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Hawks to hummingbirds: Study finds roads quieted by COVID-19 fill with birdsong

Hawks to hummingbirds: Study finds roads quieted by COVID-19 fill with birdsong

New research shows that roads and runways quieted by COVID-19 are filling with birdsong instead.
Bus driver in deadly 2019 Ottawa crash found not guilty on all charges

Bus driver in deadly 2019 Ottawa crash found not guilty on all charges

OTTAWA — The lawyers for an Ottawa bus driver charged in connection with a deadly crash in 2019 say their client's acquittal has been a long time coming.
Liberals to face pressure to move quickly on fiscal plan as fourth wave hits economy

Liberals to face pressure to move quickly on fiscal plan as fourth wave hits economy

OTTAWA — The Trudeau Liberals may soon start feeling the pressure to move quickly on spending and tax plans, buoyed by a more optimistic outlook for federal finances and an electorate the parties have said is eager to see more policy-making than poli
Jenica Atwin wins re-election after switch from Greens to Liberals in Fredericton

Jenica Atwin wins re-election after switch from Greens to Liberals in Fredericton

FREDERICTON — It took a couple of extra days to complete the counting, but Jenica Atwin has been re-elected in the riding of Fredericton — this time for the Liberals — by a slim margin of just over 500 votes.

New provincial vaccine passports; climate and the election: In The News for Sept. 22

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. 22 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney battles COVID-19 hospital crisis, internal party revolt

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney battles COVID-19 hospital crisis, internal party revolt

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, facing a mushrooming COVID-19 hospital crisis that now threatens to topple him as leader, accepted the resignation of his health minister Tuesday.
O'Toole triggers campaign review after loss, saying no one more disappointed than him

O'Toole triggers campaign review after loss, saying no one more disappointed than him

OTTAWA — The Conservatives will review their disappointing election loss, Erin O'Toole said Tuesday as he underscored his commitment to ensuring the party is battle-ready for the next campaign.
Three new Indigenous MPs secure ridings for NDP and Conservative parties

Three new Indigenous MPs secure ridings for NDP and Conservative parties

There are likely to be three new Indigenous members of Parliament in the House of Commons following a federal election that had a record number of First Nations, Métis and Inuit candidates.
After the election, should Ottawa be making a bigger fuss about Canada-U.S. border?

After the election, should Ottawa be making a bigger fuss about Canada-U.S. border?

WASHINGTON — With the federal election in the books and the United States clearly in no hurry to reopen the Canada-U.S.
Did Bernier's party split votes on the right? The answer is nuanced, expert says

Did Bernier's party split votes on the right? The answer is nuanced, expert says

OTTAWA — If Conservative incumbent James Cumming narrowly loses his seat to the Liberals, he might want to blame Brock Crocker.