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Canada and U.S. make first co-investment in critical minerals producers

Canada and U.S. make first co-investment in critical minerals producers

OTTAWA — The Canadian and U.S. governments say they're co-investing in critical mineral producers for the first time as they work to boost regional supplies. Natural Resources Canada and the U.S.
Quebec man, 60, charged with second-degree murder of 34-year-old daughter

Quebec man, 60, charged with second-degree murder of 34-year-old daughter

ORMSTOWN, Que. — A 60-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his 34-year-old daughter in Ormstown, Que., southwest of Montreal. Alain Caza appeared in court this morning, where he was charged with killing Amanda Caza.
Police investigating after video suggests woman's hijab removed at Ottawa protest

Police investigating after video suggests woman's hijab removed at Ottawa protest

OTTAWA — The Ottawa police hate crime unit is investigating a video that appears to show a Muslim woman's hijab being torn off at a protest this week.
''Illegal, destructive, dangerous': UVic president cites complaints about encampment

''Illegal, destructive, dangerous': UVic president cites complaints about encampment

VICTORIA — The president of the University of Victoria says a pro-Palestinian protest encampment on its campus is drawing an increasing number of complaints about harassment and intimidation, but also illegal and "dangerous" activities.
In the news today: Fort McMurray lessons learned, Admitted killer's wife to testify

In the news today: Fort McMurray lessons learned, Admitted killer's wife to testify

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
B.C. government and social media giants make deal on non-consensual intimate images

B.C. government and social media giants make deal on non-consensual intimate images

The companies have committed to providing B.C. with so-called direct escalation channels that will allow for quick reporting of non-consensual intimate images being placed online even before a protection order is issued. 
Forecast turns favourable in fight against wildfire threatening northern B.C. town

Forecast turns favourable in fight against wildfire threatening northern B.C. town

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A low-pressure system moving into northern British Columbia is expected to dampen wildfire activity that has forced several thousand people to leave their homes in and around Fort Nelson, the BC Wildfire Service says.
The latest news on wildfires in Canada as thousands forced from homes in the West

The latest news on wildfires in Canada as thousands forced from homes in the West

Wildfires have forced thousands out of several communities in Western Canada. In Fort Nelson, B.C., about 4,700 people are out of their homes. Roughly 6,600 residents have been evacuated out of parts of Fort McMurray, Alta.
B.C. First Nation to reactivate judicial review of DFO's salmon farm virus policy

B.C. First Nation to reactivate judicial review of DFO's salmon farm virus policy

VICTORIA — A British Columbia First Nation says it has lost faith in federal plans to remove open net-pens from the province’s ocean salmon farms and is reluctantly relaunching legal action it had on hold that challenges Fisheries Department aquacult
Ground versus crown fire: How the new Fort McMurray blaze differs from The Beast

Ground versus crown fire: How the new Fort McMurray blaze differs from The Beast

A fierce wildfire burning outside Fort McMurray, Alta., has brought back memories of a vicious blaze, nicknamed The Beast, that tore through the oilsands hub in 2016.
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