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Lucki says tense meeting with N.S. RCMP after shooting spree 'needed to happen'

Lucki says tense meeting with N.S. RCMP after shooting spree 'needed to happen'

OTTAWA — RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki says there was poor communication between her office and Nova Scotia Mounties in the days following the shooting spree that left 23 people, including the gunman, dead in April 2020.
Anand criticizes 'desecration' after Tomb of the Unknown Soldier draped with flags

Anand criticizes 'desecration' after Tomb of the Unknown Soldier draped with flags

OTTAWA — The federal government is facing fresh calls to boost security at the National War Memorial after images surfaced showing someone draping flags on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Telecom experts call for rejection of major takeover as MPs probe Rogers outage

Telecom experts call for rejection of major takeover as MPs probe Rogers outage

OTTAWA — Telecommunications experts called for scuttling the planned Rogers Communications takeover of rival Shaw, slamming the response of Ottawa and the federal telecom regulator to the serious Rogers outage earlier this month.
Tamara Lich once again argues for freedom from jail at bail-review hearing

Tamara Lich once again argues for freedom from jail at bail-review hearing

OTTAWA — "Freedom Convoy" organizer Tamara Lich has once again argued to be released from jail after a justice of the peace denied her bail earlier this month.
Mountie says holding back gun details was 'no-brainer' in N.S. mass shooting

Mountie says holding back gun details was 'no-brainer' in N.S. mass shooting

HALIFAX — The Mountie in charge of the investigation into the Nova Scotia mass shooting said Monday it was a "no-brainer" for him to withhold details of the killer's guns nine days after the rampage. Chief Supt.
Quebecer Émile-Antoine Roy-Sirois, code name 'Beaver,' dies on front lines in Ukraine

Quebecer Émile-Antoine Roy-Sirois, code name 'Beaver,' dies on front lines in Ukraine

MONTREAL — Émile-Antoine Roy-Sirois, a 31-year-old Quebecer who recently died in Ukraine fighting Russian forces, volunteered on the front lines because he wanted to protect innocent women and children, according to a soldier who fought with him.
Man charged with killing Muslim family in London, Ont., to be tried elsewhere

Man charged with killing Muslim family in London, Ont., to be tried elsewhere

LONDON, Ont. — The trial of a man facing terror-related murder charges in the deaths of four members of a Muslim family in London, Ont., will be held in a different city.
'Deplorable evil': Full text of the Pope's residential school apology

'Deplorable evil': Full text of the Pope's residential school apology

MASKWACIS, ALTA. — Pope Francis delivered an apology to Indigenous residential school survivors in Maskwacis, Alta., after a visit to the former site of the Ermineskin Indian Residential School on Monday.
With ERs on the brink, doctors explain what patients should consider before they go

With ERs on the brink, doctors explain what patients should consider before they go

TORONTO — A health-care staffing crisis and another wave of COVID-19 are pushing emergency departments across Canada to the brink, with wait times hitting new highs and several hospitals recently being forced to temporarily close their ERs.
Pope visits Canada, Commons hearing on Rogers outage : In The News for July 25

Pope visits Canada, Commons hearing on Rogers outage : In The News for July 25

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 July 25 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
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