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Errors and omissions revealed in RCMP statements after Nova Scotia mass shooting

Errors and omissions revealed in RCMP statements after Nova Scotia mass shooting

HALIFAX — In the days following the mass shooting that left 22 people dead in Nova Scotia, the RCMP's statements to the public were riddled with mistakes, confusion and omissions, a newly released report reveals.
Gas tax break not currently on table as Liberals battle affordability problems

Gas tax break not currently on table as Liberals battle affordability problems

OTTAWA — The federal government has no immediate plans to cut prices at the pump by offering Canadians a temporary reprieve from the federal gas tax, Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said Tuesday.

Cree of Chisasibi to search for graves at residential school sites in northern Quebec

MONTREAL — The Cree Nation of Chisasibi said Tuesday it will search for unmarked graves at the sites of five residential schools that operated on Fort George Island, in northern Quebec.
Winnipeg police say remains in landfill are those of Rebecca Contois

Winnipeg police say remains in landfill are those of Rebecca Contois

WINNIPEG — Remains found in a landfill have been identified as those of Rebecca Contois, a 24-year-old Indigenous woman, police said Tuesday.
Defence chief Gen. Wayne Eyre reviewing vaccine requirement for Canadian Armed Forces

Defence chief Gen. Wayne Eyre reviewing vaccine requirement for Canadian Armed Forces

OTTAWA — Defence chief Gen. Wayne Eyre is reviewing the Canadian military's COVID-19 vaccine mandate, which remains in effect even though a similar requirement for most other federal employees has been suspended.
Online-streaming bill passes third reading in House of Commons, heads to Senate

Online-streaming bill passes third reading in House of Commons, heads to Senate

OTTAWA — The Liberal government's online-streaming bill, which has been the subject of fierce debate among members of Parliament, is now headed to the Senate.
Russia's misinformation campaign failing, say Canadian general, EU and NATO officials

Russia's misinformation campaign failing, say Canadian general, EU and NATO officials

Russian attempts to sell false narratives in the West about the invasion of Ukraine are failing, say a Canadian general and senior NATO and European officials
Filibuster at foreign affairs committee ends with compromise on abortion rights study

Filibuster at foreign affairs committee ends with compromise on abortion rights study

OTTAWA — A month-long filibuster at the House of Commons foreign affairs committee is over after MPs agreed to delay a study on reproductive rights until after the Conservatives choose their next leader.
Quebec extends state of emergency in Saguenay, Que., because of landslide threat

Quebec extends state of emergency in Saguenay, Que., because of landslide threat

MONTREAL — Officials in Saguenay, Que., secured a perimeter around a neighbourhood at risk of landslides Tuesday and tried to ensure that residents forced from their homes had places to stay.
Sergeant-at-arms 'flabbergasted' at Ottawa police inaction on harassment amid convoy

Sergeant-at-arms 'flabbergasted' at Ottawa police inaction on harassment amid convoy

OTTAWA — The sergeant-at-arms for the House of Commons says he was "flabbergasted" at how the Ottawa police allowed the harassment of members of Parliament and staffers to go on during the protests against COVID-19 restrictions in the capital earlier