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Police end Amber Alert after two missing Quebec children found safe

Police end Amber Alert after two missing Quebec children found safe

QUÉBEC — Police in Quebec have ended an Amber Alert after the two-year-old boy and three-year-old girl at the centre of the search were found safe. The alert was cancelled at around 3:30 p.m.
Judge grants partial injunction against pro-Palestinian encampment at Montreal's UQAM

Judge grants partial injunction against pro-Palestinian encampment at Montreal's UQAM

MONTREAL — A judge has granted Université du Québec à Montréal a partial injunction against pro-Palestinian protesters who set up an encampment on its downtown campus earlier this month. Superior Court Justice Louis J.
Ottawa working on artificial intelligence strategy for the public service

Ottawa working on artificial intelligence strategy for the public service

OTTAWA — Ottawa is developing a new artificial intelligence strategy for federal government operations, Treasury Board President Anita Anand said Monday.
A correction to a May 26 story about disease and climate change

A correction to a May 26 story about disease and climate change

A story about disease and climate change published by The Canadian Press on Sunday, May 26, incorrectly said that Victoria Ng, senior scientific evaluator for the Public Health Agency of Canada, lives in Windsor, Ont. She does not. The Canadian Press
As Canada warms, infectious disease risks spread north

As Canada warms, infectious disease risks spread north

It was 15 years ago that Ontario student Justin Wood started feeling sick. A keen soccer player, snowboarder and mountain biker, Wood said he didn't know the cause but he had to "back off from playing sports and back off from academics.
Canada mulls Chinese EV tariff following U.S. move but is not committing to it

Canada mulls Chinese EV tariff following U.S. move but is not committing to it

OTTAWA — Canada is looking at the massive new U.S. import tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles imposed by President Joe Biden earlier this month, but is not making any commitment to following suit north of the border.
In the news today: U of T protesters plan rally at encampment site

In the news today: U of T protesters plan rally at encampment site

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Search for truth goes on, regardless of killer Pickton's fate, say victims' advocates

Search for truth goes on, regardless of killer Pickton's fate, say victims' advocates

VANCOUVER — Advocates for alleged victims of British Columbia serial killer Robert Pickton say they remain focused on getting justice for the women, as Pickton lies in a Quebec hospital in a coma after being attacked in prison.
Evacuation orders in and around Fort Nelson, B.C., lift Monday morning: mayor

Evacuation orders in and around Fort Nelson, B.C., lift Monday morning: mayor

FORT NELSON, B.C. — Residents of Fort Nelson, B.C. and the Fort Nelson First Nation will be able to return home as of 8 a.m. on Monday morning, weeks after wildfires forced thousands to evacuate.
Police say two people killed in plane crash near Squamish, B.C.

Police say two people killed in plane crash near Squamish, B.C.

SQUAMISH, B.C. — Mounties say two people have died following a plane crash near Squamish, B.C.
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