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Decades worth of festering moose jawbones have much to say about N.L. ecology

Decades worth of festering moose jawbones have much to say about N.L. ecology

ST. JOHN'S, N.L.
Anti-hate groups fear wording problems may delay a new law tackling vitriol online

Anti-hate groups fear wording problems may delay a new law tackling vitriol online

OTTAWA — A coalition of advocacy groups is urging the federal government to stick with its promise to take immediate action on online hate speech and to include steps to tackle the issue in Tuesday’s throne speech.
Belarus pro-democracy advocate praises Canada's anti-authoritarian stand

Belarus pro-democracy advocate praises Canada's anti-authoritarian stand

OTTAWA — From the safe confines of Washington, D.C. and his comfortable World Bank job, Valery Kavaleuski was powerless to resist the riptide of democratic reform washing over his homeland of Belarus last summer.

Ontario ticket holder wins Saturday's $7.5 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — A ticket holder in Ontario won Saturday's $7.5 million Lotto 649 jackpot. And the draw's guaranteed $1 million prize went to a lottery player in British Columbia. The jackpot for the next Lotto 649 draw on Nov.
Death toll rises to four as B.C. officials warn about next 'atmospheric river'

Death toll rises to four as B.C. officials warn about next 'atmospheric river'

Senior government officials in British Columbia warned residents on Saturday to brace for another round of weekend rainstorms even as the death toll from floods triggered by the last round of extreme weather continued to rise.
'I know that many of you are angry with me': Kenney speaks to UCP tensions during AGM

'I know that many of you are angry with me': Kenney speaks to UCP tensions during AGM

CALGARY — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is acknowledging tensions within his United Conservative party, while the UCP president is pleading with members to remain united under the camp's banner.
Ontario Senator Josée Forest-Niesing dies at 56 after battle with COVID-19

Ontario Senator Josée Forest-Niesing dies at 56 after battle with COVID-19

OTTAWA — Josée Forest-Niesing, a lawyer and Ontario senator, has died shortly after being hospitalized with COVID-19. She was 56. Forest-Niesing's office said earlier in the week that the Sudbury, Ont.

Quebec police end Amber Alert after eight-year-old girl found 'safe and sound'

An Amber Alert has ended for an eight-year-old girl police alleged was kidnapped in Châteauguay, Que., on Saturday. The Sûreté du Québec said the girl was found "safe and sound" moments after issuing the alert. They did not say where she was located.
Conservative MP Richard Lehoux tests positive for COVID-19, party says

Conservative MP Richard Lehoux tests positive for COVID-19, party says

OTTAWA — The Conservative party says a Quebec member of Parliament has tested positive for COVID-19. Conservative Whip Blake Richards says Richard Lehoux, who represents Beauce in the House of Commons, is experiencing only mild symptoms.
US Indo Pacific Command chief says collaboration key to keeping region free and open

US Indo Pacific Command chief says collaboration key to keeping region free and open

HALIFAX — The head of the U.S.