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NATO estimates up to 15,000 Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine

The alliance released to numbers as NATO leaders including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet today to discuss what more the alliance can do to end the fighting in Ukraine. The Toronto Star has more.

LGBTQ2S+ monument design has stages for protests and performances

CTV News reports that the final design of an Ottawa-situated national monument dedicated to LGBTQ2S+ Canadians has been unveiled and is to be completed in 2025.

Ottawa council wants a new model for policing in downtown

A month after the so-called Freedom Convoy was cleared out of downtown Ottawa, city council is pressing the federal government for a new model of policing for the core of the nation’s capital. CBC has more.

Former Unifor president allegedly took $50,000 from COVID test supplier

The former president of Canada’s largest private-sector union accepted $50,000 from a COVID test supplier, in violation of the union’s ethics code, according to the Toronto Star.

Ford government set to rein in developers who break agreements

CBC says the province is poised to crack down on developers who unjustifiably cancel or jack up the price of pre-construction sales agreements.