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Quebec moving day could see record number of tenants without somewhere to live

Quebec moving day could see record number of tenants without somewhere to live

A Quebec housing advocacy group says it's worried there will be a record number of households left without somewhere to live on the province’s July 1 moving day
Shortage of specialized infant formula to continue through summer: Health Canada

Shortage of specialized infant formula to continue through summer: Health Canada

MONTREAL — Health Canada says the nationwide shortage of specialized baby formula is expected to continue throughout the summer.

Paramedics strike at 40 Quebec ambulance services, want pay increase

MONTREAL — Paramedics working at 40 Quebec ambulance services across the province, including the provincial capital, began a strike today.
Court rejects bid by AFN National Chief RoseAnne Archibald to overturn suspension

Court rejects bid by AFN National Chief RoseAnne Archibald to overturn suspension

OTTAWA — The Assembly of First Nations says an Ontario court has rejected a bid by National Chief RoseAnne Archibald to overturn her recent suspension.
Gov. Gen. calls for kindness, inclusion; Ontario cuts gas tax: In The News for July 1

Gov. Gen. calls for kindness, inclusion; Ontario cuts gas tax: In The News for July 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 July 1 ... What we are watching in Canada ... Gov. Gen.

CFIA says several Enjoy Life brand bakery products may contain pieces of plastic

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling a number of different Enjoy Life brand bakery products because they may contain pieces of plastic.
Police make arrests after anti-vaccine mandate soldier leads march into Ottawa

Police make arrests after anti-vaccine mandate soldier leads march into Ottawa

OTTAWA — Police arrested four people in downtown Ottawa Thursday after a Canadian soldier charged for speaking out against COVID-19 vaccine requirements led a procession into the city and delivered a speech on "freedom" to a rapt crowd of about 1,200
Royal Canadian Navy relieves Pacific fleet ship commander for 'inappropriate conduct'

Royal Canadian Navy relieves Pacific fleet ship commander for 'inappropriate conduct'

OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Navy says it has relieved the commanding officer of a warship in the Pacific Fleet. In a release Thursday night, the navy says it has lost confidence in the judgment of Lt.-Cmdr. David Dallin of HMCS Regina.
'Sense of future' for Lytton if homes rebuilt by this time next year: B.C. minister

'Sense of future' for Lytton if homes rebuilt by this time next year: B.C. minister

LYTTON, B.C. — When a wildfire swept through Lytton, B.C., during a record-setting heat wave, Tricia Thorpe and her husband lost their house, barn, a woodworking shop and dozens of animals on their farm.
Spouse of gunman to testify at N.S. shooting hearings but won't be cross-examined

Spouse of gunman to testify at N.S. shooting hearings but won't be cross-examined

HALIFAX — The spouse of the gunman in the Nova Scotia mass shooting will testify mid-July before a public inquiry, but she won't face direct questions from lawyers representing victims' families.