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Front-loaded, cold and snowy winter ahead, Weather Network forecast suggests

Front-loaded, cold and snowy winter ahead, Weather Network forecast suggests

Canadians enjoying a brief relief from the onset of winter-like conditions may want to enjoy the temperatures while they can because The Weather Network is forecasting a colder than normal start to winter across most of the country.
In The News for Nov. 29: How much did Canada's economy grow in September?

In The News for Nov. 29: How much did Canada's economy grow in September?

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 Nov. 29 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Emergencies Act inquiry to hear from experts on misinformation, social media

Emergencies Act inquiry to hear from experts on misinformation, social media

OTTAWA — A public inquiry is turning its attention to the role of online misinformation this morning as it continues probing Ottawa's use of emergency legislation to quell last winter's "Freedom Convoy" protests.
From jihadism to far-right violence: Montreal anti-radicalization centre shifts focus

From jihadism to far-right violence: Montreal anti-radicalization centre shifts focus

Montreal's anti-radicalization centre no longer occupies the same spacious offices that once received high-profile visitors such as then-UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon.
Canadian agriculture groups hope new Indo-Pacific strategy leads to trade deals

Canadian agriculture groups hope new Indo-Pacific strategy leads to trade deals

OTTAWA — Agriculture commodity groups are applauding the Liberal government’s long-awaited Indo-Pacific strategy and hoping it will lead to more, and better, free trade deals.
New stats suggest Canadians already kicking some plastic habits as national ban looms

New stats suggest Canadians already kicking some plastic habits as national ban looms

OTTAWA — Canadians appear to be slowly cutting back on their use of plastic straws and grocery bags ahead of a national ban on such items that will take effect next month, new statistics show.
Ukraine says atrocities uncovered as Russian troops withdraw could amount to genocide

Ukraine says atrocities uncovered as Russian troops withdraw could amount to genocide

KYIV, Ukraine — As the Ukrainian army liberates territory from Russian occupation, authorities say they are finding evidence of atrocities and crimes against humanity that could amount to genocide.
Mother of Cree teen who died in B.C. group home testifies at coroner's inquest

Mother of Cree teen who died in B.C. group home testifies at coroner's inquest

BURNABY, B.C.
'Horrific attack': Trudeau visits Saskatchewan First Nation rocked by mass killing

'Horrific attack': Trudeau visits Saskatchewan First Nation rocked by mass killing

JAMES SMITH CREE NATION, SASK. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walked through blowing snow Monday to lay tobacco on the graves of victims of a mass stabbing before listening to family members who have been grieving for nearly three months.
Opposition, experts praise new Indo-Pacific strategy but want implementation plan

Opposition, experts praise new Indo-Pacific strategy but want implementation plan

OTTAWA — Opposition parties and geopolitical experts say the Liberals' new Indo-Pacific strategy needs an implementation plan.
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