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Montreal-area commuter rail service to resume after dismantling of blockade

Montreal-area commuter rail service to resume after dismantling of blockade

MONTREAL — A Montreal-area commuter rail line will be up and running again this afternoon following more than three weeks of service disruption by a rail blockade on the Mohawk territory of Kahnawake.
RCMP helping Ukrainian investigation into Iran's downing of Flight PS752

RCMP helping Ukrainian investigation into Iran's downing of Flight PS752

OTTAWA — The RCMP is helping Ukrainian authorities in a criminal investigation of the downing of Flight PS752, Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says.
Critic questions Sask. Party for leaving fed money on the table to build more shelters

Critic questions Sask. Party for leaving fed money on the table to build more shelters

Closing out the first week of the spring sitting at the Legislature, deputy leader and Corrections and Policing critic Nicole Sarauer questioned the Sask. Party’s ability to fund a growing problem in the province, women fleeing domestic violence.
Police seeking suspects after abducted Toronto teen found safe, police say

Police seeking suspects after abducted Toronto teen found safe, police say

TORONTO — A 14-year-old boy abducted from a Toronto street as payback for his stepbrother's alleged criminal activity has been safely reunited with his family, the city's police chief said Friday as he appealed for the public's help in the case.
Canada added 30,300 jobs in February, unemployment rate 5.6 per cent

Canada added 30,300 jobs in February, unemployment rate 5.6 per cent

OTTAWA — The unemployment rate in Canada nudged up a tenth of a percentage point to 5.
Ontario Liberals to pick new leader to succeed Kathleen Wynne

Ontario Liberals to pick new leader to succeed Kathleen Wynne

TORONTO — Ontario Liberals will gather this weekend to select their new leader, a person who will face the daunting task of whipping a decimated party back into fighting form in time for an election just over two years away.
More COVID-19 cases and 'The Kids in the Hall' return; In The News for March 6

More COVID-19 cases and 'The Kids in the Hall' return; In The News for March 6

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 6 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Recognition of title rights 'still a struggle' for First Nation after court win

Recognition of title rights 'still a struggle' for First Nation after court win

VANCOUVER — As members of the Wet'suwet'en Nation mull a draft deal over rights and title, another Indigenous community knows what that kind of recognition could look like.
Indigenous experts call for return of countless treasured belongings held in museums

Indigenous experts call for return of countless treasured belongings held in museums

VANCOUVER — Countless treasured Indigenous cultural objects and ancestral remains are held by museums in Canada and across the world, and local communities and human rights experts say it's time they are returned according to the United Nations Decla
NewsAlert: Toronto boy abducted over drug debt found safe, police say

NewsAlert: Toronto boy abducted over drug debt found safe, police say

Toronto police say a 14-year-old boy who was the subject of an Amber Alert has been found safe after he was allegedly abducted on his way to school. In a tweet Thursday night, police say the teen was taken to hospital for a medical checkup.