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The Canadian Press appoints veteran Andrea Baillie as editor-in-chief

The Canadian Press appoints veteran Andrea Baillie as editor-in-chief

TORONTO — The Canadian Press is promoting managing editor Andrea Baillie to editor-in-chief, marking the first time a woman will oversee editorial operations at the national news wire.
Food fight: Liberals, Tories trade shots as pre-campaign battles intensify

Food fight: Liberals, Tories trade shots as pre-campaign battles intensify

OTTAWA — Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor is trying to distinguish the Liberals as a party of scientific, evidence-based policy while she says Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is spreading misinformation about Canada's new food guide.
Huawei Canada says it met federal security requirements for new Arctic 4G project

Huawei Canada says it met federal security requirements for new Arctic 4G project

OTTAWA — Huawei Canada says it has received federal approval to work with a northern telecom company and an Inuit development corporation to extend high-speed 4G wireless services to 70 communities in the Arctic and northern Quebec.
Provincial police suspend aerial search for missing businessman, son

Provincial police suspend aerial search for missing businessman, son

MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police are suspending helicopter searches today for a Quebec businessman and his teen son missing for 12 days somewhere in a vast area of the upper Laurentians.
Federal money to help veterans find housing, basic services

Federal money to help veterans find housing, basic services

OTTAWA — A Montreal project to help homeless veterans find a place to live and other necessary services is among 22 initiatives receiving federal money from a fund that supports former military members.
Crime rate rose in 2018 but country still safer than a decade ago, StatCan says

Crime rate rose in 2018 but country still safer than a decade ago, StatCan says

OTTAWA — The country's crime rate ticked up again in 2018, for a fourth year in a row, according to Statistics Canada.

N.L. fishing guide among dead in Labrador plane crash, four still missing

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A funeral for an experienced fishing guide and father of three is to be held in Deer Lake, N.L., today, one week after a float plane that he and six others were on board crashed into a lake in Labrador.
Vigil planned tonight to mark first anniversary of Greektown shooting

Vigil planned tonight to mark first anniversary of Greektown shooting

TORONTO — Members of a community in the heart of Toronto prepared to mark a solemn milestone on Monday by holding a vigil to commemorate the first anniversary of a shooting that shattered the city's Greektown neighbourhood.
Poor weather prevents attempt to free entangled North Atlantic right whale

Poor weather prevents attempt to free entangled North Atlantic right whale

HALIFAX — Poor weather conditions have forced a whale rescue team to postpone its bid to disentangle a North Atlantic right whale from fishing gear that is trailing from its head.
In the news today, July 22

In the news today, July 22

Four stories in the news for Monday, July 22 ——— VIGIL ON FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF DANFORTH SHOOTING Members of Toronto's Greektown community will gather tonight to remember the victims of a mass shooting last summer.