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Whale experts confident orca calf will survive, find family if rescue plan succeeds

Whale experts confident orca calf will survive, find family if rescue plan succeeds

ZEBALLOS, B.C.
Quebecers who were in youth protection less likely to graduate, be employed: study

Quebecers who were in youth protection less likely to graduate, be employed: study

MONTREAL — A recent study commissioned by the Quebec government says young people who had been in the care of the province's youth protection authorities are less likely to graduate from high school or to be employed than their peers.
Airbus workers at Quebec plant reject company's third contract offer

Airbus workers at Quebec plant reject company's third contract offer

MONTREAL — Unionized workers at an Airbus assembly plant north of Montreal have rejected a contract offer for the third time. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, which represents about 1,300 workers at the Mirabel, Que.
Bus carrying Quebec youth baseball players crashes, injuring coach

Bus carrying Quebec youth baseball players crashes, injuring coach

MONTREAL — A Quebec youth baseball coach was seriously injured after a bus carrying players to a training camp in Florida veered off the road early Saturday morning.
Cap on plastic production remains contentious as Ottawa set to host treaty talks

Cap on plastic production remains contentious as Ottawa set to host treaty talks

OTTAWA — Negotiators from 176 countries will gather in downtown Ottawa this week for the fourth round of talks to create a global treaty to eliminate plastic waste in less than 20 years.
In domestic abuse, strangulation is a 'hidden' predictor of femicide, experts say

In domestic abuse, strangulation is a 'hidden' predictor of femicide, experts say

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Georgina McGrath says she still has to sleep some nights with the windows open, the cold air in her lungs a reminder that she's far away from the man who used to strangle her.
Ottawa puts up $50M in federal budget to hedge against job-stealing AI

Ottawa puts up $50M in federal budget to hedge against job-stealing AI

OTTAWA — Worried artificial intelligence is coming for your job? So is the federal government — enough, at least, to set aside $50 million for skills retraining for workers.
Wrongfully convicted New Brunswick man dies months after exoneration

Wrongfully convicted New Brunswick man dies months after exoneration

FREDERICTON — A New Brunswick man who spent decades fighting a wrongful murder conviction that landed him and a friend behind bars had only a few months to relish his victory, the organization that helped in his legal battle said Saturday as it annou
Some improvement to Montreal Village but troubles persist, community members say

Some improvement to Montreal Village but troubles persist, community members say

MONTREAL — Members of Montreal's Village community say they've seen some improvements to local security and cleanliness in the 10 months since the city launched a revitalization strategy, but they argue homelessness, drug use and mental health proble
What's a Barnacle? It's yellow, sticks and screams if you try to pry it off your car

What's a Barnacle? It's yellow, sticks and screams if you try to pry it off your car

Barnacles have appeared on vehicles in Saskatchewan's capital, but they're not sticky little water-dwelling crustaceans.