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Niagara council docks Ontario mayor's pay for asking woman if COVID-19 shot affected her period

Niagara regional council, acting on a code of conduct investigation, has voted to dock the pay of the mayor of West Lincoln, Ont., six months after he asked a woman in a private Facebook message if the COVID-19 vaccine changed her menstrual cycle.

Quebec premier says Trudeau must ensure province does not lose a seat

The number of Quebec MPs would go from 78 to 77 in a planned redistribution of parliamentary ridings in Canada.

Maj.-Gen. Fortin appeals judge's ruling on reinstatement to COVID-19 vaccine campaign

Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin is appealing after a Federal Court judge struck down his request for reinstatement as the head of Canada's COVID-19 vaccine distribution campaign.

Sask. plans to send more COVID-19 patients to Ontario

Saskatchewan plans to increase the number of COVID-19 patients it sends to Ontario starting early next week.

Record 21 humpback calves spotted in Salish Sea over feeding season as whale numbers rebound

A record number of humpback whale calves have been documented swimming off the coast of Washington State and British Columbia this summer and fall.

Simmering Canada-U.S. trade dispute erupts into the open

An emerging trade irritant between Canada and the U.S. that's been quietly simmering for months has now bubbled into the open. The Canadian government sent a letter to U.S. officials expressing dismay over a proposal involving autos, and hinting that it might prompt a trade action.

Taxpayers spent up to $720K on salaries for military leaders sidelined by sexual misconduct crisis

Taxpayers have spent an estimated $639,000 to $720,900 on salaries for high-ranking military officers who have been moved out of their jobs in connection with the military's sexual misconduct crisis, according to a CBC News analysis.

Senior soldier returned to leadership role after investigation into alleged use of racial slur

A senior member of the Canadian Armed Forces who was removed from his role in Canada's vaccine rollout in the spring has been deemed fit to continue as a senior military leader.

Canadian Forces to be deployed to help tackle Iqaluit's water crisis

The Canadian Armed Forces will be stepping in to help with the water crisis in Iqaluit. "We will always be there to help Canadians deal with an emergency," Public Safety Minister Bill Blair tweeted on Friday

Health-care worker fired for drinking can't challenge termination using Human Rights Code: Supreme Court

A Manitoba health-care worker who was fired from her job for drinking alcohol cannot challenge her termination under her province’s Human Rights Code, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled. 

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