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Saskatchewan residents with low incomes worry about not getting carbon rebate

Saskatchewan residents with low incomes worry about not getting carbon rebate

REGINA — Alan Holman says the carbon rebate he gets four times a year from the federal government is crucial for his household budget.
City of Prince Rupert says 19 eagles dead at landfill due to 'deleterious' substance

City of Prince Rupert says 19 eagles dead at landfill due to 'deleterious' substance

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — The City of Prince Rupert says 19 eagles are dead after someone dumped an unknown "deleterious substance" at a local landfill on Friday.
Montreal winter second-warmest on record, Environment Canada says

Montreal winter second-warmest on record, Environment Canada says

MONTREAL — From a green Christmas to a hibernating bear's early wake-up, Montreal's 2023-24 winter season has been the second-warmest since record-keeping began in 1871, an Environment Canada meteorologist said.
Canada sanctions more Russian officials in response to death of opposition leader

Canada sanctions more Russian officials in response to death of opposition leader

OTTAWA — Canada's foreign affairs minister has announced another round of sanctions against the Russian government, which she says are in response to last month's death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and Russia’s "continued gross and sys
Inaccurate data on forest fuels may stoke B.C. wildfires, study finds

Inaccurate data on forest fuels may stoke B.C. wildfires, study finds

VANCOUVER — Wildfire fighting and forest management decisions are potentially being hampered by inaccurate government data that misrepresents forest fuel loads in British Columbia's Interior, a new study has found. The B.C.
AI has come for music. So far, there's a Great Big Sea between people and algorithms

AI has come for music. So far, there's a Great Big Sea between people and algorithms

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Trudeau meets Italian PM Meloni in Toronto, pair agrees to 'roadmap' for cooperation

Trudeau meets Italian PM Meloni in Toronto, pair agrees to 'roadmap' for cooperation

TORONTO — A reception meant to cap off a day of meetings between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Italian counterpart was abruptly cancelled on Saturday after protesters blocked entrances to the venue and kept key figures, including the guests o
Quebec Appeal Court Bill 21 ruling fuels debate on notwithstanding clause

Quebec Appeal Court Bill 21 ruling fuels debate on notwithstanding clause

MONTREAL — Hours after Quebec's highest court upheld his state secularism law, Premier François Legault was triumphant. The decision was "a great victory for the nation of Quebec," he said in a brief statement to reporters Thursday.
Quebec SAQ liquor store employees give green light for limited strike

Quebec SAQ liquor store employees give green light for limited strike

MONTREAL — Members of a union representing more than 5,000 Société des alcools du Québec employees have voted in favour of a strike that threatens to temporarily close some of the province's government-owned liquor stores.
Skiing or golf? Spring break choices follow Canada's weird winter

Skiing or golf? Spring break choices follow Canada's weird winter

VANCOUVER — Bin Xie's children typically spend spring break at ski camps but, after unseasonably warm and unpredictable weather upended much of this year's ski season, his family decided to rent an RV to go camping in British Columbia's Interior inst
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