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Coroner's inquest opens into case of two girls murdered in 2020 by their father

Coroner's inquest opens into case of two girls murdered in 2020 by their father

QUEBEC — The mother of two Quebec girls killed by their father in July 2020 told the opening of a coroner's inquest Monday she still has no explanation for why Martin Carpentier committed such heinous crimes.
Canadian jets still waiting for advanced missiles U.S. used to destroy flying objects

Canadian jets still waiting for advanced missiles U.S. used to destroy flying objects

OTTAWA — Canadian fighter jets still have not been armed with the type of missiles used by the American military to bring down four airborne objects in recent weeks, more than two years after such missiles were ordered. The U.S.
Major parties support quick passage of Liberal law delaying assisted dying expansion

Major parties support quick passage of Liberal law delaying assisted dying expansion

OTTAWA — All major parties in the House of Commons are signaling they will support a Liberal bill that would further delay the expansion of medically assisted dying to people whose sole condition is a mental disorder.
Canadian Heritage changes vetting process for anti-racism funds after nixing contract

Canadian Heritage changes vetting process for anti-racism funds after nixing contract

OTTAWA — Canadian Heritage has changed the way it vets funding requests for community and anti-racism projects after it cut ties with an organization that was accused of antisemitism.
Imperial Oil files cleanup plan for tailings leak in Alberta, won't disclose details

Imperial Oil files cleanup plan for tailings leak in Alberta, won't disclose details

Imperial Oil Ltd. has filed a plan for the interim cleanup of one of the largest oilpatch spills in Alberta history but hasn't released any details on the plan or the two toxic releases at its Kearl oilsands mine.
Turkish excavators search in rubble where Canadian woman last heard from

Turkish excavators search in rubble where Canadian woman last heard from

HALIFAX — Excavation equipment started moving rubble Monday at the scene of destruction where a Canadian woman was last heard from during a massive earthquake in Turkey, her brother said. The Feb.
Federal justice minister orders appeal for Manitoba man in murder case

Federal justice minister orders appeal for Manitoba man in murder case

WINNIPEG — Robert Sanderson will get a chance to clear his name after spending more than two decades behind bars on a murder conviction the federal justice minister says was a likely miscarriage of justice.
John Tory to stay on as mayor of Toronto for budget process

John Tory to stay on as mayor of Toronto for budget process

TORONTO — John Tory will stay on as Toronto's mayor to see his budget get debated at city council, his office said Monday, despite his announcement last week that he planned to resign following an affair with a former staffer.
The truth is down there: Canada helps U.S. search Lake Huron for latest object debris

The truth is down there: Canada helps U.S. search Lake Huron for latest object debris

WASHINGTON — A Canadian Coast Guard vessel churned across the Great Lakes to join the search for answers Monday after U.S.
Yukon celebrates 50th anniversary of watershed self-governance meeting

Yukon celebrates 50th anniversary of watershed self-governance meeting

WHITEHORSE — For Peter Johnston, grand chief of the Council of Yukon First Nations, the history of the territory's modern self-government agreements runs in his blood. On Feb.