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Conservatives ask auditor general to review tax-change confusion

Conservatives ask auditor general to review tax-change confusion

OTTAWA — The Opposition Conservatives are asking the auditor general to probe the Finance Department's handling of tax changes that left small business owners and family farmers confused for weeks.
Annamie Paul says 'small group' of party execs behind court case against Green leader

Annamie Paul says 'small group' of party execs behind court case against Green leader

OTTAWA — Green Leader Annamie Paul sought Thursday to frame a legal challenge from her own party as the work of a "small group" of outgoing executives, as she tries to push past the turmoil still roiling the Greens in the shadow of a looming federal
Sajjan directed military to provide him with aide in Vancouver

Sajjan directed military to provide him with aide in Vancouver

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan told the military to create a position eventually filled by a reserve officer from his old unit who had been ordered suspended from the Vancouver police for an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate, acc
Court orders demolition of $3M Gatineau, Que., luxury home built too close to road

Court orders demolition of $3M Gatineau, Que., luxury home built too close to road

GATINEAU, Que. — Quebec Superior Court has ordered the demolition of a sumptuous Gatineau, Que., home that was built too close to the road, with the city required to foot the bill.
Remains of fourth Canadian pulled from Florida condo collapse identified by police

Remains of fourth Canadian pulled from Florida condo collapse identified by police

MONTREAL — Miami-Dade police say a body pulled from a collapsed condominium building in South Florida has been identified as Anastasia Gromova, from Montreal.
Federal Islamophobia summit, Linda O'Leary trial wraps up: In The News for July 22

Federal Islamophobia summit, Linda O'Leary trial wraps up: In The News for July 22

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 July 22 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
'Celebrating with sadness': Muslims mark sombre Eid, some without health restrictions

'Celebrating with sadness': Muslims mark sombre Eid, some without health restrictions

EDMONTON — Haseeb Azhar says it felt odd hugging a Muslim co-worker and friend in Edmonton as he wished him a happy Eid. "Some people were hesitating … it felt very weird," said the manager at a steel manufacturing company.
B.C. premier commits support for tourism industry reeling from wildfires, COVID-19

B.C. premier commits support for tourism industry reeling from wildfires, COVID-19

CASTLEGAR, B.C. — British Columbia's premier is vowing to continue supporting the tourism industry, which was hoping to begin its recovery from COVID-19 just as hundreds of wildfires ignited in the province. John Horgan said Wednesday the B.C.
A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

As COVID-19 vaccination rates increase and case numbers drop across the country, the provinces and territories have begun releasing the reopening plans for businesses, events and recreational facilities.

Some Canadians frustrated they still can't cross U.S. land border

TORONTO — Canadians are expressing frustration at still being unable to drive across the border to the U.S. for a casual visit, even though their fully vaccinated American counterparts will soon be able to do so.