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Firm says production may never resume at Yukon gold mine after ore-slide disaster

Firm says production may never resume at Yukon gold mine after ore-slide disaster

MAYO, YUKON, CANADA — The Victoria Gold mining company says it's uncertain if it will ever resume production or if it has the financial resources to repair damage and fix the environmental impact of last month's ore-slide disaster at its Eagle Gold m
Conservatives would scale back supervised drug consumption sites, Poilievre says

Conservatives would scale back supervised drug consumption sites, Poilievre says

The federal Conservative leader said he would shutter all locations near schools, playgrounds and "anywhere else that they endanger the public."
Western University pauses Alice Munro Chair in Creativity program amid reckoning

Western University pauses Alice Munro Chair in Creativity program amid reckoning

LONDON, Ont. — Alice Munro's alma mater has paused the endowed chair program that bears her name over revelations the writer protected her husband after learning he had sexually abused her daughter.
Quebec police locate body of teen who went missing while fishing

Quebec police locate body of teen who went missing while fishing

SAINT-IGNACE-DE-LOYOLA — Quebec provincial police have recovered the body of a young fisher who went missing on the water Friday in a small municipality about 70 kilometres northeast of Montreal.
RSV vaccination programs recommended for seniors: national immunization committee

RSV vaccination programs recommended for seniors: national immunization committee

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is strongly recommending a vaccination program against respiratory syncytial virus for older seniors and those living in long-term care homes.
Youth killed in floodwaters in western N.S., 1 year after major flooding in same area

Youth killed in floodwaters in western N.S., 1 year after major flooding in same area

WOLFVILLE, N.S. — A young person died after being swept away by floodwaters in western Nova Scotia Thursday, compounding grief in a region still recovering from flooding a year ago that killed four people and caused extensive damage.
B.C. premier says 'zero per cent chance' for no-prescription opioid suggestion

B.C. premier says 'zero per cent chance' for no-prescription opioid suggestion

BURNABY, B.C.
Situation improving at McGill University superhospital after water main break

Situation improving at McGill University superhospital after water main break

MONTREAL — A major Montreal health network started to reopen medical services Friday after an overnight aqueduct break cut drinkable water to its superhospital site.
Hearing cancelled for Saskatchewan's bid to stop federal collection of carbon money

Hearing cancelled for Saskatchewan's bid to stop federal collection of carbon money

VANCOUVER — A court hearing for the Saskatchewan government to argue for an injunction to stop the Canada Revenue Agency from collecting millions in carbon levy money has been cancelled.
Canada's NATO defence spending pledge amounts to $60 billion a year by 2032: minister

Canada's NATO defence spending pledge amounts to $60 billion a year by 2032: minister

WASHINGTON, D. C. — Defence Minister Bill Blair is defending Canada's spending promise at the NATO leaders' summit in Washington, D.C., as critics throw cold water on the government's new pledge to meet the two per cent target by 2032.