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Canada can do more to help Ukraine besides sending weapons: experts

Canada can do more to help Ukraine besides sending weapons: experts

OTTAWA — The debate around sending weapons to Ukraine is being panned as a "red herring" by experts who say Canada can better support the country in other ways.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is isolating after learning of COVID exposure

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is isolating after learning of COVID exposure

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is isolating at home after learning that he was exposed to someone who had tested positive for COVID-19. The prime minister says in a tweet that he learned about the exposure just last night.
Verifying CERB recipients, tracking COVID cases : In The News for Jan. 27

Verifying CERB recipients, tracking COVID cases : In The News for Jan. 27

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 Jan. 27 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'It's about money, not people:' Immigration experts describe human smuggling business

'It's about money, not people:' Immigration experts describe human smuggling business

Police in a western state of India have begun delving deeper into the deaths of four Indian migrants whose bodies were found in Manitoba just short of the Canada-U. S. border.
CRA to send out new round of letters checking eligibility from CERB recipients

CRA to send out new round of letters checking eligibility from CERB recipients

OTTAWA — The Canada Revenue Agency is sending out a new round of letters to pandemic aid recipients to verify they were eligible for the help, and warning of potential need for repayments.
Erin O'Toole prepares to face his caucus as findings from election loss presented

Erin O'Toole prepares to face his caucus as findings from election loss presented

OTTAWA — Erin O'Toole faced restive MPs and grassroots questions about his leadership on the first day of a Conservative caucus retreat — and worse could be yet to come Thursday when MPs are presented with a long-awaited post mortem on the party's el

Quebec Muslim leaders call for federal handgun ban in letters to Legault, Trudeau

MONTREAL — Just days before the fifth anniversary of the 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting, the leadership of the Islamic centre where the tragedy occurred called for a Canada-wide ban on handguns.
A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 developments in Canada

A look at the latest COVID-19 news in Canada: — Quebec has launched an online portal to track COVID-19 rapid test results, even as experts and government officials admit there are limits to the accuracy of the data it provides.
B.C. Appeal Court extends injunction against old-growth logging protests

B.C. Appeal Court extends injunction against old-growth logging protests

VANCOUVER — A court injunction against old-growth logging protests on Vancouver Island has been extended until next fall in a British Columbia Court of Appeal decision that overturns a lower-court ruling.
Canada extends, expands mission to train Ukraine soldiers but won't arm them

Canada extends, expands mission to train Ukraine soldiers but won't arm them

OTTAWA — Canada is extending and expanding its mission to train Ukrainian soldiers but it is not, so far, prepared to help arm them with lethal defensive weapons as Ukraine has requested.