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Police seize more than 28 stolen vehicles, thousands of dollars in Montreal area

Police seize more than 28 stolen vehicles, thousands of dollars in Montreal area

MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police have announced the seizure of more than 28 vehicles and thousands of dollars in the Montreal area this week as part of their fight against organized vehicle theft in the province.
Man accused of killing fellow student in class wanted tarot cards back, court hears

Man accused of killing fellow student in class wanted tarot cards back, court hears

WETASKIWIN — A man on trial for stabbing a fellow student to death in their high school classroom three years ago had wanted her to return his tarot cards, court heard Monday.
U.S. drops planned regulations for dogs crossing border from rabies-free countries

U.S. drops planned regulations for dogs crossing border from rabies-free countries

OTTAWA — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has rolled over on plans to require dog owners crossing the border from Canada to fill out onerous paperwork this summer, the agency announced Monday.
Senior Quebec church leader resumes role after six-month leave due to abuse claims

Senior Quebec church leader resumes role after six-month leave due to abuse claims

QUEBEC CITY, Que.
Two Albertans charged in online death threats to Trudeau, other federal leaders

Two Albertans charged in online death threats to Trudeau, other federal leaders

EDMONTON — Two Alberta men have been charged after death threats were allegedly directed at top federal politicians, including the prime minister.
Stall and crash in plane in B.C. renews safety board call to Transport Canada

Stall and crash in plane in B.C. renews safety board call to Transport Canada

RICHMOND, B.C. — A crash of an Air Nootka De Havilland plane on Vancouver Island last year has reopened a debate between the Transportation Safety Board and the federal government over stall warning systems.
Canadian killed near Gaza border after threatening forces with knife: Israeli police

Canadian killed near Gaza border after threatening forces with knife: Israeli police

OTTAWA — Israeli police say a Canadian citizen was killed Monday after threatening local security officials with a knife near the border with the Gaza Strip.
In the news today: Interest rate cut possible this week: Economists

In the news today: Interest rate cut possible this week: Economists

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed...
Mom wants quicker reform on disaster preparations, one year after flood took son

Mom wants quicker reform on disaster preparations, one year after flood took son

HALIFAX — The mother of a boy who died a year ago in a Nova Scotia flood says her grief returns daily, along with frustration over what she considers the province's slow pace in reforming its preparations for climate disasters.
U.S. President Joe Biden steps aside as Democratic candidate, ending re-election bid

U.S. President Joe Biden steps aside as Democratic candidate, ending re-election bid

WASHINGTON, D. C.
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