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Quebec CEO of Future Electronics resigns, vows to fight sex allegations

Quebec CEO of Future Electronics resigns, vows to fight sex allegations

MONTREAL — A prominent Quebec businessman says he's stepping down from his role as chairman and CEO of electronics parts company Future Electronics to focus on protecting his reputation amid allegations reported this week that he had paid minors for
Canada adds Russian media personalities, companies in latest round of sanctions

Canada adds Russian media personalities, companies in latest round of sanctions

OTTAWA — Canada has announced it is imposing a new round of sanctions on Russian media personalities and companies accused of spreading disinformation about Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Plunging wind chill values prompt extreme cold warnings across Eastern Canada

Plunging wind chill values prompt extreme cold warnings across Eastern Canada

HALIFAX — As an immense arctic air mass expanded over the eastern half of the country on Friday, Environment Canada issued an unusually long list of extreme cold warnings that covered six provinces — from Ontario to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Liberals withdraw bill's assault-style firearm definition, promise more consultation

Liberals withdraw bill's assault-style firearm definition, promise more consultation

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals have withdrawn an amendment to their gun bill aimed at enshrining a definition of banned assault-style firearms, citing "legitimate concerns" about the need for more consultation on the measure.
Governments seek buyer as Quebec COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer Medicago set to close

Governments seek buyer as Quebec COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer Medicago set to close

MONTREAL — The Quebec government says it's looking to find a buyer for Medicago Inc., the Quebec-based COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer that will be shut down by parent company Mitsubishi Chemical.
Yukon prospecting plan approval is quashed by First Nation court victory

Yukon prospecting plan approval is quashed by First Nation court victory

WHITEHORSE — A Yukon court has quashed government approval for a mining exploration project, siding with a First Nation that argued there was a failure to properly consult it about the project on its traditional territory.
Prominent Quebecers plead for federal anti-Islamophobia rep to be given a chance

Prominent Quebecers plead for federal anti-Islamophobia rep to be given a chance

MONTREAL — A letter of support signed by 30 prominent Quebecers, including academics, activists and community leaders, is asking that Amira Elghawaby be given the chance to fulfil her mandate as Canada's first special representative on combating Isla
Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Global ocean conservation conference in B.C. hopes to build on Montreal agreements

Federal politicians are expected to make a significant announcement on ocean protection during an international conference in Vancouver on how to take action on promises to protect the marine world made at recent global environment meetings.
In The News for Feb. 3 : Canada's finance ministers to meet today

In The News for Feb. 3 : Canada's finance ministers to meet today

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 Feb. 3 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Woman says Russian Embassy denies her consular services, cites Facebook page

Woman says Russian Embassy denies her consular services, cites Facebook page

OTTAWA — A Russian woman says she has been denied consular services by her country's embassy in Canada over claims her Facebook activity poses a security threat. "It totally came as a shock to me," said Elena Pushkareva, who left Russia a decade ago.
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