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Police describe chaotic moments after they burst into Fredericton shooter's apartment

Police describe chaotic moments after they burst into Fredericton shooter's apartment

FREDERICTON — Members of an RCMP team who responded to a mass killing in Fredericton two years ago told jurors Thursday about the moment they entered the suspect's apartment and wrestled away his gun. "I thought one of us was going to get shot," Cpl.
Teachers worried about their health, quality of education as they deal with COVID-19

Teachers worried about their health, quality of education as they deal with COVID-19

OTTAWA — Kelly Main says she has never felt as exhausted and stressed during her 27 years of teaching high school as she has since returning to the classroom this fall during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greens say fundraising error is less than $10K but Murray camp is not so sure

Greens say fundraising error is less than $10K but Murray camp is not so sure

OTTAWA — The Green Party of Canada says the amount of money accidentally deposited with the party rather than Glen Murray's leadership campaign adds up to less than $10,000.
Infrastructure bank to invest $10 billion in priority areas for pandemic recovery

Infrastructure bank to invest $10 billion in priority areas for pandemic recovery

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is promising to finally spend $10 billion that has sat in the accounts of its infrastructure financing agency for years, hoping to create thousands of post-pandemic jobs.
Military base housing Canadian troops attacked as U.S.-Iraq tensions escalate

Military base housing Canadian troops attacked as U.S.-Iraq tensions escalate

OTTAWA — Canadian troops risk being caught in the middle of escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iraq, even as the six-year-old fight against the Islamic State group morphs into a geopolitical struggle between Washington and Iran.
Manitoba's chief public health officer discusses lessons learned during pandemic

Manitoba's chief public health officer discusses lessons learned during pandemic

WINNIPEG — A little more than six months into Manitoba's COVID-19 state of emergency, the province's chief public health officer says there have been lessons learned in terms of fighting the novel coronavirus and of keeping the public on track about
Infrastructure announcement and Shawn Mendes: In The News for Oct. 1

Infrastructure announcement and Shawn Mendes: In The News for Oct. 1

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 Oct. 1 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

Lawyer representing youths says court has role in climate change lawsuit

VANCOUVER — A lawyer representing 15 youths who accuse the federal government for breaching their constitutional rights by failing to properly address climate change says the courts have a definite role to play in determining the lawsuit's outcome.

In-school vaccination programs moved to clinics, doctors' offices: officials

Vaccines normally offered in school to Grade 7 students will instead be delivered at community clinics and doctors' offices in parts of Ontario, meaning parents will have to make arrangements to ensure their children are immunized.
Seven survivors of Alberta tour bus rollover near Jasper file lawsuit

Seven survivors of Alberta tour bus rollover near Jasper file lawsuit

EDMONTON — A northern Alberta woman who survived a fatal tour bus crash in Jasper National Park this summer says she is one of the lucky ones, but her recovery will be long and painful. Sweta Patel, 27, from High Prairie, Alta.