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B.C. pilot study to allow electric kick scooters to operate legally in six cities

B.C. pilot study to allow electric kick scooters to operate legally in six cities

VANCOUVER — A newly approved pilot project will allow electric kick scooters to legally cruise the streets and bike paths of six British Columbia municipalities.

TSB releases report into plane crash that killed young Quebec pilot in 2019

The Transportation Safety Board says the death of a young Quebec pilot in September 2019 was likely due to spatial disorientation and is highlighting the danger of nighttime flights in poor weather.
Singh says he disagrees with MP's post on racism in Quebec, but demands no apology

Singh says he disagrees with MP's post on racism in Quebec, but demands no apology

OTTAWA — New Democrat Leader Jagmeet Singh says he does not agree with accusations that Quebecers are racist, after one of his MPs applauded controversial remarks on the subject by a University of Ottawa professor.
Northern communities at risk without proper waste management: report

Northern communities at risk without proper waste management: report

IQALUIT, Nunavut — A report from Oceans North says communities in northern Canada face serious risk if their long-standing waste management problems are not addressed.
China slams Canada's treatment of First Nations in response to sanctions

China slams Canada's treatment of First Nations in response to sanctions

OTTAWA — China lashed out Tuesday against Canada and other western countries, saying they have no right to criticize the regime's human-rights record, considering their own.
Desmond inquiry: firearms official says there was confusion over RCMP reports

Desmond inquiry: firearms official says there was confusion over RCMP reports

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — At the heart of an inquiry investigating why a former soldier killed three family members and himself four years ago are questions surrounding Lionel Desmond's ability to own and buy guns.
RCMP breached policy on collection of online information: audit

RCMP breached policy on collection of online information: audit

OTTAWA — An internal review says the RCMP routinely flouted its own policies when gathering information from the internet, potentially endangering investigations and prosecutions.
29-year-old Montreal woman dies following alleged attack by her boyfriend

29-year-old Montreal woman dies following alleged attack by her boyfriend

MONTREAL — A 29-year-old Montreal woman is dead after allegedly being assaulted by her partner over the weekend, police said Tuesday.
Saskatchewan closes restaurants, issues travel advisory in Regina and area

Saskatchewan closes restaurants, issues travel advisory in Regina and area

Regina is back under some of the strictest public-health measures seen in the province since last spring over concerns about a rising spread of more infectious COVID-19 variants.
Former ambassador MacNaughton did not violate Lobbying Act: commissioner

Former ambassador MacNaughton did not violate Lobbying Act: commissioner

OTTAWA — Canada's former ambassador to the United States has been cleared of illegally lobbying federal government officials.