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Police divers recover body of Quebec infant missing in river since car crash Friday

Police divers recover body of Quebec infant missing in river since car crash Friday

MONTREAL — Police in the Montreal suburb of Laval found the body on Monday of a month-old infant who had been missing since the car his mother was driving crashed into a river Friday.
What is the Emergencies Act, and what special powers did Ottawa invoke last winter?

What is the Emergencies Act, and what special powers did Ottawa invoke last winter?

OTTAWA — A massive public inquiry is underway to determine whether the federal government was justified in its invocation of the Emergencies Act last winter during the "Freedom Convoy" protests.
'Money for free': Critics warn proposed Alberta well cleanup plan a royalty giveaway

'Money for free': Critics warn proposed Alberta well cleanup plan a royalty giveaway

EDMONTON — Critics fear Alberta's new United Conservative premier is preparing to bring in a program that would use billions of dollars in taxpayer-funded royalty breaks to subsidize energy companies to fulfil their legal duty and clean up old wells.
Sloly Emergencies Act testimony continues, food costs survey: In The News for Oct. 31

Sloly Emergencies Act testimony continues, food costs survey: In The News for Oct. 31

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 Oct. 31 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Exiting B.C. Premier Horgan says he learned to listen, but fuse still burns bright

Exiting B.C. Premier Horgan says he learned to listen, but fuse still burns bright

VICTORIA — John Horgan says some of the greatest lessons he learned while premier of British Columbia came from people considered political adversaries. He said he found ways to work with people of all political stripes, including former B.C.
Survey suggests 20 per cent of Canadians skipping meals to cut down on food costs

Survey suggests 20 per cent of Canadians skipping meals to cut down on food costs

SASKATOON — Laurie O'Connor says more people in Saskatoon are struggling to get food for themselves and their families as prices in grocery stores rise out of reach.
Canadian among injured in crowd surge that killed more than 150 in South Korea

Canadian among injured in crowd surge that killed more than 150 in South Korea

A Canadian was among those injured in a crowd surge that killed more than 150 people in Seoul, South Korea, Global Affairs confirmed Sunday, while Korean Canadians said they were shocked by the disaster.
Vigil outside burned northern Manitoba home mourns loss of four kids

Vigil outside burned northern Manitoba home mourns loss of four kids

THOMPSON, Man.
Search to resume Monday for baby missing in river near Laval, Que. since Friday eve

Search to resume Monday for baby missing in river near Laval, Que. since Friday eve

MONTREAL — Police say the search for a one-month old baby missing in the river near Laval, Que. will resume Monday. The baby was in a vehicle with his mother and four-year-old sister when it plunged into the Mille Îles river shortly before 5 p.m.
Emergencies Act inquiry to hear from 'Freedom Convoy' protest organizers this week

Emergencies Act inquiry to hear from 'Freedom Convoy' protest organizers this week

OTTAWA — It was a scene of chaos and confusion in the upper tiers of the police service and local government when a convoy of big rigs and protesters arrived in Ottawa to demand an end to pandemic restrictions last winter.