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Trudeau at NATO leaders’ summit as Russia escalates Ukraine aggression

Trudeau at NATO leaders’ summit as Russia escalates Ukraine aggression

Canada will also be facing questions on its record on defence spending
Climate change made record-breaking heat wave ‘much more likely’

Climate change made record-breaking heat wave ‘much more likely’

First-of-its-kind analysis says human action made recent Eastern Canada conditions ‘much more likely’
Heat wave scorching Canada can’t touch 2021 heat dome

Heat wave scorching Canada can’t touch 2021 heat dome

Even as records fall, impact won’t touch ‘anomalous and extreme’ situation 3 years ago
European results evidence of why a snap election unlikely in Canada: analyst

European results evidence of why a snap election unlikely in Canada: analyst

Anti-incumbent sentiment took down 2 G7 governments in the past week
As Biden campaigns, some Democratic leaders say he should step aside

As Biden campaigns, some Democratic leaders say he should step aside

Party deeply divided on best path forward with questions around Biden’s age on voters’ minds
Alice Munro’s daughter says mom kept silent when stepfather sexually abused her

Alice Munro’s daughter says mom kept silent when stepfather sexually abused her

Daughter says Munro knew about the abuse but stayed in the marriage
A week later, WestJet continues to feel the fallout from mechanics strike

A week later, WestJet continues to feel the fallout from mechanics strike

Figures from the airline suggest at least 170,000 passengers were affected
Flooding possible as storm surge warning issued for Yukon coast

Flooding possible as storm surge warning issued for Yukon coast

Some coastal erosion may also occur, Environment Canada says
Vehicle supply building. Prices are going down. Is it time to buy a new car?

Vehicle supply building. Prices are going down. Is it time to buy a new car?

Manufacturers lowering interest rates as they look to get rid of built-up inventory
Newfoundland and Labrador premier takes aim at Ottawa over reopened cod fishery

Newfoundland and Labrador premier takes aim at Ottawa over reopened cod fishery

The DFO said last week that Canadian vessels would be allowed to catch 18K tonnes in the 2024 season