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Trudeau moves on pledge to cap oil and gas emissions as COP26 talks begin in Scotland

Trudeau moves on pledge to cap oil and gas emissions as COP26 talks begin in Scotland

GLASGOW, United Kingdom — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the memory of Lytton, B.C.
Losing candidate for Manitoba Tory leadership wants swearing-in delayed

Losing candidate for Manitoba Tory leadership wants swearing-in delayed

WINNIPEG — The losing candidate in the race for the leadership of Manitoba's governing Progressive Conservatives is challenging the results, calling for a redo of the vote and pushing to delay the swearing-in of the winner as premier.
Settlement approved in lawsuit against fertility doc alleged to have used wrong sperm

Settlement approved in lawsuit against fertility doc alleged to have used wrong sperm

An Ontario court has approved a settlement that will see more than $13 million divided between families who allege an Ottawa fertility doctor used his own sperm and that of the wrong donors in performing artificial inseminations.
Hydro-Québec project facing 'green' opposition in Maine ahead of Tuesday's referendum

Hydro-Québec project facing 'green' opposition in Maine ahead of Tuesday's referendum

AUGUSTA, Maine — A plan to export hydroelectricity from Quebec to Massachusetts is facing opposition from environmental groups in Maine — where a 233-kilometre transmission line would be built — despite the promise of major greenhouse gas reductions.
Mandatory vaccination rule extended to staff, visitors to Senate workplaces

Mandatory vaccination rule extended to staff, visitors to Senate workplaces

OTTAWA — Anyone wanting access to workplaces in Canada's Senate will need to be fully immunized against COVID-19.
Suspected cyberattack in N.L. hits 'brain' of province's health-care system

Suspected cyberattack in N.L. hits 'brain' of province's health-care system

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A suspected cyberattack on Newfoundland and Labrador's health network has led to the cancellation of thousands of medical appointments across the province and forced some local health systems to revert to paper.
Winnipeg man charged in hospital attack and in death of his parents

Winnipeg man charged in hospital attack and in death of his parents

WINNIPEG — Police won't say what motive was involvedafter a man was chargedwith killing his parents and then attacking a nurse at a Winnipeg hospital.
Desmond inquiry: forensic psychiatrist describes inadequate plans for former soldier

Desmond inquiry: forensic psychiatrist describes inadequate plans for former soldier

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S.
Trudeau in Glasgow and this year's Silver Cross Mother: In The News for Nov. 1

Trudeau in Glasgow and this year's Silver Cross Mother: In The News for Nov. 1

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 Nov. 1 ... What we are watching on the world stage ...
Legion hoping sense of normalcy returns to this year's poppy campaign

Legion hoping sense of normalcy returns to this year's poppy campaign

The Royal Canadian Legion is hoping its annual poppy campaign regains a sense of normalcy this year as fewer pandemic restrictions are in place across the country.