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Canada selling one of its Manhattan apartments to cover cost of new $9M condo

Canada selling one of its Manhattan apartments to cover cost of new $9M condo

OTTAWA — Canada is selling one of its apartments in New York City to cover the cost of a brand-new luxury condo it recently purchased for $9 million.
Federal government announces $89 million for conservation projects across Canada

Federal government announces $89 million for conservation projects across Canada

Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said about $50 million of the funding is slated for major projects in the province.
Listeria can make you sick up to two months after you consume it, experts say

Listeria can make you sick up to two months after you consume it, experts say

As of Thursday, there were 12 lab-confirmed cases of listeriosis — the illness caused by the Listeria bacteria — linked to a national recall of several Silk and Great Value brand plant-based milk products.
'Anything is possible': Gen. Jennie Carignan takes over command of Armed Forces

'Anything is possible': Gen. Jennie Carignan takes over command of Armed Forces

OTTAWA — Gen. Jennie Carignan was a little emotional on Thursday as she spoke to reporters about what it means to take over command of the Canadian Armed Forces.
Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan steps down from cabinet, successor to be named Friday

Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan steps down from cabinet, successor to be named Friday

OTTAWA — Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan is stepping down from cabinet and will not be seeking re-election in the next federal contest, he announced on Thursday.
Quebec court rules against Concordia University's attempt to pause tuition hike

Quebec court rules against Concordia University's attempt to pause tuition hike

MONTREAL — A Quebec Superior Court judge has denied Concordia University’s request to delay a controversial tuition hike for out-of-province and international students.
'Major damage': Vandalism at federal immigration minister's office in Montreal

'Major damage': Vandalism at federal immigration minister's office in Montreal

MONTREAL — An investigation is underway after the Montreal constituency office of federal Immigration Minister Marc Miller was vandalized overnight, police said Thursday. Outside, windows were smashed and walls were defaced with paint and graffiti.
Appeal denied: Frank Zampino, ex-aide at Montreal City Hall, to face corruption trial

Appeal denied: Frank Zampino, ex-aide at Montreal City Hall, to face corruption trial

MONTREAL — The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear an appeal by a former chair of Montreal city council's executive committee, who wanted to avoid facing trial on corruption charges.
Years after Insite ruling, drug policy landscape is still being shaped in B.C.

Years after Insite ruling, drug policy landscape is still being shaped in B.C.

VANCOUVER — In 2021, the Vancouver-based Drug User Liberation Front approached Health Canada with a proposal.
In the news today: Two dead after Listeria outbreak, new defence chief takes command

In the news today: Two dead after Listeria outbreak, new defence chief takes command

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed...