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A lot happened at once about 45 minutes from the end of the Ottawa Redblacks' practice Wednesday. Read More
July 17, 2024 - 19:44 | Don Brennan | Ottawa Citizen
The federal health minister said on Wednesday that he was blindsided by new rules imposed by the U.S. about bringing dogs across the border.
July 17, 2024 - 19:23 | Amy Judd | Global News - Canada
The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations is urging Manitoba’s lieutenant-governor to establish an independent inquiry into the killings of four Indigenous women in the province.Cindy Woodhouse Nepinak said she had a productive meeting with Lt.-Gov. Anita Neville on Wednesday.The meeting came days after the AFN passed a resolution seeking an inquiry to assess the police investigation and provincial response to the killings.
July 17, 2024 - 19:22 | Alessia Passafiume | The Globe and Mail
Alberta’s ombudsman says thousands of low-income residents seeking benefits to cover off health-care costs face unfair barriers.Kevin Brezinski, in a report issued Wednesday, said these programs are hindered by serious systemic problems, starting with an antiquated 30-year-old computer system.He reported that applications are sometimes lost or misplaced, and applicants are left in the dark about the status of their files with no clear, fair system to address complaints.
July 17, 2024 - 19:15 | Lisa Johnson | The Globe and Mail
Police suspected two COVID-19 protesters at Coutts, Alta., were set to receive a covert, late-night shipment of guns, but a courier told court Wednesday it was socks, underwear and a guitar.Jaclyne Martin made the comment while testifying at the Court of King’s Bench trial of Anthony Olienick and Chris Carbert, who are charged with conspiring to kill police at the border blockade.Martin said she and her partner handed off goods in a camouflage bag to Olienick and Carbert in a farmer’s field near Coutts in February 2022, just days before police made raids and arrests that ended the...
July 17, 2024 - 19:02 | Bill Graveland | The Globe and Mail
Party Expert, a well-established retail store, is coming under fire from Quebec's French language inspectors over its name and exterior signs.
July 17, 2024 - 18:55 | Timothy Sargeant | Global News - Canada