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Macron flies to New Caledonia amid ongoing unrest and Indigenous frustration with France

Macron flies to New Caledonia amid ongoing unrest and Indigenous frustration with France

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron was on a flight to New Caledonia Wednesday to seek a political solution to the deadly violence that has rocked the French archipelago in the Pacific where indigenous Kanaks have long sought independence.
Crown wraps evidence in Winnipeg serial killer trial, court to resume next month

Crown wraps evidence in Winnipeg serial killer trial, court to resume next month

WINNIPEG — Crown prosecutors have finished calling evidence in the trial of a Winnipeg man who has admitted to killing four Indigenous women.
CPP Investments earned 8.0% in latest fiscal year, net assets totalled $632.3 billion

CPP Investments earned 8.0% in latest fiscal year, net assets totalled $632.3 billion

TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says its fund earned a net return of 8.0 per cent for its latest fiscal year.
Former head of military HR sues Armed Forces, government after misconduct case

Former head of military HR sues Armed Forces, government after misconduct case

OTTAWA — A former military leader who was accused of sexual misconduct in 2021 is suing the federal government, the Armed Forces and his accuser, claiming he was maliciously prosecuted for political reasons. Lt.-Gen.
Technology and business consulting company CGI names François Boulanger as next CEO

Technology and business consulting company CGI names François Boulanger as next CEO

MONTREAL — CGI Inc. says François Boulanger will be promoted to the role of president and chief executive, effective Oct. 1.
CAE's defence business takes impairment charge, expects Q4 loss

CAE's defence business takes impairment charge, expects Q4 loss

MONTREAL — CAE Inc. says it expects to report a loss attributable to equity holders of $504.7 million in its fourth quarter, due to one-time charges related to its defence business.
Aircraft landing gear maker Héroux-Devtek reports Q4 profit and sales up

Aircraft landing gear maker Héroux-Devtek reports Q4 profit and sales up

MONTREAL — Aircraft landing gear maker Héroux-Devtek Inc. reported a fourth-quarter profit of $20.7 million, up from $6.3 million a year earlier, as its sales rose 18 per cent.
Teen boy among three dead after Montreal alley fight, police search for suspects

Teen boy among three dead after Montreal alley fight, police search for suspects

Montreal police say three young people, including a 15-year-old boy, have died after a fight broke out in an alley Tuesday night. Police were called at around 7 p.m.
Interpol says more than 1,500 stolen Canadian vehicles identified since February

Interpol says more than 1,500 stolen Canadian vehicles identified since February

MONTREAL — Interpol says more than 200 stolen Canadian vehicles have been found each week across the globe since February.
In the news today: Is food inflation easing? Q2 results for Canadian banks due.

In the news today: Is food inflation easing? Q2 results for Canadian banks due.

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...