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Two workers killed in scaffold collapse at Quebec paper mill identified

Two workers killed in scaffold collapse at Quebec paper mill identified

WINDSOR, Que. — Two workers who became trapped under a tangle of debris inside a Quebec paper mill when a scaffold collapsed this week were being mourned Thursday after the recovery of their bodies during the night.
Steven MacKinnon appointed chief government whip in the House of Commons

Steven MacKinnon appointed chief government whip in the House of Commons

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau says that Quebec MP Steven MacKinnon will be the chief government whip in the House of Commons.
Child labour policies, Canada's greenhouse gas emissions: In The News for Oct. 28

Child labour policies, Canada's greenhouse gas emissions: In The News for Oct. 28

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Oct. 28 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Many vendors selling to Ottawa lack policies to prevent child labour, report finds

Many vendors selling to Ottawa lack policies to prevent child labour, report finds

OTTAWA — A federally commissioned report looking at vendors who sold billions of dollars in goods to the government found the vast majority lacked adequate policies to prevent human and labour rights risks in their supply chains.
Two workers trapped under debris at Quebec paper mill found dead

Two workers trapped under debris at Quebec paper mill found dead

WINDSOR, Que. — Two workers trapped under debris of a collapsed multi-storey scaffold at a Quebec paper mill have been found dead. In a Twitter post, Domtar confirmed one of the deaths at the mill in Windsor, Que.
Women, young people more supportive of land acknowledgments by NHL teams: survey

Women, young people more supportive of land acknowledgments by NHL teams: survey

MONTREAL — Women, English speakers and young people are more likely to support land acknowledgments by hockey teams, according to a new survey commissioned by the Association for Canadian Studies.
More yellow onions sold in multiple provinces recalled due to possible Salmonella

More yellow onions sold in multiple provinces recalled due to possible Salmonella

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says a recall has been expanded for Goodfood brand onions due to possible salmonella contamination. Goodfood Market Corp.
Two charges each of murder, attempted murder laid in Faro, Yukon shootings

Two charges each of murder, attempted murder laid in Faro, Yukon shootings

WHITEHORSE — The RCMP say they were originally called Tuesday to investigate a domestic dispute in the small Yukon community of Faro before they received reports of gunfire that left two people dead and a man critically injured.
Government still undecided on whether to fight Indigenous child-welfare rulings

Government still undecided on whether to fight Indigenous child-welfare rulings

OTTAWA — With only two days until the court deadline, the Liberal cabinet still has not decided whether or not to appeal a decision that would see the government pay out billions of dollars in compensation to Indigenous families, according to Canada'
Lawsuit alleges Alberta premier's office failed to address sex harassment complaint

Lawsuit alleges Alberta premier's office failed to address sex harassment complaint

EDMONTON — A former senior political staffer in the Alberta government alleges in a lawsuit that the premier’s office fostered a “poisoned work environment” and repeatedly failed to address her complaint of sexual harassment about another employee.
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