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Fire breaks out on Canadian warship off coast of Norway while leading NATO force

Fire breaks out on Canadian warship off coast of Norway while leading NATO force

OTTAWA — A fire broke out on HMCS Fredericton early Thursday morning as the Canadian frigate was leading several other NATO warships in a training exercise off the coast of Norway.
Quebec premier set to announce plan to increase number of Quebec-born NHL players

Quebec premier set to announce plan to increase number of Quebec-born NHL players

MONTREAL — Quebec Premier François Legault is scheduled to make an announcement later today related to the development of professional hockey in the province.
Federal help for BC, stranded motorists return to Vancouver: In The News for Nov. 18

Federal help for BC, stranded motorists return to Vancouver: In The News for Nov. 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 Nov. 18 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Number of sites, looming winter, complicate 'unprecedented' B.C. highway repairs

Number of sites, looming winter, complicate 'unprecedented' B.C. highway repairs

Repairing the British Columbia highways washed out by heavy rains and flooding will be complicated by the scale of the damage, the terrain and the coming winter, building experts say.
Trauma of 16 days in N.S. dry cell endures, though court win a solace: former inmate

Trauma of 16 days in N.S. dry cell endures, though court win a solace: former inmate

HALIFAX — The cramped space, bright lights and watching eyes continue to haunt Lisa Adams.
Ottawa approves request for federal assistance in B.C. flood recovery efforts

Ottawa approves request for federal assistance in B.C. flood recovery efforts

The Canadian Armed Forces has been called in to help with recovery efforts in flood-stricken B.C., with the provincial government declaring a state of emergency.
The latest news on mudslides and flooding in B.C.

The latest news on mudslides and flooding in B.C.

The latest news on mudslides and flooding in British Columbia (all times eastern): 11:57 p.m. A late-night evacuation train carrying about 200 people stranded for days by British Columbia's mudslides and floods left Hope for Vancouver.
Evacuation train departed Hope, B.C., bound for Vancouver with 200 passengers

Evacuation train departed Hope, B.C., bound for Vancouver with 200 passengers

A late-night evacuation passenger train carrying about 200 people stranded for days by British Columbia's mudslides and floods left Hope for Vancouver Wednesday.
There's room, reason for Canada, U.S. to find common ground on EVs, Freeland says

There's room, reason for Canada, U.S. to find common ground on EVs, Freeland says

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — There's plenty of room and lots of good reasons for Canada and the United States to find common ground on tax credits for electric vehicles, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said Wednesday on the eve of a key meeting bet
New Nunavut premier: P.J. Akeeagok to focus on child care, housing, mental health

New Nunavut premier: P.J. Akeeagok to focus on child care, housing, mental health

IQALUIT — Members of Nunavut's legislative assembly have chosen the territory's next leader in a secret ballot. P.J. Akeeagok will be the new premier of the territory of about 40,000 people. He is to be sworn into the job on Friday.