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Non-citizens of Ukraine don't qualify for temporary refuge from war in Canada

Non-citizens of Ukraine don't qualify for temporary refuge from war in Canada

OTTAWA — Masouma Tajik fled Taliban rule in Afghanistan in August, leaving her life and family behind at only 22 years old, carrying just one backpack.
Trudeau consults with allies and Russia's relentless attack: In The News for Mar. 7

Trudeau consults with allies and Russia's relentless attack: In The News for Mar. 7

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 Mar.7 ... What we are watching in the world ...
'We took a lot of heat': Emails show how city, Nunavut handled Iqaluit water crisis

'We took a lot of heat': Emails show how city, Nunavut handled Iqaluit water crisis

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Emails between the City of Iqaluit and Nunavut Health Department staff show there was a debate over how to respond to the capital's water emergency last year.
Canada's Fernandez fights off 5 match points, outlasts Osorio in Monterrey Open final

Canada's Fernandez fights off 5 match points, outlasts Osorio in Monterrey Open final

MONTERREY, Mexico — Canada's Leylah Annie Fernandez has defended her title at the Monterrey Open. The 19-year-old from Laval, Que.
Trudeau arrives in U.K. to start four-country consult with allies on Ukraine response

Trudeau arrives in U.K. to start four-country consult with allies on Ukraine response

LONDON — As Olivia Milton and her husband packed up their four-year-year son up for trips to their Kyiv neighbourhood bomb shelter, they crafted a narrative to explain the flurry of activity to him.
Quebec doctors are providing virtual training for Ukrainian health-care workers

Quebec doctors are providing virtual training for Ukrainian health-care workers

MONTREAL — A group of Quebec doctors have created a series of virtual training materials on life-saving procedures for Ukrainian health-care workers suddenly working in a war zone. Trauma surgeon Dr.
More privacy breaches in handling of military sex misconduct settlement deal

More privacy breaches in handling of military sex misconduct settlement deal

OTTAWA — The company overseeing the federal government’s $900-million settlement deal with military members who experienced sexual misconduct in uniform has admitted to more privacy breaches.
Woman attacked at B.C. university campus remembered as kind, helpful

Woman attacked at B.C. university campus remembered as kind, helpful

VANCOUVER — A 24-year-old woman who was killed at a university in British Columbia is being remembered as a kind and bubbly person who'd celebrated the start of a new life in Canada.
'Line between life and death': Cousins used trapping skills, body spray to survive

'Line between life and death': Cousins used trapping skills, body spray to survive

Thomas Barnett looked to the dark sky and prayed. He prayed for wood and to stay awake despite signs of hypothermia creeping through his body. He prayed to see the morning sun and feel its heat.
Nova Scotia Mounties should be compelled to testify at mass shooting inquiry: experts

Nova Scotia Mounties should be compelled to testify at mass shooting inquiry: experts

HALIFAX — Public trust in the inquiry investigating the mass shooting in Nova Scotia almost two years ago would be undermined if the RCMP officers involved are not compelled to testify, legal experts say.