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Almost 35,000 people pegged for removal from Canada evade border agency

Almost 35,000 people pegged for removal from Canada evade border agency

OTTAWA — Canada's border agency has failed to promptly remove most of the people under orders to leave the country, and in tens of thousands of cases it has simply lost track of them, the federal auditor general says.
U.S., Mexican presidents meet at White House to talk USMCA, without Canada

U.S., Mexican presidents meet at White House to talk USMCA, without Canada

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump promised an absent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau some in-person presidential face time Wednesday as the U.S.
Ban federal use of facial-recognition tools, groups urge Trudeau government

Ban federal use of facial-recognition tools, groups urge Trudeau government

OTTAWA — Dozens of groups and individuals working to protect privacy, human rights and civil liberties want the Trudeau government to ban the use of facial-recognition surveillance by federal law-enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Montreal police say policy to stop street checks represents culture change

Montreal police say policy to stop street checks represents culture change

MONTREAL — A new Montreal police street check policy aimed at curbing arbitrary and discriminatory stops was described by the police chief as "an important change to the culture," but critics said it will do little to reduce profiling.
The COVID-19 fiscal snapshot: By the numbers

The COVID-19 fiscal snapshot: By the numbers

OTTAWA — Estimated federal deficit for 2020-21: $343.
Singh calls on Trudeau to address systemic racism in police forces

Singh calls on Trudeau to address systemic racism in police forces

OTTAWA — If the Rideau Hall intruder had been a person of colour, the outcome of last week's events in Ottawa would have been very different, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said Wednesday.

Man who killed son waited too long to sue antidepressant maker, court rules

TORONTO — A once-prominent Canadian who strangled his child cannot sue the maker of the antidepressant he was taking because he waited too long to file his claim, Ontario's top court ruled on Wednesday.
Alberta air force base to use goats, sheep to chew down unwanted vegetation

Alberta air force base to use goats, sheep to chew down unwanted vegetation

A Canadian Forces base in Alberta is recruiting a new battalion of lean, mean, eating machines for a mission that will require limited action this summer.
Auditor finds $2.4B in unpaid student loans, calls for stronger recovery efforts

Auditor finds $2.4B in unpaid student loans, calls for stronger recovery efforts

OTTAWA — Canada's auditor general has called for the federal government to step up its recovery of outstanding student loans to keep taxpayers from being left on the hook after discovering that $2.4 billion in such loans were in default last year.
Ban on vaping ads that can be seen by youth to take effect next month

Ban on vaping ads that can be seen by youth to take effect next month

Ottawa's new rules restricting the promotion of vaping products in places young people can access are set to come into effect next month.