Monday, January 27, 2020
ADVT 
National

Champagne Hopeful About UN Security Council Bid Despite Stiff Competition

Champagne Hopeful About UN Security Council Bid Despite Stiff Competition

Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says he's "cautiously optimistic" about Canada's chances of winning a seat on the United Nations Security Council this year as the government ramps up its campaign in Africa.

Champagne Hopeful About UN Security Council Bid Despite Stiff Competition

Saskatchewan Lab Joins Global Effort To Develop Coronavirus Vaccine

Saskatchewan Lab Joins Global Effort To Develop Coronavirus Vaccine

SASKATOON - As Canadian public health agencies prepare to deal with a new viral illness, a specialized lab in Saskatoon is using its research on different strains of the coronavirus to help develop a vaccine.

Saskatchewan Lab Joins Global Effort To Develop Coronavirus Vaccine

Ontario Landowners Sign Deal With Agency Looking To Store Used Nuclear Fuel

Ontario Landowners Sign Deal With Agency Looking To Store Used Nuclear Fuel

The agreement with the Nuclear Waste Management Organization leaves South Bruce as one of two possible sites for a deep geological repository, along with an area near Ignace in northern Ontario.

Ontario Landowners Sign Deal With Agency Looking To Store Used Nuclear Fuel

One Body Found As Police Search For Missing French Snowmobilers For Third Day

One Body Found As Police Search For Missing French Snowmobilers For Third Day

Quebec provincial police say they've found the body of one of the five missing snowmobilers from France in the province's Lac-Saint-Jean region.

One Body Found As Police Search For Missing French Snowmobilers For Third Day

Canadian Aid Worker's Child-Sex Conviction In Nepal Upheld; Sentence Cut

Canadian Aid Worker's Child-Sex Conviction In Nepal Upheld; Sentence Cut

A prominent Canadian aid worker in Nepal has lost his appeal of a conviction for sexually assaulting two children but saw his sentence cut by one year to eight, members of his legal team said on Friday.

 

 

Canadian Aid Worker's Child-Sex Conviction In Nepal Upheld; Sentence Cut

Hamilton Police Looking For Two Suspects After Seven-Year-Old Boy Shot At Home

Hamilton Police Looking For Two Suspects After Seven-Year-Old Boy Shot At Home

Hamilton Police Det. Sgt. Jim Callender said the boy is in stable condition after being struck by at least one bullet fired from the back yard of the home just before 8 p.m. on Thursday.

Hamilton Police Looking For Two Suspects After Seven-Year-Old Boy Shot At Home