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Federeal documents say Huawei's Meng lied, supporting her extradition to U.S.

Federeal documents say Huawei's Meng lied, supporting her extradition to U.S.

VANCOUVER — Documents from lawyers for Canada's attorney general say a series of witnesses will prove Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou lied to HSBC bank about the company's relationship's with Skycom in Iran.
Navy enters new era by welcoming long-awaited Arctic warship into fleet

Navy enters new era by welcoming long-awaited Arctic warship into fleet

OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Navy is poised to enter a new era by taking possession of the first armed warship under the federal government's multibillion-dollar shipbuilding plan, and the first built for Arctic military operations in decades.
Canadians can now download new COVID-19 exposure-alert smartphone app

Canadians can now download new COVID-19 exposure-alert smartphone app

OTTAWA — Canadians can now begin downloading a voluntary smartphone app meant to warn users they've been near someone who tests positive for COVID-19.
Bail hearing delayed again for man accused of threatening PM in Rideau Hall case

Bail hearing delayed again for man accused of threatening PM in Rideau Hall case

OTTAWA — The man accused of ramming through a gate at Rideau Hall while heavily armed is staying in an Ontario jail for another three weeks. Corey Hurren was arrested July 2 and has not yet had a bail hearing.
Rescue groups and fisheries officials race to save entangled humpback whales

Rescue groups and fisheries officials race to save entangled humpback whales

VANCOUVER — Marine mammal rescue groups and federal fisheries officials are working against time in waters off the coast of British Columbia to save three humpback whales entangled in fishing gear.
Salmonella cases in Western and Central Canada linked to U.S.-grown red onions

Salmonella cases in Western and Central Canada linked to U.S.-grown red onions

OTTAWA — Health authorities are warning consumers in Central and Western Canada to avoid eating red onions imported from the U.S. that have been linked to a salmonella outbreak. The Public Health Agency of Canada says it's working with its U.S.

Quebec police watchdog probes death of 29-year-old following shoplifting arrest

MONTREAL — Quebec's police watchdog is investigating the death of a 29-year-old man who allegedly fell from a balcony after he was arrested for shoplifting. The watchdog said in a news release Thursday Montreal police arrested the man around 2:30 p.
WE fallout and 260 Chinese boats fish near Galapagos; In The News for July 31

WE fallout and 260 Chinese boats fish near Galapagos; In The News for July 31

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 July 31 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

Winnipeg woman recovering after being attacked by a Muskie in an Ontario lake

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg woman is recovering after being attacked by a Muskie while swimming with her family at a fishing resort. The attack happened on July 25 at the North Star Village, in Minaki, Ont., north of Kenora.
PM says he pushed back on WE deal, knew family's ties would lead to scrutiny

PM says he pushed back on WE deal, knew family's ties would lead to scrutiny

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he initially pushed back when he learned the public service had chosen WE Charity to run the Canada Student Service Grant, knowing his family's connections with the organization would lead to significant sc