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Chinese president warns Trudeau, charges that he 'leaked' details of talk to media

Chinese president warns Trudeau, charges that he 'leaked' details of talk to media

BADUNG, Indonesia — Chinese President Xi Jinping confronted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday, accusing him of harming diplomatic relations by sharing details with the media about their meeting and then warning him in untranslated remarks th
Federal government seeking feedback on promised school food policy as inflation rises

Federal government seeking feedback on promised school food policy as inflation rises

OTTAWA — The federal government is looking to make good on its promise to implement a national school food policy, starting with getting feedback from Canadians.
Ex-PQ leader and sex offender André Boisclair refused therapy in jail, denied parole

Ex-PQ leader and sex offender André Boisclair refused therapy in jail, denied parole

MONTREAL — Former Parti Québécois leader André Boisclair has been denied release from jail in a decision issued this week, his first chance at parole after serving one-sixth of his sentence for sex crimes against two young men.
Canada adds new sanctions against Iran as crackdown on protests continues

Canada adds new sanctions against Iran as crackdown on protests continues

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly has announced a fifth package of economic sanctions against Iran as the country continues its crackdown on human-rights protesters.
Trudeau extends Ukraine military training, Poland says no signs of 'intentional' hit

Trudeau extends Ukraine military training, Poland says no signs of 'intentional' hit

NUSA DUA, Indonesia — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is extending Canada's training mission of Ukrainian soldiers after reports that a missile killed two people in Poland on Tuesday, though world leaders are urging calm as early findings suggest it wa
National emergency alert test set to take place Wednesday

National emergency alert test set to take place Wednesday

TORONTO — A Canada-wide test of the national emergency alert system is set to take place today. Canadians can expect test alert messages over television, radio, and compatible wireless devices, including cellphones, at 1:55 p.m.
G20 leaders end summit with pledges aligned with Trudeau government's agenda

G20 leaders end summit with pledges aligned with Trudeau government's agenda

NUSA DUA, Indonesia — The world's largest economies closed the G20 summit on Wednesday with strong condemnation of Russia and a pledge to deepen collaboration aimed at preventing another pandemic.
Montreal launches biodiversity pledge for cities ahead of United Nations conference

Montreal launches biodiversity pledge for cities ahead of United Nations conference

Montreal's mayor is launching a challenge to other cities to commit to protecting biodiversity as it prepares to host a major United Nations conference next month.
In The News for Nov. 16: Will Canada's inflation rate climb even higher?

In The News for Nov. 16: Will Canada's inflation rate climb even higher?

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. 16 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Canadians divided on Ottawa's plan to admit more immigrants: poll

Canadians divided on Ottawa's plan to admit more immigrants: poll

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests the vast majority of Canadians are worried about how the federal Liberal government's plan to dramatically increase immigration levels over the next few years will affect housing and government services.