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Several tight races may not have an elected MP until the end of the week

Several tight races may not have an elected MP until the end of the week

OTTAWA — Several federal ridings may not have an elected member of Parliament until Thursday or even Friday, as Elections Canada begins the arduous task of verifying and counting more than one million mail-in ballots.
Liberal election victory and next steps in Ottawa: In The News for Sept. 21

Liberal election victory and next steps in Ottawa: In The News for Sept. 21

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 Sept. 21 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
The latest on results and developments in Canada's 44th general election

The latest on results and developments in Canada's 44th general election

OTTAWA — The latest on developments and results in the federal election. All times are eastern. 2:32 a.m. Former Ontario provincial cabinet ministers will be heading to Ottawa in droves.

Justin Trudeau's Liberals win third term but fall short of securing majority

OTTAWA — Canadians have chosen another minority Liberal government — almost identical to the one it replaced — to finish the fight against COVID-19 and rebuild the shattered economy.
Canadian Press NewsAlert: Liberals will not win enough seats for majority government

Canadian Press NewsAlert: Liberals will not win enough seats for majority government

OTTAWA — The Canadian Press is projecting the Liberals have won enough seats to stay in power with a minority government but have fallen short of winning a majority.
Pfizer Canada cites 'urgency' in plans to seek authorization for kids' COVID vaccine

Pfizer Canada cites 'urgency' in plans to seek authorization for kids' COVID vaccine

Pfizer Canada says it plans to provide Health Canada with data showing its COVID-19 vaccine works for children in a bid to seek authorization "as early as possible.
White House plan to allow foreign visitors silent on easing Canada-U.S. restrictions

White House plan to allow foreign visitors silent on easing Canada-U.S. restrictions

WASHINGTON — The White House overhauled some of its international travel restrictions Monday, but left in place a controversial ban on travel across the Canada-U.S.
Coast guard helps in RCMP search for fishers, as father calls for all-out effort

Coast guard helps in RCMP search for fishers, as father calls for all-out effort

MARY'S HARBOUR, N.L. — A coast guard vessel and a provincial water bomber continued a search Monday for two missing fishermen, after the father of one of the lost men called on Ottawa to resume a full search off the coast of Labrador.
Eight hurt after fire at lumber-drying facility southeast of Quebec City

Eight hurt after fire at lumber-drying facility southeast of Quebec City

BEAUCEVILLE, Que. — Quebec provincial police say eight people were injured in an early morning fire at a lumber-drying facility southeast of Quebec City. Provincial police say they received 911 calls around 7:30 a.m.
Fortin's lawyers give Crown documents in military officer's sex assault case

Fortin's lawyers give Crown documents in military officer's sex assault case

A lawyer for Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin revealed in court on Monday that the senior military officer's legal team has given the Crown documents they believe are pertinent to their client's sexual assault case.