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An unbreakable friendship: A look at past U.S. presidential addresses to Parliament

An unbreakable friendship: A look at past U.S. presidential addresses to Parliament

OTTAWA — United States President Joe Biden is set to deliver a speech to Parliament on Friday, becoming the ninth president to address Canadians in Ottawa. Here's a look back at past presidential speeches and the eras that defined them. Aug.
Pope Francis's tour came with a minimum $55-million price tag for Ottawa

Pope Francis's tour came with a minimum $55-million price tag for Ottawa

A family member of residential school survivors says the minimum $55-million price tag for the Pope’s visit to Canada last year feels like another slap in the face for Indigenous people.
In The News for March 23: Liberal MP quits caucus amid Chinese interference claims

In The News for March 23: Liberal MP quits caucus amid Chinese interference claims

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 March 23 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Budget 2023 to detail crackdown on 'junk fees' for consumers: federal source

Budget 2023 to detail crackdown on 'junk fees' for consumers: federal source

OTTAWA — A federal source says the coming budget will detail how the Liberals plan to go after hidden or unexpected consumer fees, following the United States announcing its own crackdown on these charges.
From pastries to policy, here's a look at a century of presidential visits to Canada

From pastries to policy, here's a look at a century of presidential visits to Canada

OTTAWA — It remains to be seen whether the president’s Irish eyes will be smiling in Ottawa this week, but Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau will almost certainly have a more pleasant get-together than the last visit by a U.S.
Toronto MP Han Dong quits Liberal caucus amid Chinese interference allegations

Toronto MP Han Dong quits Liberal caucus amid Chinese interference allegations

OTTAWA — Han Dong, the member of Parliament at the centre of allegations of Chinese meddling in Canadian affairs, has resigned from the Liberal caucus and will sit as an Independent.
Police find two more victims at site of fatal fire in Old Montreal, total now 4

Police find two more victims at site of fatal fire in Old Montreal, total now 4

MONTREAL — Police say two more bodies were recovered Wednesday from the wreckage of a building in Old Montreal that was destroyed by fire last week, bringing the total number of confirmed victims to four.
Former prime minister Stephen Harper says Canada needs a 'Conservative renaissance'

Former prime minister Stephen Harper says Canada needs a 'Conservative renaissance'

OTTAWA — Canada needs a “Conservative renaissance,” former prime minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday, but he cautioned that Pierre Poilievre should wait until an election before telling Canadians how he might run the country.
More nurses resign from Manitoba sexual assault program

More nurses resign from Manitoba sexual assault program

WINNIPEG — Two more nurses who helped examine sexual assault victims in Manitoba have resigned a day after one-third of the program's nurses stepped down, leaving one community health centre concerned about access to care.
Pierre Poilievre to get face time with U.S. President Joe Biden in Ottawa

Pierre Poilievre to get face time with U.S. President Joe Biden in Ottawa

OTTAWA — Official Opposition Leader Pierre Poilievre is expected to meet U.S. President Joe Biden when he visits Canada this week