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A look at Jeremy Hansen, astronaut destined to be first Canadian beyond the moon

A look at Jeremy Hansen, astronaut destined to be first Canadian beyond the moon

HOUSTON — A quick look at Col. Jeremy Hansen, the Canadian astronaut named Monday as a member of Artemis II, the first mission to the moon in more than half a century: Born: Jan. 27, 1976, in London, Ont.
Atlantic hydrogen projects tracking well for 2025 production start: Wilkinson

Atlantic hydrogen projects tracking well for 2025 production start: Wilkinson

OTTAWA — Seven months after Canada and Germany agreed to build a new hydrogen supply chain across the Atlantic Ocean, the 2025 target date for the first shipments is on track, Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says.
No legal justification for use of Emergencies Act, civil liberties group tells court

No legal justification for use of Emergencies Act, civil liberties group tells court

OTTAWA — A national civil liberties group told a federal judge Monday the federal government has not clearly spelled out proper legal justification for its use of the Emergencies Act early last year in response to protests in the national capital and
NASA, CSA name Jeremy Hansen to be first Canadian to encircle the moon

NASA, CSA name Jeremy Hansen to be first Canadian to encircle the moon

HOUSTON — A square-jawed fighter pilot from southwestern Ontario donned the mantle of Canada's newest space hero Monday as his country joined the United States in a bid to usher in a new era of daring global adventures beyond the moon and the stars.
Trudeau says orderly immigration system is needed after deaths of eight migrants

Trudeau says orderly immigration system is needed after deaths of eight migrants

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is reiterating the importance of an orderly immigration system as police investigate the deaths of eight migrants, including two toddlers, in the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne last week.
Ottawa may have to adjust future help for Ukrainian refugees: immigration minister

Ottawa may have to adjust future help for Ukrainian refugees: immigration minister

CALGARY — Canada may have to consider updating future supports for Ukrainians seeking refuge from war, federal Immigration Minister Sean Fraser said Monday.
EU disinformation head: Canada can counter interference by boosting media literacy

EU disinformation head: Canada can counter interference by boosting media literacy

OTTAWA — The European Union's head of combating foreign interference in communications says explosive allegations about Beijing's meddling in elections can be an opportunity to improve Canadians' understanding of disinformation and media literacy.
Canada first to develop medical standards to keep kids from suffering pain in silence

Canada first to develop medical standards to keep kids from suffering pain in silence

OTTAWA — The Health Standards Organization has released a new set of guidelines to help hospital workers manage children's pain — particularly for those who can't communicate when they're hurt.
Muslim charity alleges systemic bias in bid to halt revenue agency's 'tainted' audit

Muslim charity alleges systemic bias in bid to halt revenue agency's 'tainted' audit

OTTAWA — A grassroots Muslim charity is pointing to internal Canada Revenue Agency documents in a bid to persuade an Ontario court that a long-running federal audit is fundamentally tainted by systemic bias and Islamophobia.
Police probe suspicious deaths north of Montreal of two people who knew each other

Police probe suspicious deaths north of Montreal of two people who knew each other

SAINTE-JULIENNE, Que. — Quebec provincial police are investigating after the bodies of two people in their 40s were discovered in separate locations in a community 80 kilometres north of Montreal.
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