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CP NewsAlert: Meng's extradition case dropped in B.C., she's free to go

CP NewsAlert: Meng's extradition case dropped in B.C., she's free to go

VANCOUVER — A B.C. Supreme Court judge has signed off on a discharge order for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, withdrawing a U.S. extradition order and allowing her freedom.
'People will suffer and will die': Emergency doctor says some health triage has begun

'People will suffer and will die': Emergency doctor says some health triage has begun

EDMONTON — The head of emergency medicine for the Alberta Medical Association, Dr. Paul Parks, says major components of triage have already begun in Alberta — an assertion disputed by the province.
Canadian Catholic bishops 'apologize unequivocally' for residential schools

Canadian Catholic bishops 'apologize unequivocally' for residential schools

OTTAWA — Catholic bishops in Canada are apologizing "unequivocally" to Indigenous Peoples for the suffering endured in residential schools, just as Pope Francis prepares to meet with Indigenous leaders at the Vatican later this fall.
Top court kicks back question of sealed docs in quashed murder case to lower court

Top court kicks back question of sealed docs in quashed murder case to lower court

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has kept alive the CBC's efforts to unseal evidence pertaining to a now-quashed murder conviction from more than 30 years ago.
New Brunswick reimposes state of emergency amid sudden surge in COVID-19 cases

New Brunswick reimposes state of emergency amid sudden surge in COVID-19 cases

FREDERICTON — As New Brunswick reimposed a state of emergency Friday to deal with a sudden surge in COVID-19 cases, a senior health official admitted the province was wrong to lift all health-protection orders in late July.

Fade to blue: Mountain lakes lose unique colour due to climate change, says study

New research says the distinctive milky turquoise colour of many glacier-fed mountain lakes is slowly disappearing due to climate change.

A timeline of events in the case of Meng Wanzhou

Meng Wanzhou, the Huawei Technologies CFO, has pleaded not guilty in a deferred prosecution plea agreement reached with the U.S. Justice Department. The deal is expected to allow Meng to return to China.
Residents of Saugeen First Nation given expired COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine for weeks

Residents of Saugeen First Nation given expired COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine for weeks

OTTAWA — A northern Ontario First Nation says Indigenous Services Canada gave residents expired doses of the Pfizer vaccine for COVID-19 between Aug. 9 and Sept. 15.
School disruption, 'long COVID,' all factors in choice to vaccinate young kids: Tam

School disruption, 'long COVID,' all factors in choice to vaccinate young kids: Tam

OTTAWA — When most parents decided to have kids, they probably thought some of their bigger parenting decisions would be about sleep-training, extracurricular activities or the right age to get a phone.
Police looking at new Calgary MP after video appears to show flyer swap on doorstep

Police looking at new Calgary MP after video appears to show flyer swap on doorstep

Calgary police are investigating a newly elected Liberal member of Parliament after he was captured on a doorbell camera appearing to remove his opponent's campaign flyer.