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Resilient infrastructure, faster disaster recovery needed to adapt to climate change

Resilient infrastructure, faster disaster recovery needed to adapt to climate change

OTTAWA — Canada is built for a climate that no longer exists and we can either accept that and adapt or face the consequences of inaction, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Monday, as he kicked off public consultations on a national strateg
Alberta premier visits U.S. capital to talk North American energy security

Alberta premier visits U.S. capital to talk North American energy security

WASHINGTON — The Alberta government's all-out effort to become America's preferred provider of oil and gas will face a critical moment Tuesday as Premier Jason Kenney delivers his province's sales pitch to some of the most prominent members of the U.
Mother of Chantel Moore tells inquest about night N.B. police shot her daughter

Mother of Chantel Moore tells inquest about night N.B. police shot her daughter

FREDERICTON — The mother of an Indigenous woman shot by New Brunswick police in 2020 told a coroner's inquest Monday that less than two hours after she was awakened by an officer seeking her daughter's address to check on her safety, police returned
Canada prepared to send ships to European ports to help export Ukraine's wheat: Joly

Canada prepared to send ships to European ports to help export Ukraine's wheat: Joly

OTTAWA — Canada is poised to send cargo ships to ports in Romania and neighbouring countries to help Ukraine get its wheat to Africa and the Middle East, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly said Monday.
Métis leader calls for Queen to apologize for residential schools

Métis leader calls for Queen to apologize for residential schools

The president of the Métis National Council says the Queen should apologize for residential schools to help survivors and their families heal.
Military failing to remove barriers to diversifying ranks: ombudsman

Military failing to remove barriers to diversifying ranks: ombudsman

OTTAWA — Canada’s military ombudsman is joining the chorus of those accusing the Canadian Armed Forces and Defence Department of failing to address long-standing barriers to recruit and retain more women, visible minorities and Indigenous people.
Team leader critical of RCMP mental health support after Nova Scotia mass shooting

Team leader critical of RCMP mental health support after Nova Scotia mass shooting

HALIFAX — The RCMP's treatment of their tactical team in the days following the April 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia was characterized as “absolutely disgusting” Monday during testimony before the public inquiry examining the killings.
Feds moving forward on criminal case review body, want to 'get this right': Lametti

Feds moving forward on criminal case review body, want to 'get this right': Lametti

OTTAWA — Justice Minister David Lametti says Ottawa is weighing options for the design of a commission to review possible wrongful convictions, adding he is committed to getting the new body in place.
Ottawa's Terry Fox statue will move to make way for new parliamentary building

Ottawa's Terry Fox statue will move to make way for new parliamentary building

OTTAWA — The Terry Fox statue across from Parliament Hill will need to be moved to make way for a new building complex to house offices for MPs and senators.
Prince Charles to come face to face with 'woolly doppelgänger' on royal tour

Prince Charles to come face to face with 'woolly doppelgänger' on royal tour

The Prince of Wales is set to be greeted by a sheepish figure when he arrives in Canada on Tuesday: his own "woolly doppelgänger.