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Saskatchewan NDP questions mammogram plan over company's party donations, lobbying

Saskatchewan NDP questions mammogram plan over company's party donations, lobbying

REGINA — Saskatchewan’s Opposition NDP is questioning the province’s plan to send breast cancer patients to a private clinic in Calgary after the company donated to the governing party and hired a former finance minister to lobby on its behalf.

Canada's Christine Sinclair now better than ever in 'EA Sports FC 24' video game

VANCOUVER — Christine Sinclair is in the game. And she's better than ever.
Ottawa, Nova Scotia veto $1.5-million offshore oil exploration bid by company

Ottawa, Nova Scotia veto $1.5-million offshore oil exploration bid by company

HALIFAX — The denial of a $1.5-million bid to relaunch oil and gas exploration in waters off Nova Scotia doesn’t necessarily mean there won’t be future projects, says federal Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson.
As news is still shared on Facebook, Instagram, Meta may yet be regulated: St-Onge

As news is still shared on Facebook, Instagram, Meta may yet be regulated: St-Onge

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Pascale St-Onge has signaled that she would like to see Meta regulated under the Online News Act, as social-media users find loopholes to share news on its platforms.
Bonnie Crombie won't seek seat at Queen's Park in near future

Bonnie Crombie won't seek seat at Queen's Park in near future

TORONTO — New Ontario Liberal Party Leader Bonnie Crombie says she will not run for a seat at Queen's Park in the near future.
Travellin' Man: Raptors rookie Gradey Dick learning on two teams at the same time

Travellin' Man: Raptors rookie Gradey Dick learning on two teams at the same time

TORONTO — Gradey Dick might be the busiest player on the Toronto Raptors. The 20-year-old rookie forward is seeing regular playing minutes in his first season in the NBA, but also logging even more time on the court with the G-League's Raptors 905.
Jacob Markstrom's fractured finger prompts goalie shuffle in Calgary

Jacob Markstrom's fractured finger prompts goalie shuffle in Calgary

CALGARY — Dan Vladar is about to see his workload increase in the Calgary Flames' net in the near future. Jacob Markstrom's fractured finger on his right blocker hand doesn't require surgery, but the club said Tuesday the status of Calgary's No.
Senate censures Sen. Michael MacDonald for 'insensitive' comments on 'Freedom Convoy'

Senate censures Sen. Michael MacDonald for 'insensitive' comments on 'Freedom Convoy'

OTTAWA — Senators have voted to condemn one of their own, following a colourful rant covertly recorded during the self-styled "Freedom Convoy" protest last year. The Senate ethics watchdog found this spring that Conservative Sen.
Lawyer for Alberta man accused in 1976 death of Calgary teen waiting for evidence

Lawyer for Alberta man accused in 1976 death of Calgary teen waiting for evidence

COCHRANE, ALBERTA — The lawyer for an Alberta man accused of killing a teenage girl in 1976 says the age of the case is causing a delay in getting access to evidence collected by prosecutors and police.

No return date for 700 Quebecers evacuated because of fears dike could burst

MONTREAL — It's unclear when about 700 people can return to their properties in Quebec's Laurentians region after they were forced out earlier this week because of fears a dike on a nearby river could fail, Public Security Minister François Bonnardel