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O'Toole's flaws must be part of Conservative election report: Sen. Batters

O'Toole's flaws must be part of Conservative election report: Sen. Batters

OTTAWA — The Conservative senator ousted for spearheading an effort to review Erin O'Toole's leadership says a forthcoming report of the party's election loss must confront its most serious flaws — including its leader's. Saskatchewan Sen.
$28-million class-action settlement in sex abuse case against Clerics of St-Viateur

$28-million class-action settlement in sex abuse case against Clerics of St-Viateur

MONTREAL — Lawyers say a $28-million settlement has been reached for more than 375 sexual abuse victims of Quebec-based Catholic religious order the Clerics of St-Viateur.
Public Health Agency of Canada involved in 'error' on trucker vaccine rules: sources

Public Health Agency of Canada involved in 'error' on trucker vaccine rules: sources

OTTAWA — Turmoil and confusion over whether truckers would remain exempt from the vaccine mandate last week stemmed from bureaucrats misinterpreting policy in more than one federal agency — including the one that co-ordinates Canada's response to the
O'Toole's boycott leaves security panel of parliamentarians with no Conservative MPs

O'Toole's boycott leaves security panel of parliamentarians with no Conservative MPs

OTTAWA — There are no Conservative MPs among the newly named slate of parliamentarians to oversee the security and intelligence community following the party's decision to boycott the body.
B.C. study links low river flows with lower chinook salmon productivity

B.C. study links low river flows with lower chinook salmon productivity

VANCOUVER — A study that links low summertime water flows in a British Columbia river with lower productivity across 22 generations of a struggling salmon population could help guide how rivers are managed to support fish, the authors say.
New details in a Manitoba tragedy and death of a music icon: In The News for Jan. 21

New details in a Manitoba tragedy and death of a music icon: In The News for Jan. 21

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 Jan. 21 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Man charged with human smuggling after 4 bodies found in Manitoba near U.S. border

Man charged with human smuggling after 4 bodies found in Manitoba near U.S. border

WINNIPEG — American investigators believe the deaths of four people, including a baby and a teen, whose bodies were found in Manitoba near the United States border are linked to a larger human smuggling operation.
A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 news in Canada: — Ontario will soon begin easing COVID-19 restrictions, starting by boosting the size of social gathering and reopening businesses such as restaurants, gyms and cinemas with capacity limits, with an eye t
Some provinces see signs of COVID-19 situation improving; others less positive

Some provinces see signs of COVID-19 situation improving; others less positive

Some provinces were pointing to glimmers of improvement Thursday in the Omicron-stoked fifth wave of the pandemic, but the outlook was not as positive in others.
No national security issue in Chinese takeover of Canadian lithium company: Liberals

No national security issue in Chinese takeover of Canadian lithium company: Liberals

OTTAWA — The pending takeover of a Canadian lithium mining company by a Chinese state-owned company raises no national security concerns, federal Liberals argued Thursday.
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