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More than 13,000 people forced from homes as wildfires burn across Alberta

More than 13,000 people forced from homes as wildfires burn across Alberta

More than 13,000 people were ordered to leave their homes as 78 wildfires burned across Alberta on Friday.
Senator says RCMP must release evidence of alleged Chinese police stations in Canada

Senator says RCMP must release evidence of alleged Chinese police stations in Canada

MONTREAL — A Canadian senator is denouncing the stigmatization of two Montreal-area community organizations that have been accused by the RCMP of hosting secret Chinese government police stations. Independent Sen. Yuen Pau Woo told reporters today that the RCMP must come forward with evidence against these two groups.
Proud Boys' Tarrio guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy

Proud Boys' Tarrio guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio and three other members of the far-right extremist group were convicted Thursday of a plot to attack the U.S. Capitol in a desperate bid to keep Donald Trump in power after the Republican lost the 2020 presidential election.
Supreme Court of Canada won't hear man's appeal in alleged wrongful conviction case

Supreme Court of Canada won't hear man's appeal in alleged wrongful conviction case

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear the appeal of a Quebec man seeking compensation over imprisonment for murders he says he did not commit.
Taiwan trade chief warns against 'unnecessary fear' of China

Taiwan trade chief warns against 'unnecessary fear' of China

WASHINGTON (AP) — Taiwan's chief trade representative says his country's semiconductor makers will expand production in the U.S. as much as they can afford to do so, but he insists Taiwan remains an ideal place for that production and other U.S. trade, business and investment, despite tensions with China.
PM's brother denies Trudeau Foundation was involved in foreign interference

PM's brother denies Trudeau Foundation was involved in foreign interference

OTTAWA — The prime minister's brother insisted to members of Parliament on Wednesday that the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation has not been part of any foreign interference attempts by China, as the organization continues to be dogged by questions about controversial donations. 
Google Canada tells Senate Bill C-18 would create unreasonable financial liability

Google Canada tells Senate Bill C-18 would create unreasonable financial liability

OTTAWA — Google Canada has told senators that it would be reasonable to reconsider whether it shares links to news sites if the government's online news bill becomes law, but it is not promising to block them.
Attorney general alerts online companies to B.C.'s new image-sharing law

Attorney general alerts online companies to B.C.'s new image-sharing law

VICTORIA — British Columbia's attorney general has sent a letter to technology companies warning they could face orders to stop the distribution of intimate images of B.C. residents that have been shared without their consent.
Trump lawsuit against New York Times over 2018 series tossed

Trump lawsuit against New York Times over 2018 series tossed

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against The New York Times over a 2018 investigative series into his family’s wealth and tax practices was dismissed by a state judge Wednesday.
Zelenskyy wants Putin trial; Russia accuses US on drones

Zelenskyy wants Putin trial; Russia accuses US on drones

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Ukraine and Russia pressed their wartime rhetoric Thursday, with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy expressing confidence that Vladimir Putin would be convicted of war crimes, and the Kremlin alleging that the U.S. was behind what it called an assassination attempt against the Russian president.
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