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Back on the campaign trail and Meng Wanzhou's case is back in court; In-The-News for Sept. 23

Back on the campaign trail and Meng Wanzhou's case is back in court; In-The-News for Sept. 23

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 Sept. 23. What we are watching in Canada ...
Poll suggests Canadian trust in science falling, scientists thought 'elitist'

Poll suggests Canadian trust in science falling, scientists thought 'elitist'

A survey suggests that the trust Canadians place in science may be eroding.
Battleground Ontario: Trudeau, Scheer hope Golden Horseshoe proves lucky

Battleground Ontario: Trudeau, Scheer hope Golden Horseshoe proves lucky

OTTAWA — Ontario: A place to take a stand, a place to grow your votes.
Court hears disclosure arguments in Meng Wanzhou case

Court hears disclosure arguments in Meng Wanzhou case

VANCOUVER — Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's case is scheduled to return to court today, when arguments over the disclosure of documents is expected to be heard ahead of her extradition trial.

Give severely addicted drug users injectable medical-grade heroin: guideline

VANCOUVER — A national research group recommends health-care providers offer injectable medical-grade heroin or another prescription drug to severely addicted patients if treatment with oral medication has not worked to reduce cravings for people who
Liberals pitch middle-class savings as second full week of campaign beckons

Liberals pitch middle-class savings as second full week of campaign beckons

OTTAWA — The Liberals tried to turn the page on Justin Trudeau's blackface controversy — and one-up their main rivals — with policy announcements Sunday again aimed squarely at middle-class Canadian wallets.
'Crying out for help:' Calgary radicalization program evolves to help others

'Crying out for help:' Calgary radicalization program evolves to help others

CALGARY — The soft-spoken young man wasn't being recruited by neo-Nazis or the Islamic State, but he was in a downward spiral. Andy, who asked not to have his real name published, says he hit rock bottom a few years ago when he was 19.
Glen Assoun calls for reform in how Ottawa considers cases of wrongful conviction

Glen Assoun calls for reform in how Ottawa considers cases of wrongful conviction

HALIFAX — Tethered to an ankle monitor and alone in a British Columbia basement apartment in the fall of 2017, Glen Eugene Assoun felt his sanity slipping away as his wrongful conviction file languished in Ottawa.

No winning ticket for Saturday nights $9 million Lotto 649 jackpot

TORONTO — There was no winning ticket for the $9 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw. However, the guaranteed $1 million prize went to a ticket holder in Ontario.
Singh-Trudeau meeting will be private, say Liberals, but no time set yet

Singh-Trudeau meeting will be private, say Liberals, but no time set yet

OTTAWA — The Liberal Party pledged Saturday to keep private the details of any conversation between NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Justin Trudeau about the blackface scandal that rocked the federal election campaign this past week.