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'Slap in the face': Freeland's Disney Plus comment made her a villain, records show

'Slap in the face': Freeland's Disney Plus comment made her a villain, records show

OTTAWA — Once upon a time, Chrystia Freeland attempted to relate to Canadians' cost-of-living concerns with a personal anecdote — and it didn't produce a fairy-tale ending.
With no deal with feds in hand, union says federal workers will strike

With no deal with feds in hand, union says federal workers will strike

OTTAWA — Canada's largest federal public-service union says that some 155,000 workers will go on strike across the country after talks with the government failed to produce an agreement before a Tuesday night deadline.
Here's what the looming public-service strike would look like for hybrid workers

Here's what the looming public-service strike would look like for hybrid workers

OTTAWA — Canada's federal public servants will need to show up at the picket line for four hours each day — even if their union has been trying to negotiate permanent work-from-home arrangements with the government.
Officer testifies at B.C. inquest into man's death after police beating

Officer testifies at B.C. inquest into man's death after police beating

BURNABY, B.C. — The first Vancouver police officer to interact with Myles Gray in an altercation that ended in his death told a British Columbia coroner's inquest that she feared for her safety and called for backup. Const.
CP NewsAlert: With no deal with feds in hand, union says federal workers will strike

CP NewsAlert: With no deal with feds in hand, union says federal workers will strike

OTTAWA — Canada's largest federal public-service union says that some 155,000 workers will go on strike after talks with the government failed to produce an agreement before its 9 p.m. ET deadline. -- More coming -- The Canadian Press
Saskatchewan minister asks man guilty of domestic assault to return service medal

Saskatchewan minister asks man guilty of domestic assault to return service medal

REGINA — A Saskatchewan cabinet minister has apologized aftera public service medal was given to a man who pleaded guilty to domestic assault, but the Opposition New Democrats say it shows a pattern of the provincial government not taking intimate pa
B.C. mom whose son was killed urges people to call police, not film violence

B.C. mom whose son was killed urges people to call police, not film violence

VANCOUVER — The mother of a teenager stabbed to death on a transit bus in Surrey, B.C., says she hopes her son's death will bring change.
Alberta premier rolls back part of government's media question restriction policy

Alberta premier rolls back part of government's media question restriction policy

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is reversing part of her government’s new media question restriction policy but says she will continue to limit queries in order to provide more answers.
Group crossing border called 911 suffering from cold, Minnesota sheriff says

Group crossing border called 911 suffering from cold, Minnesota sheriff says

ROSEAU, Minn. — Nine people were detained and one was missing after trying to walk across the Canada-United States border in the early hours of Tuesday morning, a Minnesota sheriff says.
Thousands of Canadians missed out on federal housing and dental benefits: report

Thousands of Canadians missed out on federal housing and dental benefits: report

OTTAWA — A new report says hundreds of thousands of Canadians may have missed out on government money intended to help with the rising cost of living because the housing and dental benefits rolled out last year have had "atrocious" take-up.