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Notley to stay on as Alberta NDP leader for 2023 provincial election

Notley to stay on as Alberta NDP leader for 2023 provincial election

EDMONTON — Alberta Opposition NDP Leader Rachel Notley says she will run for premier again in 2023. Notley, who said in December she would stay on as leader, confirmed those plans in a Facebook post this morning.
From beef and hot tubs to shellfish, cargo theft a growing concern in Canada

From beef and hot tubs to shellfish, cargo theft a growing concern in Canada

CALGARY — People may have found it odd when thieves made off with truckloads of hot tubs and beef within days of each other in rural Alberta, but experts say the capers highlight a growing crime perpetrated by sophisticated culprits.
Post-secondary students paying for inaccessible services as they study online

Post-secondary students paying for inaccessible services as they study online

OTTAWA — Brandon Rheal Amyot is taking on debt to pay about $3,000 in tuition this semester, including fees for services and facilities that cannot be used.

Quebec landlord ordered to pay $14,000 after refusing family with service dog

MONTREAL — A Quebec human rights tribunal has ordered a landlord to pay about $14,000 to a family who was refused an apartment rental due to their service dog.
Bob Woodward's goal with Trump book 'Rage': 'the best obtainable version of truth'

Bob Woodward's goal with Trump book 'Rage': 'the best obtainable version of truth'

WASHINGTON, Wash. — "I hope you're recording this, so you get it down," Bob Woodward says, nary a hint of irony in his voice.

'We felt that we won': Vancouver shipyard fights second icebreaker battle

OTTAWA — Mark Lamarre is making his latest pitch for why Ottawa should choose Seaspan ULC to build the Canadian Coast Guard’s next flagship, the CCGS John G. Diefenbaker.
Public service could review Rideau Hall allegations if complaint filed, documents say

Public service could review Rideau Hall allegations if complaint filed, documents say

OTTAWA — Internal government documents show that public servants could have investigated allegations of a toxic work environment at Rideau Hall had an employee at the Governor General's office filed a complaint under the federal labour code.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. to get new name to better reflect changing mandate

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. to get new name to better reflect changing mandate

OTTAWA — The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. will be getting a new name in the coming months, part of a larger rebranding by the federal housing agency to better reflect its changing mandate.
Mourners to gather in Oshawa, Ont., and saliva testing: In The News for Sept. 17

Mourners to gather in Oshawa, Ont., and saliva testing: In The News for Sept. 17

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 Sept. 17 ... What we are watching in Canada ... OSHAWA, Ont.
Vancouver's shuttered aquarium searching for financial solution amid pandemic

Vancouver's shuttered aquarium searching for financial solution amid pandemic

VANCOUVER — Lillooet stepped out of her travelling cage, stretched her wings, shook her tail feathers and looked around the empty foyer of the Vancouver Aquarium.