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City of Iqaluit announces partial water shutdown; boil water advisory in effect

City of Iqaluit announces partial water shutdown; boil water advisory in effect

IQALUIT, Nunavut — The City of Iqaluit has shut down water services for parts of the city after a series of issues with the piped water system over the weekend.
Former Liberal MP Raj Grewal seeks dismissal of charges due to lack of evidence

Former Liberal MP Raj Grewal seeks dismissal of charges due to lack of evidence

OTTAWA — A former Liberal MP is seeking the dismissal of two criminal charges connected to his time in office.
Quebec premier calls Montreal byelection to replace ex-Liberal leader Anglade

Quebec premier calls Montreal byelection to replace ex-Liberal leader Anglade

MONTREAL — Quebecers living in the Montreal riding of the former Quebec Liberal party leader will vote March 13 in a byelection to choose her replacement.
B.C.'s economy, health care and housing to be the focus of throne speech: Eby

B.C.'s economy, health care and housing to be the focus of throne speech: Eby

VICTORIA — British Columbia's economy will be a key focus for politicians as they return to the legislature for the spring sitting.
Where trapping is still a way of life, Quebec lithium projects spark fears for future

Where trapping is still a way of life, Quebec lithium projects spark fears for future

NEMASKA, QUE. — As Freddy Jolly’s pickup truck travels the dusty roads through the spruce forests outside Nemaska, Que., the one radio station fades in and out, and Jolly fills the gaps between country ballads with conversation.
In The News for Feb. 6 : How will the loonie fare in 2023?

In The News for Feb. 6 : How will the loonie fare in 2023?

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 Feb. 6 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Elaine Tanner, 1960s swimming superstar, cherishes rare medal that Canada wanted back

Elaine Tanner, 1960s swimming superstar, cherishes rare medal that Canada wanted back

Tanner went to the 1968 Mexico City Olympics overwhelmingly favoured to win gold. Instead, with the weight of a nation on her 17-year-old shoulders, she came home with two silvers, in the 100 m and 200 m backstroke, and a bronze in the 4x100 m freestyle relay.
Governments, B.C. coastal First Nations endorse marine protection action plan

Governments, B.C. coastal First Nations endorse marine protection action plan

VANCOUVER — The federal and British Columbia governments, alongside 15 coastal First Nations, have officially endorsed the blueprint for a vast network of marine protected areas along Canada's west coast.
Advocates come together to help sailors stuck for months on tugboats in Quebec port

Advocates come together to help sailors stuck for months on tugboats in Quebec port

TROIS-RIVIÈRES, Que. — Groups that advocate for seafarers are expressing concern for 11 sailors who are spending a harsh Quebec winter aboard three tugboats that have been detained for months in the port of Trois-Rivières.
Newfoundland family finds hockey jerseys lost during post-tropical storm Fiona

Newfoundland family finds hockey jerseys lost during post-tropical storm Fiona

Three tupperware bins hold all that remains of Peggy Savery's life and home since post-tropical storm Fiona ravaged her Newfoundland community and swept away most of her possessions last September.
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