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Convoy rolling into Ottawa is about more than just vaccine mandates for truckers

Convoy rolling into Ottawa is about more than just vaccine mandates for truckers

OTTAWA — Dozens of big rigs rolled into downtown Ottawa Friday, as a planned protest began to swell in size and energy, and some in attendance promised to stay put until vaccine mandates are abolished or Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is forced from o
Métis National Council takes former president, Manitoba Métis to court

Métis National Council takes former president, Manitoba Métis to court

The Métis National Council has filed a lawsuit against its former president and the Manitoba Métis Federation alleging financial irregularities and questionable contracts.
Bodies of family that froze to death trying to cross border may not return to India

Bodies of family that froze to death trying to cross border may not return to India

A relative of a family that froze to death in southern Manitoba while trying to cross the United States border says it's expected the bodies will not be flown home to India for a funeral.

B.C. clerk says she didn't see rationale for predecessor's retirement benefit

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's clerk of the legislative assembly says she returned a retirement benefit that was also awarded to her predecessor because she felt "uncomfortable" with it and found the size "very concerning.
Trudeau concerned trucker convoy converging on Parliament Hill could turn violent

Trudeau concerned trucker convoy converging on Parliament Hill could turn violent

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's concerned about the potential for violence during this weekend's planned protest on Parliament Hill by truckers and others joining the crowd to vent their anger about public health restrictions to comb
N.L.'s Memorial University apologizes for anti-Black racism after slur used in course

N.L.'s Memorial University apologizes for anti-Black racism after slur used in course

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Delores Mullings says she was not surprised by a video posted to social media this week that appears to show an instructor at Memorial University using the N-word as part of an online lecture.
Top Alberta court denies appeal of regulator's refusal to approve coal mine

Top Alberta court denies appeal of regulator's refusal to approve coal mine

Alberta's top court has rejected a request to appeal a regulatory decision that denied permits for the Grassy Mountain coal mine in the province's Rocky Mountains.
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: — The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is recommending teenagers with underlying conditions or at high risk of COVID-19 exposure get a booster shot.
National vaccine committee recommends high-risk teens get a COVID-19 booster shot

National vaccine committee recommends high-risk teens get a COVID-19 booster shot

OTTAWA — The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is now recommending teenagers with underlying conditions or at high risk of COVID-19 exposure get a booster shot.
Nord Stream 2 pipeline a sanctions option if Russia invades Ukraine: German envoy

Nord Stream 2 pipeline a sanctions option if Russia invades Ukraine: German envoy

OTTAWA — A controversial gas pipeline that links to Russia beneath the Baltic Sea could be part of a broader package of sanctions should Russia invade Ukraine, says Germany's ambassador to Canada.