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Death toll from Saturday's storm hits 10 as communities survey damage

Death toll from Saturday's storm hits 10 as communities survey damage

Power outages caused by the powerful and deadly storm that swept across Ontario and Quebec on Saturday are stretching into another day, as hydro providers warned customers they could be waiting even longer for service to be fully restored.
COVID and air pollution, storm cleanup in Ontario and Quebec : In The News for May 24

COVID and air pollution, storm cleanup in Ontario and Quebec : In The News for May 24

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 May 24 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'It all comes back to lodging': electrician says lack of housing slows construction

'It all comes back to lodging': electrician says lack of housing slows construction

KUUJJUAQ, Que. — Daniel Gabois would usually be out hunting this time of year. Flocks of Canada geese have started to appear overhead in their V-formations, returning to nesting grounds in the northern Quebec region of Nunavik.

Trudeau in Vancouver to talk Invictus Games after attending Kamloops graves ceremony

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in Metro Vancouver today where he is expected to discuss housing and food bank issues.
Hedley frontman's sex assault trial set to resume in Toronto today

Hedley frontman's sex assault trial set to resume in Toronto today

TORONTO — The sex assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard is set to resume in Toronto today. The Crown finished presenting its evidence early last week, and the defence is expected to begin making its case today.
Trudeau faces chants, pounding drums as he walks through crowd at Kamloops memorial

Trudeau faces chants, pounding drums as he walks through crowd at Kamloops memorial

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — An unmarked burial ground at the former Kamloops, B.C. residential school set off a reckoning for Canadians about their country's history and relations with Indigenous Peoples, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday.
'A light of hope': first of three flights bringing Ukrainians lands in Winnipeg

'A light of hope': first of three flights bringing Ukrainians lands in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — Kseniia Zinenko stepped outside of the Winnipeg airport Monday evening after a nine-hour flight from Poland to Manitoba's capital city.
NewsAlert: CFL players turn down new collective bargaining agreement with league

NewsAlert: CFL players turn down new collective bargaining agreement with league

TORONTO — CFL players have rejected the new collective bargaining agreement with the league. According to the source, CFL players voted against ratifying the tentative deal reached Wednesday between the league and CFL Players' Association.
Death toll from Saturday's storm hits 10 as communities survey damage

Death toll from Saturday's storm hits 10 as communities survey damage

CLARENCE-ROCKLAND, Ont. — As the death toll related to the powerful storm that swept Ontario and Quebec on Saturday reached 10 on Monday, some of the hardest-hit communities were still working to take stock of the damage.
Conservative party ends its investigation into complaint about a racist email

Conservative party ends its investigation into complaint about a racist email

The Conservative Party of Canada has ended its investigation into a racist email sent to leadership contender Patrick Brown's campaign team after the party member purportedly behind it resigned their membership.