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Climate change investments now reduce future costs, report finds

Climate change investments now reduce future costs, report finds

Spending money now to avoid the worst effects of climate change later will literally pay for itself, according to a new analysis.
March inflation, possible burials found at First Nation : In The News for April 20

March inflation, possible burials found at First Nation : In The News for April 20

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of April 20 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
B.C. poultry farmers uniquely equipped to respond to possible avian flu

B.C. poultry farmers uniquely equipped to respond to possible avian flu

VANCOUVER — Poultry farmers in British Columbia are under pressure to protect their flocks as a highly contagious strain of avian flu sweeps over North America. Ray Nickel, spokesman for the B.C.
Unlike in the rest of Canada, free rapid COVID-19 tests not widely available in N.L.

Unlike in the rest of Canada, free rapid COVID-19 tests not widely available in N.L.

HALIFAX — Newfoundland and Labrador residents say they’re frustrated by the lack of free COVID-19 rapid tests when other provinces make them widely available at no cost. Heather Elliott, a retail worker from St.
B.C. conservation group moves thousands of salmon that will produce millions of eggs

B.C. conservation group moves thousands of salmon that will produce millions of eggs

Tim Kulchyski says salmon used to be so plentiful off Vancouver Island that they would shake his Cowichan ancestors’ dugout canoes as they collided in the waters of the Salish Sea. No longer.
One winning ticket sold in Ontario for Tuesday's $60 million Lotto Max jackpot

One winning ticket sold in Ontario for Tuesday's $60 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — Someone in Ontario is waking up $60 million richer. There was a single jackpot winning ticket sold in Tuesday's Lotto Max draw.
Lionel Desmond fatality inquiry: federal lawyer defends role of Veterans Affairs

Lionel Desmond fatality inquiry: federal lawyer defends role of Veterans Affairs

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — A Nova Scotia inquiry investigating why a former Afghanistan war veteran killed his family and himself in 2017 heard Tuesday from a federal lawyer who defended the work of Veterans Affairs Canada.
Survivors testify as trial of alleged Quebec sword attacker resumes after COVID delay

Survivors testify as trial of alleged Quebec sword attacker resumes after COVID delay

QUEBEC — Survivors of a stabbing rampage in Quebec City on Halloween night 2020 testified at the murder trial of the accused Tuesday about their encounters with a methodical, emotionless attacker.
First deadline arrives for Conservative leadership race, 10 days until final one

First deadline arrives for Conservative leadership race, 10 days until final one

OTTAWA — At least eight candidates have crossed the first threshold to having their names appear on the final ballot of the Conservative Party of Canada leadership race.
Canada will send heavy artillery to Ukraine, Trudeau pledges

Canada will send heavy artillery to Ukraine, Trudeau pledges

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed plans Tuesday to send heavy artillery to embattled Ukraine as Canada levied new sanctions against more than a dozen close associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin, including his two daughters.
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