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1 in 8 pregnant people have disabilities but face lack of accessible care: report

1 in 8 pregnant people have disabilities but face lack of accessible care: report

One in eight pregnant people in Ontario has a disability, but many face barriers to accessible care and disrespect from health-care providers, a new report published Tuesday says.
In the news today: U of T seeks court injunction to clear encampment

In the news today: U of T seeks court injunction to clear encampment

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Suspected tornado damages homes and barns in Quebec, but no injuries reported

Suspected tornado damages homes and barns in Quebec, but no injuries reported

RIGAUD, Que. — A suspected tornado that touched down in southwestern Quebec late Monday afternoon has damaged homes and farm buildings, but a local fire official said no injuries have been reported.
Spy watchdog's foreign meddling review finds 'unacceptable gaps' in accountability

Spy watchdog's foreign meddling review finds 'unacceptable gaps' in accountability

OTTAWA — The Canadian Security Intelligence Service and Public Safety Canada lacked a system for tracking who received and read specific intelligence on foreign interference, creating "unacceptable gaps in accountability," the national spy watchdog h
Firefighters hang out welcome banners as evacuees return to Fort Nelson, B.C.

Firefighters hang out welcome banners as evacuees return to Fort Nelson, B.C.

FORT NELSON, B.C. — For more than two weeks, firefighters battled to bring the Parker Lake wildfire threatening the northeast B.C. community of Fort Nelson under control.
Saskatchewan cabinet minister says family helped jog memory of gun in legislature

Saskatchewan cabinet minister says family helped jog memory of gun in legislature

REGINA — A Saskatchewan cabinet minister who initially told the premier he didn't bring a long gun into the legislature, only to reverse himself days later, says talks with family members helped jog his memory.
B.C. universities focus on talks with encamped protesters as others take legal action

B.C. universities focus on talks with encamped protesters as others take legal action

VANCOUVER — Some Canadian universities are taking legal action to end pro-Palestinian encampments on their campuses, but three schools in British Columbia are taking less confrontational approaches.
U of T seeking injunction to clear protest encampment from downtown campus

U of T seeking injunction to clear protest encampment from downtown campus

TORONTO — Nearly a month after pro-Palestinian protesters set up an encampment at the University of Toronto, the school turned to the courts Monday in an effort to clear the demonstration, arguing it was causing irreparable harm to the institution.
Cattle rustling comes to Quebec as police investigate suspected theft of entire herd

Cattle rustling comes to Quebec as police investigate suspected theft of entire herd

MONTREAL — Jonathan Fortin woke up Friday morning to check on his herd of Black Angus cattle, only to find his field was empty.
University presidents say there's more work to do to combat antisemitism on campuses

University presidents say there's more work to do to combat antisemitism on campuses

OTTAWA — Four university presidents conceded to members of Parliament today that antisemitism is a problem on their campuses.
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