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Canada sanctions more Myanmar elite, bans jet fuel sales two years after coup

Canada sanctions more Myanmar elite, bans jet fuel sales two years after coup

OTTAWA — Canada has sanctioned more of Myanmar’s military elite, two years after the country’s coup.
In The News for Jan. 31: Will proposed new standards make long-term care better?

In The News for Jan. 31: Will proposed new standards make long-term care better?

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 Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2023 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Federal agency targeting illegal wildlife trade through financial intelligence

Federal agency targeting illegal wildlife trade through financial intelligence

OTTAWA — Canada's financial intelligence agency is stepping up the fight against the illicit wildlife trade by taking aim at the criminals who reap big profits from the global racket.
Quebec calls for resignation of federal government's anti-Islamophobia representative

Quebec calls for resignation of federal government's anti-Islamophobia representative

MONTREAL — The Quebec government is calling for the resignation of the federal government's special representative to combat Islamophobia over a 2019 opinion piece in an Ottawa newspaper in which she suggested Quebecers are influenced by anti-Muslim
Const. Nicole Chan feared never working at VPD again after hospital stint: sergeant

Const. Nicole Chan feared never working at VPD again after hospital stint: sergeant

BURNABY, B.C. — Const.
Tamil groups ask Ottawa to bring Sri Lanka officials to global courts

Tamil groups ask Ottawa to bring Sri Lanka officials to global courts

OTTAWA — Tamil diaspora groups are praising Ottawa's sanctions on Sri Lanka officials, while asking Canada to bring that country to international tribunals.
Key points in report on L'Arche International sex abuse scandal involving Jean Vanier

Key points in report on L'Arche International sex abuse scandal involving Jean Vanier

L'Arche International, a non-profit charity that helps people with intellectual disabilities, released a report Monday that identified 25 women who experienced a sexual act or an intimate gesture between 1952 and 2019 involving the group's founder, J
Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet to retire after overseeing the Vatican's bishops' office

Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet to retire after overseeing the Vatican's bishops' office

Marc Ouellet, the Quebec cardinal who oversaw the Vatican's powerful bishops' office and who has been recently been hit with accusations of sexual misconduct, announced Monday he would retire in April.
Report finds that L'Arche co-founder Jean Vanier sexually abused 25 women

Report finds that L'Arche co-founder Jean Vanier sexually abused 25 women

MONTREAL — A charitable organization founded by the late Jean Vanier issued a report Monday saying the Canadian sexually abused at least 25 women during his decades with the group.
No security threat from RCMP's dealings with China-linked firm, minister tells MPs

No security threat from RCMP's dealings with China-linked firm, minister tells MPs

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino says there is no reason to believe Canada's national security was under threat at any time due to the RCMP's dealings with an Ontario company that has links to China.