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A month after last illness reported, health agency says romaine is OK again

A month after last illness reported, health agency says romaine is OK again

OTTAWA — With no new cases of E. coli connected to romaine lettuce detected since mid-November, the leafy green is probably safe to eat again, the Public Health Agency of Canada reported Monday.

Man faces attempted murder charge after shots fired at RCMP in Iqaluit

IQALUIT, Nunavut — A man arrested after a standoff with Nunavut RCMP has been charged with four counts of attempted murder. Mounties say Jerry Issuqangituq also faces charges of discharging a firearm and assault with a weapon.
Canadian police presence on peacekeeping missions hits 13-year low

Canadian police presence on peacekeeping missions hits 13-year low

OTTAWA — The number of Canadian police officers on UN missions has reached its lowest point in more than a decade despite a shortage of such personnel on many peacekeeping operations and a Liberal promise to address it.

One dead, three in hospital, after fire at Edmonton home for disabled adults

EDMONTON — One person died and three others were in hospital following a fire at an Edmonton group home for disabled adults early Monday. Firefighters were called to the blaze just before 2 a.m. in the west end.
Chinese foreign ministry tells U.S., EU to take Canada to task for Meng arrest

Chinese foreign ministry tells U.S., EU to take Canada to task for Meng arrest

OTTAWA — Western allies' support for Canada in its argument with China over the arrests of two Canadians on national-security grounds have made China "very dissatisfied," its foreign ministry said Monday.
A timeline of the cases of Meng Wanzhou and the Canadians detained in China

A timeline of the cases of Meng Wanzhou and the Canadians detained in China

OTTAWA — A timeline of the Meng Wanzhou case, and rising tension between Canada and China. Aug. 22: A New York court issues a warrant for the arrest of Huawei Technologies chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. Dec.
Transgender Canadians say death certificates don't reflect their lived identity

Transgender Canadians say death certificates don't reflect their lived identity

While a number of provinces offer gender-neutral birth certificates, many in Canada's trans and gender-diverse communities say they are concerned their lived identity is not always reflected in official documents after their death.
Lots of unresolved issues as Centre Block closes for at least a decade

Lots of unresolved issues as Centre Block closes for at least a decade

OTTAWA — Pomp and circumstance on Parliament Hill are about to get a little more complicated.
Spread of invasive species in Canada costs billions, changes environment

Spread of invasive species in Canada costs billions, changes environment

VANCOUVER — For two decades experts have been carefully nursing a community of endangered northern leopard frogs in B.C.'s Kootenay region but invasive bullfrogs and fish threaten to muscle in, potentially swallowing years of work.