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Trudeau faces mounting pressure to meet UN Global Fund request

Trudeau faces mounting pressure to meet UN Global Fund request

OTTAWA — AIDS activists are pressuring the Trudeau government to renew its support for fighting infectious diseases abroad after an embarrassing Montreal conference that left the sector worried Canada will fall short.
In homes and gatherings, Canadians watch London funeral for Queen Elizabeth

In homes and gatherings, Canadians watch London funeral for Queen Elizabeth

Canadians rose early on Monday to watch Queen Elizabeth's state funeral service in groups or at home, saying they felt a sense of history occurring before their eyes. Canada's longest-serving head of state died on Sept.

Prime Minister, Governor General lead delegation of Canadian politicians, dignitaries

A significant Canadian delegation is attending today's state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II in London, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Governor General Mary Simon and several former prime ministers and governors general.
Restoring the culinary and cultural bounty of ancient Indigenous sea gardens in B.C.

Restoring the culinary and cultural bounty of ancient Indigenous sea gardens in B.C.

Indigenous leaders hope to gain approval for clam harvesting at the sea garden site on Salt Spring Island's coast, and another at nearby Russell Island in Gulf Islands National Park
Canada and the world say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II : In The News for Sept. 19

Canada and the world say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II : In The News for Sept. 19

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 Sept. 19 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'A red herring:' Experts warn ending birth alerts not the only solution

'A red herring:' Experts warn ending birth alerts not the only solution

The number of newborns taken into care dropped dramatically as birth alerts ended across Canada, but child welfare experts warn ceasing the practice cannot be the only step governments take to keep families together.
Quebec election: Immigration becomes political fodder as parties spar over 'capacity'

Quebec election: Immigration becomes political fodder as parties spar over 'capacity'

MONTREAL — The head of a major employers' group in Quebec says an election campaign is not the time to have a serious discussion about immigration.
Monday will be a federal holiday to mark Queen's state funeral: What does this mean?

Monday will be a federal holiday to mark Queen's state funeral: What does this mean?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has declared Sept. 19 a federal holiday to mourn Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her state funeral in London. Some provinces are closing schools and select workplaces, while others are not recognizing the holiday.
Outpouring of affection for Queen Elizabeth II to culminate in state funeral today

Outpouring of affection for Queen Elizabeth II to culminate in state funeral today

LONDON — After 10 days of tributes and mourning, the world will bid a final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II in a state funeral in London today.
Migrants across Canada call on Ottawa for action on regularization, permanent status

Migrants across Canada call on Ottawa for action on regularization, permanent status

TORONTO — Thousands of migrants and their supporters held rallies across Canadian cities on Sunday to call on Ottawa to extend permanent status to undocumented people.