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Supreme Court won't hear bail appeal from fashion mogul Peter Nygard

Supreme Court won't hear bail appeal from fashion mogul Peter Nygard

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada won't hear a bail appeal from a Canadian fashion mogul who is facing trafficking and racketeering charges in the United States.
Federal leader debates, COVID hospitalization costs : In The News for Sept. 9

Federal leader debates, COVID hospitalization costs : In The News for Sept. 9

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 Sept. 9 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
How a plane diverted to Newfoundland on Sept. 11 forged a 20-year friendship

How a plane diverted to Newfoundland on Sept. 11 forged a 20-year friendship

GAMBO, N.L. — Every Friday evening, Steve Badcock pours himself a drink and flips open his laptop to video chat with a close friend he met because of a terrorist attack in New York City and its ripple effect across the skies.

UN asked to censure discrimination against off-reserve, non-status Indigenous People

OTTAWA — The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples is filing a legal complaint against the Canadian government with the United Nations Human Rights Committee, alleging discrimination against off-reserve and non-status Indigenous People.
Trudeau, Blanchet clash as leaders spar on health care, environment in French debate

Trudeau, Blanchet clash as leaders spar on health care, environment in French debate

OTTAWA — Five federal party leaders jousted over health and child care, the environment and Quebec identity politics in the first of two official election debates Wednesday evening as they sought to sway francophone voters before election day on Sept
B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccine card system good first step, medical group says

B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccine card system good first step, medical group says

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's COVID-19 vaccine passport system is being praised by provincial groups representing doctors and the restaurant industry as unvaccinated residents continue to drive COVID-19 cases across the province. Dr.
'A horror story:' Quebec health worker recalls shocking scene at Herron care home

'A horror story:' Quebec health worker recalls shocking scene at Herron care home

MONTREAL — Health officials who arrived at a Montreal-area long-term care home during a COVID-19 outbreak last year found residents who were desperate for water and had been left in beds soaked with urine and feces, a Quebec coroner's inquest heard W

A look at COVID-19 vaccine certificate programs across Canada

Nova Scotia on Wednesday became the latest province to announce plans to introduce a COVID-19 vaccine passport system. Here's a look at what the provinces and territories have said about their proof-of-vaccination programs, or lack thereof.

Schools improve ventilation ahead of new year but parents still not breathing easy

Kate Southwell has been preparing her four-year-old son for his first day of school all summer.
Montreal police say 63-year-old homicide victim known for drug trafficking

Montreal police say 63-year-old homicide victim known for drug trafficking

Montreal police say a man killed in a parking garage in the city's east end was known to authorities for drug trafficking. Police identified the victim today as 63-year-old Piero Arena in an update to their homicide investigation.