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In Kyiv, Trudeau signs new Ukraine security pact, marking two years since invasion

In Kyiv, Trudeau signs new Ukraine security pact, marking two years since invasion

KYIV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signed a new security agreement with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Saturday as world leaders gathered to mark the second anniversary of Russia's 2022 invasion.
Two years in, Ukraine-Russia conflict brings hard choices, fractured families

Two years in, Ukraine-Russia conflict brings hard choices, fractured families

CALGARY — For Ukrainians in country and as far away as Canada, Saturday’s grim second anniversary of the Russian invasion means reflection on lives lost, families shattered, hard choices made and even harder choices to come.
China wants Canadian private investment in Belt and Road projects, amid scrutiny

China wants Canadian private investment in Belt and Road projects, amid scrutiny

OTTAWA — China's ambassador in Ottawa says he wants Canadian business to collaborate with Beijing on its Belt and Road Initiative, amid scrutiny from Western governments.
Info watchdog investigating record destruction allegations related to ArriveCan app

Info watchdog investigating record destruction allegations related to ArriveCan app

OTTAWA — The federal information watchdog says she will look into allegations about destruction of records related to the controversial ArriveCan app.
Interference inquiry head says feds have signalled need for closed-door hearings

Interference inquiry head says feds have signalled need for closed-door hearings

OTTAWA — The head of a federal inquiry into foreign interference says the government has told her it will be necessary to hear some evidence behind closed doors.
Ottawa appeals court decision finding its use of Emergencies Act was unreasonable

Ottawa appeals court decision finding its use of Emergencies Act was unreasonable

Ottawa has filed to appeal a Federal Court decision that found its invocation of the Emergencies Act in response to the 2022 Freedom Convoy protests was unjustified.
Eby 'profoundly worried' about B.C. fire season as billions prepped for contingencies

Eby 'profoundly worried' about B.C. fire season as billions prepped for contingencies

VANCOUVER — Premier David Eby says he is "profoundly worried" about the potentially "terrible" wildfire season in British Columbia, a major reason why the province has set aside $10.6 billion in contingency funds over the next three years.
RCMP launches criminal investigation into 'alarming' breach of its networks

RCMP launches criminal investigation into 'alarming' breach of its networks

OTTAWA — The RCMP says it is "actively managing" a security breach that targeted its networks. Spokesperson Marie-Eve Breton says the police force has launched a criminal investigation.
NDP, Liberals strike deal to cover cost of diabetes medicines, birth control

NDP, Liberals strike deal to cover cost of diabetes medicines, birth control

The federal Liberals and New Democrats have reached a deal that would allow every Canadian with a health card to access free diabetes medication and birth control, the NDP confirmed Friday.
Police respond to war over drug territory in Quebec City and surrounding areas

Police respond to war over drug territory in Quebec City and surrounding areas

QUEBEC — Provincial police say they have launched an operation in response to rising violence between independent drug dealers and criminal biker gangs.