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Lost in the B.C. woods for 74 days, Bear Henry thankful to forestry workers' rescue

Lost in the B.C. woods for 74 days, Bear Henry thankful to forestry workers' rescue

VICTORIA — Bear Henry says they survived more than 70 days stuck in a camper van on a remote Vancouver Island mountain forest road with only a few days' worth of canned beans, raw rice, cat food and melted snow.
The latest on protests against COVID-19 measures in Ottawa and beyond

The latest on protests against COVID-19 measures in Ottawa and beyond

OTTAWA — The latest developments on ongoing protests against COVID-19 restrictions and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government, both in Ottawa and various cities across Canada. All times eastern: 7 p.m.
Concerns about violence make it difficult to know when protests will end: Trudeau

Concerns about violence make it difficult to know when protests will end: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Government officials invoked stronger measures Friday to stop illegal blockades that were paralyzing the national capital and halting traffic at Canada's busiest border crossing with the United States.
Trudeau says almost half of protesters' funds from U.S., as they turn to Bitcoin

Trudeau says almost half of protesters' funds from U.S., as they turn to Bitcoin

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says about half of the money being raised for protesters blockading Parliament Hill and several border crossings is coming from the United States, but an expert says attempting to stop the flow of cash is like p
Quebec Court of Appeal upholds majority of federal Indigenous child welfare law

Quebec Court of Appeal upholds majority of federal Indigenous child welfare law

MONTREAL — The Quebec Court of Appeal has upheld the majority of a federal law that gives Indigenous governments more control over child welfare.
Court approves $10M settlement in lawsuit over Royal Winnipeg Ballet photographer

Court approves $10M settlement in lawsuit over Royal Winnipeg Ballet photographer

WINNIPEG — The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is apologizing to students on the same day a court approved a $10-million settlement in a class-action lawsuit over allegations a former teacher and photographer took intimate photos and released them without cons
Ottawa launches long-awaited competition for armed military drones

Ottawa launches long-awaited competition for armed military drones

OTTAWA — The federal government has officially launched a competition for the purchase of armed drones after nearly two decades of delays and discussion around whether Canada should buy the controversial weapons.
5 P.E.I. minor hockey players suspended 25 games over racial slurs toward N.S. player

5 P.E.I. minor hockey players suspended 25 games over racial slurs toward N.S. player

CHARLOTTETOWN — The governing body for hockey in Prince Edward Island announced Friday it has handed down 25-game suspensions to five players accused of hurling racial slurs toward a Nova Scotia goalie last November.
B.C. provides millions for Chinese Canadian museum in Vancouver's Chinatown

B.C. provides millions for Chinese Canadian museum in Vancouver's Chinatown

VANCOUVER — The oldest building in Vancouver's Chinatown will soon become a Chinese Canadian Museum. The provincial government is providing $27.5 million for the project and real estate marketer Bob Rennie is adding another $7.
Changes to COVID-19 border measures to be announced next week

Changes to COVID-19 border measures to be announced next week

OTTAWA — The federal government will announce changes to pandemic measures at Canada's borders next week, Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos signalled Friday, while Canada's chief public health officer said the country is looking to more sustainable pl