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Ottawa residents, police brace for protests on Canada Day

Ottawa residents, police brace for protests on Canada Day

Ottawa is bracing for a new round of protests expected to start on Canada Day and the city's mayor and chief of police say they are ready.
Trudeau at the G7 and BC under another heatwave: In The News for June 27, 2022

Trudeau at the G7 and BC under another heatwave: In The News for June 27, 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 Monday, June 27, 2022 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
B.C. scientists see recovery but fear more heat domes could change ecosystems forever

B.C. scientists see recovery but fear more heat domes could change ecosystems forever

VANCOUVER — A year after the heat dome event that killed billions of plants and animals in British Columbia, scientists say ecosystems are recovering, but could be transformed forever if such events become more frequent.
Rodeo group in Alberta sorry for float that critics say was racist

Rodeo group in Alberta sorry for float that critics say was racist

Organizers of a rodeo in southern Alberta are apologizing for a parade float with a turban-wearing man in a fake beard seated on a manure spreader with the words "The Liberal" painted on the side
Canada pledges funds as G7 develops response to famine fallout from Russian invasion

Canada pledges funds as G7 develops response to famine fallout from Russian invasion

SCHLOSS ELMAU, GERMANY — Canada pledged $50 million to prevent Ukrainian grain from going to waste on Sunday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau committed to work with G7 nations on further measures to halt the famine caused by the Russian invasion of t
Outrage over decision to end U.S. rights to abortion fuels protests in Canada

Outrage over decision to end U.S. rights to abortion fuels protests in Canada

Women and allies across Canada voiced anxiety and outrage on Sunday as they took to the streets to denounce the United States Supreme Court's decision to overturn the law that provided the constitutional right to abortion for almost 50 years
'Largest spiritual Indigenous gathering' to return during Pope's visit to Alberta

'Largest spiritual Indigenous gathering' to return during Pope's visit to Alberta

LAC STE. ANNE, Alta. — Rev. Garry LaBoucane remembers going to Wakamne — or God's Lake — during the Lac Ste. Anne pilgrimage as a boy.
Quebec homeowners say Ottawa must address decades of erosion caused by ship traffic

Quebec homeowners say Ottawa must address decades of erosion caused by ship traffic

VERCHÈRES, Que. — Every year, 100-year-old Angélique Beauchemin watches more of her land crumble into the St. Lawrence River. From her home along a busy stretch of river in Verchères, Que.
'In a crisis': Deaths of Indigenous women in Winnipeg spark calls for safe housing

'In a crisis': Deaths of Indigenous women in Winnipeg spark calls for safe housing

Lori Ann Mancheese always wanted a home. But the 53-year-old mother of five from Manitoba's Ebb and Flow First Nation died before her dream could come true. Earlier this month, her remains were found in a farmer’s field outside of Winnipeg.

Public safety minister eyes steps to strengthen oversight of the RCMP

OTTAWA — The federal public safety minister says he is "deeply committed" to enhancing oversight of the RCMP by strengthening the role of the national police force's management advisory board.