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Trudeau heads to Warsaw, Charest to join leadership race: In The News for March 10

Trudeau heads to Warsaw, Charest to join leadership race: In The News for March 10

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 March 10 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'Important to help each other': Canadians to welcome Ukrainian relatives, refugees

'Important to help each other': Canadians to welcome Ukrainian relatives, refugees

Olga Renneberg’s mother arrived in Canada this week with nothing but a backpack with her essentials and the clothes she was wearing.
GiveSendGo tells court it is refunding convoy donations amid freezing order

GiveSendGo tells court it is refunding convoy donations amid freezing order

OTTAWA — Lawyers for a proposed class-action lawsuit against the convoy protest in Ottawa argued in court Wednesday that GiveSendGo may be in breach of a freezing order on funds raised for the convoy on the website.
'Devastated': Trucker in Humboldt Broncos bus crash faces deportation after ruling

'Devastated': Trucker in Humboldt Broncos bus crash faces deportation after ruling

CALGARY — The Canada Border Services Agency has rejected a request from the former truck driver who caused the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash that he be allowed to stay in Canada once his prison sentence has been served.
Some Tories want tougher stand on Bill 21. Will that happen during leadership race?

Some Tories want tougher stand on Bill 21. Will that happen during leadership race?

OTTAWA — Organizations representing Sikhs and Muslims in Canada say they want Conservative leadership hopefuls to take a strong stand against Quebec's controversial secularism law.
Panel calls for urgent action on safer drug supply in B.C. to prevent overdoses

Panel calls for urgent action on safer drug supply in B.C. to prevent overdoses

VICTORIA — A report into an investigation of 6,007 overdose deaths in British Columbia calls on the province to urgently develop a policy to distribute a safer supply of drugs and offer better health supports with a plan that would see action taken o
Canada urged to help as millions face starvation due to Russian invasion of Ukraine

Canada urged to help as millions face starvation due to Russian invasion of Ukraine

OTTAWA — The UN World Food Program has warned that millions of people in the developing world and conflict zones are on the brink of starvation following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, one of the world's biggest wheat exporters.
Canada can help Europe turn to renewables instead of Russian oil: Guilbeault

Canada can help Europe turn to renewables instead of Russian oil: Guilbeault

OTTAWA — Canada cannot realistically help Europe replace its Russian oil imports with Canadian crude or natural gas, but it can and is looking at ways to export renewable energy like hydrogen, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Wednesday.
Guilbeault touts coming green bond, as experts stress need to choose projects wisely

Guilbeault touts coming green bond, as experts stress need to choose projects wisely

OTTAWA — Canada's environment minister says investors will soon get to purchase a new government bond aimed at financing green projects, which will be selected under guidelines that experts warn could pose potential issues for would-be buyers.
Rogers suggests Canada ban all sanctioned Russian broadcasters, not just RT

Rogers suggests Canada ban all sanctioned Russian broadcasters, not just RT

OTTAWA — Communications giant Rogers has suggested that Canada ban all Kremlin-controlled Russian broadcasters, as well as channels owned by sanctioned Russian individuals.