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Lotto 649 winning numbers for Wednesday, July 6, 2022

TORONTO — The winning numbers in Wednesday's Lotto 649 draw for an estimated $16 million: 25, 33, 34, 35, 37 & 46.
Patrick Brown wants appeal of disqualification from Conservative party leadership

Patrick Brown wants appeal of disqualification from Conservative party leadership

OTTAWA — Patrick Brown wants to appeal a decision made by federal Conservatives overseeing the party's leadership race to disqualify him.
Chiefs' 'squabble' over leadership diverts AFN focus from real issues: youth leader

Chiefs' 'squabble' over leadership diverts AFN focus from real issues: youth leader

VANCOUVER — Politics and disagreementsaround leadership at the annual gathering of the Assembly of First Nations are getting in the way of Indigenous topics that matter most, the group's youth council co-chair said Wednesday.
Surging energy prices harmful to families, should drive green transition: Freeland

Surging energy prices harmful to families, should drive green transition: Freeland

OTTAWA — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said the federal government is absolutely concerned about inflation, but dismissed critics who called her callous and out of touch for suggesting the high cost of gas is a reminder of why we need to tr
Deterrent or discrimination? Quebec defends police power to make random traffic stops

Deterrent or discrimination? Quebec defends police power to make random traffic stops

MONTREAL — The power of police to randomly pull over drivers remains an important tool for deterring dangerous behaviour on the road, a Quebec government lawyer argued Wednesday during a constitutional challenge to traffic stops.
Soldier James Topp wore uniform while criticizing vaccine mandates to draw attention

Soldier James Topp wore uniform while criticizing vaccine mandates to draw attention

OTTAWA — Warrant Officer James Topp says he does not believe people would have paid attention if he had not donned his uniform to publicly oppose the Canadian military’s vaccine requirements.
Women graduates, those with college educations more likely to access CERB: StatCan

Women graduates, those with college educations more likely to access CERB: StatCan

OTTAWA — A new Statistics Canada study finds post-secondary graduates who are women were more likely to receive the Canada Emergency Response Benefit in 2020 than those who are men.
Quebec pressured to cut arsenic emissions from copper factory and preserve 650 jobs

Quebec pressured to cut arsenic emissions from copper factory and preserve 650 jobs

MONTREAL — Quebec's government is facing pressure to reduce arsenic levels in the air of a small northwestern city that is home to a copper foundry employing 650 people but emitting 33 times the provincewide standard of arsenic emissions.
'Hooks are in:' Father says daughter was manipulated online before disappearance

'Hooks are in:' Father says daughter was manipulated online before disappearance

An Edmonton man says his daughter was fun-loving and kind but started to change as the 13-year-old got caught up in psychological games with an older man online.
Might be time to leave the U.S., Highland Park locals muse after July Fourth rampage

Might be time to leave the U.S., Highland Park locals muse after July Fourth rampage

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. — It was 10:17 a.m. on the Fourth of July, central daylight time, when Shelly Sella's cellphone rang. She remembers the time precisely. What she heard — it was her daughter, Lauren — she will never forget.