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Canada sanctions Russian entities over disinformation, including TV channel, actors

Canada sanctions Russian entities over disinformation, including TV channel, actors

OTTAWA — Canada is sanctioning 34 individuals and a television network in Russia that the federal government considers "propaganda agents," Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly announced Monday.

Canadian gets 20 years for recruiting Islamic State fighters

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A Canadian national who lived in Southern California was sentenced to 20 years in U.S.
Congress probes Jackson water crisis as city and state spar

Congress probes Jackson water crisis as city and state spar

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Congress is investigating the crisis that left 150,000 people in Mississippi's capital city without running water for several days in late summer, according to a letter sent to Gov. Tate Reeves by two Democratic officials. Reps.

NC clinics want nurses to offer medication-induced abortions

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — With both abortions in North Carolina and the number of out-of-state clinic patients soaring after Roe v.
Ontario education workers in legal strike position in 17 days

Ontario education workers in legal strike position in 17 days

TORONTO — About 55,000 education workers in Ontario, such as custodians, early childhood educators and administration staff, will be in a legal strike position as of Nov. 3, the Canadian Union of Public Employees said Monday.
Southwestern Ontario county declares local emergency over long ambulance delays

Southwestern Ontario county declares local emergency over long ambulance delays

On a recent day in the County of Essex in southwestern Ontario, there were no ambulances available to respond to emergencies for almost three hours as 26 paramedic teams were delayed at hospitals, highlighting an "unsustainable" issue seen provincewi
'Embarrassing and humiliating': PQ leader seeks support against swearing oath to King

'Embarrassing and humiliating': PQ leader seeks support against swearing oath to King

QUEBEC — Parti Québécois Leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon is insisting he can take office without swearing an oath to the King — even if the secretary general of the legislature has told him otherwise.
Siemens sought turbine export permit for 'guidance' from Ottawa on Russia sanctions

Siemens sought turbine export permit for 'guidance' from Ottawa on Russia sanctions

OTTAWA — An executive from the Montreal company that repaired a turbine for a Russian gas pipeline earlier this year says it sought an export permit to get "guidance" from Ottawa.
Parliament security took issue with city moving convoy trucks near Parliament Hill

Parliament security took issue with city moving convoy trucks near Parliament Hill

OTTAWA — The parliamentary security force took issue with the City of Ottawa's plan to move "Freedom Convoy" protesters' semi-trucks out of residential neighbourhoods and onto the street in front of Parliament Hill, according to evidence released thr
NDP calling on Smith to apologize for 'tone deaf' and 'cruel' comments on Ukraine war

NDP calling on Smith to apologize for 'tone deaf' and 'cruel' comments on Ukraine war

EDMONTON — Alberta’s Opposition NDP says Premier Danielle Smith needs to apologize for her remarks on the Russia-Ukraine war.