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Canadian government tells people stuck in Gaza they could leave 'as early as Sunday'

Canadian government tells people stuck in Gaza they could leave 'as early as Sunday'

OTTAWA — Global Affairs Canada has informed Canadians trapped in the Gaza Strip that they could be allowed out "as early as Sunday," as people with loved ones in the besieged Palestinian territory voiced frustration that Canadians remained off the ev
McGill says Quebec tuition hike threatens future of Schulich School of Music

McGill says Quebec tuition hike threatens future of Schulich School of Music

MONTREAL — McGill Symphony Orchestra artistic director and conductor Alexis Hauser says he's bracing for "catastrophe" if Quebec's plan to nearly double tuition for out-of-province students comes to fruition next fall.
Trudeau meets Biden in D.C. as leaders gather for Western Hemisphere trade summit

Trudeau meets Biden in D.C. as leaders gather for Western Hemisphere trade summit

WASHINGTON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met Friday with U.S. President Joe Biden on the margins of a mini-summit at the White House aimed at bolstering hemispheric trade and economic stability throughout the Western Hemisphere.
Judge rules some redacted police docs to be made evidence in 'Freedom Convoy' trial

Judge rules some redacted police docs to be made evidence in 'Freedom Convoy' trial

OTTAWA — The judge in the criminal trial of two "Freedom Convoy" organizers ruled on Friday that portions of redacted internal police documents should be admitted as evidence.
Quebec labour strikes begin Monday; 65K teachers to launch unlimited walkout Nov. 23

Quebec labour strikes begin Monday; 65K teachers to launch unlimited walkout Nov. 23

MONTREAL — About 65,000 Quebec teachers say they will launch an unlimited general strike on Nov. 23, as hundreds of thousands of other public sector workers are set to walk off the job on Monday in the first of a series of one-day strikes.
New Brunswick premier ends weeks of speculation, says he won't call election in 2023

New Brunswick premier ends weeks of speculation, says he won't call election in 2023

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs confirmed Friday he won't call an election in 2023, ending weeks of speculation that the governing Progressive Conservatives would go to the polls almost a year early.
In the news today: Trudeau visits Washington and Canadians could soon get out of Gaza

In the news today: Trudeau visits Washington and Canadians could soon get out of Gaza

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today... Trudeau to talk trade, migration in Washington Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in the U.S.
Judge orders Montreal suburb to compensate residents for excessive traffic noise

Judge orders Montreal suburb to compensate residents for excessive traffic noise

MONTREAL — A Montreal suburb has been ordered to pay thousands of dollars to around 300 residents who say they've suffered from years of unreasonable traffic noise.
Statistics Canada to release October jobs report this morning

Statistics Canada to release October jobs report this morning

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada is set to release its October labour force survey this morning. RBC says it expects the economy added a modest 15,000 jobs last month, and that the unemployment rate ticked higher to 5.6 per cent.
Nominee looks to future where it's 'not remarkable' women are majority on top court

Nominee looks to future where it's 'not remarkable' women are majority on top court

OTTAWA — While Mary Moreau's nomination to Canada's top court is history-making, she told members of Parliament and senators on Thursday that she looks forward to the day when it's not.