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Alberta halts coal exploration in mountains while consultations continue

Alberta halts coal exploration in mountains while consultations continue

EDMONTON — The Alberta government has bowed to public pressure and paused coal exploration in the most sensitive areas of the Rocky Mountains while it continues to gather public feedback about mines.
Nunavut MP apologizes for comments about fellow politician's Inuk identity

Nunavut MP apologizes for comments about fellow politician's Inuk identity

IQALUIT, Nunavut — The member of Parliament for Nunavut has apologized for comments she made demanding a fellow politician prove her Inuk identity.
Yukon Liberals sworn in as former health minister launches legal challenge

Yukon Liberals sworn in as former health minister launches legal challenge

WHITEHORSE — Members of the Yukon Liberals were sworn in Friday as the party's former health minister launched a legal challenge after losing her seat.
Canada secures millions of vaccine booster shots from Pfizer for future: Trudeau

Canada secures millions of vaccine booster shots from Pfizer for future: Trudeau

Canada has secured tens of millions of COVID-19 booster doses to contain the virus in the years ahead, and a new federal forecast is offering hope that summer could bring a reprieve from lockdown restrictions if 75 per cent of Canadians get their sho
Supreme Court affirms American Indigenous man's right to hunt in Canada

Supreme Court affirms American Indigenous man's right to hunt in Canada

OTTAWA — An American Indigenous man has a constitutionally protected right to hunt in British Columbia given his people's historic ties to the region, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Quebec adds $223 million to fight domestic violence after spate of killings this year

Quebec adds $223 million to fight domestic violence after spate of killings this year

MONTREAL — The Quebec government on Friday announced a $223-million investment over five years in the fight against domestic violence, following a notable spike in femicides this year.
No reason to fear doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine provided by U.S., Trudeau says

No reason to fear doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine provided by U.S., Trudeau says

WASHINGTON — Canadians have nothing to fear from Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine doses made in the United States, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday as he rolled up his sleeve to set an example for the country.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says restricting travel from India, Pakistan necessary

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says restricting travel from India, Pakistan necessary

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says suspending incoming passenger flights from India and Pakistan for the next month must be done to keep Canadians safe.
Alberta to release update on coal survey; discuss consultation process

Alberta to release update on coal survey; discuss consultation process

EDMONTON — The Alberta government says it will release an update today about a recently concluded online survey on coal mining in the Rocky Mountains.
Here are the key players in the military's sexual misconduct scandal

Here are the key players in the military's sexual misconduct scandal

OTTAWA — Two House of Commons committees continue to probe the Liberal government's handling of sexual misconduct allegations against senior military officers. Here are the key players involved in the scandal: Gen.