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Canada sanctions Russian companies accused of shipping North Korea weapons to Ukraine

Canada sanctions Russian companies accused of shipping North Korea weapons to Ukraine

OTTAWA — Canada has again sanctioned Russians and companies it says are supporting Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Meta's news ban in Canada: screenshots win, local news loses, study shows

Meta's news ban in Canada: screenshots win, local news loses, study shows

OTTAWA — The time, money and effort Iain Burns put into growing an audience on Facebook for several local news outlets in British Columbia felt like it disappeared in a single day. Facebook pages for Now Media Group, which publishes news in B.C.
Flight PS752 victims' families say they're not sorry to hear of Iran president death

Flight PS752 victims' families say they're not sorry to hear of Iran president death

Members of a Canadian group representing families of those killed when Iranian officials shot down Flight PS752 in January 2020 say they are not sorry to hear of the death of Iran's president.
Trudeau making 'Team Canada' charm offensive in visit to Philadelphia

Trudeau making 'Team Canada' charm offensive in visit to Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Philadelphia today, on his first trip south of the border since his government launched a new "Team Canada" charm offensive in the United States.
In the news today: StatCan to release April inflation report today

In the news today: StatCan to release April inflation report today

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
System failing growing number of seniors who are homeless, need more support: report

System failing growing number of seniors who are homeless, need more support: report

A new report says shelters are not designed to meet the physical or mental health needs of the growing number of older adults who are homeless. Lead author Dr.
Quebec inmate injured in 'major assault' at Port-Cartier Institution

Quebec inmate injured in 'major assault' at Port-Cartier Institution

MONTREAL — Correctional Service Canada says an inmate has been injured in what it's calling a major assault at the Port-Cartier Institution located on Quebec's north shore.
Feds unveil national plan to tackle auto theft, including Criminal Code changes

Feds unveil national plan to tackle auto theft, including Criminal Code changes

Ramped-up intelligence sharing among police forces and a working group involving all levels of government are among the measures Ottawa unveiled Monday as part of a broader national strategy to combat auto theft.
Status of wildfire that threatened Fort McMurray changed to 'being held'

Status of wildfire that threatened Fort McMurray changed to 'being held'

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — A wildfire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several Fort McMurray neighbourhoods last week is no longer classified as out-of-control.
How to check the Air Quality Health Index and assess your health risks

How to check the Air Quality Health Index and assess your health risks

As we enter another wildfire season, Environment and Climate Change Canada is advising people to pay attention to air pollution levels and check the Air Quality Health Index – especially on smoky days.