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Quebec City police make four arrests linked to violent conflict between crime groups

Quebec City police make four arrests linked to violent conflict between crime groups

Quebec City police say four more people have been arrested in connection with a series of police operations targeting a violent conflict between criminal groups. Police say three men and one woman, aged between 35 and 40, were arrested this morning.
Canada has asked Ukraine how it can help amid delay in air-defence system, Blair says

Canada has asked Ukraine how it can help amid delay in air-defence system, Blair says

WARSAW, Poland — Defence Minister Bill Blair says Canada has asked the Ukrainian government how it can help, while its donation of an air-defence system faces indefinite delays.
Police investigating suspicious overnight Quebec City fire that killed one woman

Police investigating suspicious overnight Quebec City fire that killed one woman

Quebec City police are investigating a suspicious overnight fire that left one woman dead. Firefighters say they were called to a home in the provincial capital around 2:30 a.m., after a fire was reported in a basement.
Vancouver firefighter recovering abroad after losing leg to 'flesh-eating' infection

Vancouver firefighter recovering abroad after losing leg to 'flesh-eating' infection

VANCOUVER — An assistant fire chief with Vancouver Fire Rescue Services is recovering in a Hong Kong hospital after contracting an infection commonly known as flesh-eating disease, forcing the amputation of part of his leg during a family vacation.
'A white man's war': Calgary military museum focuses on Black Canadian soldiers

'A white man's war': Calgary military museum focuses on Black Canadian soldiers

CALGARY — Oral Virtue first met Newfoundland-based Canadian soldiers as a child growing up in Jamaica, never forgetting their friendliness, openness and the way they spoke this “funky foreign language.
Online safety a key part of Ottawa's new gender plan — and to world peace, says envoy

Online safety a key part of Ottawa's new gender plan — and to world peace, says envoy

OTTAWA — Authoritarian countries are leveraging social media to set back progress for women worldwide, a Canadian special envoy says, as Ottawa refreshes its cross-government gender policy.
Some Ukrainians in Quebec struggle with French requirement for immigration

Some Ukrainians in Quebec struggle with French requirement for immigration

MONTREAL — Inna Gonchukova never expected to live in Canada. But almost two years after fleeing war-torn Ukraine, she says she has mostly settled into life in Granby, Que.
Trudeau signs support pact, attacks 'weakling' Putin in unannounced Kyiv visit

Trudeau signs support pact, attacks 'weakling' Putin in unannounced Kyiv visit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surveyed the wreckage of one of the first battles in the brutal war that has gripped Ukraine for the last two years, as Ukrainians used Saturday's anniversary of the fighting to take stock of a still uncertain future.
Canadians mark grim anniversary of Russian invasion of Ukraine as violence continues

Canadians mark grim anniversary of Russian invasion of Ukraine as violence continues

OTTAWA — Events marking the second anniversary of Russia's deadly invasion of Ukraine were planned across Canada on Saturday, as the head of an organization representing Ukrainian Canadians urged people to honour those who have been killed in the war
Two years in, Ukraine-Russia conflict brings hard choices, fractured families

Two years in, Ukraine-Russia conflict brings hard choices, fractured families

Many Ukrainians who came to Canada to escape the war have concerns about going home.