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Course aims to fill gap by training therapists on needs of veterans, first responders

Course aims to fill gap by training therapists on needs of veterans, first responders

OTTAWA — It wasn't until psychologist number three that retired warrant officer Brian McKenna was able to find someone who, in his words, "had a clue.
Mass held near site of Quebec propane explosion as three remain missing

Mass held near site of Quebec propane explosion as three remain missing

Members of a grieving community north of Montreal gathered Sunday for a mass in solidarity with the families of three people who remained missing following a fire and explosion at a propane distribution company last week.
Military concerned by Canada's absence from American-British-Australian security pact

Military concerned by Canada's absence from American-British-Australian security pact

OTTAWA — There are concerns at the highest levels of the Canadian Armed Forces that this country won't have access to the same cutting-edge military technology as its closest allies because it is not part of a security pact between Australia, Britain
Public transit struggling to lure back riders amid deficits, rising costs of living

Public transit struggling to lure back riders amid deficits, rising costs of living

"Food and groceries are going up and if they keep increasing transit ... it's just not sustainable."
Year after death of Indian family at U.S. border, those left behind try to move on

Year after death of Indian family at U.S. border, those left behind try to move on

Baldev Patel cannot remember much of the last conversation he had with his son and, while the memories are fast fading, the hurt remains. Patel's son, 39-year-old Jagdish Baldevbhai Patel, was found dead along with his wife and two children on Jan.
Ranj Pillai officially sworn in as Yukon's 10th premier

Ranj Pillai officially sworn in as Yukon's 10th premier

WHITEHORSE — Yukon's newest premier promised to stay the course on Liberal government policies on Saturday as he formally took the reins of both his party and territory.
Quebec man recounts rescue attempt in propane explosion that left workers missing

Quebec man recounts rescue attempt in propane explosion that left workers missing

As a ceiling and wall collapsed on a woman desperately trying to flee the scene of an explosion at a Quebec propane distribution company, Éric Lizotte could only watch in horror. The resident of St-Roch-de-l'Achigan, Que.
Smith says she urged minister to consider whether COVID prosecutions could succeed

Smith says she urged minister to consider whether COVID prosecutions could succeed

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Danielle Smith has delivered a third version of what she discussed with justice officials over how to handle the prosecution of people charged with breaking COVID-19 health rules.
Albertans who regularly visit Moraine Lake say move to restrict vehicles was overdue

Albertans who regularly visit Moraine Lake say move to restrict vehicles was overdue

Some Albertans who regularly bike, climb, hike or take photographs at Moraine Lake in Banff National Park say a decision by Parks Canada to restrict personal vehicles on its access road was long overdue.
Academic troubled by MPs' refusal to share newsletters with researchers

Academic troubled by MPs' refusal to share newsletters with researchers

OTTAWA — While MPs send out newsletters to get the public's attention, many of them are refusing to share these taxpayer-funded mailouts with academics for research purposes.