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Military's water treatment system in Iqaluit stopped after high winds knock down tent

Military's water treatment system in Iqaluit stopped after high winds knock down tent

IQALUIT — The Canadian military says it has temporarily stopped its water treatment operations in Iqaluit after high winds knocked down one of its tents.
Chinese telecom firm seeks stay of federal national security divestment order

Chinese telecom firm seeks stay of federal national security divestment order

OTTAWA — A state-owned Chinese telecommunications firm is asking a judge to pause a federal order to divest its stake in a Canadian subsidiary over national security concerns while broader arguments play out in court.
First postelection question period picks up where campaign partisanship left off

First postelection question period picks up where campaign partisanship left off

OTTAWA — Members of Parliament wasted no time Wednesday plunging back into fractious partisanship. In the first question period since the Sept.
COVID-19 vaccinations for Yukon kids to start in early December: premier

COVID-19 vaccinations for Yukon kids to start in early December: premier

WHITEHORSE — COVID-19 vaccinations for children in Yukon between the ages of five and 11 will start in early December.
Quebec, Saskatchewan, Manitoba children start getting COVID shots as rollout ramps up

Quebec, Saskatchewan, Manitoba children start getting COVID shots as rollout ramps up

MONTREAL — There were stickers, therapy dogs, superheroes — and yes, a few tears — as Quebec and Saskatchewan children between the ages of five and 11 began receiving COVID-19 shots at mass vaccination clinics on Wednesday.
Flooding reported in Cape Breton and western Newfoundland as storm stalls over region

Flooding reported in Cape Breton and western Newfoundland as storm stalls over region

Torrential rain flooded basements and washed out roads and bridges in western Cape Breton and southwestern Newfoundland on Wednesday, as a huge storm spent a third day slowly trudging over Atlantic Canada.
Iran tampered with victims' electronic devices in aftermath of PS752 downing: report

Iran tampered with victims' electronic devices in aftermath of PS752 downing: report

OTTAWA — A new report is accusing Iranian authorities of tampering with the electronic devices and misidentifying the remains of some of the passengers killed on Ukrainian Airlines Flight 752.
Government opens College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants

Government opens College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants

OTTAWA — The federal government has opened a new college to regulate immigration consultants and armed it with stronger authorities than the past regulator.
Conservatives must be professional, show they are an alternative to Trudeau: O'Toole

Conservatives must be professional, show they are an alternative to Trudeau: O'Toole

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole and his caucus put on a show of solidarity Wednesday, exactly a week after he had to explain why he dumped a senator for publicly denouncing his leadership.
Annual cost of prison isolation units to be $2.8 million each, budget officer says

Annual cost of prison isolation units to be $2.8 million each, budget officer says

OTTAWA — A new analysis by the parliamentary budget officer says the annual cost of units for keeping federal prisoners apart from the general jail population will be $2.8 million apiece by 2026-27.
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