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Tories, Bloc push for unequal approach to amending Canada's Official Languages Act

Tories, Bloc push for unequal approach to amending Canada's Official Languages Act

OTTAWA — The Bloc Québécois and Conservatives are pushing for an unequal approach to amending Canada's Official Languages Act — one that a federal official warns could reduce English services in Quebec.
Where's the snow? Climate change affects ski racing season

Where's the snow? Climate change affects ski racing season

MERIBEL, France (AP) — Besides some minor dustings, it hasn’t snowed significantly in the French resorts hosting the skiing world championships since mid-January. And there is no snow in the long-term forecast.
FortisAlberta seeks EV drivers for charging habits study

FortisAlberta seeks EV drivers for charging habits study

Get $150 for charging your car
Indigenous leaders, family discuss effort to search landfill for women's remains

Indigenous leaders, family discuss effort to search landfill for women's remains

WINNIPEG — A search for the remains of two Indigenous women at a landfill north of Winnipeg could begin as early as April, pending the outcome of a feasibility study.
U.S. downs new 'object' off Alaskan coast, not far from Canadian border: White House

U.S. downs new 'object' off Alaskan coast, not far from Canadian border: White House

WASHINGTON — A U.S. fighter jet shot an unknown object out of the sky Friday off the coast of Alaska not far from the Canadian border, White House officials confirmed, just hours after Canada's defence minister met with her American counterpart at the Pentagon. 
Ukraine's Zelenskyy makes emotional appeal for EU membership

Ukraine's Zelenskyy makes emotional appeal for EU membership

BRUSSELS (AP) — President Volodymyr Zelenskyy asked his Western allies Thursday for more weapons and said “a Ukraine that is winning” its war with Russia should become a member of the European Union, arguing the bloc won't be complete without it.
Russian diplomat says ties with US in 'unprecedented crisis'

Russian diplomat says ties with US in 'unprecedented crisis'

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia-U.S. relations are in a state of “unprecedented crisis” without any sign of improvement, a senior Russian diplomat said Thursday.
TC Energy says combination of factors caused Keystone pipeline leak

TC Energy says combination of factors caused Keystone pipeline leak

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. has pegged the cost of cleanup and remediation of December's oil spill from its Keystone pipeline at an estimated US$480 million. The Keystone pipeline system suffered the worst oil spill in its history on Dec. 7, 2022 when oil leaked into a creek in Washington County, Kansas. 
Keep Canada's doors open to Ukrainians, refugee groups urge Ottawa

Keep Canada's doors open to Ukrainians, refugee groups urge Ottawa

OTTAWA — Humanitarian groups that have been supporting Ukrainian refugees are calling on Ottawa to extend a special immigration program that allows people fleeing Ukraine to temporarily live, work and study in Canada.
Quebec reports steep rise in organ donations after medical aid in dying legalized

Quebec reports steep rise in organ donations after medical aid in dying legalized

MONTREAL — Quebec is reporting a tripling of the number of organ donors in the last five years, including a major jump last year in donations through medical aid in dying.
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