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RBC report says $2 trillion needed to reach 2050 target of net-zero economy

RBC report says $2 trillion needed to reach 2050 target of net-zero economy

OTTAWA — A new report says the country will need roughly $2 trillion to put the economy on a path to net-zero emissions in 30 years, including government spending on things like skills training and backstops to prod the necessary investments.
Rebel News asks court to quash fines for violating election law on third-party ads

Rebel News asks court to quash fines for violating election law on third-party ads

OTTAWA — Rebel News Network is asking a court to quash $3,000 worth of fines levied against the right-wing media outlet by the commissioner of elections.
Sept. inflation rate, Parliament vaccination requirement : In The News for Oct. 20

Sept. inflation rate, Parliament vaccination requirement : In The News for Oct. 20

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. 20 ... What we are watching in Canada ...

A single winning ticket was sold for Tuesday's $55 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — Tuesday's $55 million jackpot has been won by a single ticket holder in the Prairies. However, the four $1 million Maxmillion prizes went unclaimed. The jackpot for the next draw on Oct. 22 will be an estimated $14 million.
Only fully vaccinated people to be allowed in House of Commons precinct

Only fully vaccinated people to be allowed in House of Commons precinct

OTTAWA — When Parliament resumes on Nov. 22, no one will be allowed into the House of Commons precinct unless they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Hockey games, weddings, concerts in B.C. back to 100 per cent for fully vaccinated

Hockey games, weddings, concerts in B.C. back to 100 per cent for fully vaccinated

VICTORIA — Indoor and outdoor organized events in British Columbia will soon be able to return to full capacity to allow those who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend, with the province's top doctor saying health officials will keep
Lawyers say they should be excluded from money laundering policies in B.C.

Lawyers say they should be excluded from money laundering policies in B.C.

VANCOUVER — Two groups representing lawyers say their profession should be excluded from any government regulations aimed at fighting money laundering in British Columbia in order to protect the confidentiality of the lawyer-client relationship.
Tk’emlúps leaders' letter sets steps for PM to prove commitment to reconciliation

Tk’emlúps leaders' letter sets steps for PM to prove commitment to reconciliation

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Senior members of a British Columbia First Nation have issued an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that petitions him to formally commit to seven steps he could take to show he is serious about reconciliation.
Coal report on Albertans' views to be delayed one month, says panel chairman

Coal report on Albertans' views to be delayed one month, says panel chairman

EDMONTON — A report detailing how Albertans feel about open-pit coal mining in the Rockies will be delayed by a month, says the head of the committee preparing the document.
Legault pledges to decentralize health as he lays out priorities for coming year

Legault pledges to decentralize health as he lays out priorities for coming year

Quebec Premier François Legault on Tuesday made decentralizing the province’s health system a key priority as he laid out the priorities for the final year of his government's mandate.