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Canada to require nutrition warnings on front of some packaged food

Canada to require nutrition warnings on front of some packaged food

Canada will require nutrition warnings on the front of pre-packaged food with high levels of saturated fat, sugar or sodium starting in 2026 in an effort to help grocery shoppers make healthier choices
More Canadian troops headed to Latvia, Trudeau says at NATO summit

More Canadian troops headed to Latvia, Trudeau says at NATO summit

MADRID — Canada will be sending more troops to Latvia as part of a pledge to upgrade and strengthen the NATO battlegroup it is leading there, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
Canadians urged to catch up on vaccinations, prepare for fall boosters

Canadians urged to catch up on vaccinations, prepare for fall boosters

Federal health officials are bracing Canadians for another round of COVID-19 vaccines expected to roll out in the fall, and are urging those behind on their boosters to catch up now.
Supreme Court will not hear appeal by convicted B.C. sex trafficker Reza Moazami

Supreme Court will not hear appeal by convicted B.C. sex trafficker Reza Moazami

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from a British Columbia man convicted of trafficking 11 female victims, including underage girls, for sex.
'Forward together:' Manitoba Métis graphic designer creates logo for papal visit

'Forward together:' Manitoba Métis graphic designer creates logo for papal visit

WINNIPEG — Shaun Vincent points to his computer monitor at soaring eagles, salmon and a caribou herd that appear as if they are moving together in a brilliant blue circle.
After 'Freedom Convoy,' Canadian flag has taken on new meaning for some this year

After 'Freedom Convoy,' Canadian flag has taken on new meaning for some this year

OTTAWA — Puneet Luthra has always taken advantage of the Canadian flags his local MP's office gives away so he can raise one at his Toronto home. “I just think it looks great. I think it’s beautiful,” he said.
Protests in Ottawa, SCOC decision on rape shield laws: In The News for June 30

Protests in Ottawa, SCOC decision on rape shield laws: In The News for June 30

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of June 30 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Reimagining Canada Day: Celebrations take new approach to honour Indigenous people

Reimagining Canada Day: Celebrations take new approach to honour Indigenous people

Many communities are reimagining Canada Day celebrations to recognize Indigenous Peoples, as the country continues to reckon with its legacy following the discovery of possible unmarked graves at former residential schools.

NACI recommends fall COVID-19 booster shot in advance of possible future wave

OTTAWA — The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is recommending booster shots this fall in advance of a possible future wave of COVID-19 in Canada.
Explosive devices found in a vehicle connected to B.C. bank robbers killed

Explosive devices found in a vehicle connected to B.C. bank robbers killed

Multiple explosive devices were found in a vehicle related to the two suspects who were gunned down outside a bank in Saanich, B.C.