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Quebec bill would give Alzheimer's patients access to medical aid in dying

Quebec bill would give Alzheimer's patients access to medical aid in dying

MONTREAL — Quebec has tabled a bill that would extend the province's assisted death legislation to people with Alzheimer's disease.
Peter Nygard sexual assault case to return to Montreal courtroom in July

Peter Nygard sexual assault case to return to Montreal courtroom in July

MONTREAL — Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard's sexual assault and forcible confinement case in Quebec will return to a Montreal courtroom July 8.
French Conservative debate, Tamara Lich bail hearing : In The News for May 25

French Conservative debate, Tamara Lich bail hearing : In The News for May 25

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 May 25 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

No winning ticket sold for Tuesday's $70 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — There was no winning ticket sold in Tuesday's Lotto Max $70 million draw. Only one of the 15 available $1 million Maxmillion prizes was claimed, by someone from the Atlantic provinces.
Victoria airport reopens after RCMP investigate suspicious device in luggage

Victoria airport reopens after RCMP investigate suspicious device in luggage

NORTH SAANICH, B.C. — The Victoria International Airport has reopened after all commercial flights were cancelled Tuesday following the discovery of something that police said looked like "an incendiary device" in someone's luggage.
Trudeau cancels appearance at event in B.C. after protesters hurl racial slurs

Trudeau cancels appearance at event in B.C. after protesters hurl racial slurs

SURREY, B.C.
Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard denies rape allegations at sex assault trial

Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard denies rape allegations at sex assault trial

TORONTO — Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard has emphatically denied raping a teenager and a young woman nearly six years ago, testifying Tuesday that both encounters were consensual and "passionate.
Canada shipping 20,000 rounds of artillery ammunition to Ukraine

Canada shipping 20,000 rounds of artillery ammunition to Ukraine

OTTAWA — Canada has purchased more than 20,000 rounds of artillery ammunition for Ukraine, Defence Minister Anita Anand said Tuesday.
Quebec legislature adopts Bill 96 language law, Legault calls reform 'moderate'

Quebec legislature adopts Bill 96 language law, Legault calls reform 'moderate'

Quebec Premier François Legault sought to reassure anglophones that his government's language law reform, adopted on Tuesday, won't prevent people from accessing health care in English.
Mass shooting inquiry: Two senior Mounties exempted from cross-examination

Mass shooting inquiry: Two senior Mounties exempted from cross-examination

HALIFAX — Two lawyers are criticizing a decision Tuesday to allow senior RCMP witnesses to avoid cross-examination before the inquiry investigating the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia.