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Ambulances diverted from McGill University superhospital after water main break

Ambulances diverted from McGill University superhospital after water main break

MONTREAL — A Montreal health network diverted ambulances from its facilities, including the Royal Victoria Hospital, and cancelled outpatient and surgical appointments after a water main break early Friday left its superhospital site without drinkabl
Conservatives would close supervised drug consumption sites: Poilievre

Conservatives would close supervised drug consumption sites: Poilievre

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre says supervised consumption sites are just "drug dens" and that he will close them if his party forms the next government.
Poilievre says Trudeau a 'human piñata' at NATO, still won't commit to spending goal

Poilievre says Trudeau a 'human piñata' at NATO, still won't commit to spending goal

Pierre Poilievre says NATO allies treated Prime Minister Justin Trudeau like a human piñata at the leaders' summit this week — but he still won't commit to the alliance's spending goal.
Jewish advocates say details around investigation into human-rights chief murky

Jewish advocates say details around investigation into human-rights chief murky

OTTAWA — Three weeks after the federal Liberals promised to do a "formal, independent review" of the appointment of Canada's new human-rights commissioner, the government hasn't provided any details about what that review will entail.
Heavy rain brings flooding to area of N.S. that suffered flood fatalities a year ago

Heavy rain brings flooding to area of N.S. that suffered flood fatalities a year ago

WINDSOR, N.S. — Heavy overnight rain has washed out roads and forced evacuations in a region of Nova Scotia still recovering from flooding a year ago that caused extensive damage and killed several people.
In the news today: Advocates say probe of human-rights head murky

In the news today: Advocates say probe of human-rights head murky

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed...
Court to hear Saskatchewan's case to stop collection of carbon levy money

Court to hear Saskatchewan's case to stop collection of carbon levy money

VANCOUVER — Federal Court in Vancouver is to hear a case today from the Saskatchewan government asking for an injunction to stop the Canada Revenue Agency from collecting millions in carbon levy money.
'Justice was served': Killer of 4 women in Winnipeg guilty of first-degree murder

'Justice was served': Killer of 4 women in Winnipeg guilty of first-degree murder

WINNIPEG — Cheers erupted in a Winnipeg courtroom, spilling out onto downtown streets Thursday, as family members who lost their loved ones at the hands of a serial killer said they had finally received justice.
AFN, Ottawa finalize 10-year, $47.8-billion deal on child welfare reform

AFN, Ottawa finalize 10-year, $47.8-billion deal on child welfare reform

MONTREAL — The Assembly of First Nations finalized a deal with Ottawa late Wednesday night that will see the federal government spend $47.8 billion to reform child welfare programs over the next 10 years.
Trudeau says Canada expects to hit NATO defence spending target in 2032

Trudeau says Canada expects to hit NATO defence spending target in 2032

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada "fully expects" to hit NATO's defence spending target in 2032.