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RCMP arrest Quebec man for 3D printing of guns and spreading hatred against Jews

RCMP arrest Quebec man for 3D printing of guns and spreading hatred against Jews

MONTREAL — The RCMP say they arrested a Quebec man Thursday on charges of hate speech and 3D printing of firearms.
Victims of workplace harassment, sexual violence can get free legal counsel in Quebec

Victims of workplace harassment, sexual violence can get free legal counsel in Quebec

QUÉBEC — Quebec has announced $2.4 million over four years to cover the legal expenses for people who file claims of psychological harassment or sexual violence in the workplace.
Patients going without care due to nursing shortage in Manitoba First Nation

Patients going without care due to nursing shortage in Manitoba First Nation

OTTAWA — The chief of a First Nation in northern Manitoba says its nursing station is operating at half-capacity, and as a result members are going without the care they need.
Canada to host G7 leaders' summit in Kananaskis, Alta., next June

Canada to host G7 leaders' summit in Kananaskis, Alta., next June

OTTAWA — Canada says it will host the G7 summit next year in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. The announcement comes as this year's leaders' meeting continues in Apulia, Italy.
Defence Minister Bill Blair says more help coming for Ukraine, Latvia

Defence Minister Bill Blair says more help coming for Ukraine, Latvia

OTTAWA — Canada's minister of defence says the federal government is committed to supporting Ukraine. Bill Blair is meeting with members of NATO in the Belgian capital of Brussels.
Federal minister tells B.C. Ottawa continues to back RCMP contract policing

Federal minister tells B.C. Ottawa continues to back RCMP contract policing

Premier David Eby says a letter from federal Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc describes the federal government's plan to move the RCMP towards a federal police force "like the FBI in the United States."
B.C. may work with N.L. on court challenge of federal equalization payments, Eby says

B.C. may work with N.L. on court challenge of federal equalization payments, Eby says

B.C.'s premier said Thursday that the province will consider joining with Newfoundland and Labrador in a court challenge over federal equalization payments.
Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, Eby says companies can 'suck it up'

Uber says new B.C. rules will increase costs, Eby says companies can 'suck it up'

VANCOUVER — Uber says regulation changes for ride-share and delivery workers in British Columbia will drive up costs and reduce demands for local restaurants, but Premier David Eby says complaining companies can "suck it up.
Undercover Mountie questioned on whether she misinterpreted Coutts border protest

Undercover Mountie questioned on whether she misinterpreted Coutts border protest

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — An undercover Mountie who infiltrated the Coutts border blockade faced questions in court Thursday on her police work and whether she misinterpreted what was really going on.
Work to resume on Calgary water pipe after injuries; consumption continues to rise

Work to resume on Calgary water pipe after injuries; consumption continues to rise

CALGARY — Repairs to a fractured Calgary water pipe were to resume Thursday after two workers were injured at the site, while the city's mayor pleaded with residents to step up their conservation efforts.