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Canada’s premiers urge Trudeau to reform bail system following homicide

True North 23 Jul 2024
Canada’s provincial and territorial premiers are saying enough is enough after a British Columbia woman was allegedly killed by a man released from jail on bail days earlier. Canada’s provincial and ...

For first time, Japan sanctions four Israeli settlers over acts of violence against Palestinians in ...

Press TV 23 Jul 2024
The Japanese move came in the wake of a ruling by the United Nations’ top court on Israel’s presence in the 1967-occupied Palestinian territories ... UN’s top court says Israel's presence in Palestinian territories ‘illegal’.

Russia and China push back against U.S. warnings over Arctic activity

Sandhills Express 23 Jul 2024
The rapid melting of polar ice has sent activity in the inhospitable region into overdrive as nations eye newly viable oil, gas and mineral deposits as well as shipping routes in an area with a complex web of competing territorial claims.

Fipke’s Cantex agrees to pause Yukon exploration activity

Resource World 23 Jul 2024
The project is located within the traditional territory of the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun (FNND) ... Fipke is best known for discovering Ekati in the Northwest Territories, Canada’s first diamond mine.

Faster progress needed on removing interprovincial trade barriers: CFIB report

North Shore News 23 Jul 2024
Businesses looking to expand operations across borders within Canada experience several challenges, depending on the province or territory, the CFIB says ... The CFIB recommends governments across Canada ...

Final Bell Holdings International Announces Rights Offering and Provides Corporate Update

ACCESSWIRE 23 Jul 2024
The Rights will be offered to Shareholders resident in each province and territory of Canada (the " Eligible Jurisdictions ") and Shareholders resident elsewhere who have satisfied the requirements of the Company.

Gas leak leads to evacuation in Sanikiluaq, Nunavut

CBC 22 Jul 2024
Yvonne Niego, Nunavut's deputy Environment minister, confirmed to Radio-Canada Monday afternoon that there was a gas leak at the community's fuel tank farm and the territory suspects approximately 5,000 litres of gasoline had leaked ... .

B.C. doctor calls on province to fund anti-obesity drugs

True North 22 Jul 2024
In a statement to CBC News, the province’s Ministry of Health said that Canada’s Drug Agency recommended against provincial and territorial drug plans covering Ozempic for weight loss because the ...

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