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Inflation-focused Pierre Poilievre back to Parliament as health-care talks loom

Inflation-focused Pierre Poilievre back to Parliament as health-care talks loom

OTTAWA — It's no secret what Pierre Poilievre thinks about government spending and inflation. Same with guns.
There's a hungry Arctic predator with a lot of arms that eats polar bears

There's a hungry Arctic predator with a lot of arms that eats polar bears

On the Arctic sea floor lie hungry predators that can eat polar bears.
Canadian police chiefs speak out on death of Black man beaten by U.S. officers

Canadian police chiefs speak out on death of Black man beaten by U.S. officers

Canadian police chiefs condemned on Friday the death of a Black man who was savagely beaten by police during a traffic stop in the United States, saying the officers involved must be held accountable.

No winning ticket sold for Friday's $26 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Friday's Lotto Max $26 million draw. The jackpot for the next draw on Jan. 31 will be an estimated $31 million. The Canadian Press

Lotto Max winning numbers for Friday, Jan. 27, 2023

TORONTO — The winning numbers in Friday's Lotto Max draw for an estimated $26 million: 04, 05, 09, 13, 29, 30 & 35. Bonus: 20 In the event of any discrepancy between this list and the official winning numbers, the latter shall prevail.
Family of Tyre Nichols pleads for calm as U.S. confronts 'horrifying' video evidence

Family of Tyre Nichols pleads for calm as U.S. confronts 'horrifying' video evidence

WASHINGTON — The grieving family of Tyre Nichols called for calm across the United States on Friday as a country racked by racial and cultural divisions witnessed for itself visceral new video evidence of another young Black man enduring brutal, deadly violence at the hands of police
Alberta Justice spokespeople deliver duelling statements on prosecutor email review

Alberta Justice spokespeople deliver duelling statements on prosecutor email review

EDMONTON — An email probe into whether Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s office interfered with Crown prosecutors took a confusing turn Friday after two government spokespeople delivered duelling statements that raised questions over how far back the search went
U.S. senators call for trade crackdown on Canada over dairy quotas, digital policies

U.S. senators call for trade crackdown on Canada over dairy quotas, digital policies

WASHINGTON — Two U.S. senators are calling on the Biden administration to get tough with Canada and Mexico over what they describe as the two countries "flouting" their obligations under North America's three-year-old trade agreement. Democrat Sen.
129 neglected cattle seized from B.C. property with 'numerous' dead animals: SPCA

129 neglected cattle seized from B.C. property with 'numerous' dead animals: SPCA

CAWSTON, B.C. — Animal protection officers with the SPCA have seized 129 cattle from a property in southeastern British Columbia.
B.C. health minister Dix 'delighted' premiers finally set to meet PM on funding

B.C. health minister Dix 'delighted' premiers finally set to meet PM on funding

VICTORIA — British Columbia's health minister says he's "delighted" Canada's premiers are set to meet with the prime minister early next month to discuss a potential deal to increase federal health funding.