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Montreal-area city running out of options to control population of white-tailed deer

Montreal-area city running out of options to control population of white-tailed deer

MONTREAL — An animal-rescue group is trying to save a population of white-tailed deer that has outgrown a Montreal-area park, but even the head of an veterinary ethics committee says doing anything other than euthanizing the animals is unrealistic.
Trudeau says Ottawa withholding health-care transfers to N.B. over abortion access

Trudeau says Ottawa withholding health-care transfers to N.B. over abortion access

MONCTON, N.B. — New Brunswick is failing to live up to its obligations under the Canada Health Act because it continues to make it difficult for women to access abortions, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday.
Manitoba RCMP have spent years investigating abuse allegations at residential school

Manitoba RCMP have spent years investigating abuse allegations at residential school

WINNIPEG — A residential school in Manitoba known for harsh discipline and fatal runaway attempts has been the focus of a large-scale, years-long investigation into sexual abuse allegations.
Only 0.5 per cent of COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated Canadians: Trudeau

Only 0.5 per cent of COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated Canadians: Trudeau

MONCTON, N.B. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is urging Canadians who still have not got a COVID-19 vaccine to roll up their sleeves, saying that the overwhelming majority of cases are in people who haven't received their two shots. Only 0.
Canadian border workers vote in favour of striking as soon as Aug. 6, union says

Canadian border workers vote in favour of striking as soon as Aug. 6, union says

Canadians could be facing mail disruptions and slowdowns at the border with the United States next month after members of a union representing about 9,000 Canadian Border Service Agency employees voted in favour of striking, jeopardizing the federal
Trudeau says Canadiens' selection of Logan Mailloux shows 'lack of judgment'

Trudeau says Canadiens' selection of Logan Mailloux shows 'lack of judgment'

MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he's not happy with the Montreal Canadiens' draft selection of a player convicted of a sex-related offence. "As a lifelong Habs fan, I have to say I am deeply disappointed by the decision.
Infrastructure bank CEO says agency may spend more on zero-emission buses

Infrastructure bank CEO says agency may spend more on zero-emission buses

OTTAWA — The head of a federal infrastructure financing agency says he has seen a shift in the types of transit projects cities want to build as they opt for zero-emission buses in lieu of large-scale subways.
'This is how I'm going to die': Police recall harrowing Capitol Hill riot at hearing

'This is how I'm going to die': Police recall harrowing Capitol Hill riot at hearing

WASHINGTON — Police officers who endured the Jan.

Lawsuit against coroner after death of Indigenous child should proceed: appeal court

TORONTO — A lawsuit filed by the family of a four-year-old Indigenous boy against the coroner tasked with investigating his death will be allowed to proceed after Ontario's top court found a judge erred in dismissing it before trial.
One-time payments to seniors over 75 likely to also go to the dead, documents say

One-time payments to seniors over 75 likely to also go to the dead, documents say

OTTAWA — Canada's seniors minister was warned in the spring that the Liberal government's plan to send $500 payments to pensioners in August would end with some of the money going to people who had died.