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Canada adds 2,695 new coronavirus infections as case count tops 225K

Dr. Theresa Tam said the virus had “shone a real spotlight on equalities in health and systemic gaps resulting in…

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Canada will keep up heavy but ‘limited’ coronavirus spending: Freeland

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland called massive coronavirus spending “limited and temporary.” Read More Source

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Former Alberta MP Don Mazankowski dies

Don Mazankowski, who served as Member of Parliament for Vegreville for 25 years, passed away Tuesday night. Read More Source

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Bloc Québécois leader demands apology from Trudeau for War Measures Act, passed 50 years ago

The legislation remains controversial 50 years after its passage during the October Crisis in Quebec. Read More Source

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Nationwide strike erupts in Poland protesting anti-abortion ruling

In Warsaw, protesters marched from the office of Ordo Iuris, a conservative group that has pushed for a full abortion…

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Canadian Forces targeting ‘military culture’ in new plan to root out sexual misconduct

Sexual misconduct in the military has been documented as a longstanding, systemic challenge. Read More Source

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Trump promises made, kept and broken from his 2017 inaugural address

Donald Trump vowed to end corruption, stoke ‘honest’ debate and put America first in his 2017 inauguration speech. Read More…

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Liberals keep edge in support over Tories as coronavirus cases grow

With most parts of the country firmly in the coronavirus second wave, Liberals maintain edge in poll. Read More Source

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Trump signs proclamation to officially exempt Canada from aluminum tariffs — for now

The proclamation reserves the right to reimpose the 10 per cent levies, ostensibly on national security grounds, if aluminum exports…

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Labrador Liberal member resisting calls from Innu Nation leaders to resign

Liberal Perry Trimper said in an interview Tuesday he will continue to represent Labrador’s Lake Melville district. Read More Source

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COMMENTARY: In B.C., John Horgan won his election bet. Will Trudeau be next to roll the dice?

Looking back, maybe it wasn’t much of a gamble at all, Mike Smyth says. Read More Source

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Hospital and health care staff in Alberta to return to work Tuesday

In a decision issued late Monday, the board ruled the workers’ refusal to work amounted to an illegal strike under…

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Ottawa won’t say whether diplomats in Cuba still being briefed on ‘Havana syndrome’ risks

The cause of what’s become known as ‘Havana syndrome’ remains a mystery years later. Read More Source

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47% of Canadians don’t want federal election during 2nd coronavirus wave: poll

A new poll suggests most Canadians don’t want a federal election during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic —…

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Marci Ien, Ya’ara Saks elected in Toronto Centre, York Centre federal byelections

The byelections in Toronto Centre and York Centre were triggered by the resignations of former Finance Minister Bill Morneau in…

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Biden heads to Georgia, Trump to Wisconsin with U.S. election now one week away

While Biden rarely travels to more than one state per day, the president has maintained a whirlwind schedule. Read More…

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Labour board calls Alberta hospital staff walkout illegal, orders picketers back to work

The Alberta Labour Relations Board said it found the job action to be illegal under s.71 of the Labour Relations…

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Saskatchewan election 2020: Sask. Party seeks 4th term, NDP a return to power

The Saskatchewan Party is seeking its fourth-straight mandate while the NDP is looking to return to power for the first…

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