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Ottawa appeals court decision finding its use of Emergencies Act was unreasonable

Ottawa appeals court decision finding its use of Emergencies Act was unreasonable

Ottawa has filed to appeal a Federal Court decision that found its invocation of the Emergencies Act in response to the 2022 Freedom Convoy protests was unjustified.
Eby 'profoundly worried' about B.C. fire season as billions prepped for contingencies

Eby 'profoundly worried' about B.C. fire season as billions prepped for contingencies

Premier David Eby says fire and drought are two factors that contribute to the need for the contingency fund for spending uncertainties contained in the provincial budget presented on Thursday. 
RCMP launches criminal investigation into 'alarming' breach of its networks

RCMP launches criminal investigation into 'alarming' breach of its networks

OTTAWA — The RCMP says it is "actively managing" a security breach that targeted its networks. Spokesperson Marie-Eve Breton says the police force has launched a criminal investigation.
NDP, Liberals strike deal to cover cost of diabetes medicines, birth control

NDP, Liberals strike deal to cover cost of diabetes medicines, birth control

The federal Liberals and New Democrats have reached a deal that would allow every Canadian with a health card to access free diabetes medication and birth control, the NDP confirmed Friday.
Police respond to war over drug territory in Quebec City and surrounding areas

Police respond to war over drug territory in Quebec City and surrounding areas

QUEBEC — Provincial police say they have launched an operation in response to rising violence between independent drug dealers and criminal biker gangs.
B.C. police announce dismantling of drug-making and distribution ring with 8 arrests

B.C. police announce dismantling of drug-making and distribution ring with 8 arrests

SURREY, B.C. — Police in British Columbia say they have dismantled a "significant, sophisticated" criminal organization involved in manufacturing and distributing fentanyl-laced counterfeit pharmaceuticals.
McGill, Concordia universities sue Quebec government over 30-per-cent tuition hike

McGill, Concordia universities sue Quebec government over 30-per-cent tuition hike

MONTREAL — McGill University and Concordia University are suing the Quebec government over its decision to hike tuition for out-of-province students by about 30 per cent, claiming the increases violate the Charter and have damaged the schools' reputa
Alberta town bans Pride flags, rainbow crosswalks after plebiscite

Alberta town bans Pride flags, rainbow crosswalks after plebiscite

WESTLOCK, Alta. — Mayor Jon Kramer says he spent weeks telling residents in Westlock, Alta., not to vote for a bylaw that bans Pride flags and rainbow crosswalks on municipal property.
Quebec bar slams Legault for questioning independence of federally appointed judges

Quebec bar slams Legault for questioning independence of federally appointed judges

QUEBEC — The Quebec bar association on Friday denounced what it calls Premier François Legault's "attack" on the independence of federally appointed judges.
P.E.I. councillor accused of posting anti-Indigenous sign seeking judicial review

P.E.I. councillor accused of posting anti-Indigenous sign seeking judicial review

CHARLOTTETOWN — A village councillor in Prince Edward Island is asking a court to quash sanctions imposed on him after he displayed a sign on his property referring to a "mass grave hoax" in relation to evidence of unmarked graves at former residenti
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