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Europe · Ottawa

Canada buys ammunition from U.S. to send to Ukraine - defense minister

46% Center coverage: 13 sources
Canada has purchased 20,000 artillery rounds of NATO standard ammunition for Ukraine. The ammunition was bought from the United States for about C$98 million ($76.32 million).See the Story
US & Canada · Ottawa

Canada can do more for military members struggling to find housing: defence minister

37% Center coverage: 11 sources
An email encouraging members of the Canadian Armed Forces to consider contacting Habitat for Humanity if they can't find affordable housing is casting a spotlight on a growing challenge. The email was sent by a senior officer at 19 Wing Comox to other members at the Royal Canadian Air Force base on northern Vancouver Island. Defence Department spokeswoman Jessica Lamirande said members were not being directed to Habitat, but rather that it was being presented as an option to those having difficulty finding housing.See the Story
US & Canada · Ottawa

Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich isn't going back to jail and is now allowed to visit Ottawa

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich will not be returning to jail, a judge has ruled, after a Crown prosecutor argued in court that she violated her release conditions.See the Story
Justin Trudeau · Ottawa

Trudeau on Texas massacre: 'All of Canada grieves'

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says all of Canada is grieving the tragedy. In the U.S., however, grief has already given way to unbridled rage. Tuesday's shooting comes less than two weeks after a gunman killed 10 people at a grocery store in Buffalo, N.Y. The Texas horror is sure to dominate Senate proceedings.See the Story
Ottawa, Ontario · Ottawa

Ontario election 2022: Find your riding, local candidates

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Use the tool below to find your Ontario riding before you head to the polls on June 2. Global News has profiled all 124 ridings in the province so you can find your riding and learn more about the local candidates running in your riding. Click here to see the full list of all Ontario ridings.See the Story
Power Outages · Ottawa

Province to pick up the tab for Ottawa storm cleanup

Coverage: 2 sources
Ottawa mayor Jim Watson says Premier Doug Ford has assured him the province will pay for cleaning up the national capital after Saturday's powerful, deadly storm. The cleanup is likely to cost tens of millions of dollars, though no official dollar figure has been shared at this point. City officials said Tuesday that it would be another two to three days to finish restoring power to the majority of customers.See the Story
US & Canada · Ottawa

Canada's 2022 summer weather forecast predicts huge differences from coast-to-coast

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
A portion of eastern Canada could see higher-than-normal levels of precipitation during the summer. The region is also expected to see above-average levels of thunderstorm activity. A climatological phenomenon called La Nina is expected to play an important role in controlling which areas of Canada will see increased amounts of precipitation.See the Story
Ottawa, Ontario · Ottawa

BOY, OH, BOY: Another baby since we last saw Redblacks receiver R.J. Harris, who's finally in camp

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
R.J. Harris was at practice Wednesday morning after missing almost a week of training camp. The veteran Ottawa Redblacks receiver had been turned away at the border earlier this month trying to get into Canada. Rookie Mitch Raper, a former Carleton Raven, is trying to earn a roster spot.See the Story
Ottawa, Ontario · Ottawa

GARRIOCH: Pierre Dorion ready to move his No. 7 selection to get immediate help

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Senators general manager Pierre Dorion is open for business ahead of the NHL draft. Dorion and coach D.J. Smith both said at the end of the season the club needs to add scoring up front and shore up its back end to compete for a spot in the post-season. "Maybe this is the year we move pick No. 7 to get an impact player to help us right away"See the Story

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