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Latest federal poll numbers, Nova Scotia premier swearing in: In The News for Aug. 31

Latest federal poll numbers, Nova Scotia premier swearing in: In The News for Aug. 31

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. 31 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

Zucchini and pasta blend noodles recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

OTTAWA — Freshline Foods Ltd. is adding Veggie Foodle brand Pasta Blend Whole Vegetable Noodles to an earlier recall of its Veggie Foodle brand Green Zucchini Whole Vegetable Noodles due to possible Listeria contamination.
Canadian groups look to Pakistan border as U.S. ends flights from Afghanistan

Canadian groups look to Pakistan border as U.S. ends flights from Afghanistan

OTTAWA — America's torturous, tragic withdrawal from Afghanistan finally ended Monday, leaving Canadian veterans and refugee advocates weighing several bad choices as they seek to protect hundreds of stranded Afghans still waiting to hear good news a
U.S. Centers for Disease Control urges Americans to 'reconsider' travel to Canada

U.S. Centers for Disease Control urges Americans to 'reconsider' travel to Canada

WASHINGTON — The U.S. State Department is now urging Americans to "reconsider travel" to Canada due to what the Centers for Disease Control call "high" levels of COVID-19 infection.
Ex-provincial police chief Martin Prud'homme, government reach settlement

Ex-provincial police chief Martin Prud'homme, government reach settlement

MONTREAL — A 29-month dispute between the Quebec government and the former head of its provincial police force has concluded with Martin Prud'homme announcing his retirement.
Quebec Health Department recommends third COVID-19 vaccine dose for immunocompromised

Quebec Health Department recommends third COVID-19 vaccine dose for immunocompromised

MONTREAL — Quebec is recommending a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine for people who have weak immune systems, who are on dialysis or who have received vaccines not approved in Canada, the Health Department said Monday.
Liberals, Conservatives take aim at opposing candidates as campaign hits third week

Liberals, Conservatives take aim at opposing candidates as campaign hits third week

OTTAWA — Liberals and Conservatives took aim at each other's candidates on Monday, questioning past statements and actions to build a character case about why they, and not their opponent, should be trusted to govern after election day.
'They're being banished:' Inuit women need their communities, not jail, says advocate

'They're being banished:' Inuit women need their communities, not jail, says advocate

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — It was just six weeks in jail for Jody Blake, an Inuk woman living in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, N.L., but those weeks were long and lonely, and there was no chance of her kids or family coming to see her.
On the hustings and Ida bashes Louisiana: In The News for Aug. 30

On the hustings and Ida bashes Louisiana: In The News for Aug. 30

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. 30 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Trudeau climate promises interrupted by angry crowd in Ontario

Trudeau climate promises interrupted by angry crowd in Ontario

OTTAWA — An angry crowd of agitators surrounded Justin Trudeau's campaign buses and screamed profanity at the Liberal Leader during a campaign event in Cambridge, Ont., Sunday.