt for suspect in Quebec's 14th femicide this year

Montreal police continue hunt for suspect in Quebec's 14th femicide this year

Montreal police are still looking for a man they suspect murdered his 32-year-old partner on Monday in what is believed to be the province's 14th femicide this year.
Ottawa commits money to lay foundation for Indigenous law centre in Ontario

Ottawa commits money to lay foundation for Indigenous law centre in Ontario

OTTAWA — The federal government is earmarking funds for projects that aim to build on Ottawa's commitment to help revitalize Indigenous legal traditions.
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