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Liberal MPs meet to discuss historic election of House of Commons Speaker

Liberal MPs meet to discuss historic election of House of Commons Speaker

OTTAWA — Liberal members of Parliament gathered for an early caucus meeting Tuesday morning to discuss the historic vote to select a new House of Commons Speaker, which is expected later in the day.
Nijjar fallout: India reportedly tells Canada to bring home 'dozens' of its diplomats

Nijjar fallout: India reportedly tells Canada to bring home 'dozens' of its diplomats

WASHINGTON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it's important for Canada to have diplomats on the ground in India for what he calls "extremely challenging" circumstances.
India tells Canada to remove 41 of its 62 diplomats in the country, an official says

India tells Canada to remove 41 of its 62 diplomats in the country, an official says

TORONTO (AP) — India has told Canada to remove 41 of its 62 diplomats in the country, an official familiar with the matter said Tuesday, ramping up a confrontation between the two countries over Canadian accusations that India may have been involved
In the news today: Speaker vote in the House and the Blue Jays begin post-season play

In the news today: Speaker vote in the House and the Blue Jays begin post-season play

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
B.C. court rejects challenge to huge Squamish Nation housing project in Vancouver

B.C. court rejects challenge to huge Squamish Nation housing project in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — A massive Vancouver housing development spearheaded by the Squamish Nation has cleared a legal hurdle after a B.C. Supreme Court judge rejected a challenge by a residents' association over lack of consultation.
Delta landfill in British Columbia would turn into a spot for eagle watching in fall

Delta landfill in British Columbia would turn into a spot for eagle watching in fall

Fall and winter are some of the busiest months for a raptor rescue operation in Delta, B.C., as it prepares for the annual migration of eagles scavenging at the Metro Vancouver landfill.
After a four-week campaign, Manitobans to decide on Tories' bid for a third term

After a four-week campaign, Manitobans to decide on Tories' bid for a third term

WINNIPEG — Manitobans are to make history today as they cast final ballots in an election that has followed four weeks of promises, debates and controversial advertisements.
Trial to begin for former RCMP intelligence director accused of disclosing secrets

Trial to begin for former RCMP intelligence director accused of disclosing secrets

OTTAWA — More than four years after Cameron Jay Ortis was charged with breaching Canada's secrets law, the former RCMP intelligence director is about to get his day in court.
Parti Québécois captures Jean-Talon riding in Quebec byelection, adds fourth seat

Parti Québécois captures Jean-Talon riding in Quebec byelection, adds fourth seat

QUEBEC — The Parti Québécois handily won the hotly contested byelection in the Quebec City riding of Jean-Talon on Monday night, capturing a seat held by the governing Coalition Avenir Québec since 2019.
Mohawk Mothers worry evidence of human remains at McGill work site will be destroyed

Mohawk Mothers worry evidence of human remains at McGill work site will be destroyed

MONTREAL — After losing their bid to halt construction at the site of a former Montreal hospital, a group of Indigenous women who believe there may be unmarked graves at that location say they’re worried evidence could be jeopardized if work continue
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