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'Hoping for a timely and fair resolution,' White House says of CP Rail labour dispute

'Hoping for a timely and fair resolution,' White House says of CP Rail labour dispute

WASHINGTON — Canada's reputation as a reliable trading partner for the United States suffered another black eye Monday as Americans awoke to a new kink in the bilateral supply chain: a labour dispute at CP Rail that left more than 3,000 employees off
Man charged with arson in Ottawa apartment fire during anti-mandate protest

Man charged with arson in Ottawa apartment fire during anti-mandate protest

OTTAWA — An Ottawa man has been charged in connection to the alleged arson that took place in a downtown apartment building early February in the heat of the anti-mandate protest.
Joly warns of further sanctions against Russia as Trudeau set to leave for Europe

Joly warns of further sanctions against Russia as Trudeau set to leave for Europe

MONTREAL — Canada will soon impose new sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly said Monday. "There will be more sanctions.
Anti-racism groups say Canadian government must do more to address racism

Anti-racism groups say Canadian government must do more to address racism

OTTAWA — Canadian anti-racism and human rights groups are calling on the federal government to do more to address white supremacy and systemic racism.
Canada tightens ban on Russian aircraft to include humanitarian flights

Canada tightens ban on Russian aircraft to include humanitarian flights

OTTAWA — The federal government says it has tightened rules for Russian aircraft after a commercial airliner was able to circumvent a ban on entering Canadian airspace late last month by falsely claiming to be a humanitarian flight.
UCP membership soars as intraparty fight over Alberta premier's leadership escalates

UCP membership soars as intraparty fight over Alberta premier's leadership escalates

EDMONTON — An upcoming vote to decide the fate of Jason Kenney as United Conservative Party leader and Alberta premier is driving up membership numbers and igniting concerns about possible rule changes and ballot box shenanigans.
Six more Sunwing party flight passengers face fines over vaccination status, masks

Six more Sunwing party flight passengers face fines over vaccination status, masks

MONTREAL — Another six people from a Sunwing flight to Mexico last year on which passengers were filmed partying are facing potentially hefty fines.
CP derailed and Ukraine rejects Russia's surrender demand: In The News for Mar. 21

CP derailed and Ukraine rejects Russia's surrender demand: In The News for Mar. 21

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 Mar. 21 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Nunavut Legal Aid to intervene at Supreme Court of Canada for first time

Nunavut Legal Aid to intervene at Supreme Court of Canada for first time

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Nunavut Legal Aid is to have a say at the Supreme Court of Canada for the first time in a case that could affect the way Inuit are sentenced.
Doctor describes what it's like to provide medical assistance in dying in new book

Doctor describes what it's like to provide medical assistance in dying in new book

OTTAWA — After more than 20 years delivering babies into the world, Dr. Stefanie Green decided to specialize in delivering suffering people out of it.