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Ottawa supports premiers' call for health-care deal reviews: Duclos

Ottawa supports premiers' call for health-care deal reviews: Duclos

The federal government supports calls from the premiers to establish a five-year review of health-care funding, Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said in a letter to his Ontario counterpart.
Funeral held for four-year-old boy killed in Quebec bus crash last week

Funeral held for four-year-old boy killed in Quebec bus crash last week

MONTREAL — The sound of church bells rang out in Laval, Que., on Thursday as family and friends bade an emotional farewell to one of the two young children killed when a bus crashed into a daycare last week.
B.C. high court orders three Hells Angels clubhouses forfeited to the province

B.C. high court orders three Hells Angels clubhouses forfeited to the province

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's Appeal Court has overturned a lower-court ruling and ordered the Hells Angels motorcycle club to surrender three properties under the province's Civil Forfeiture Act.
'Wake-up call:' Flying objects raise concerns about Arctic security

'Wake-up call:' Flying objects raise concerns about Arctic security

YELLOWKNIFE — Some politicians and researchers say four flying objects that were discovered, tracked and shot down over U.S. and Canadian airspace in recent weeks highlight the need to improve security in Canada's Arctic.
In The News for Feb. 16 : How can MPs spot and protect against foreign interference?

In The News for Feb. 16 : How can MPs spot and protect against foreign interference?

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 Feb. 16 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
MPs ask CSIS to help them spot foreign interference

MPs ask CSIS to help them spot foreign interference

OTTAWA — Some members of Parliament say they have no idea how to spot foreign interference, as Canada's spy agency warns that all elected officials are targets for hostile states.
Federal audit finds Hockey Canada did not use public funds for legal settlements

Federal audit finds Hockey Canada did not use public funds for legal settlements

OTTAWA — An audit commissioned by the federal government has found that Hockey Canada did not use public funds to settle sexual assault cases or pay for related legal fees.
Trudeau arrives in Bahamas to meet Caribbean leaders as Haiti crisis deepens

Trudeau arrives in Bahamas to meet Caribbean leaders as Haiti crisis deepens

NASSAU, Bahamas — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in the Bahamas on Wednesday afternoon, where members of the Caribbean Community are gathering to discuss regional issues, including the deepening crisis in Haiti.
Committee studying assisted dying calls for more engagement from government

Committee studying assisted dying calls for more engagement from government

OTTAWA — A parliamentary committee has made 23 recommendations to improve Canada's assisted-dying regime.
Crown acknowledges that sentence of N.B. Mountie killer should be reduced

Crown acknowledges that sentence of N.B. Mountie killer should be reduced

FREDERICTON — Crown prosecutors have formally acknowledged that the sentence for a New Brunswick man who fatally shot three Mounties must be amended so he can apply for parole after serving 25 years.