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Senators taking extra week off, extend adjournment to Feb. 8

Senators taking extra week off, extend adjournment to Feb. 8

OTTAWA — Canada's Senate is taking an additional week off before resuming work in Ottawa.
A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 news in Canada: — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that while he supports measures to encourage vaccination, he needs more details before taking a stance on Quebec's controversial plan to tax people who refuse a COVID-
Quebec house explosion: Police say dad 'blew himself up' and took his 2 kids with him

Quebec house explosion: Police say dad 'blew himself up' and took his 2 kids with him

SAGUENAY, Que. — A Quebec father deliberately caused an explosion in his home north of Quebec City to kill himself and his two young sons, provincial police said Wednesday.
Government extends repayment deadline to emergency business account to 2023

Government extends repayment deadline to emergency business account to 2023

OTTAWA — Businesses struggling under yet another round of lockdowns and capacity restrictions will have an extra year to repay emergency interest-free loans issued by the federal government, but business groups say that might not be enough breathing
'Nothing he couldn't do:' 101-year-old Métis veteran remembered for enduring legacy

'Nothing he couldn't do:' 101-year-old Métis veteran remembered for enduring legacy

A 101-year-old Métis veteran is being remembered for his powerful legacy, quiet strength and infinite kindness. Louis Roy died Tuesday at a long-term care home in the northern Saskatchewan village of Île-à-la-Crosse.
As supply chain issues persist, Champagne set to meet with industry

As supply chain issues persist, Champagne set to meet with industry

OTTAWA — Canada’s industry minister is set to meet with companies desperate for solutions to ease the flow of goods over the border and across the country.

Appeal Court cuts sentence in half for Alberta battered woman who killed her husband

EDMONTON — The Alberta Court of Appeal has cut in half the 18-year prison sentence for an Alberta woman who admitted to shooting her husband in the head and dumping his body in a pond.
Quebec judge suspends unvaccinated man's visitation rights with child

Quebec judge suspends unvaccinated man's visitation rights with child

MONTREAL — A Quebec Superior Court judge has temporarily suspended a father's right to see his child based on evidence that the man is not vaccinated against COVID-19 and appears to oppose government anti-pandemic health measures.
Quebec judge suspends unvaccinated man's visitation rights with child

Quebec judge suspends unvaccinated man's visitation rights with child

MONTREAL — A Quebec Superior Court judge has temporarily suspended a father's right to see his child based on evidence that the man is not vaccinated against COVID-19 and appears to oppose government anti-pandemic health measures.
As supply chain issues persist, Champagne set to meet with industry

As supply chain issues persist, Champagne set to meet with industry

OTTAWA — Canada’s industry minister is set to meet with companies desperate for solutions to ease the flow the goods over the border and across the country.