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Egypt announces cease-fire initiative aimed at ending war in Libya

President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi told a news conference in Cairo that his initiative includes a cease-fire starting Monday and is…

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‘They’re targeting us’: Why some advocates want to defund Canadian police

Defunding the police means redirecting the budget for Canada’s police forces to other services that focus on social supports and…

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Federal government signs $105M deal with Bombardier for 2 Challenger jets

The federal Liberal government is buying two new Challenger jets from Bombardier to replace half the military’s existing executive aircraft…

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Canada’s auction of 5G wireless spectrum to telecom firms delayed due to coronavirus

Industry Minister Navdeep Bains says the auction’s delay to June 2021 will allow the telecom industry to focus on providing…

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Liberal MP Marwan Tabbara faces multiple charges after April arrest in Guelph, Ont.

Kitchener South—Hespeler MP Marwan Tabbara is facing charges after being arrested in Guelph earlier this year. Read More Source

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Miller outraged at police violence against Indigenous people, calls for investigations

The Indigenous services minister says he “watched in disgust” video and reports this week of violence against an Inuk man…

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Winnipeg police use of force under scrutiny amid widespread police brutality protests

Whether pulling their pistol, taser or baton, Winnipeg police officers used force on people 857 times in 2019, according to…

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Trudeau once again dodges questions over action on Hong Kong, China, Huawei

China is in the process of seizing more power in Hong Kong. Read More Source

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Team sports to gradually resume in Quebec amid coronavirus pandemic

Quebec continues to lead the country in cases and deaths attributable to the novel coronavirus. Read More Source

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Seniors to receive special COVID-19 benefit in July: Trudeau

Seniors who already receive benefits won’t have to apply for the special payment. Read More Source

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‘He tries to divide us’: What Mattis, Bush and Obama said after Trump’s crackdown

James Mattis, Trump’s former defence secretary, joined three ex-presidents in issuing rare statements backing the George Floyd protests. Read More…

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New Brunswick records first COVID-19-related death

The death is linked to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in Zone 5, the region of Campbellton, N.B. Read More Source

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COMMENTARY: On the question of Donald Trump, Justin Trudeau’s pause puzzles his critics

Trudeau’s remarkable hang time of dead air after he was asked about President Donald Trump continues to resonate, Mike Smyth…

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Green Party to likely hold virtual leadership convention amid coronavirus, May says

There are seven people conditionally approved to run in the race, which passed its first deadline Wednesday when the party…

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Former U.S. defence chief condemns Trump’s response to anti-racism protests

Mattis took particular issue with the use of force to move back protesters so Trump could visit St. John’s Church…

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Military returning to work amid readiness concerns as coronavirus stretches on

Roughly 85 per cent of members of the military were ordered into isolation in April amid coronavirus fears. Read More…

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U.S. defence chief opposed to using military amid protests, calls off standby troops

Defence Secretary Mark Esper said the Insurrection Act should be invoked in the United States “only in the most urgent…

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White House compares Trump’s church visit to Winston Churchill in Second World War

Churchill, who is the former prime minister of the U.K., often watched the bombing raids from rooftops and he made…

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