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Mass shooting inquiry hears from senior Mountie amid protests

Mass shooting inquiry hears from senior Mountie amid protests

TRURO, N.S. — The inquiry into the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia is hearing Thursday from a retired senior Mountie who has been granted special accommodations to ensure he is not re-traumatized by having to relive the tragic, 13-hour event.
Quebec to start monkeypox vaccination of contacts as officials confirm 25 cases

Quebec to start monkeypox vaccination of contacts as officials confirm 25 cases

MONTREAL — Quebec's interim public health director says the province could start vaccinating people against monkeypox as soon as Friday. Dr.
Tory leadership contenders spar in French debate: In The News for May 26, 2022

Tory leadership contenders spar in French debate: In The News for May 26, 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 May 26, 2022 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
With debates over, Conservative leadership candidate turns to final membership push

With debates over, Conservative leadership candidate turns to final membership push

OTTAWA — Now that the second official debate of the race is out of the way, Conservative leadership hopefuls will turn their attention to signing up as many supporters as they can before a fast-approaching deadline.
Canada donates $1 million to probe sexual violence by Russian troops in Ukraine

Canada donates $1 million to probe sexual violence by Russian troops in Ukraine

OTTAWA — Canada is committing an extra $1 million to help the international community investigate sex crimes by Russian troops in Ukraine.
Calgary man who admitted to participating in terrorism activity to be sentenced

Calgary man who admitted to participating in terrorism activity to be sentenced

CALGARY — A man who admitted to terrorism-related acts with the militant group Islamic State is to be sentenced today in a Calgary courtroom.
Cheese not on the table in Canada-U.K. trade talks as Britain seeks market access

Cheese not on the table in Canada-U.K. trade talks as Britain seeks market access

OTTAWA — The British foreign secretary has often been mocked for her preoccupation with cheese. It started eight years ago when Liz Truss expressed outrage in a speech to her party’s annual conference. “We import two thirds of our cheese,” she raged.
Tory leadership contenders cross swords on inflation, Quebec's secularism law

Tory leadership contenders cross swords on inflation, Quebec's secularism law

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The latest on the French-language Conservative leadership debate in Laval

The latest on the French-language Conservative leadership debate in Laval

LAVAL, Que. — Conservative leadership hopefuls are squaring off — in French — in the second official debate of the race, which is being held in Laval, Que. Here are the latest developments. All times eastern: 9:50 p.m.
Man who shot hunters testifies he cut up gun, lied to police out of fear of jail

Man who shot hunters testifies he cut up gun, lied to police out of fear of jail

EDMONTON — A man on trial for killing two Métis hunters testified he cut up his gun, threw it in a dump and lied to police about his involvement in the shooting out of fear of going to jail for protecting himself and his family.