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Homeless N.L. man lives on $175 a month. Federal housing monitor says it’s not enough

Homeless N.L. man lives on $175 a month. Federal housing monitor says it’s not enough

ST. JOHN'S, N.L.
Ottawa late to respond to Emergencies Act commission findings

Ottawa late to respond to Emergencies Act commission findings

OTTAWA — The Liberal government has missed a deadline to respond to the findings and recommendations of Justice Paul Rouleau, who headed a federal inquiry into the government's first and only use of the Emergencies Act in 2022.
Canada holds 'workshops' for Indian officials on rule of law amid Trudeau, Modi spat

Canada holds 'workshops' for Indian officials on rule of law amid Trudeau, Modi spat

OTTAWA — As experts urge Canada to ease the strain after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused India of helping kill a Canadian, Ottawa is turning to the world of slideshows and flow charts.
Timeline of recent tensions between Canada and India

Timeline of recent tensions between Canada and India

OTTAWA — Canada and India have not had a perfect relationship, and issues over Sikh separatism have continue to simmer for decades. But tensions hit a boiling point in the past year. Here's a timeline of the diplomatic row.
'Resilience and bravery:' Nova Scotia honours first Black man to win Victoria Cross

'Resilience and bravery:' Nova Scotia honours first Black man to win Victoria Cross

HALIFAX — Against a backdrop of unimaginable racism and hardship, William Hall's courage on the battlefield in 1857 led him to become the first Black person awarded the Victoria Cross, Britain's highest military decoration.
Alberta First Nations seek answers on carbon capture and storage plans

Alberta First Nations seek answers on carbon capture and storage plans

Seven Alberta First Nations have banded together to seek answers as industry and government move on billion-dollar plans to inject and store millions of tonnes of greenhouse gases underneath or adjacent to their traditional lands.
Fake lawyers scamming immigrants, Bar of Montreal warns

Fake lawyers scamming immigrants, Bar of Montreal warns

MONTREAL — The Canadian dream can quickly become a nightmare for newcomers who fall prey to fake immigration lawyers, the president of the Bar of Montreal said as he reported a dramatic, local serge in such cases.
'I need a house': Belleville's drug emergency lays bare toll of wider crisis

'I need a house': Belleville's drug emergency lays bare toll of wider crisis

BELLEVILLE, ONT. — As snow accumulated on the streets around him, John Green wondered where he would find warmth for the night.
28-year-old man killed in shooting in Montreal's Little Italy

28-year-old man killed in shooting in Montreal's Little Italy

Montreal police are investigating after a man was shot and killed in the city's Little Italy neighbourhood early this morning.
Prince Harry wraps visit to B.C., promises 'epic week' for next year's Invictus Games

Prince Harry wraps visit to B.C., promises 'epic week' for next year's Invictus Games

VANCOUVER — Prince Harry told attendees gathered to mark the end of his three-day trip to British Columbia that next year's Invictus Games in the province will be about more than athletes winning medals.
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