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Space for Algonquin Peoples to open near Parliament, but no date set

Space for Algonquin Peoples to open near Parliament, but no date set

OTTAWA — Algonquin leaders and the federal government have signed an agreement committing to a new space for Algonquin Peoples in Ottawa's parliamentary precinct, five years after the former grand chief staged a hunger and hydration strike in protest
Family phone plans hinder escape from domestic violence: Women's Shelters Canada

Family phone plans hinder escape from domestic violence: Women's Shelters Canada

VANCOUVER — Women's Shelters Canada is calling on phone companies to adjust how they respond to those escaping from domestic violence, saying the costs of changing a phone number and difficulties leaving a shared plan are key barriers for victims.
Tories demand a 'secret' carbon pricing analysis Liberals say doesn't exist

Tories demand a 'secret' carbon pricing analysis Liberals say doesn't exist

OTTAWA — The Conservatives are demanding that the Liberals release what they call a "secret report" that proves carbon pricing is harming Canadian families while the government says there simply is no such thing.
Trudeau congratulates Modi for re-election, raises rule of law in India relationship

Trudeau congratulates Modi for re-election, raises rule of law in India relationship

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on his re-election Wednesday, but as tensions remain high in the Canada-India relationship, he used the opportunity to reinforce the importance of the rule of l
Report on foreign meddling sparks concern about MPs, Tories call for release of names

Report on foreign meddling sparks concern about MPs, Tories call for release of names

OTTAWA — The chairman of a national security watchdog says the panel "cannot add anything" to its finding that some MPs wittingly assisted the efforts of foreign states to interfere in Canadian politics.
Israel denies link to Islamophobic campaign in Canada that Meta says originated there

Israel denies link to Islamophobic campaign in Canada that Meta says originated there

OTTAWA — The Israeli government is being accused in published reports of involvement in an operation aimed at reducing support for Palestinians in Canada that was flagged by artificial intelligence researchers.
Mother tells Quebec inquest she can't fathom how her son could die in the cold

Mother tells Quebec inquest she can't fathom how her son could die in the cold

MONTREAL — More than three years after her son's death, Suzanne Chemaganish still can't understand how he could have been allowed to die in the cold outside a homeless shelter in a big city like Montreal.
Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté fined $24,000 in Tahiti over cannabis use

Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté fined $24,000 in Tahiti over cannabis use

PAPEETE — A representative for Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté says the Canadian entrepreneur has been fined about $24,000 for cannabis possession in French Polynesia.
Liberal MP 'surprised' social conservative felt 'ambushed' by questions on abortion

Liberal MP 'surprised' social conservative felt 'ambushed' by questions on abortion

OTTAWA — The Liberal MP who invited a Tory backbencher onto his podcast says he's surprised the Conservative described feeling "ambushed" by queries about his long-standing and well-known opposition to abortion.
Robert Miller too sick to defend himself against Montreal sex charges: lawyers

Robert Miller too sick to defend himself against Montreal sex charges: lawyers

MONTREAL — Lawyers defending Quebec billionaire businessman Robert Miller against sex crime charges have filed an application for a stay of proceedings, saying he is too sick to appear in court.
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