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U.S. study finds Canadian mining toxin in American waters; treatment 'a small dent'

U.S. study finds Canadian mining toxin in American waters; treatment 'a small dent'

A new American study has confirmed southeastern British Columbia coal mines are contaminating waters shared by Canada and the U.S.
Prince Harry drops ceremonial puck for Canucks as lead up to 2025 Invictus Games

Prince Harry drops ceremonial puck for Canucks as lead up to 2025 Invictus Games

VANCOUVER — Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, performed the ceremonial puck drop at the Vancouver Canucks game on Monday night, as part of the lead up to the 2025 Invictus Games. The Canucks were hosting the San Jose Sharks.
Documentary about Buffy Sainte-Marie wins International Emmy Award

Documentary about Buffy Sainte-Marie wins International Emmy Award

A documentary about folk legend Buffy Sainte-Marie, made before her Indigenous ancestry was called into question, has won an International Emmy Award.
Feds to appeal court ruling that struck down cabinet order labelling plastics toxic

Feds to appeal court ruling that struck down cabinet order labelling plastics toxic

The federal government will appeal a recent Federal Court ruling that struck down a cabinet order underlying Ottawa's ban of some single-use plastics, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Monday.
Police testimony resumes in criminal trial of 'Freedom Convoy' organizers

Police testimony resumes in criminal trial of 'Freedom Convoy' organizers

OTTAWA — The criminal trial of two "Freedom Convoy" organizers resumed Monday after a two-week break with testimony from an Ottawa police liaison officer. Const.
Alberta COVID panel chair urges federal Conservatives to weaponize his findings

Alberta COVID panel chair urges federal Conservatives to weaponize his findings

EDMONTON — The chair of a taxpayer-funded panel reviewing Alberta’s COVID-19 response is urging the federal Conservatives to weaponize his findings in the next election against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s governing coalition.
Mayor of Surrey, B.C., announces constitutional challenge over policing

Mayor of Surrey, B.C., announces constitutional challenge over policing

SURREY, B.C.
Did you lose half a kilogram of cocaine? Police in B.C. would like to help

Did you lose half a kilogram of cocaine? Police in B.C. would like to help

The drugs were divided into multiple packages.
Changing Armed Forces policies is slow and labour-intensive, external monitor says

Changing Armed Forces policies is slow and labour-intensive, external monitor says

OTTAWA — The military is finalizing a policy change to abolish its definition of sexual misconduct and to use a Criminal Code definition for sexual assault instead.
Concerns emerge over NextStar's plans to hire foreign workers for battery plant

Concerns emerge over NextStar's plans to hire foreign workers for battery plant

NextStar Energy Inc.'s plans to bring foreign workers to help build a heavily subsidized battery plant in Windsor, Ont. has drawn concerns about why the jobs aren't going to Canadians.