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B.C. premier urges PM to provide foreign interference information to protect province

B.C. premier urges PM to provide foreign interference information to protect province

Premier David Eby says B.C. does not have the information it needs to intercept and address foreign interference that may be occurring in the province: "How are we supposed to take action to address these issues?"
Alberta to ban cellphones in K-12 classrooms starting in fall

Alberta to ban cellphones in K-12 classrooms starting in fall

CALGARY — Alberta is moving to ban cellphones in kindergarten to Grade 12 classrooms starting in the fall.
Program offering 'revolutionary education' begins at McGill pro-Palestine encampment

Program offering 'revolutionary education' begins at McGill pro-Palestine encampment

MONTREAL — Pro-Palestinian activists who have been encamped on McGill University's downtown campus since April launched what they call their own summer school on Monday, despite controversy over photos of armed fighters used to promote the program.
Sask. Party MLAs deflect committee attempt to call witnesses about gun allegations

Sask. Party MLAs deflect committee attempt to call witnesses about gun allegations

REGINA — Saskatchewan Party legislature members have deflected an attempt to get senior government officials, including Premier Scott Moe, to answer public questions on weapons and harassment allegations against a cabinet minister.
Halifax MP Fillmore to leave federal politics ahead of expected mayoral run

Halifax MP Fillmore to leave federal politics ahead of expected mayoral run

OTTAWA — Liberal MP Andy Fillmore says he won’t return to the House of Commons in the fall. Fillmore was first elected as MP for Halifax in the 2015 election that brought Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to power.
AI chatbots use Canadian news, but Ottawa won't say if they should be paying for it

AI chatbots use Canadian news, but Ottawa won't say if they should be paying for it

OTTAWA — The federal government is dodging questions about whether artificial intelligence companies should be paying Canadian news publishers for content their chatbots are openly using.
Navalny's widow to meet with Trudeau, Joly in Ottawa on Tuesday

Navalny's widow to meet with Trudeau, Joly in Ottawa on Tuesday

OTTAWA — The widow of former Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is expected to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly on Tuesday in Ottawa.
Blair defends navy's Cuba visit, says critics may be 'confused' about its purpose

Blair defends navy's Cuba visit, says critics may be 'confused' about its purpose

Defence Minister Bill Blair says the Russian ships in Havana pose "no immediate threat" to Canada or Canadians, and Canada's trip was meant to demonstrate its "presence, naval capability and commitment to safe and open waters in the Americas."
Canadian safety board says unregistered submersibles still diving after Titan deaths

Canadian safety board says unregistered submersibles still diving after Titan deaths

It's unclear whether the vessels have been subject to proper oversight, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada says in a safety letter issued last week.
Sending Canadian vessel to Cuba alongside Russia's was carefully planned: Minister

Sending Canadian vessel to Cuba alongside Russia's was carefully planned: Minister

OTTAWA — National Defence Minister Bill Blair's office is defending the decision to send a Canadian ship to Cuba where it docked alongside some of Russia's fleet, calling it a "carefully" planned move to increase its presence in the region.
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