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Canadian military trainers deal with mixed emotions as Ukrainians defend from Russia

Canadian military trainers deal with mixed emotions as Ukrainians defend from Russia

OTTAWA — Lt.-Col. Sarah Heer says it is absolutely "excruciating" watching from afar as friends and comrades that she helped train in the Ukrainian military a year ago are now forced to fight for their country.
Who's in, who's out and who else may enter the Conservative party leadership race

Who's in, who's out and who else may enter the Conservative party leadership race

OTTAWA — With Sept.10 picked as the date for when the Conservative Party of Canada will have a new leader, time is ticking for prospective candidates and their teams to get into place.
Ontario Tory MP Leslyn Lewis confirms second bid for party leader

Ontario Tory MP Leslyn Lewis confirms second bid for party leader

OTTAWA — Rookie Ontario MP Leslyn Lewis is taking a second run at the Conservative leadership.
Winnipeg zoo giving COVID-19 vaccine to 55 animals including tigers and snow leopards

Winnipeg zoo giving COVID-19 vaccine to 55 animals including tigers and snow leopards

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg zoo is giving a COVID-19 vaccine to some of its animals that are considered to be at greater risk of contracting the virus.
'We were 100 per cent sure.' Mounties mistakenly thought N.S. gunman had shot himself

'We were 100 per cent sure.' Mounties mistakenly thought N.S. gunman had shot himself

HALIFAX — It is one of the most perplexing aspects about the mass shooting in Nova Scotia that claimed 22 lives: after killing 13 people in Portapique, N.S., late on April 18, 2020, the killer decided it was time to rest for the night.
Legault picks April 11 for Montreal-area byelection after being accused of stalling

Legault picks April 11 for Montreal-area byelection after being accused of stalling

QUEBEC — Voters on Montreal's south shore will choose their new provincial legislature member on April 11.
Montreal police adding surveillance cameras to fight crime, worrying community groups

Montreal police adding surveillance cameras to fight crime, worrying community groups

Montreal police are planning to install nine more security cameras across the city in response to a rise in violent crime, but community groups are questioning whether the technology works to deter crime or is a waste of money.
Trudeau in Latvia, new Trans Mountain expansion conditions : In The News for March 8

Trudeau in Latvia, new Trans Mountain expansion conditions : In The News for March 8

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 March 8 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
B.C. adds conditions for Trans Mountain expansion, ministers say concerns remain

B.C. adds conditions for Trans Mountain expansion, ministers say concerns remain

VANCOUVER — British Columbia has amended the conditions of its environmental assessment certificate for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansionand told the federal government it still has concerns about its response to potential marine oil spills.
Poilievre's team takes aim at Charest's Conservative cred as his campaign takes shape

Poilievre's team takes aim at Charest's Conservative cred as his campaign takes shape

OTTAWA — A Conservative senator from Quebec helping Pierre Poilievre try to win leadership of the party is criticizing Jean Charest as a "Conservative of convenience," who on Monday nabbed an endorsement from another potential contender.