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Infant formula crisis another symptom of North American 'managed trade,' experts say

Infant formula crisis another symptom of North American 'managed trade,' experts say

WASHINGTON — Another cargo jet laden with European infant formula will arrive Wednesday in the United States as the White House scrambles to ease a debilitating shortage — a response some fear could lead to even emptier shelves in Canada as well.
Health Canada watching 'potential' shortage of sunflower oil needed for baby formula

Health Canada watching 'potential' shortage of sunflower oil needed for baby formula

Health Canada said Tuesday it is working "to address potential sunflower oil shortages" that could further strain baby formula supplies and will keep its relaxed rules on formula imports until at least the end of the year.
Five things to watch for during the French-language Conservative leadership debate

Five things to watch for during the French-language Conservative leadership debate

OTTAWA — Candidates running for leadership of the federal Conservative party will meet north of Montreal Wednesday to face off in the second official debate of the race, this time in French.
Deadly storm in Ontario, Quebec wreaks havoc on urban trees

Deadly storm in Ontario, Quebec wreaks havoc on urban trees

An arborist who specializes in urban forestry says the massive loss of trees in Ontario and Quebec over the weekend due to a severe storm will keep happening if land-use planning doesn't change. Dr.
Trudeau says CBSA will decide whether Iran soccer team can enter Canada

Trudeau says CBSA will decide whether Iran soccer team can enter Canada

VANCOUVER — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada Border Services Agency will be the department that decides whether Iran's men's soccer team is allowed into the country for a game next month.
About 76 per cent of homes in Quebec back on the grid after powerful weekend storm

About 76 per cent of homes in Quebec back on the grid after powerful weekend storm

MONTREAL — Thousands of Quebecers were still in the dark on Tuesday after a powerful weekend storm that hit Quebec and Ontario killed at least 10 people and left a trail of damage across large swaths of both provinces.
Mapping program Mounties struggled to open could have helped contain N.S. mass killer

Mapping program Mounties struggled to open could have helped contain N.S. mass killer

HALIFAX — A report looking into a mapping program the RCMP had access to — but couldn't open — during the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia concludes it could have helped contain the killer's rampage.
Canada can do more for military members struggling to find housing: defence minister

Canada can do more for military members struggling to find housing: defence minister

OTTAWA — Canada's defence minister says the federal government has more to do to support military members who are struggling to find housing.
COVID and air pollution, storm cleanup in Ontario and Quebec : In The News for May 24

COVID and air pollution, storm cleanup in Ontario and Quebec : In The News for May 24

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 May 24 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'It all comes back to lodging': electrician says lack of housing slows construction

'It all comes back to lodging': electrician says lack of housing slows construction

KUUJJUAQ, Que. — Daniel Gabois would usually be out hunting this time of year. Flocks of Canada geese have started to appear overhead in their V-formations, returning to nesting grounds in the northern Quebec region of Nunavik.