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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.
Former PM Stephen Harper invested into Order of Canada in London

Former PM Stephen Harper invested into Order of Canada in London

OTTAWA — If Shakespeare thought misery acquaints people with strange bedfellows, he may well agree that mourning a cherished monarch may also bridge some political divides. At least temporarily.
Quebec election: Liberal leader defends party organization as candidate drops out

Quebec election: Liberal leader defends party organization as candidate drops out

MONTRAL — Quebec Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade said Sunday she still in the province’s election race to win, despite questions about her party's organization and claims by other leaders that the election has become a two-way race that's left her o
Quebec election: Legault criticized for saying Quebec hospital's racism problem fixed

Quebec election: Legault criticized for saying Quebec hospital's racism problem fixed

MONTREAL — Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault faced criticism from his political rivals over the weekend after he said members of an Indigenous community want to reopen a semantic debate rather than fix racism problems at a nearby hospit
Trudeau meets with Truss, other world leaders ahead of queen's funeral

Trudeau meets with Truss, other world leaders ahead of queen's funeral

MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met his British counterpart and other world leaders in London on Sunday, as talk of the economy and the war in Ukraine took their place alongside the sombre preparations for Queen Elizabeth's funeral.
'Grandmother for the world': Calgary police officer goes to London for royal funeral

'Grandmother for the world': Calgary police officer goes to London for royal funeral

Tad Milmine felt a surge of emotion when he saw Queen Elizabeth's coffin, aglow in a golden light, as it was carried into Buckingham Palace as part of the monarch's final journey.
Elections Quebec takes to TikTok, hoping quirky campaign inspires turnout

Elections Quebec takes to TikTok, hoping quirky campaign inspires turnout

MONTREAL — Elections Quebec is flipping their usual campaign advertising script in hopes that some fresh messaging will propel more voters out to the polls next month.