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Hydrogen: What is it, and what is the opportunity for Canada?

Hydrogen: What is it, and what is the opportunity for Canada?

CALGARY — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz signed a deal this week to help kick-start a transatlantic hydrogen supply chain, with the first deliveries expected by 2025.
Head of federal telecom regulator did not breach Conflict of Interest Act: watchdog

Head of federal telecom regulator did not breach Conflict of Interest Act: watchdog

OTTAWA — The federal ethics watchdog says the head of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission did not breach the Conflict of Interest Act when he held meetings with large telecom providers while they had files before the regul
Dropping mask requirements, Indigenous SCOC nominee speaks: In The News for Aug. 24

Dropping mask requirements, Indigenous SCOC nominee speaks: In The News for Aug. 24

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Aug. 24 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
No winning ticket sold for Tuesday's $25 million Lotto Max jackpot

No winning ticket sold for Tuesday's $25 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Tuesday's Lotto Max $25 million draw. The jackpot for the next draw on Aug. 26 will be an estimated $31 million. The Canadian Press
Château Laurier believes swap of famous Churchill portrait was by a 'professional'

Château Laurier believes swap of famous Churchill portrait was by a 'professional'

OTTAWA — The Château Laurier says it's been able to narrow down a time frame of when it believes a famous portrait of Sir Winston Churchill was stolen from its walls: sometime between Christmas Day last year and Jan. 6.
Canada, Germany sign deal to start hydrogen shipments by 2025

Canada, Germany sign deal to start hydrogen shipments by 2025

STEPHENVILLE, N.L. — Canada and Germany say a new hydrogen pact will kick-start a transatlantic hydrogen supply chain, with the first deliveries expected in just three years.
MP says Ottawa underestimated Canadians' desire to travel again after pandemic

MP says Ottawa underestimated Canadians' desire to travel again after pandemic

CALGARY — A member of Parliament says Ottawa may have underestimated Canadians' desire to travel when planning for a return to normal following the end of most pandemic restrictions.
Ukraine investigating 28,000 Russian war crimes, including child deaths: ambassador

Ukraine investigating 28,000 Russian war crimes, including child deaths: ambassador

OTTAWA — Ukraine's ambassador to Canada says her country is investigating more than 28,000 suspected war crimes, including the killing of 373 children by Russian forces.
Saskatoon woman to return home after being arrested in the United States

Saskatoon woman to return home after being arrested in the United States

A Saskatoon woman who has said she was the victim of domestic abuse is to be returned to Canada after she was arrested in Oregon for allegedly using false identification to cross the border with her seven-year-old son. Judge Stacie F.
Quebec provincial election campaign to begin Sunday, François Legault confirms

Quebec provincial election campaign to begin Sunday, François Legault confirms

MONTREAL — Premier François Legault says the fall provincial election campaign will launch "for real" on Sunday, following weeks of unofficial campaigning by political parties and billions of dollars already promised to voters.