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More yellow onions sold in multiple provinces recalled due to possible Salmonella

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says a recall has been expanded for Goodfood brand onions due to possible salmonella contamination. Goodfood Market Corp.
Two charges each of murder, attempted murder laid in Faro, Yukon shootings

Two charges each of murder, attempted murder laid in Faro, Yukon shootings

WHITEHORSE — The RCMP say they were originally called Tuesday to investigate a domestic dispute in the small Yukon community of Faro before they received reports of gunfire that left two people dead and a man critically injured.
Government still undecided on whether to fight Indigenous child-welfare rulings

Government still undecided on whether to fight Indigenous child-welfare rulings

OTTAWA — With only two days until the court deadline, the Liberal cabinet still has not decided whether or not to appeal a decision that would see the government pay out billions of dollars in compensation to Indigenous families, according to Canada'
Lawsuit alleges Alberta premier's office failed to address sex harassment complaint

Lawsuit alleges Alberta premier's office failed to address sex harassment complaint

EDMONTON — A former senior political staffer in the Alberta government alleges in a lawsuit that the premier’s office fostered a “poisoned work environment” and repeatedly failed to address her complaint of sexual harassment about another employee.
Government says North Koreans coming to Canada under new scheme must be vetted first

Government says North Koreans coming to Canada under new scheme must be vetted first

OTTAWA — The government says North Koreans heading to Canada under a new private sponsorship scheme will face health and security screening before being allowed in.
Tories to respect vaccine mandate but challenge board ruling that created it: O'Toole

Tories to respect vaccine mandate but challenge board ruling that created it: O'Toole

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says his caucus has agreed to "respect and abide" by a new rule requiring members of Parliament to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to take their seats in the House of Commons.
New environment minister says his climate plan is not a 'secret agenda'

New environment minister says his climate plan is not a 'secret agenda'

OTTAWA — Newly minted Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Wednesday there is nothing 'really new" in the political rhetoric between Alberta and Ottawa around climate change this week, and shrugged off any suggestion his appointment will make
Court hears request to put off Quebec's vaccine mandate for health-care workers

Court hears request to put off Quebec's vaccine mandate for health-care workers

MONTREAL — A legal challenge to Quebec's vaccination mandate for health-care workers was before Quebec Superior Court on Wednesday, with the judge assuring he will proceed even if the province decides to further delay a deadline set for next month.
Coast guard says 109 containers, not 40, fell off cargo ship near Victoria

Coast guard says 109 containers, not 40, fell off cargo ship near Victoria

VICTORIA — The number of containers that fell into the ocean from a cargo ship off Victoria is up to 109 from the original estimate of 40, the coast guard said Wednesday.
Iqaluit expects water testing to come back clean; tap water still undrinkable

Iqaluit expects water testing to come back clean; tap water still undrinkable

IQALUIT — Nunavut's capital city says it expects tests on its drinking water to show undetectable levels of fuel. Iqaluit is under a state of emergency and its roughly 8,000 residents haven't been able to consume tap water since Oct.