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Canadian research officials return from Geneva with plan to tackle coronavirus

OTTAWA — Canada will aim $6.5 million at research on stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus, after co-ordinating with researchers around the world on tackling the outbreak.
Government tells UN it's on track to meet climate goals for power generation

Government tells UN it's on track to meet climate goals for power generation

Canada appears poised to rack up a climate-change win, says a recent government report submitted to the United Nations.
The latest on protests across Canada in support of anti-pipeline demonstrators

The latest on protests across Canada in support of anti-pipeline demonstrators

Here is the latest news on protests across Canada over a natural-gas pipeline project in British Columbia: ——— Victoria police said four people reported assaults during protests at the B.C. legislature on Tuesday.
Chiefs head to court over pipeline as supporters take to streets in protest

Chiefs head to court over pipeline as supporters take to streets in protest

Two hereditary chiefs from a British Columbia First Nation at the heart of a wave of national protests launched a constitutional challenge of fossil fuel projects on Wednesday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for demonstrators to observe the r
AFN, Opposition demand Trudeau Liberals act on B.C. pipeline dispute

AFN, Opposition demand Trudeau Liberals act on B.C. pipeline dispute

OTTAWA — The Assembly of First Nations and Opposition politicians called Wednesday for the Liberal government to take swifter and firmer action to defuse tensions around a natural-gas pipeline being built through traditional Indigenous territory in B

Man convicted of killing pregnant wife allowed to leave prison unsupervised

GRAVENHURST, Ont.
Ex-Hasidic woman tells Quebec trial she was removed from secular studies at age 13

Ex-Hasidic woman tells Quebec trial she was removed from secular studies at age 13

MONTREAL — An ex-Hasidic Jewish woman who is seeking a judgment against the Quebec government for allegedly denying her a proper education told a Montreal trial she was terrified to speak out against her former community but came forward because she
'We're not giving in,' Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief says in wake of arrests

'We're not giving in,' Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief says in wake of arrests

VANCOUVER — Hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en Nation are pledging to continue fighting a natural gas pipeline through their traditional territory, days after 28 of their supporters were arrested for blocking access to a work site in northern Brit
Phoenix pay problem backlog declines, but half of workers still impacted

Phoenix pay problem backlog declines, but half of workers still impacted

OTTAWA — The backlog of problems created by the federal government's faulty electronic pay system has dropped below 200,000 for the first time since shortly after it was brought fully online in 2016.
Trudeau secures Senegal's vote for UN Security Council seat on Dakar trip

Trudeau secures Senegal's vote for UN Security Council seat on Dakar trip

DAKAR, Senegal — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called on the world to do more to spread freedom Wednesday, as he visited a museum in Senegal that was once a centre in the African slave trade.