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Online streaming bill covers streaming giants, promotes Canadian content

Online streaming bill covers streaming giants, promotes Canadian content

OTTAWA — The Liberal government has revived a bill subjecting streaming companies, such as Netflix, to the same rules as traditional Canadian broadcasters.
Canada talking to allies about 'options to reinforce' eastern Europe: Anita Anand

Canada talking to allies about 'options to reinforce' eastern Europe: Anita Anand

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Anita Anand says the government believes in the importance of bolstering NATO’s eastern flank in response to Russia’s military buildup, and that discussions are underway around reinforcing Canada's support in eastern Europe.
Erin O'Toole is out as Conservative leader -- a look at some potential replacements

Erin O'Toole is out as Conservative leader -- a look at some potential replacements

OTTAWA — Erin O'Toole has been voted out as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
Quick Quotes: Reactions to Erin O'Toole voted out as federal Conservative leader

Quick Quotes: Reactions to Erin O'Toole voted out as federal Conservative leader

OTTAWA — Erin O'Toole was ousted as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada on Wednesday. Here is what some politicians and others had to say: "This country needs a Conservative party that is both an intellectual force and governing force.
Images from Quebec high school homework assignment called out as racist

Images from Quebec high school homework assignment called out as racist

MONTREAL — A homework assignment distributed to high school students on Montreal's south shore is being called racist because it asks them to describe two "gangsters" who resemble racialized people.
Manitoba RCMP in Toronto to track path migrant family took before dying at border

Manitoba RCMP in Toronto to track path migrant family took before dying at border

WINNIPEG — Investigators with Manitoba RCMP are in Toronto tracking tips and information related to an Indian migrant family who froze to death last month near the Canada-U. S. border.
Quebec bill would require some conjugal violence offenders to wear tracking bracelets

Quebec bill would require some conjugal violence offenders to wear tracking bracelets

Quebec Public Security Minister Geneviève Guilbault has introduced a bill that would require some domestic violence offenders to wear electronic tracking bracelets.
'Hold tight. We're here': Constables recall helping Calgary officer after hit and run

'Hold tight. We're here': Constables recall helping Calgary officer after hit and run

CALGARY — A police constable became emotional Wednesday as he described to a murder trial how he knelt down and comforted a fellow officer lying on a road after a car hit him following a hit and run. Sgt.
Three coaches at Montreal high school arrested following sexual assault investigation

Three coaches at Montreal high school arrested following sexual assault investigation

Montreal police say three men who coached sports at a high school in the city's St-Laurent borough have been arrested in connection with a sex crimes investigation involving minors.

More provinces preparing to loosen COVID-19 restrictions in coming weeks

More provinces are loosening COVID-19 restrictions as hospitalizations in some parts of the country appear to plateau, but health officials caution that eased measures could lead to increased infections in the coming weeks.
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