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Another First Nation in Nova Scotia plans to start a self-regulated lobster fishery

Another First Nation in Nova Scotia plans to start a self-regulated lobster fishery

HALIFAX — Another First Nation is starting a self-regulated fishery in Nova Scotia even though it suffered backlash from the decision of the Sipekne'katik First Nation to harvest lobster outside the federally regulated fishing season.
Deaf blind woman's rights breached by how student loan administered: court

Deaf blind woman's rights breached by how student loan administered: court

TORONTO — An Ontario court has ruled that the provincial and federal governments must operate their student loan program in a way that ensures those with disabilities who take longer to complete their studies are not saddled with more debt than their
U.S. election results one factor that could impact immigration to Canada next year

U.S. election results one factor that could impact immigration to Canada next year

OTTAWA — After four years of Canada positioning itself as a more welcoming destination than the U.S. for new immigrants, the upcoming presidential election could change that dynamic.
Canada-U. S. refugee pact to remain in place until court challenge is resolved

Canada-U. S. refugee pact to remain in place until court challenge is resolved

OTTAWA — A judge says a refugee pact between Canada and the United States will remain in place until a full legal hearing of the measure is resolved.
Four Moe Years: Scott Moe and Saskatchewan Party defeat NDP for 4th straight majority

Four Moe Years: Scott Moe and Saskatchewan Party defeat NDP for 4th straight majority

SASKATOON — Scott Moe led his Saskatchewan Party into rare territory Monday winning a fourth straight majority for the longest-serving government in the country.

Testimony continues in Wanzhou case and pandemic elections: In The News for Oct. 27

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 Oct. 27, 2020 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Canadians don't want to 'rock the boat' when voting during pandemic: experts

Canadians don't want to 'rock the boat' when voting during pandemic: experts

EDMONTON — Monday's re-election of another incumbent premier in Canada's third recent provincial election shows Canadians don't want to "rock the boat" during a global pandemic, say political experts.
Indigenous-led clinic to help Quebec community still shaken by Joyce Echaquan's death

Indigenous-led clinic to help Quebec community still shaken by Joyce Echaquan's death

MONTREAL — The idea is simple, says Jennifer Brazeau, executive director of the Native Friendship Centre in Quebec’s Lanaudiere region: provide “a culturally secure space” where Indigenous people can get health care without feeling afraid.
The latest developments as the Saskatchewan election results come in

The latest developments as the Saskatchewan election results come in

SASKATOON — The latest developments in the Saskatchewan election. All times CT: 12:10 a.m. It's possible Scott Moe will get all of his cabinet members back. Only Advanced Education Minister Tina Beaudry-Mellor is in jeopardy.

Canadians don't want to 'rock the boat' when voting during pandemic: experts

EDMONTON — Monday's re-election of another incumbent premier in Canada's third recent provincial election shows Canadians don't want to "rock the boat" during a global pandemic, say political experts.