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Trudeau won't comment on future of TikTok in U.S., as Liberals tap app's influencers

Trudeau won't comment on future of TikTok in U.S., as Liberals tap app's influencers

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is refusing to comment on the future of TikTok in the United States, at a time when his own party is leaning on the app and its influencers to deliver the Liberals' political message to Canadians. The U.
Ottawa injects another $36M into vaccine injury compensation fund

Ottawa injects another $36M into vaccine injury compensation fund

OTTAWA — The federal government has added $36.4 million to a program designed to support people who have been seriously injured or killed by vaccines since the end of 2020.
Canadians should expect politicians to support right to bail, Virani's office says

Canadians should expect politicians to support right to bail, Virani's office says

OTTAWA — The public should expect politicians to support their right to bail and to be presumed innocent, the office of Canada's justice minister says, warning that "immediate" and "uninformed reactions" only worsen matters.
Montreal Olympic Stadium fire: Quebec grants up to $40 million for cleanup, repairs

Montreal Olympic Stadium fire: Quebec grants up to $40 million for cleanup, repairs

MONTREAL — The Quebec government has awarded the organization that manages Montreal's Olympic Stadium up to $40 million to pay for repairs and decontamination after a March 21 fire.
Man stabbed to death in White Rock, B.C., days after similar knife attack in area

Man stabbed to death in White Rock, B.C., days after similar knife attack in area

WHITE ROCK, B.C. — A man has been killed in a stabbing in White Rock, B.C., and police say there are "apparent similarities" to another knife attack in the same area two days earlier.
'Good luck with that': PM says Saskatchewan premier shouldn't pick fight with CRA

'Good luck with that': PM says Saskatchewan premier shouldn't pick fight with CRA

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on Wednesday that the Canada Revenue Agency is "very, very good" at getting the money it's owed.
Poll suggests half of Canadians have negative opinion of latest Liberal budget

Poll suggests half of Canadians have negative opinion of latest Liberal budget

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests the Liberals have not won over voters with their latest budget, though there is broad support for their plan to build millions of homes.
Feds need 'nuanced' approach to ensure public sector doesn't lose tech talent: Anand

Feds need 'nuanced' approach to ensure public sector doesn't lose tech talent: Anand

TORONTO — Treasury Board President Anita Anand says Canada has to take a "nuanced" approach to shrinking its public service in order to protect some of its tech worker ranks.
In the news today: Ottawa adds $36 million to vaccine fund

In the news today: Ottawa adds $36 million to vaccine fund

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
LGBTQ+ rallies to be held across Canada, billed as largest since marriage equality

LGBTQ+ rallies to be held across Canada, billed as largest since marriage equality

Organizations across the country are gearing up for what they describe as the largest LGBTQ+ mobilization since the push for marriage equality.