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No winning ticket sold for Friday's $55 million Lotto Max jackpot

No winning ticket sold for Friday's $55 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Friday's Lotto Max $55 million draw. However, one of the two available Maxmillion prizes of $1 million dollars each was claimed by a ticket in Ontario. The jackpot for the next draw on Nov.
Urgent recommendation calls for inspection of Canadian-made De Havilland Otter planes

Urgent recommendation calls for inspection of Canadian-made De Havilland Otter planes

VANCOUVER — Aviation regulators in Canada and the United States are being urged to order the immediate inspection of a type of Canadian-built float plane involved in a deadly crash in Washington state. The U.S.
Canada Soccer addresses issue of workers’ rights, Inclusivity in World Cup host Qatar

Canada Soccer addresses issue of workers’ rights, Inclusivity in World Cup host Qatar

Canada Soccer added its voice Friday to the push for greater workers' rights and inclusivity in Qatar as the country prepares to host next month's FIFA World Cup.
Quebec judge grants interim injunction stopping McGill project over Mohawk concerns

Quebec judge grants interim injunction stopping McGill project over Mohawk concerns

MONTREAL — A Quebec Superior Court judge has ordered a temporary halt to excavation work on a major McGill University project after an Indigenous group raised concerns about possible unmarked graves.
Former Ottawa police boss defends not asking another force to take control of protest

Former Ottawa police boss defends not asking another force to take control of protest

OTTAWA — It took just a few hours on that cold Saturday in January for Peter Sloly to realize he had an occupation of the capital city on his hands, but the former Ottawa police chief told a public inquiry on Friday he never felt another police force
Cybersecurity centre warns of evolving ransomware tactics, state-sponsored threats

Cybersecurity centre warns of evolving ransomware tactics, state-sponsored threats

OTTAWA — The federal cybersecurity centre says criminals who hold data for ransom are expected to use new techniques — such as threatening a target's partners or clients — to increase their chances of receiving payment.
Explorer's cameras recovered after 85 years on Yukon glacier

Explorer's cameras recovered after 85 years on Yukon glacier

KLUANE NATIONAL PARK AND RESERVE — A cache of equipment belonging to explorer Bradford Washburn, including three of his cameras, has been retrieved from a Yukon glacier after 85 years.
Concordia University issues apology to Black community for history of racism

Concordia University issues apology to Black community for history of racism

Montreal's Concordia University issued a formal apology to Black communities on Friday for the harm caused by institutional racism and in particular for events that led to a landmark 1969 student protest.
U.S. secretary of state highlights shared interests with Canada during Montreal visit

U.S. secretary of state highlights shared interests with Canada during Montreal visit

MONTREAL — The United States needs Canada, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said during a visit to Montreal Friday as he highlighted his country's shared interests with its northern neighbour.
Montreal police open murder investigation after woman, 81, found dead in seniors home

Montreal police open murder investigation after woman, 81, found dead in seniors home

Montreal police say they've opened a homicide investigation into the death last week of an 81-year-old-woman at a seniors residence. Police spokesman Const. Julien Lévesque says paramedics notified police on Oct.