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Paul Bernardo's transfer to prison that treats sex offenders not unusual: professor

Paul Bernardo's transfer to prison that treats sex offenders not unusual: professor

Notorious serial killer Paul Bernardo's transfer to a medium-security prison that specializes in treating violent rapists almost three decades after his conviction is not unusual, says a Quebec criminology professor who studies sexual murderers.
Liberals accuse Tories of 'hijacking' Parliament after threatening to filibuster

Liberals accuse Tories of 'hijacking' Parliament after threatening to filibuster

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is threatening to use procedural tools to delay passage of the federal budget in the House of Commons if the Liberals don't meet his demands.
India among top actors for foreign interference in Canada: national security adviser

India among top actors for foreign interference in Canada: national security adviser

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's national security adviser says India is among the top sources of foreign interference in Canada, a public designation Ottawa has largely limited to authoritarian states.
B.C.'s Eby says Asia trade mission that omitted China helps prepare for 'the worst'

B.C.'s Eby says Asia trade mission that omitted China helps prepare for 'the worst'

British Columbia Premier David Eby is wrapping up an Asian trade mission that omitted China and instead focused on Japan, South Korea and Singapore, a move Eby said was to guard against "the worst" happening in the region.
China irresponsible over Taiwan Strait collision risk with Canada, U.S. ships: Anand

China irresponsible over Taiwan Strait collision risk with Canada, U.S. ships: Anand

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Anita Anand says Beijing acted irresponsibly on the weekend in the Taiwan Strait, where Washington says a Chinese warship forced a U.S. vessel to avoid a collision near a Canadian frigate.
Sudan crisis: Canada to match $5 million in donations

Sudan crisis: Canada to match $5 million in donations

Ottawa is matching donations to Canadian groups working to help people affected by the humanitarian crisis in Sudan.
Premiers need to keep talking about the health-care crisis: medical associations

Premiers need to keep talking about the health-care crisis: medical associations

OTTAWA — The Canadian Medical Association and 14 other organizations representing health workers are urging premiers to keep health care at the top of the agenda at their next meeting in July.
In The News for June 5, 2023: What will the PM have to say to wildfire evacuees?

In The News for June 5, 2023: What will the PM have to say to wildfire evacuees?

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 Monday, June 5, 2023 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Fire burned through memories, pieces of history, says owner of Nova Scotia daycare

Fire burned through memories, pieces of history, says owner of Nova Scotia daycare

The owner of a Nova Scotia daycare destroyed as recent wildfires ripped through the province says the flames consumed both her livelihood and a physical piece of twentieth-century history.
Watchdog's relations with spy community 'particularly strained' over last year

Watchdog's relations with spy community 'particularly strained' over last year

OTTAWA — Newly released documents say the intelligence community's relationship with its key watchdog has been particularly strained over the last year due to a "level of resistance" to scrutiny.