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Motorcade procession held for four military members killed in crash

Motorcade procession held for four military members killed in crash

HALIFAX — The remains of four of the six Canadian Armed Forces members killed in a military helicopter crash in April arrived Thursday in Nova Scotia, where two separate motorcade processions allowed residents to pay their final respects.
Trudeau launches student support, defends fiscal record after credit-rating cut

Trudeau launches student support, defends fiscal record after credit-rating cut

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his government's fiscal record on Thursday as it launched several new programs promising billions of dollars in support for students.

CP NewsAlert: Vancouver is out of running as NHL hub city: Canucks

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks say the team is officially out of the running to act as a hub city as the NHL looks to hold its playoffs. Canucks Sports and Entertainment thanked B.C.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:28 p.m. ET on June 25, 2020: There are 102,622 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Alberta probe into foreign funding of anti-oil groups extended to October

Alberta probe into foreign funding of anti-oil groups extended to October

EDMONTON — Alberta's public inquiry into whether foreign money is bankrolling anti-oil protests in Canada is going into overtime.
Bowing to Beijing would put 'an awful lot more Canadians' at risk, Trudeau says

Bowing to Beijing would put 'an awful lot more Canadians' at risk, Trudeau says

OTTAWA — Bowing to pressure from Beijing to secure the release of two Canadians would put "an awful lot more" citizens at risk by signalling Canada can be intimidated, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday.
Kenney rejects NDP call to fire speechwriter over residential school comments

Kenney rejects NDP call to fire speechwriter over residential school comments

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he disputes comments made by his speechwriter in 2013 that questioned the severity of the effects of residential schools on Indigenous peoples, but is resisting Opposition demands to fire him.
Numbers of large wild Atlantic salmon dipped to near historic lows in 2019

Numbers of large wild Atlantic salmon dipped to near historic lows in 2019

HALIFAX — A group advocating for the conservation of wild Atlantic salmon says the number of adult salmon returning to North America rivers fell to near historic lows last year.
COVID-19 increases risk for Canada's 'invisible' homeless women: study

COVID-19 increases risk for Canada's 'invisible' homeless women: study

OTTAWA — A new research project shows women experiencing homelessness in Canada are largely invisible and falling through major gaps in support systems — and into dangerous situations.
Senate regrets, will explore compensation, for employees harassed by ex-senator

Senate regrets, will explore compensation, for employees harassed by ex-senator

OTTAWA — Some staff working for then-senator Don Meredith suffered harassment, including sexually, and the Senate's administrative committee regrets that, it said Thursday.
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