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Quebec police raise eyebrows with sarcastic responses to online critics

Quebec police raise eyebrows with sarcastic responses to online critics

MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police defended their new social media policy Monday after they raised eyebrows with sarcastic responses to comments on the squad's Facebook page, including one in which a police staffer described a commenter as a "moron.
Health officials to meet with Attawapiskat families about water: O'Regan

Health officials to meet with Attawapiskat families about water: O'Regan

OTTAWA — The federal government is committing more assistance for a northern Ontario reserve facing challenges with its water supply, Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O'Regan said Monday, adding that more medical officials will be visiting Attawap
Fisheries minister says more needs to be done to help endangered right whales

Fisheries minister says more needs to be done to help endangered right whales

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Food fight: Liberals, Tories trade shots as pre-campaign battles intensify

Food fight: Liberals, Tories trade shots as pre-campaign battles intensify

OTTAWA — Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre took aim at the Liberals Monday morning for bringing back former prime ministerial aide Gerald Butts to work on their election campaign.
Family asks police to conduct ground searches for missing Quebec man, son

Family asks police to conduct ground searches for missing Quebec man, son

MONTREAL — The family of a Quebec entrepreneur and his son now missing for 12 days are asking provincial police to carry out a ground search of a vast, heavily wooded area where the missing helicopter may be found.
Court dismisses challenge of deal that helps U.S. nab tax cheats in Canada

Court dismisses challenge of deal that helps U.S. nab tax cheats in Canada

OTTAWA — A Canada-U.S. deal allowing Canadian financial institutions to send customer information to U.S. authorities to help find tax cheats does not violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, a judge has ruled.
Expert warns of Huawei monopoly in North, leaving residents vulnerable to China

Expert warns of Huawei monopoly in North, leaving residents vulnerable to China

Ottawa is creating conditions for the telecom giant Huawei to create a monopoly on high-speed internet in Canada's Far North, leaving its residents vulnerable to Beijing's will, says a leading analyst.