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Should governments legislate 'bubble zones' around places of worship? Some say yes

Should governments legislate 'bubble zones' around places of worship? Some say yes

Police across Canada have been reporting an increase in hate crimes at synagogues, Jewish community centres, schools and mosques since the beginning of the Israel-Hamas war.
Canada sanctions 13 more Russians for role in Navalny's imprisonment and death

Canada sanctions 13 more Russians for role in Navalny's imprisonment and death

OTTAWA — Canada has sanctioned 13 more Russians, targeting officials who played a role in the poisoning, imprisonment and death of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Bloc MPs will 'pay the price' for any involvement in foreign meddling, Blanchet says

Bloc MPs will 'pay the price' for any involvement in foreign meddling, Blanchet says

OTTAWA — Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet says any member of his caucus implicated in foreign interference will "pay the price" for their actions.
McGill University ending negotiations with pro-Palestinian encampment on its campus

McGill University ending negotiations with pro-Palestinian encampment on its campus

MONTREAL — McGill University announced Tuesday it is ending negotiations with pro-Palestinian activists who have occupied the lower field of its downtown Montreal campus since late April.
Panel to review water main break forcing Calgary to conserve water

Panel to review water main break forcing Calgary to conserve water

CALGARY — The City of Calgary says a panel will review why a massive water main ruptured two weeks ago, while experts say the extended water conservation crisis should be a nationwide wake-up call.
Heat wave or heat dome? Weather experts don't agree on the definitions

Heat wave or heat dome? Weather experts don't agree on the definitions

The term heat dome — like heat wave — doesn't appear in Environment Canada's glossary.
Future Poilievre government would maintain support for 'anti-scab' law, office says

Future Poilievre government would maintain support for 'anti-scab' law, office says

OTTAWA — A future Conservative government would continue to support a ban on the use of replacement workers at federally regulated workplaces during a strike, leader Pierre Poilievre's office said Tuesday.
Fort Good Hope residents remain out as wildfire grows in Northwest Territories

Fort Good Hope residents remain out as wildfire grows in Northwest Territories

FORT GOOD HOPE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES — A wildfire that forced the evacuation of Fort Good Hope in the Northwest Territories continues to grow but has not destroyed any structures.
Federal banking regulator OSFI keeps domestic stability buffer on hold at 3.5%

Federal banking regulator OSFI keeps domestic stability buffer on hold at 3.5%

OTTAWA — The federal banking regulator is keeping its domestic stability buffer on hold as it says financial system vulnerabilities remain elevated but stable, while near-term risks continue to be low despite some recent increase.
'Stupid' or 'unethical': Green leader suggests MPs should have asked more questions

'Stupid' or 'unethical': Green leader suggests MPs should have asked more questions

OTTAWA — Current members of Parliament identified in a secret report on foreign interference should have asked more questions when being approached by outsiders, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May said Monday.