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A timeline on rail disruptions by anti pipeline protesters across Canada

RCMP began enforcing an injunction earlier this month that prevents interference with construction of a $6.6-billion natural gas pipeline in northern British Columbia.
The blockade stays put and Teck withdraws; In The News for Feb. 24

The blockade stays put and Teck withdraws; In The News for Feb. 24

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 Feb. 24. What we are watching in Canada ...
CRA puts focus on paper returns as tax-filing season opens

CRA puts focus on paper returns as tax-filing season opens

OTTAWA — The Canada Revenue Agency is sending an unlikely message to kick off tax season: Paper-filers, we have not forgotten you.
New presumptive case of novel coronavirus in Toronto, health officials say

New presumptive case of novel coronavirus in Toronto, health officials say

TORONTO — A woman who arrived in Toronto from China last week has a presumptive case of the novel coronavirus, health officials said Sunday, days after announcing the last of three people previously diagnosed in Ontario had been cleared of the illnes
Teck withdraws application for Frontier mine, citing discourse over climate change

Teck withdraws application for Frontier mine, citing discourse over climate change

VANCOUVER — Teck Resources Ltd. has withdrawn its application for a massive oilsands mining project just days ahead of an expected government decision, citing the political discourse over climate change.
Police give Tyendinaga Mohawk protesters deadline to clear rail blockade: reports

Police give Tyendinaga Mohawk protesters deadline to clear rail blockade: reports

TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY, Ont. — Protesters were reportedly given until the end of Sunday night to clear a blockade on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory that's crippled the country's rail network.
Quebec education minister apologizes to McGill prof barred from ethics forum

Quebec education minister apologizes to McGill prof barred from ethics forum

MONTREAL — Quebec's education minister has formally apologized to a renowned McGill University ethics professor for removing him from consultations based on false information.
Violent ends to past Indigenous protests haunt Trudeau government

Violent ends to past Indigenous protests haunt Trudeau government

OTTAWA — The ghosts of Indigenous protests past have hovered over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as his government struggles to bring a peaceful end to blockades that have disrupted traffic on rail lines and other major transportation routes across th
Alberta and two First Nations make deal for proposed oilsands mine

Alberta and two First Nations make deal for proposed oilsands mine

EDMONTON — The Alberta government has struck deals with two northern Alberta First Nations over a proposed open-pit oilsands mine that's awaiting Ottawa's approval.
Once convicted of manslaughter, ex-gang member now licensed as lawyer

Once convicted of manslaughter, ex-gang member now licensed as lawyer

TORONTO — It sometimes seems like the trajectory of a life that has taken him from one side of the law to the other since his arrival in Canada as an infant three decades ago belongs to someone else.
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