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Canada-Palestine MP group to 'review' after accused 'Holocaust denier' attended event

OTTAWA — A spokesman for the chair of an all-party parliamentary group says it is "carefully" reviewing how it handles events with outside events after a newspaper publisher accused of holding antisemitic views took part in a recent gathering.
Ottawa trailing in protection of Indigenous women and girls: federal minister

Ottawa trailing in protection of Indigenous women and girls: federal minister

OTTAWA — The minister for Crown-Indigenous relations says the federal government is failing in its responsibility to protect Indigenous women and girls, despite allocating money toward the issue.
Ontario won't allow homes to be built on floodplains, Ford says after fed warning

Ontario won't allow homes to be built on floodplains, Ford says after fed warning

CLARINGTON, Ont.
'Major flaw': Judge blames police security plan in 2012 Quebec election shooting

'Major flaw': Judge blames police security plan in 2012 Quebec election shooting

MONTREAL — A Superior Court judge says the police security plan for Quebec's 2012 election night had a "major flaw" that permitted a gunman to carry out a deadly attack.
Newly sanctioned Iranians include Toronto gym denizen

Newly sanctioned Iranians include Toronto gym denizen

OTTAWA — Canada is sanctioning more Iranian officials, including a senior military official spotted earlier this year at a Toronto-area gym.
Government to un-redact text messages, notes of PMO staff at Emergencies Act inquiry

Government to un-redact text messages, notes of PMO staff at Emergencies Act inquiry

OTTAWA — Lawyers for "Freedom Convoy" organizers have won their bid to get access to unredacted versions of 20 documents at the Public Order Emergency Act.
Four years after Meng Wanzhou's arrest, U.S. moves to drop remaining indictment

Four years after Meng Wanzhou's arrest, U.S. moves to drop remaining indictment

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Justice is asking a New York judge to dismiss the remaining indictment against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou. Four years to the day since the Chinese tech scion was arrested in Vancouver, U.S.
In The News for Dec. 2: November jobs numbers out this morning

In The News for Dec. 2: November jobs numbers out this morning

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 Dec. 2 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Canadian-funded group works to remove landmines left in Ukraine after Russian retreat

Canadian-funded group works to remove landmines left in Ukraine after Russian retreat

PEREMOHA, Ukraine — The small yellow stakes in the middle of a vast field outside Kyiv appear harmless, but they are not. Three explosions have rocked this field, including a fatal one that destroyed a military vehicle.
Liberals to consult public on merits of a foreign agent registry, Mendicino says

Liberals to consult public on merits of a foreign agent registry, Mendicino says

OTTAWA — The federal government is preparing to consult the public on the possible creation of a foreign agent registry as a means of preventing outside interference in Canadian affairs, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino says.