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Haitian leaders must all agree if Canada leads military intervention: Trudeau

Haitian leaders must all agree if Canada leads military intervention: Trudeau

DJERBA, Tunisia — Canadian military intervention in Haiti can't happen unless all political parties in the troubled nation agree to it, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday.
Dramatic week ahead as Trudeau, ministers testify at Emergencies Act inquiry

Dramatic week ahead as Trudeau, ministers testify at Emergencies Act inquiry

OTTAWA — The final sprint is on at the Public Order Emergency Commission, which has already heard from more than 60 witnesses over five weeks on the government's response to last winter's "Freedom Convoy" protests.
Canada soccer fans opt for communal viewings of 'monumental' World Cup appearance

Canada soccer fans opt for communal viewings of 'monumental' World Cup appearance

Kyla Rose was still a few months away from being born the last time Canada played in the FIFA World Cup in 1986.
Climate Changed: Rising oceans, storm surges 'disaster in slow motion' for coasts

Climate Changed: Rising oceans, storm surges 'disaster in slow motion' for coasts

Tides are rising, sands are shifting and coastlines are crumbling. As studies warn of rising seas and accelerated erosion resulting from climate change, coastal communities in Canada are wondering what the future holds.
All of Russia's neighbours are in danger, Latvian military chief says

All of Russia's neighbours are in danger, Latvian military chief says

RIGA, Latvia — All countries neighbouring Russia are currently in danger, according to the assessment of a senior officer from a country currently receiving military support from Canada.
Elizabeth May elected Green leader again, to share burden with Jonathan Pedneault

Elizabeth May elected Green leader again, to share burden with Jonathan Pedneault

OTTAWA — After a disappointing federal election result, internal conflicts spilling into the open and a downward trend in fundraising, the federal Green Party nameda familiar faceas its leader Saturday night, although she will not be doing it alone.
Trudeau at French-speaking summit in Tunisia amid 'battle of influence' for Africa

Trudeau at French-speaking summit in Tunisia amid 'battle of influence' for Africa

DJERBA, Tunisia — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began a brief visit to Africa on Saturday as part of what his foreign affairs minister described as a fight for power on the continent between democratic and authoritarian states.
P.E.I. woman scrambles to save beloved horse from slaughterhouse

P.E.I. woman scrambles to save beloved horse from slaughterhouse

Tyra Perry sat bolt upright in her bed early on Nov. 4. She says her hands shook as she held her phone and read the message: Mittcent Vangogh, the gentle racehorse she had grown to love, was being taken to a slaughterhouse. "I jumped out of bed.
Here’s how Canada stacks up against other countries when it comes to high inflation

Here’s how Canada stacks up against other countries when it comes to high inflation

OTTAWA — Decades-high inflation has Canadians worried about the rising cost of living, but as gloomy as things may seem, Canada appears to be faring better than many other major economies.
No winning ticket sold for Friday's $43 million Lotto Max jackpot

No winning ticket sold for Friday's $43 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Friday's Lotto Max $43 million draw. The jackpot for the next draw on Nov. 22 will be an estimated $50 million, with two Maxmillion prizes of $1 million each up for grabs. The Canadian Press