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Montreal admits sudden patio closing during busy Grand Prix night was unacceptable

Montreal admits sudden patio closing during busy Grand Prix night was unacceptable

MONTREAL — The City of Montreal has launched an investigation and suspended an employee after fire prevention officers ordered a number of restaurants to shut their packed outdoor seating areas at dinner time during the busy Grand Prix weekend.
Liberals say foreign meddling inquiry should look into MP allegations

Liberals say foreign meddling inquiry should look into MP allegations

OTTAWA — The Liberals support an effort to have the foreign interference inquiry investigate allegations against MPs, Democratic Institutions Minister Dominic LeBlanc said Monday.
Federal government to give Quebec $750 million for surge in temporary immigrants

Federal government to give Quebec $750 million for surge in temporary immigrants

QUÉBEC — Ottawa says it will give Quebec $750 million to help pay for a surge in temporary immigrants to the province, while committing to process asylum claims more quickly and better distribute would-be refugees across the country.
Oilers fever reaches Parliament Hill as MPs put aside team colours for NHL playoffs

Oilers fever reaches Parliament Hill as MPs put aside team colours for NHL playoffs

OTTAWA — They're not all on the same political team, but members of Parliament have caught the same fever.
Two First Nations bring court application to review $510M lawyer bill for treaty work

Two First Nations bring court application to review $510M lawyer bill for treaty work

OTTAWA — Two First Nations have launched a court application against the lawyers who helped bring forward a $10-billion settlement with Canada and Ontario, saying the $510 million they're set to be paid is too much.
Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

Union representing Canadian border agents moves strike deadline to Friday at midnight

OTTAWA — The union representing more than 9,000 Canada Border Services Agency employees says workers are set to strike on Friday if a deal is not reached with the federal government by then.
Freeland challenges Tories to take stand on capital gains changes with House motion

Freeland challenges Tories to take stand on capital gains changes with House motion

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland laid down a tax gauntlet for her Conservative opponents Monday, with a stand-alone motion making promised changes to capital gains taxes which will force the Conservatives to vote specifically on that measu
Church fire that consumed Group of Seven murals was 'heart-wrenching': priest

Church fire that consumed Group of Seven murals was 'heart-wrenching': priest

TORONTO — As investigators work to determine the cause of a devastating fire at a historic Toronto church, community members and art experts are mourning the loss of a sacred space that housed unique artwork by members of the Group of Seven.
Former top judge McLachlin exits Hong Kong court with 'confidence,' mum on repression

Former top judge McLachlin exits Hong Kong court with 'confidence,' mum on repression

OTTAWA — Canada's former top judge is ending her term on a high-level Hong Kong court, saying she has faith in that institution while keeping mum on democratic backsliding in the city-state.
Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

OTTAWA — Canada's privacy commissioner is teaming up with his U.K. counterpart to investigate a data breach discovered last year at 23andMe. Philippe Dufresne's office says the joint investigation with U.K.
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