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Climate, development, India top of mind as Trudeau arrives at UN General Assembly

Climate, development, India top of mind as Trudeau arrives at UN General Assembly

NEW YORK — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived Tuesday at the UN General Assembly with the planet at a climate crossroads — and Canada facing an ever more fraught relationship with the world's fastest-growing economy.
Events planned across Canada to counter upcoming anti-LGBTQ rallies

Events planned across Canada to counter upcoming anti-LGBTQ rallies

Protests and counter-protests for and against Canada's trans and LGBTQ community are being planned across Canada on Wednesday.
Hardeep Nijjar met CSIS every week before killing that Trudeau links to India: son

Hardeep Nijjar met CSIS every week before killing that Trudeau links to India: son

VANCOUVER — The son of Sikh community leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar says his father met regularly with Canadian intelligence officers in the months before he was shot dead in British Columbia last June, a killing that's been credibly linked to India, P
Sikh community 'reeling' on news of India interference in death: B.C.'s AG says

Sikh community 'reeling' on news of India interference in death: B.C.'s AG says

British Columbia's attorney general says the community is reeling over allegations India's government may be connected to the death of a Sikh leader in the province, but those on the inside say the allegations aren't a surprise.
Watchdog finds mismanagement, 'disturbing' lack of disclosure at Defence Department

Watchdog finds mismanagement, 'disturbing' lack of disclosure at Defence Department

OTTAWA — The Department of National Defence broke the federal whistleblower law by not being transparent about the results of investigations into wrongdoing, the federal integrity watchdog said in a report released Tuesday.
Canada told allies before sharing allegations about India over B.C. killing: Trudeau

Canada told allies before sharing allegations about India over B.C. killing: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed back Tuesday on India's denial of allegations that it played a role in the death of a Canadian citizen, which New Delhi blasted as "absurd and motivated.
Lawyer raises Jordan concerns in 'Freedom Convoy' case as delays drag on

Lawyer raises Jordan concerns in 'Freedom Convoy' case as delays drag on

Ottawa's manager of emergency services made repeated long walks away from the witness stand, past rows of spectators and into the hallway of the courthouse as his testimony in the trial of two "Freedom Convoy" organizers was halted over and over agai
Canada signs $3B nuclear deal with Romania, as Europe aims to wean off Russian energy

Canada signs $3B nuclear deal with Romania, as Europe aims to wean off Russian energy

OTTAWA — Canada and Romania signed a $3-billion export development deal Tuesday that will see two new nuclear reactors built in the eastern European country, in a move that both governments' energy ministers say will make it harder for Russia to use
Civil liberties, justice reform groups troubled by House's fast-tracking of bail bill

Civil liberties, justice reform groups troubled by House's fast-tracking of bail bill

OTTAWA — Canada's justice minister is defending a decision to allow the fast-tracking of the Liberals' bail-reform bill, as leading civil society groups and criminal lawyers express concerns about a lack of oversight.
Randy Hillier back in court seeking location change for 'Freedom Convoy' jury trial

Randy Hillier back in court seeking location change for 'Freedom Convoy' jury trial

OTTAWA — Former Ontario MPP Randy Hillier, who is facing charges in connection with last year's "Freedom Convoy," is seeking for a second time to move his jury trial away from Ottawa.