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Lotto Max winning numbers for Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022

TORONTO — The winning numbers in Tuesday's Lotto Max draw for an estimated $60 million: 01, 07, 08, 19, 32, 38 & 39.
Senators ask Governor General to strip Don Meredith of 'Honourable' title

Senators ask Governor General to strip Don Meredith of 'Honourable' title

OTTAWA — Senators have voted to ask Gov. Gen. Mary Simon to have their former colleague Don Meredith stripped of his "Honourable" title.
'A push': Alberta introduces bill granting cabinet broad powers to fight Ottawa

'A push': Alberta introduces bill granting cabinet broad powers to fight Ottawa

EDMONTON — The Alberta government has introduced a bill that would grant Premier Danielle Smith and her cabinet broad powers to rewrite provincial laws behind closed doors in an effort to push back against Ottawa.
A look at how Alberta's proposed sovereignty act would work

A look at how Alberta's proposed sovereignty act would work

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Danielle Smith introduced on Tuesday her signature bill called the Alberta Sovereignty Within a United Canada Act.
Former Alberta premier Jason Kenney resigns legislature seat

Former Alberta premier Jason Kenney resigns legislature seat

EDMONTON — Former Alberta premier Jason Kenney resigned as a member of the legislature on Tuesday, the same day his successor introduced her flagship sovereignty bill in the legislature, of which he had been a staunch critic.
Trudeau says Chinese protesters deserve free speech, a 'mistake' to bar cameras

Trudeau says Chinese protesters deserve free speech, a 'mistake' to bar cameras

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says everyone in China should be allowed to express themselves amid Beijing's crackdown on COVID-19. He also says an Ottawa university should not have barred reporters from filming China's ambassador this week.
A look at some of the species at risk in Canada

A look at some of the species at risk in Canada

OTTAWA — The Wild Species 2020 report released Tuesday identifies more than 5,000 species that are extinct or at risk of going extinct in Canada. That included 18 species whose ranking is considered genuinely more at risk in 2020 than in 2015.
Thousands of plants, animals at risk of extinction in Canada: wild species report

Thousands of plants, animals at risk of extinction in Canada: wild species report

OTTAWA — The latest report assessing the status of wildlife across Canada paints a picture of nature in crisis, biodiversity experts said Tuesday.
Proposed language law changes pose more 'barriers' for Indigenous people, AFN says

Proposed language law changes pose more 'barriers' for Indigenous people, AFN says

OTTAWA — Proposed changes to the Official Languages Act are likely to create more "arbitrary barriers" for Indigenous people hoping to work in federal institutions and advance to higher levels, says the Assembly of First Nations.
Parti Québécois still refusing oath of office to King as Quebec legislature resumes

Parti Québécois still refusing oath of office to King as Quebec legislature resumes

QUEBEC — The three Parti Québécois members who have steadfastly refused to swear the oath of office to King Charles III found themselves on the outside looking in Tuesday as Quebec's legislature reopened without them.
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