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Champagne says Canada only wants 'trusted' AI partners as Huawei decision looms

Champagne says Canada only wants 'trusted' AI partners as Huawei decision looms

OTTAWA — Canada only wants to deal with "trusted partners" in future artificial intelligence ventures, says a federal minister — a signal that the country's rejection of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei as a 5G provider is at hand.
Deja doc: Calgary surgeon saves 2 men with CPR, then performs their heart operations

Deja doc: Calgary surgeon saves 2 men with CPR, then performs their heart operations

CALGARY — Dr. Corey Adams should perhaps buy himself a superhero costume.
Canada must help Tigrayans in Ethiopia, call for transitional government: Advocates

Canada must help Tigrayans in Ethiopia, call for transitional government: Advocates

TORONTO — Advocates from the Tigrayan community in Canada are calling on Ottawa to open its embassy in Addis Ababa to their relatives, who are seeking protection amid an escalating conflict that is feared to have killed thousands.
Ottawa to protect habitat of endangered western chorus frog in Montreal suburb

Ottawa to protect habitat of endangered western chorus frog in Montreal suburb

MONTREAL — The federal government will intervene to preserve the habitat of an endangered frog south of Montreal, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Monday.
More than 19K Canadian lives ended than if pandemic never happened: Stats Can

More than 19K Canadian lives ended than if pandemic never happened: Stats Can

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says more than 19,000 Canadians lost their lives during COVID-19 than would have been expected had the pandemic never happened.
Federal leaders remember sacrifices, injustices endured by Indigenous veterans

Federal leaders remember sacrifices, injustices endured by Indigenous veterans

OTTAWA — Federal leaders marked the sacrifices of Indigenous veterans on Monday, as well as the discrimination they faced after returning from war.
Quebec seniors minister ill, won't appear at inquest into COVID long-term care deaths

Quebec seniors minister ill, won't appear at inquest into COVID long-term care deaths

MONTREAL — Quebec's seniors minister will not appear before a coroner's inquest investigating deaths in the long-term care system during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carleton brand mushrooms recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

OTTAWA — Carleton Mushroom is recalling some of its products due to possible Listeria contamination.
Open U.S. land border and flag moves: In The News for Nov. 8

Open U.S. land border and flag moves: In The News for Nov. 8

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 Nov. 8 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

The Burden: The toll of veterans' injuries on families and caregivers

OTTAWA — Christine Shepherd has been explaining her ongoing fight with Veterans Affairs Canada for about 20 minutes when her voice breaks and the tears start to flow.