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Environment minister says emissions cap on oil and gas expected by end of 2023

Environment minister says emissions cap on oil and gas expected by end of 2023

OTTAWA — A cap on greenhouse gas emissions from Canada's oil and gas sector will be ready by the end of next year, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Monday.
MPs to review Canada's extradition system in coming justice committee hearings

MPs to review Canada's extradition system in coming justice committee hearings

OTTAWA — The House of Commons justice committee is getting set to review Canada's extradition system — a move welcomed by critics who have long called for reforms to the process for sending people to face incarceration and prosecution abroad.
Health Canada importing more kids' pain and fever meds to restock store shelves

Health Canada importing more kids' pain and fever meds to restock store shelves

TORONTO — A foreign supply of children's pain and fever medication should land on Canadian retail shelves in the coming weeks, Health Canada said Monday.
RCMP arrest Hydro-Québec employee allegedly sending secrets to China

RCMP arrest Hydro-Québec employee allegedly sending secrets to China

MONTREAL — A Montreal-area Hydro-Québec employee is being charged with espionage after allegedly providing trade secrets to China "to the detriment of Canada's economic interests," the RCMP said Monday.
Federal government formally bans top echelons of Iranian regime from entering Canada

Federal government formally bans top echelons of Iranian regime from entering Canada

OTTAWA — The federal government has formally banned the top echelons of the Iranian regime from Canada, with a new, rarely used designation now in place that allows border agents to deny foreigners access to the country.
New Democrats call for independent review of government's COVID-19 response

New Democrats call for independent review of government's COVID-19 response

OTTAWA — It's time for Canadians to find out how well the federal government handled COVID-19 with a public inquiry into Canada's pandemic response, the NDP says.
Liberals mum on chance of meeting China's Xi at G20, push to further isolate Russia

Liberals mum on chance of meeting China's Xi at G20, push to further isolate Russia

BALI, INDONESIA — The federal government won't say whether it asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is pressuring G20 leaders to further isolate Russia.
Trudeau arrives at G20 after pledging support at ASEAN : In The News for Nov. 14

Trudeau arrives at G20 after pledging support at ASEAN : In The News for Nov. 14

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 Nov. 14 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Methane emissions underestimated, a growing number of reports suggest

Methane emissions underestimated, a growing number of reports suggest

As the federal government moves to tighten regulations on methane emissions, new assessments suggest the amount of the potent greenhouse gas escaping into the atmosphere has been significantly underestimated.
B.C. flood recovery tempered by fears of new climate disasters looming on horizon

B.C. flood recovery tempered by fears of new climate disasters looming on horizon

VICTORIA — When a dike was breached and floodwaters started to flow across British Columbia's Sumas Prairie a year ago, poultry farmer Corry Spitters said all he could do was let nature take its course.