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Amber Alert issued in Ontario for two 13-year-olds cancelled, kids found safe

TORONTO — Ontario Provincial Police have cancelled an Amber Alert for a boy and a girl. Police the two 13-year-olds have been found safe. They were reported missing earlier Friday night in Alliston, a community in Simcoe County north of Toronto.
CDC says B.C. flu surge is stabilizing after six kids die, but surgeon is alarmed

CDC says B.C. flu surge is stabilizing after six kids die, but surgeon is alarmed

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia pediatric cardiac surgeon is calling for more transparency and urgency from public officials after the flu-related deaths of at least six children and youth in the province this season.
Speed up shift to family care, says B.C. coroner's jury in death of Cree teen

Speed up shift to family care, says B.C. coroner's jury in death of Cree teen

BURNABY, B.C. — British Columbia's representative for children and youth says one of the messages she hopes comes out of a coroner's inquest into the death of an Indigenous teenager is the importance of community connections.
Canada sanctions dozens in Russia, Iran, Myanmar ahead of global Human Rights Day

Canada sanctions dozens in Russia, Iran, Myanmar ahead of global Human Rights Day

OTTAWA — Canada is sanctioning dozens of officials and companies from three of the world's most oppressive regimes, but groups argue Ottawa should do much more to mark the global Human Rights Day on Saturday.
Leslyn Lewis's former campaign manager to help Alberta Premier Danielle Smith in 2023

Leslyn Lewis's former campaign manager to help Alberta Premier Danielle Smith in 2023

OTTAWA — The man who ran Leslyn Lewis's campaign as she made two consecutive bids to become the federal Conservative leader is off to help Alberta Premier Danielle Smith try to win a provincial election in 2023.
Extinction risk to wild species must be eliminated by 2050: Conservation group

Extinction risk to wild species must be eliminated by 2050: Conservation group

OTTAWA — A successful new agreement to protect nature would be one that eliminates the threat of extinction for all species by 2050, the International Union for Conservation of Nature said Friday.
Ottawa announces Indigenous guardians network to fight climate change

Ottawa announces Indigenous guardians network to fight climate change

MONTREAL — The federal government is announcing the creation of a new network that will help support Indigenous-led environmental initiatives.
Winnipeg police chief won't resign, supports exploring landfill search options

Winnipeg police chief won't resign, supports exploring landfill search options

Winnipeg's chief of police says he has no plans to resign and supports exploring options to recover the remains of two Indigenous women who are believed to be in a landfill outside the city.
Quebec adopts law making oath to King optional for elected members

Quebec adopts law making oath to King optional for elected members

MONTREAL — The oath of allegiance to the monarch that has long rankled Quebec sovereigntist politicians is a thing of the past after the provincial legislature passed a law on Friday abolishing the requirement for its elected members.
Haitians rally for interim government, but split on military intervention: experts

Haitians rally for interim government, but split on military intervention: experts

OTTAWA — Though citizen and business groups in Haiti are split on the idea of a military intervention amid humanitarian and political crises, experts warned Canadian members of Parliament Friday that the country is in dire need.
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