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Trump backers seize on GoFundMe controversy as truckers linger in U.S. headlines

Trump backers seize on GoFundMe controversy as truckers linger in U.S. headlines

WASHINGTON — An outsized American display of financial largesse, political support and right-wing media sympathy for ongoing trucker protests in Canada have observers in both countries accusing some in the U.S.
Expanded Holocaust museum coming to Montreal in 2025 to include hologram testimonials

Expanded Holocaust museum coming to Montreal in 2025 to include hologram testimonials

MONTREAL — A bigger, more interactive and more modern Holocaust museum will be opening its doors in Montreal's Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood in 2025.
Canadian police forces learn from situation in Ottawa during convoy protests

Canadian police forces learn from situation in Ottawa during convoy protests

Police forces across Canada took different approaches to protests against COVID-19 measures over the weekend, learning from the situation in Ottawa, where demonstrators and their trucks have remain entrenched in the capital's core for more than a wee
StatCan to release COVID-tinged census figure, experts warn against reading too deep

StatCan to release COVID-tinged census figure, experts warn against reading too deep

OTTAWA — For the last 40 years, Doug Norris has pored over detailed demographic data gleaned from every census, but even he admits what's coming will be unlike anything he has seen before.
State of emergency in Ottawa and Canadian gold in Beijing: In The News for Feb. 7

State of emergency in Ottawa and Canadian gold in Beijing: In The News for Feb. 7

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. 7 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Ottawa mayor declares state of emergency as police crackdown on convoy supplies

Ottawa mayor declares state of emergency as police crackdown on convoy supplies

OTTAWA — The mayor of Canada's national capital declared a state of emergency in his city on Sunday in the face of ongoing protests that have overwhelmed local resources shortly before police moved to choke the convoy's supply chain.

The latest on protests against COVID-19 measures in Ottawa and beyond

The latest developments on ongoing protests against COVID-19 restrictions and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government, both in Ottawa and various cities across Canada. All times Eastern: 9:15 p.m.
Falcon heads to Victoria pledging B.C. Liberal rebuild, looks for seat in legislature

Falcon heads to Victoria pledging B.C. Liberal rebuild, looks for seat in legislature

VANCOUVER — The new leader of the British Columbia Liberals says he's on his way to Victoria with promises that will rebuild the party and attract voters while he also seeks his own seat in the legislature.
Canada Post issues new stamp to mark the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth

Canada Post issues new stamp to mark the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth

The Queen has begun her platinum jubilee year, marking a 70-year reign that now makes her the longest-ruling monarch in British and Commonwealth history. King George VI died on the morning of Feb. 6, 1952 while Princess Elizabeth was in Kenya.
Veterans Affairs poised to lose hundreds of staff hired to deal with claims backlog

Veterans Affairs poised to lose hundreds of staff hired to deal with claims backlog

OTTAWA — Veterans Affairs Canada says the Liberal government has agreed to extend the contracts of only about one-third of the temporary staff hired to deal with a backlog of disability claims from ill and injured ex-soldiers.