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Russian vodka, caviar and diamonds on new Canadian sanctions list

Russian vodka, caviar and diamonds on new Canadian sanctions list

OTTAWA — Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly announced a fresh wave of sanctions against Vladimir Putin's regime on Friday including a ban on importing Russian vodka, caviar and diamonds.
Canada banning China's Huawei Technologies, ZTE from 5G telecom networks

Canada banning China's Huawei Technologies, ZTE from 5G telecom networks

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is banning Chinese vendors Huawei Technologies and ZTE from Canada's long-awaited blueprint for next-generation mobile networks.
Canada says no 5G Huawei and the Royal tour wraps: In The News for May 20, 2022

Canada says no 5G Huawei and the Royal tour wraps: In The News for May 20, 2022

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 20, 2022 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Chief sees process of 'exhumation to memorialization' at Kamloops, B.C., graves site

Chief sees process of 'exhumation to memorialization' at Kamloops, B.C., graves site

KAMLOOPS, B.C.
'Horrifically, grisly scene': Remains of woman found near Winnipeg apartment block

'Horrifically, grisly scene': Remains of woman found near Winnipeg apartment block

WINNIPEG — The name Rebecca Contois reverberated down a back lane Thursday night, days after her partial remains were found there. Dozens of people raised fists in the air and said the young Indigenous woman's name out loud four times. "We love you.
Prince Charles acknowledges suffering of residential school survivors

Prince Charles acknowledges suffering of residential school survivors

YELLOWKNIFE — Prince Charles says he and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, were departing Canada with "heavy hearts" and a deeper understanding of residential schools after their royal visit wrapped in the Northwest Territories.
Canada's first two monkeypox cases confirmed in Quebec, others under investigation

Canada's first two monkeypox cases confirmed in Quebec, others under investigation

MONTREAL — The Public Health Agency of Canada says two cases of monkeypox in Quebec are the first confirmed cases in the country.
Jason Kenney to remain Alberta premier until new UCP leader chosen by party

Jason Kenney to remain Alberta premier until new UCP leader chosen by party

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, one day after announcing he was stepping down for the good of his United Conservative Party, will stay on until a new leader is chosen.
Liberals revive bill to create watchdog for Canada Border Services Agency

Liberals revive bill to create watchdog for Canada Border Services Agency

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are rekindling a plan to allow travellers, immigration detainees and others who feel they have been mistreated by Canada’s border agency to complain to an independent body.
B.C. First Nation to start new radar search near former Kamloops residential school

B.C. First Nation to start new radar search near former Kamloops residential school

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The B.C. First Nation whose discovery of unmarked graves on the grounds of a former residential school sparked a national reckoning over Canada's treatment of Indigenous Peoples says it's planning a new search.