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Quebec votes: Legault criticizes immigration minister who said newcomers 'don't work'

Quebec votes: Legault criticizes immigration minister who said newcomers 'don't work'

MONTREAL — Quebec Premier François Legault says his Immigration Minister Jean Boulet is no longer qualified for the position after recent comments emerged in which Boulet said the majority of immigrants "don't work.
UN food chief warns Horn of Africa famine imminent if global crises left unchecked

UN food chief warns Horn of Africa famine imminent if global crises left unchecked

OTTAWA — The head of the World Food Program is urging countries to follow Canada in trying to avert a looming famine in East Africa, which he warns could get even worse due to sanctions against Russia.
N.W.T. confirms first case of avian influenza in wild bird

N.W.T. confirms first case of avian influenza in wild bird

YELLOWKNIFE — The Northwest Territories has confirmed its first case of avian influenza in a wild bird found in Yellowknife.
Navy commander defends need for 15 new warships as Ottawa reassesses costs

Navy commander defends need for 15 new warships as Ottawa reassesses costs

OTTAWA — The commander of the Royal Canadian Navy is admitting to some worries that the military's ability to operate with only 12 frigates in recent years could be used to justify permanently shrinking the size of Canada's maritime fleet.
Black civil servants file complaint to United Nations, citing racism

Black civil servants file complaint to United Nations, citing racism

OTTAWA — A group of Black civil servants is filing a complaint to the United Nations Commission for Human Rights accusing the federal government of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and intolerance.
Enbridge sells minority stake in seven pipelines to Indigenous communities

Enbridge sells minority stake in seven pipelines to Indigenous communities

Enbridge Inc. has signed a deal to sell a minority stake in seven pipelines in the Athabasca region of northern Alberta to a group of 23 First Nation and Métis communities for $1.12 billion.
Federal cybersecurity bill threatens privacy, transparency, civil society groups say

Federal cybersecurity bill threatens privacy, transparency, civil society groups say

OTTAWA — Several civil society groups are pushing for changes to the Liberal government's cybersecurity bill, saying it would undermine privacy, accountability and judicial transparency.

N.W.T. testing discarded blood samples for COVID-19 antibodies

YELLOWKNIFE — The Northwest Territories government says it plans to begin testing blood samples for the presence of antibodies that develop in response to COVID-19.

Workplace safety board says scaffold design led to two deaths at Quebec paper mill

MONTREAL — Quebec's workplace health and safety board says design failures led to a scaffold collapse that killed two workers and injured several others at a western Quebec paper mill in October 2021.

The cost of climate complacency and Ontario inquest: In The News for Sept. 28, 2022

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 Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022. What we are watching in Canada ...
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