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Trudeau in New York next week to talk climate, development at UN General Assembly

Trudeau in New York next week to talk climate, development at UN General Assembly

WASHINGTON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will travel to New York next week to take part in the 78th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. The Prime Minister's Office confirmed today that Trudeau will be at the UN Sept.
Twin polls suggest slim majority of Albertans support oil and gas emissions cap

Twin polls suggest slim majority of Albertans support oil and gas emissions cap

EDMONTON — Most Albertans would support some kind of national cap on carbon emissions from the oil and gas sector, two new polls suggest.
In the news today: Social media evidence focus as 'Freedom Convoy' trial continues

In the news today: Social media evidence focus as 'Freedom Convoy' trial continues

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Montreal dockworkers union says changes made to hiring list criticized as nepotistic

Montreal dockworkers union says changes made to hiring list criticized as nepotistic

MONTREAL — The union representing dockworkers at the Port of Montreal says it has ended a long-standing hiring practice that has been criticized for fostering nepotism — to the point where workers' preschool offspring were placed on a list of potenti
'Needle in a haystack': Experts say finding daycare E. coli outbreak source complex

'Needle in a haystack': Experts say finding daycare E. coli outbreak source complex

CALGARY — Public health investigators and scientists in Alberta are working like detectives — interviewing people, gathering evidence and waiting for lab test results — to find out what caused a massive E. coli outbreak at several daycares.
Police say another Sikh student attacked on bus in Kelowna, B.C.

Police say another Sikh student attacked on bus in Kelowna, B.C.

KELOWNA, B.C. — Police say a Sikh high school student in Kelowna, B.C., was pepper sprayed after an "altercation" on a bus on Monday, in the second instance of violence against a Sikh youth riding public transit in the city this year.
B.C. facing wildfires through fall after hot, dry summer

B.C. facing wildfires through fall after hot, dry summer

VANCOUVER — Wildfire behaviour in British Columbia received a late-summer boost from higher than normal temperatures and lower than normal rainfall, especially in the north, and provincial officials say dry conditions are expected well into the fall.
Man walked naked out of shower, found Mountie in his bedroom: lawsuit

Man walked naked out of shower, found Mountie in his bedroom: lawsuit

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia man who is suing the RCMP claims he walked naked out of his shower to find a female uniformed Mountie standing in his bedroom.
Ibrahim Ali trial: DNA from cigarette matched samples from girl's body, court is told

Ibrahim Ali trial: DNA from cigarette matched samples from girl's body, court is told

VANCOUVER — An RCMP expert testifying at Ibrahim Ali's murder trial said the first DNA evidence linking the accused to the killing of a 13-year-old girl in Burnaby, B.C., came from a discarded cigarette butt.
BC United loses MLA as Abbotsford South's Bruce Banman bolts to Conservatives

BC United loses MLA as Abbotsford South's Bruce Banman bolts to Conservatives

VICTORIA — The political landscape in British Columbia shifted slightly Wednesday with the defection of an Opposition BC United caucus member to the provincial Conservatives, who will now have two members in the legislature.