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Canadian Army feeling squeeze of more demands, fewer soldiers

Canadian Army feeling squeeze of more demands, fewer soldiers

OTTAWA — The commander of the Canadian Army says his force is being squeezed by more demands at home and abroad, especially in Europe, even as the number of soldiers available for such missions is shrinking.
Canada, allies demand Iran submit to binding arbitration for downing of Flight PS752

Canada, allies demand Iran submit to binding arbitration for downing of Flight PS752

OTTAWA — Canada is among four countries calling on Iran to agree to binding arbitration for shooting down Flight PS752 nearly three years ago.
Recent arrests tied to spate of robberies and other crimes in Quebec City: police

Recent arrests tied to spate of robberies and other crimes in Quebec City: police

Quebec City police say they think the recent arrests of several suspects will help solve a spate of robberies and other crimes in the provincial capital over the last few days.
In The News for Dec. 28: What a look back at Manitoba's 2022 politics reveals

In The News for Dec. 28: What a look back at Manitoba's 2022 politics reveals

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 Dec. 28 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
From smart homes to connected cars, new tools of domestic abuse make escape harder

From smart homes to connected cars, new tools of domestic abuse make escape harder

VANCOUVER — A phone, a smart home, a digitally connected car — these are the tools of digital domestic abuse that anti-violence experts say is on the rise.
B.C. Christmas Eve bus crash victim leaves behind young family in India: cousin

B.C. Christmas Eve bus crash victim leaves behind young family in India: cousin

KELOWNA, B.C. — Truck driver Kalwinder Singh says he knows the Okanagan Connector well, and regards the British Columbia highway as among the worst roads in North America. The Surrey, B.C.
Ontario Provincial Police officer shot dead had just passed probation

Ontario Provincial Police officer shot dead had just passed probation

HAGERSVILLE, Ont. — A 28-year-old Ontario Provincial Police officer who had just passed his 10-month probation period was fatally shot while on duty Tuesday afternoon. The OPP said Const.
B.C. bus crash probe to look at earlier incident too, amid questions over icy road

B.C. bus crash probe to look at earlier incident too, amid questions over icy road

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's transportation minister says investigators looking into a bus crash that claimed four lives on the Okanagan Connector road on Christmas Eve are also considering another involving the same operator days earlier.
CBSA detainee dies in custody on Christmas Day in Surrey, B.C.

CBSA detainee dies in custody on Christmas Day in Surrey, B.C.

SURREY, B.C. — Border officials say a detainee at an immigration holding centre in Surrey, B.C., has died after being found unresponsive on Christmas Day.
Thousands of Canadians still in the dark days after fierce storms knocked out power

Thousands of Canadians still in the dark days after fierce storms knocked out power

Utility crews in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick were still working Tuesday to restore electricity to thousands of people in the dark days after last week's fierce winter storms knocked out their power.