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Royals visit Ottawa, April inflation rate : In The News for May 18

Royals visit Ottawa, April inflation rate : In The News for May 18

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 May 18 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
A timeline of events since the finding of unmarked graves in Kamloops last May

A timeline of events since the finding of unmarked graves in Kamloops last May

VANCOUVER — The Tk’emlups te Secwepemc announced in May last year that the remains of as many as 215 children were found using ground-penetrating radar around the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia’s Interior.
Livestreamed mass shooting shows more internet regulations needed: experts

Livestreamed mass shooting shows more internet regulations needed: experts

WINNIPEG — David Shanks felt a familiar sense of distress as he learned a video was quickly spreading online depicting a mass shooting in a Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket.

No winning ticket sold for Tuesday's $60 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — There was no winning ticket sold in Tuesday's Lotto Max $60 million draw. However, two of the eight available $1 million Maxmillion prizes were claimed by ticket holders in the Prairies and Ontario.
Prince Charles nods to 'darker' past, need for reconciliation as Canadian tour begins

Prince Charles nods to 'darker' past, need for reconciliation as Canadian tour begins

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, began a three-day Canadian tour Tuesday in St. John’s, N.L.
A report on wildfire in Lytton, B.C., says more community fireproofing needed

A report on wildfire in Lytton, B.C., says more community fireproofing needed

VANCOUVER — A wildfire that destroyed the British Columbia village of Lytton couldn’t have been stopped, even with an area-wide emergency response, says a new report.
Ottawa interim police chief Steve Bell didn't ask feds to invoke Emergencies Act

Ottawa interim police chief Steve Bell didn't ask feds to invoke Emergencies Act

Ottawa’s interim police chief says he did not ask the federal government to invoke the Emergencies Act during the “Freedom Convoy” in February.
Alberta premier to learn fate Wednesday in party review of his job performance

Alberta premier to learn fate Wednesday in party review of his job performance

EDMONTON — Albertans are to learn Wednesday whether Premier Jason Kenney has enough support from his party to keep his job — but political observers say whatever the outcome, it won’t end the rancorous political melodrama.
Liberals move to bar sanctioned Russians from Canada through immigration amendments

Liberals move to bar sanctioned Russians from Canada through immigration amendments

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is moving to ban Russians sanctioned over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine from entering Canada.
No verdict after Day 2 of deliberations at Quebec City Halloween 2020 murder trial

No verdict after Day 2 of deliberations at Quebec City Halloween 2020 murder trial

QUEBEC — Jurors will deliberate for a third day on Wednesday at the murder trial for the man accused of stalking the streets of Old Quebec City on Halloween 2020 and using a sword to kill two people and injure five others.