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Conservative MPs await results of election review — but don't expect to see it all

Conservative MPs await results of election review — but don't expect to see it all

OTTAWA — Conservative MPs meeting for a two-day retreat say they don't expect to be shown the entire review into the party's election loss.
CP NewsAlert: Four people found dead at home in Richmond, B.C.

CP NewsAlert: Four people found dead at home in Richmond, B.C.

RICHMOND, B.C. — Police say four people were found dead at a home in Richmond, B.C., in what they describe as a targeted shooting.
B.C. Appeal Court extends injunction against protests at Fairy Creek until September

B.C. Appeal Court extends injunction against protests at Fairy Creek until September

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Court of Appeal has overturned a lower-court ruling and extended an injunction against old-growth logging protests until September on Vancouver Island.
Trudeau cabinet mulls new Russia-Ukraine moves as U.S. suggests new export controls

Trudeau cabinet mulls new Russia-Ukraine moves as U.S. suggests new export controls

OTTAWA — The Liberal government's cabinet retreat wraps later today with pressure mounting on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take substantive new action on addressing the Ukraine-Russia crisis.
Future of transit at stake, big-city mayors say in plea for federal funds

Future of transit at stake, big-city mayors say in plea for federal funds

OTTAWA — Canada's big-city mayors are calling for the federal government's help to make up huge shortfalls in transit revenue that threaten to derail the nation's transit systems.
Alghabra says vaccine mandate for truckers not causing food shortage, empty shelves

Alghabra says vaccine mandate for truckers not causing food shortage, empty shelves

OTTAWA — Transport Minister Omar Alghabra is assuring Canadians there's no reason to fear food shortages will result from a small minority of truck drivers refusing to comply with a vaccine mandate in order to cross the Canada-U.S. border.
Survey reveals widening gap between views of double-vaxxed and boosted people

Survey reveals widening gap between views of double-vaxxed and boosted people

OTTAWA — A new survey suggests a widening gap between the pandemic views of people who have opted to get a COVID-19 vaccine booster and those who are holding steady with only two shots.
Winter weather, vast expanse make patrolling Canada-U.S. border a daunting challenge

Winter weather, vast expanse make patrolling Canada-U.S. border a daunting challenge

SAINT VINCENT, Minn. — A bleak panorama of frozen, windblown prairie extends in every direction behind Katy Siemer as she points north, past a barren stand of trees to a pipeline compressor station a few hundred metres away in Manitoba. The U.S.
Poll suggests some Canadians are feeling brighter about the economy, own finances

Poll suggests some Canadians are feeling brighter about the economy, own finances

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests some Canadians are feeling more upbeat about the state of the domestic economy and their own pocketbooks, though not quite as positive as they were before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bank of Canada keeps key interest rate target on hold, but warns of looming hikes

Bank of Canada keeps key interest rate target on hold, but warns of looming hikes

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada is keeping its key interest rate target on hold at 0.25 per cent, but warning it won't stay there for much longer.