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Woodland Cree, Obsidian Energy resolve northern Alberta standoff

CALGARY — An energy company says a First Nations blockade and standoff that kept it from using an oil lease road has been resolved. Calgary-based Obsidian Energy says it has reached an agreement in principle with the Woodland Cree First Nation.
US Coast Guard boss says she is not trying to hide the branch’s failure to handle sex assault cases

US Coast Guard boss says she is not trying to hide the branch’s failure to handle sex assault cases

The commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard tried Tuesday to assure skeptical and frustrated U.S.
Environment Canada predicts warm summer across country, especially in East

Environment Canada predicts warm summer across country, especially in East

Environment Canada is predicting a warmer-than-usual summer across the entire country, with the greatest chance of high temperatures everywhere east of Manitoba.
Trump's company: New Jersey golf club liquor license probe doesn't apply to ex-president

Trump's company: New Jersey golf club liquor license probe doesn't apply to ex-president

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, is convicted of all 3 felonies in federal gun trial

President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, is convicted of all 3 felonies in federal gun trial

WILMINGTON, Del.
North Carolina lawmakers approve mask bill that allows health exemption after pushback

North Carolina lawmakers approve mask bill that allows health exemption after pushback

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A new, reworked version of a bill that originally caught flak for removing a pandemic-era health exemption for wearing a mask in public was approved by North Carolina lawmakers on Tuesday.
Biden's student loan work gets tepid reviews - even among those with debt, an AP-NORC poll finds

Biden's student loan work gets tepid reviews - even among those with debt, an AP-NORC poll finds

WASHINGTON (AP) — As he campaigns for reelection, President Joe Biden frequently touts his work on student debt, pointing to the millions of people who received cancellation under his watch.
Vancouver port open to recommendations from TSB after seaplane-boat collision

Vancouver port open to recommendations from TSB after seaplane-boat collision

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority says it is "certainly possible" that rules surrounding seaplanes operating in the city's downtown harbour could change in light of an aircraft colliding with a pleasure boat on takeoff over the weekend.
B.C. should step up on asylum claims, minister says in response to call for funds

B.C. should step up on asylum claims, minister says in response to call for funds

OTTAWA — British Columbia needs to step up and take on more asylum seekers who come to Canada, the federal immigration minister said Tuesday in response to criticism from the B.C. premier about funding for immigration settlement.
Federal Court judge finds minister took too long in case of endangered spotted owl

Federal Court judge finds minister took too long in case of endangered spotted owl

A federal judge says it's "difficult to fathom" how it could be reasonable for Canada's environment minister to take more than eight months before recommending an emergency protection order for British Columbia's northern spotted owl.
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