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New federal Green member looks to learn from May, not replace her

New federal Green member looks to learn from May, not replace her

FREDERICTON — As a teenager, the Green party's newest member of Parliament declared her desire to become prime minister, but Jenica Atwin says she's not gunning for the leadership of her party — at least not yet.
'Human error' blamed for long delay reporting results in Ontario riding

'Human error' blamed for long delay reporting results in Ontario riding

OTTAWA — Elections Canada is blaming "human error" for having left federal candidates in one southern Ontario riding waiting the better part of a day to find out who garnered the most votes there in Monday's election.
Singh calls for reform of 'broken' voting system after NDP falls short in Quebec

Singh calls for reform of 'broken' voting system after NDP falls short in Quebec

BURNABY, B.C. — If there's any election that has highlighted how "broken" Canada's electoral system is, it's this one, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said in his morning-after assessment.

Down to the wire: The 10 closest races in Monday's federal election

OTTAWA — The votes have been counted and Canada's 43rd federal election has yielded a minority Liberal government.
Alleged RCMP secret leaker Cameron Ortis granted bail with conditions

Alleged RCMP secret leaker Cameron Ortis granted bail with conditions

OTTAWA — Cameron Jay Ortis, a senior RCMP official accused of breaching Canada's official-secrets law, walked out of an Ottawa courthouse Tuesday after being released on bail with strict conditions.
Mint's new coin honours founder of Manitoba and Metis leader Louis Riel

Mint's new coin honours founder of Manitoba and Metis leader Louis Riel

WINNIPEG — The Royal Canadian Mint has issued a new coin featuring a portrait of Louis Riel, an important Metis leader and the founder of Manitoba. The coin was launched on the 175th anniversary of Riel's birth.
Minority report: A post-election version of In-The-News for Oct. 22

Minority report: A post-election version of In-The-News for Oct. 22

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 Oct. 22. What we are watching in Canada ...
Trudeau has won the most seats — but not a majority. What happens next?

Trudeau has won the most seats — but not a majority. What happens next?

OTTAWA — The Liberals have once more won the most seats in the House of Commons, but this time they do not have an outright majority.
Permafrost emits more carbon in winter than plants absorb in summer: study

Permafrost emits more carbon in winter than plants absorb in summer: study

Research has found Arctic soil has warmed to the point where it releases more carbon in winter than northern plants can absorb during the summer.
Liberals return with minority government in Election 2019

Liberals return with minority government in Election 2019

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau has emerged from a bruising 40-day election campaign with his image tarnished and his grip on power weakened, needing the support of at least one party to maintain a minority Liberal government in a country bitterly divided.