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Quebec children under 14 to be banned from working most jobs

Quebec children under 14 to be banned from working most jobs

QUEBEC — The Quebec government has tabled a bill that would prevent children under the age of 14 from working most jobs.
A look at the 22 Nova Scotians killed in Canada's worst mass shooting

A look at the 22 Nova Scotians killed in Canada's worst mass shooting

TRURO, N.S. — The victims in Canada's worst mass shooting included an RCMP officer, a teacher, health-care workers, retirees, neighbours of the shooter and two correctional officers killed in their home.
Manslaughter charge laid in relation to April 2022 Yukon overdose death

Manslaughter charge laid in relation to April 2022 Yukon overdose death

WHITEHORSE — A Yukon man has been charged with manslaughter in an opioid overdose death last year. Police say the charge is the first of its kind in the territory, which had Canada's highest per-capita death rate from illicit toxic drugs in 2022.
Professors end strike at Quebec's Université Laval, approve conciliator deal

Professors end strike at Quebec's Université Laval, approve conciliator deal

QUEBEC — Professors at Université Laval in Quebec City have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a deal brokered by a conciliator, putting an end to their indefinite general strike.
'It's going to take the community': Yukon faces Canada's worst toxic drug death rate

'It's going to take the community': Yukon faces Canada's worst toxic drug death rate

"Even if we could change the lives of some people in terms of maybe some of their use, I think that would make a world of difference."
Responding to Indigenous, Vatican rejects Discovery Doctrine

Responding to Indigenous, Vatican rejects Discovery Doctrine

The statement, from the Vatican’s development and education offices, said it was right to “recognize these errors,” acknowledge the terrible effects of colonial-era assimilation policies on Indigenous peoples and ask for their forgiveness.
In The News for March 30 : Automatic tax filing on the way for Canadians

In The News for March 30 : Automatic tax filing on the way for Canadians

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 30 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Regulator defends finding that Alberta's largest earthquake was caused by oilpatch

Regulator defends finding that Alberta's largest earthquake was caused by oilpatch

EDMONTON — Alberta's energy regulator has defended its finding that the province's largest recorded earthquake was caused by oilpatch activity, saying the pattern of temblors since last fall clearly points to a water disposal well even though there's
Five things to know about Canada's electricity overhaul as budget spurs clean tech

Five things to know about Canada's electricity overhaul as budget spurs clean tech

OTTAWA — Clean electricity was one of the stars of Tuesday's federal budget, with almost $1 in every $8 of new spending the budget anticipates in the next five years targeting Canada's electricity dreams.
RCMP arrest five people near natural gas pipeline construction site in northern B.C.

RCMP arrest five people near natural gas pipeline construction site in northern B.C.

The RCMP say five people have been arrested at two camps in the area where a disputed natural gas pipeline is under construction in northwestern British Columbia.