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Canada-U.S. deal on migration will limit safe options for asylum seekers: advocates

Canada-U.S. deal on migration will limit safe options for asylum seekers: advocates

WASHINGTON — Closing the northern U.S. border to asylum seekers bound for Canada solves a political problem for Justin Trudeau, but immigration advocates denounced it Friday as a "shameful" decision that will only endanger lives.
Biden and Trudeau focus meetings on continental security, climate change

Biden and Trudeau focus meetings on continental security, climate change

OTTAWA — President Joe Biden evoked memories of John F. Kennedy and the final frontier in an address to Parliament on Friday that promised Canada and the U.S.
In Dong's riding, residents want answers on interference but no 'rush' to judge

In Dong's riding, residents want answers on interference but no 'rush' to judge

TORONTO — In Han Dong's Toronto riding on Friday, residents voiced hope that the truth would emerge about China's alleged interference in Canadian elections, but warned against condemning their newly Independent MP before the facts are clear.
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau introduces FLOTUS to curling during first lady's visit

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau introduces FLOTUS to curling during first lady's visit

OTTAWA — The first lady of the United States got a sweeping introduction to Canadian sports culture in Ottawa Friday as Sophie Grégoire Trudeau took Jill Biden to the curling rink for her first trip to Ottawa.
Police say it's 'improbable' there are more than seven victims of Old Montreal fire

Police say it's 'improbable' there are more than seven victims of Old Montreal fire

Montreal police said Friday they didn't think they would find more than seven bodies in the rubble of an Old Montreal building that caught fire eight days ago.
Departments didn't consistently follow rules with McKinsey contracts: Treasury Board

Departments didn't consistently follow rules with McKinsey contracts: Treasury Board

OTTAWA — Internal audits of contracts with McKinsey & Company show federal government departments did not consistently follow certain administrative rules and procedures, the Treasury Board said Friday.
Carob drink recalled because it could permit growth of botulism bacteria

Carob drink recalled because it could permit growth of botulism bacteria

A recall has been issued for Nuba brand Carob drink due to a potential bacteria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the product could permit the growth of Clostridium botulinum, the bacteria that creates the botulism toxin.
In The News for March 24 : Will higher alcohol prices prompt Canadians to go dry?

In The News for March 24 : Will higher alcohol prices prompt Canadians to go dry?

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 March 24 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Norad, Haiti, migration, critical minerals to top agenda for Trudeau and Biden

Norad, Haiti, migration, critical minerals to top agenda for Trudeau and Biden

WASHINGTON — U.S.
Changing salmon hatchery release practices can improve survival rates: B.C. study

Changing salmon hatchery release practices can improve survival rates: B.C. study

A first-of-its kind study in British Columbia suggests salmon hatcheries could improve survival rates by optimizing the weight of the juvenile fish and the timing of their release.