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Quebec employers group worried 'politicized' immigration debate will hurt jobs

Quebec employers group worried 'politicized' immigration debate will hurt jobs

MONTREAL — The latest spat between Quebec and Ottawa over immigration is based on politics and not the reality of the labour market, says the head of a major employers group.
In the news today: Life returns to normal in Israel after Iran attack

In the news today: Life returns to normal in Israel after Iran attack

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Winning bidder of classic hockey cards looks to find owner who cares more about them

Winning bidder of classic hockey cards looks to find owner who cares more about them

The winning bidder of more than a dozen unopened boxes of classic hockey cards uncovered in a Regina home says he's feeling remorse over his $3.7-million-dollar purchase after hearing how sad the runner-up was upon losing out.
'Fire in the sky:' Canadian family in Israel says it's business as usual after attack

'Fire in the sky:' Canadian family in Israel says it's business as usual after attack

The rumbles and tremors rattling Leah Appel's Jerusalem apartment building jolted her from sleep around 1:45 on Sunday morning.
Insurance is high on frequently stolen vehicles. Here's how to reduce your premiums

Insurance is high on frequently stolen vehicles. Here's how to reduce your premiums

TORONTO — Looking for a break on car insurance premiums is often top of mind for drivers. And finding ways to reduce that figure is especially important now, when rampant thefts have led to higher insurance costs.
Iran's attack risks provoking 'uncontrollable regional escalation,' G7 countries warn

Iran's attack risks provoking 'uncontrollable regional escalation,' G7 countries warn

OTTAWA — Iran's weekend attack on Israel marks a further step toward destabilization of the Middle East and risks provoking "an uncontrollable regional escalation," leaders from Canada and the other G7 countries said Sunday after convening by video c
Eight years since B.C. declared public health emergency, toxic drug crisis rages on

Eight years since B.C. declared public health emergency, toxic drug crisis rages on

VANCOUVER — In the dozen years she's worked with the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users, executive director Brittany Graham has lost count of the people she's seen succumb to British Columbia's toxic drug crisis.
'Everybody should be in Love': Saskatchewan village embraces name with new chapel

'Everybody should be in Love': Saskatchewan village embraces name with new chapel

LOVE, SASK. — A small Saskatchewan village is looking to put Love on the map by becoming a unique wedding destination.
Quebec zoo examined animal behaviour during last week's total solar eclipse

Quebec zoo examined animal behaviour during last week's total solar eclipse

MONTREAL — As darkness settled during last week's total solar eclipse, Japanese macaques turned their backs to the sun and red crowned cranes went uncharacteristically quiet. But the Himalayan black bears just slept as if nothing was happening.
Why is Montreal a stolen car export hub? Jurisdiction limits and size, officials say

Why is Montreal a stolen car export hub? Jurisdiction limits and size, officials say

MONTREAL — Between mid-December and the end of March, police inspected about 400 shipping containers at the Port of Montreal and found nearly 600 stolen vehicles, most of them from the Toronto area.