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Political spin on election interference helps China undermine democracies: Trudeau

Political spin on election interference helps China undermine democracies: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Members of Parliament who put a political spin on foreign election interference are helping China undermine Canadians' confidence in their democracy, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Trudeau says best way to close Roxham Road is to renegotiate refugee deal with U.S.

Trudeau says best way to close Roxham Road is to renegotiate refugee deal with U.S.

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there are no simple solutions to shutting down a rural road in southern Quebec used by thousands of asylum seekers to cross irregularly into Canada.
Chief Poundmaker's pipe, saddle bag returned from Royal Ontario Museum to family

Chief Poundmaker's pipe, saddle bag returned from Royal Ontario Museum to family

TORONTO — Century old artifacts belonging to a 19th century Plains Cree chief who was known as a peacekeeper were returned to his descendants in a repatriation ceremony at the Royal Ontario Museum.
NDP MP urges feds to create 'Red Dress Alert' for missing Indigenous women

NDP MP urges feds to create 'Red Dress Alert' for missing Indigenous women

Ottawa should establish a system that would send the public a phone notification when an Indigenous woman goes missing to ensure that their disappearances stop being "normalized," says an NDP member of Parliament.
Ahead of energy talks, Quebec premier says open to paying N.L. more for electricity

Ahead of energy talks, Quebec premier says open to paying N.L. more for electricity

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Quebec Premier François Legault says he is ready to make "adjustments" to the Churchill Falls energy agreement between his province and Newfoundland and Labrador ahead of the official end to the contract in 2041.
Ukrainian Canadian organizations call for Canadians' support as war carries on

Ukrainian Canadian organizations call for Canadians' support as war carries on

TORONTO — Canadians donated $52 million for aid efforts in Ukraine last year and their continued support is needed, Ukrainian Canadian organizations said Wednesday as the conflict neared its one-year mark.
Quebec Premier Legault won't meet election promise to offer pre-kindergarten

Quebec Premier Legault won't meet election promise to offer pre-kindergarten

Quebec Premier François Legault is defending his government's failure to meet a key campaign promise to offer kindergarten classes beginning at four years old to all the province's children.
Ottawa revives Law Commission of Canada, announces hires for key roles

Ottawa revives Law Commission of Canada, announces hires for key roles

OTTAWA — The federal government is reviving an independent commission to offer advice to cabinet on reforming Canadian laws, and has announced its picks for key roles.
'Incredibly premature' to consider drug decriminalization, Alberta police chiefs say

'Incredibly premature' to consider drug decriminalization, Alberta police chiefs say

CALGARY — The Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police says it believes, based on research it commissioned, that it would be "incredibly premature" to think about decriminalizing drugs.
Inquiry into Nova Scotia mass shooting to release final report on March 30

Inquiry into Nova Scotia mass shooting to release final report on March 30

HALIFAX — The public inquiry that investigated the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia announced today it will release its final report on March 30.