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Canadian air force short 275 pilots as attrition outpaces recruitment, training

OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Air Force is contending with a shortage of around 275 pilots and needs more mechanics, sensor operators and other trained personnel as well in the face of increasing demands to conduct and support domestic and internationa
Rare 'fire whirl' caught on video in B.C. shows strange world of wildfires

Rare 'fire whirl' caught on video in B.C. shows strange world of wildfires

A towering funnel of smoke and flames captured on video by a firefighter with the BC Wildfire Service is giving viewers a peek into the surreal world that crews have faced while battling some of the worst wildfires this summer in British Columbia.

Seek compromise with U.S. on cannabis at border, lawyers urge Ottawa

WASHINGTON — Canadians who take part in the legal cannabis industry find themselves facing deep potholes on the road to entering the United States — and immigration lawyers who specialize in border issues say the federal government needs to help them

Child in stolen SUV found "safe and unharmed," vehicle recovered: police

FORT MACLEOD, Alta. — Police in Alberta say a six-year-old boy who had been inside an SUV when it was stolen has been found "safe and unharmed," and the vehicle has also been recovered.

Child in stolen SUV found "safe and unharmed," vehicle recovered: police

FORT MACLEOD, Alta. — Police in Alberta say a six-year-old boy who had been inside an SUV when it was stolen has been found "safe and unharmed," and the vehicle has also been recovered.

Oysters recalled for possible salmonella contamination, CFIA says

OTTAWA — Future Seafoods Inc. is recalling Malpeque Oysters brand oysters due to possible salmonella contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says consumers should not eat the recalled oysters.
Ottawa looks at having retired judge help guide renewed pipeline review process

Ottawa looks at having retired judge help guide renewed pipeline review process

OTTAWA — The federal government is shopping around for a retired federal judge to help guide a renewed consultation with Indigenous communities on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
'Stopped him in his tracks:' Outrage after ex-pro hockey player kills grizzly

'Stopped him in his tracks:' Outrage after ex-pro hockey player kills grizzly

A former professional hockey player is facing a backlash after he posted photos of a massive dead grizzly bear he hunted in Yukon. Tim Brent, who was born in Ontario and played for several teams in the NHL, shared the photos on Facebook and Twitter.
'I am really upset:' Video shows Trudeau meeting with Saskatchewan chiefs

'I am really upset:' Video shows Trudeau meeting with Saskatchewan chiefs

SASKATOON — A Saskatchewan chief says a video posted online showing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau telling First Nations leaders he is upset about how time was managed in a recent meeting is unfortunate.
Foreign minister to return to NAFTA talks in Washington this week

Foreign minister to return to NAFTA talks in Washington this week

OTTAWA — High-level meetings are set to resume this week in Washington in an effort to bring Canada into a revised North American Free Trade Agreement.