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Global Vegetarian Foods says products may contain egg not declared on label

A recall has been issued for certain vegan and vegetarian products sold by Global Vegetarian Foods under multiple brand names because they may contain egg not listed on the label.

One winning ticket sold in B.C. for Tuesday's $70 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — A Lotto Max ticket holder in British Columbia is waking up $70 million richer. One winning ticket was sold in Tuesday's Lotto Max draw, which also saw five of the 13 available Maxmillions prizes of $1 million claimed.
CP NewsAlert: B.C. judge denies injunction extension over Fairy Creek logging

CP NewsAlert: B.C. judge denies injunction extension over Fairy Creek logging

VICTORIA — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has denied a forest company's application to extend an injunction against blockades by people opposed to the logging of old-growth trees in the Fairy Creek area of southern Vancouver Island.
Alberta's Kenney rejects new health rules as COVID-19 cripples hospitals

Alberta's Kenney rejects new health rules as COVID-19 cripples hospitals

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, facing consistently high COVID-19 cases that are pushing the health system to the brink of collapse, is rejecting new measures and a so-called “firebreak” lockdown of the economy.
Defeated Tory candidate to ask court to quash Liberal win in Calgary Skyview

Defeated Tory candidate to ask court to quash Liberal win in Calgary Skyview

OTTAWA — The Conservative incumbent who was defeated in Calgary Skyview in last week's federal election is planning to ask a court to quash the result, given allegations of dirty tricks by the Liberal victor.
Poll suggests most Canadians pessimistic about fighting climate change

Poll suggests most Canadians pessimistic about fighting climate change

Most Canadians aren't optimistic about humanity's chances of fighting climate change, a new survey suggests.
Trudeau says moving on vaccine mandate for federal workers, travellers priority No. 1

Trudeau says moving on vaccine mandate for federal workers, travellers priority No. 1

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says job No. 1 of his re-elected Liberal government is to implement a rule requiring most commercial travellers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
National advisory committee recommends booster for seniors in long-term care

National advisory committee recommends booster for seniors in long-term care

OTTAWA — The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is urging long-term care homes to give boosters to residents immediately, as the Delta variant breaks out in facilities across the country.
Lawyer argues general's removal from vaccine campaign threatens military independence

Lawyer argues general's removal from vaccine campaign threatens military independence

OTTAWA — A lawyer for Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin painted the senior military officer’s abrupt removal as head of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout in May as a threat to the independence of the Canadian Armed Forces.
Joyce Echaquan's loved ones urge action on racism on the anniversary of her death

Joyce Echaquan's loved ones urge action on racism on the anniversary of her death

JOLIETTE, Que. — One year after Joyce Echaquan was mocked by staff as she lay dying in hospital, her family and community members called on Quebecers to honour her legacy by acknowledging systemic racism in health care and throughout society.