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$900M B.C.-based hydrogen fuel network will create jobs while cutting emissions: Eby

$900M B.C.-based hydrogen fuel network will create jobs while cutting emissions: Eby

The Canada Infrastructure Bank is providing a $337 million loan toward a Vancouver company's plans to create a network of hydrogen factories and fuelling stations that could create nearly 300 jobs while cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Canada expects 'everyone' to abide by ICJ's latest Israel ruling, Trudeau says

Canada expects 'everyone' to abide by ICJ's latest Israel ruling, Trudeau says

OTTAWA — The International Court of Justice's latest ruling is in line with Canada's position on Israel's military operations in Rafah, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday. "Canada's position has been clear for many, many weeks now.
B.C. sex offender Randall Hopley gets another 18 months in jail after going on run

B.C. sex offender Randall Hopley gets another 18 months in jail after going on run

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia judge has ordered convicted sex offender Randall Hopley to spend another 18 months in jail after he pleaded guilty to breaching the conditions of his long-term supervision order on two occasions in 2022 and 2023.
Supreme Court upholds sexual assault conviction, affirms refusal of evidence

Supreme Court upholds sexual assault conviction, affirms refusal of evidence

OTTAWA — A man found guilty of sexually assaulting his long-time partner was properly denied a chance to present evidence about sexual activity they engaged in shortly before the offence, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Board orders deportation for trucker who caused horrific Humboldt Broncos crash

Board orders deportation for trucker who caused horrific Humboldt Broncos crash

CALGARY — The truck driver who caused the horrific bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team was ordered Friday to be deported to India.
CBSA union warns of June border disruptions following strike mandate

CBSA union warns of June border disruptions following strike mandate

OTTAWA — The union representing workers at the Canada Border Services Agency says a possible strike could affect Canada’s borders this summer.
In the news today: Toronto's decriminalization bid concerned feds

In the news today: Toronto's decriminalization bid concerned feds

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
Remains of unknown Newfoundland soldier who fought in France coming home this weekend

Remains of unknown Newfoundland soldier who fought in France coming home this weekend

HALIFAX — The remains of an unknown Newfoundland soldier who died in France during the First World War are expected to arrive Saturday in St. John’s, N.L., where preparations are being made for a solemn reburial ceremony on July 1.
Ottawa willing to add to list of medications covered by pharmacare bill: minister

Ottawa willing to add to list of medications covered by pharmacare bill: minister

OTTAWA — Health Minister Mark Holland says the government is open to adding more medications to the list of drugs covered by its proposed pharmacare program.
Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

RICHMOND, B.C. — Retailer London Drugs says cybercriminals who stole files from its corporate head office last month have released some of the data after it refused to pay a ransom. The Richmond, B.C.
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