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Group delivers water to people without cars after fuel contaminates pipes in Iqaluit

Group delivers water to people without cars after fuel contaminates pipes in Iqaluit

IQALUIT, Nunavut — When staff at Iqaluit's Qajuqturvik Community Food Centre heard the news last week that water from the city's distribution pipes wasn't safe to drink because of fuel contamination, they knew some people weren't going to be able to

Canadian among missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, organization says

A Canadian was among 17 missionaries allegedly kidnapped in Haiti on Saturday, Christian Aid Ministries said in a statement on its website. The U.S.-based mission organization said Sunday that five children are also believed to be in the group.

World March of Women's 5th action wraps up with rallies against poverty and violence

MONTREAL — The World March of Women's fifth international action wrapped up with events in Quebec on Sunday, with organizers demanding the provincial government better protect Indigenous women.
Governor General arrives in Germany for first international visit

Governor General arrives in Germany for first international visit

OTTAWA — Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon arrives Sunday in Berlin to begin her first international visit on behalf of Canada in the German capital.

Police in Ontario and Nova Scotia called to large, unruly university street parties

Police were called to deal with large, rowdy homecoming parties Saturday near Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., and Acadia University in Wolfville, N.S.

Quebec man was struck and killed after stepping out of a vehicle on a highway

MONTREAL — A 20-year-old man died early Sunday morning when he was struck by a car on a highway, moments after stepping out of his vehicle in Laval, north of Montreal.
Senior army commander says 90 per cent of military personnel are fully vaccinated

Senior army commander says 90 per cent of military personnel are fully vaccinated

A senior military commander in Western Canada says he doesn't expect much opposition from Canadian Forces personnel over mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations.
Alberta set to vote on rejecting equalization, premier says it's about leverage

Alberta set to vote on rejecting equalization, premier says it's about leverage

EDMONTON — Albertans will cast ballots Monday in a referendum that is technically about rejecting equalization but has morphed into more of a Prairie festivus airing of grievances.
Knife found beneath Parliament to be returned to Algonquin nations in historic move

Knife found beneath Parliament to be returned to Algonquin nations in historic move

OTTAWA — An ancient Indigenous knife unearthed during the renovation of Centre Block will be the first artifact found on Parliament Hill to be returned to the stewardship of the Algonquin people who live in the Ottawa region.
Mayor wanted: some Quebec towns struggle to find municipal candidates

Mayor wanted: some Quebec towns struggle to find municipal candidates

MONTREAL — There's nobody running for mayor in St-Éloi, a small Quebec municipality that offers panoramic views of the St. Lawrence River.