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Three new Indigenous MPs secure ridings for NDP and Conservative parties

Three new Indigenous MPs secure ridings for NDP and Conservative parties

There are likely to be three new Indigenous members of Parliament in the House of Commons following a federal election that had a record number of First Nations, Métis and Inuit candidates.
After the election, should Ottawa be making a bigger fuss about Canada-U.S. border?

After the election, should Ottawa be making a bigger fuss about Canada-U.S. border?

WASHINGTON — With the federal election in the books and the United States clearly in no hurry to reopen the Canada-U.S.
Did Bernier's party split votes on the right? The answer is nuanced, expert says

Did Bernier's party split votes on the right? The answer is nuanced, expert says

OTTAWA — If Conservative incumbent James Cumming narrowly loses his seat to the Liberals, he might want to blame Brock Crocker.

Jagmeet Singh defends NDP's election showing despite little caucus growth

Jagmeet Singh says he feels secure in his leadership despite the NDP's seat count barely shifting after a pandemic election in which Canadians consistently ranked him as the most popular leader.
Federal leaders face postelection questions about their futures

Federal leaders face postelection questions about their futures

OTTAWA — Federal leaders across Canada’s political spectrum woke up Tuesday facing postelection hangovers characterized by questions and uncertainty about their respective futures following an election campaign that produced no clear winners.
Masks mandatory across Nunavut; new COVID-19 cases confirmed in two communities

Masks mandatory across Nunavut; new COVID-19 cases confirmed in two communities

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Nunavut is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 two days after the territory reinstated its mask mandate. There is one new case in Kinngait on Baffin Island and one in Kugluktuk in the territory's far west.
Quebec coroner questions why more wasn't done for neglected Herron residents

Quebec coroner questions why more wasn't done for neglected Herron residents

MONTREAL — The Quebec coroner overseeing an inquiry into long-term care deaths is questioning why more wasn't done to help residents at a Montreal-area home where dozens died.
RCMP delays on complaint files a 'serious and systemic' issue, group tells court

RCMP delays on complaint files a 'serious and systemic' issue, group tells court

OTTAWA — A civil liberties group is telling a federal judge there's a culture of complacency in the RCMP that has caused inexcusable foot-dragging on complaint files.

Car hits 9 people at Quebec polling station; status of 77-year-old woman 'uncertain'

MONTREAL — Police say the condition of a 77-year-old woman is uncertain after she was among nine people hit by a car outside a polling station in a Montreal suburb Monday evening. Sgt.
Several tight races may not have an elected MP until the end of the week

Several tight races may not have an elected MP until the end of the week

OTTAWA — Several federal ridings may not have an elected member of Parliament until Thursday or even Friday, as Elections Canada begins the arduous task of verifying and counting more than one million mail-in ballots.