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Grounded 737 Max could take first step toward being cleared to fly this week, say crash victims' families

Canadian families who lost loved ones on a Boeing 737 Max in 2019 say Transport Canada has told them the fleet could be "validated" as early as tomorrow — the first step toward potentially clearing the aircraft to fly again.

CDC shortens quarantine recommendation for U.S., raising questions in Canada

The recommended quarantine time for close contacts of a positive COVID-19 case is being reduced by up to a week in the United States, but while some of Canada's health experts say a similar approach could be useful here, others aren't so sure.

Indigenous Services minister acknowledges Liberals won't meet promised drinking water target

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller confirmed today that the Liberal government will not meet its commitment to lift all long-term drinking water advisories in First Nations by March 2021.

Federal government lifts the veil on House of Commons renovations

Today, Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC), the government department leading the House of Commons renovations, invited a handful of journalists inside to document the state of the work.

Fossil fuel production far exceeds climate targets, UN says

The world's governments plan to produce more than double the amount of coal, oil and gas in 2030 than would be consistent with curbing global warming, the United Nations and research groups said on Wednesday in the latest warning over climate change.

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