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Trudeau touts controversial pipeline project in speech to supporters in B.C.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau touted the benefits of a liquefied natural gas project that's at the centre of an impasse with First Nations in a speech to supporters in Kamloops, B.C., on Wednesday.

'Some honesty for once': Greta Thunberg responds to Alta. energy minister's pipeline comments

Climate activist Greta Thunberg isn't surprised by Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage's view on pipeline protests.
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'Some honesty for once': Greta Thunberg responds to Alta. energy minister's pipeline comments

Climate activist Greta Thunberg isn't surprised by Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage's view on pipeline protests.

What the oilpatch thinks about the financial aid offered by Ottawa

Ottawa has unveiled several financial assistance programs for seemingly every size of oil and gas company. Here is a closer look at what they are and how they've been received.
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What the oilpatch thinks about the financial aid offered by Ottawa

Ottawa has unveiled several financial assistance programs for seemingly every size of oil and gas company. Here is a closer look at what they are and how they've been received.

Conference calamity: Thousands of jobs wiped out as business events grind to a halt because of COVID-19

Canada's vibrant and busy events industry has been shut down because of COVID-19. Convention centres, caterers, event planners, keynote speakers and others have seen their business grind to a halt.
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Conference calamity: Thousands of jobs wiped out as business events grind to a halt because of COVID-19

Canada's vibrant and busy events industry has been shut down because of COVID-19. Convention centres, caterers, event planners, keynote speakers and others have seen their business grind to a halt.

Meng Wanzhou: Judge to decide on future of extradition case today

After four months of deliberation, B.C. Supreme Court Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes will deliver a ruling that could end attempts to extradite Meng Wanzhou to the United States.
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Meng Wanzhou: Judge to decide on future of extradition case today

After four months of deliberation, B.C. Supreme Court Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes will deliver a ruling that could end attempts to extradite Meng Wanzhou to the United States.

Military report reveals what sector has long known: Ontario's nursing homes are in trouble

A new report from the Canadian Armed Forces has shone a light on shocking conditions inside five Ontario long-term care homes, but many — including the government itself — say problems have been known for years.
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Military report reveals what sector has long known: Ontario's nursing homes are in trouble

A new report from the Canadian Armed Forces has shone a light on shocking conditions inside five Ontario long-term care homes, but many — including the government itself — say problems have been known for years.

Are more people impersonating police officers? Here's what the experts say

A number of fake police officers have been reported around southwestern Ontario in the wake of the Portapique, N.S. shooting. Here's what the experts have to say about the recent spate of reports.
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Are more people impersonating police officers? Here's what the experts say

A number of fake police officers have been reported around southwestern Ontario in the wake of the Portapique, N.S. shooting. Here's what the experts have to say about the recent spate of reports.

Young man killed in daylight shooting in downtown Toronto, boy and woman seriously injured

A 21-year-old man is dead after a targeted shooting in downtown Toronto that seriously injured two people and left others «running and screaming,» police say.
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Young man killed in daylight shooting in downtown Toronto, boy and woman seriously injured

A 21-year-old man is dead after a targeted shooting in downtown Toronto that seriously injured two people and left others «running and screaming,» police say.

Newfoundland community devastated as three fishermen found dead, one missing

A Newfoundland community was in mourning Tuesday after the bodies of three fishermen were recovered and a search continued for a fourth crew member missing off the island's south coast.
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Newfoundland community devastated as three fishermen found dead, one missing

A Newfoundland community was in mourning Tuesday after the bodies of three fishermen were recovered and a search continued for a fourth crew member missing off the island's south coast.

Tow truck turf war leads Toronto-area police to lay nearly 200 charges

Toronto-area police have laid nearly 200 charges, including first-degree murder, against members of «several organized crime groups working within the towing industry.»
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Tow truck turf war leads Toronto-area police to lay nearly 200 charges

Toronto-area police have laid nearly 200 charges, including first-degree murder, against members of «several organized crime groups working within the towing industry.»

Thousands still flying into Canadian airports amid COVID-19 restrictions

While U.S. and other international flights coming into Canada have been significantly curtailed since the outbreak of COVID-19, thousands of passengers are still arriving at the country's airports each week.
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Thousands still flying into Canadian airports amid COVID-19 restrictions

While U.S. and other international flights coming into Canada have been significantly curtailed since the outbreak of COVID-19, thousands of passengers are still arriving at the country's airports each week.

From hanging out in parks to getting groceries, how can you navigate day-to-day risks of COVID-19?

Living life during a pandemic can be confusing. But experts say you can navigate how to approach different settings and activities once you know the risks.
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From hanging out in parks to getting groceries, how can you navigate day-to-day risks of COVID-19?

Living life during a pandemic can be confusing. But experts say you can navigate how to approach different settings and activities once you know the risks.

CPP adds $17B to assets now worth more than $409B despite pandemic

The Canada Pension Plan earned a return of 3.1 per cent after expenses during the financial year ended March 31, the board that manages the fund's money reported Tuesday.
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CPP adds $17B to assets now worth more than $409B despite pandemic

The Canada Pension Plan earned a return of 3.1 per cent after expenses during the financial year ended March 31, the board that manages the fund's money reported Tuesday.

Ottawa delays release of national action plan on missing and murdered Indigenous women

The federal government is postponing the release of an action plan on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, which was expected next month to mark the one-year anniversary of the national inquiry's final report.
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Ottawa delays release of national action plan on missing and murdered Indigenous women

The federal government is postponing the release of an action plan on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, which was expected next month to mark the one-year anniversary of the national inquiry's final report.

Ontario long-term care homes in scathing report could face charges, says Ford

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province has launched an investigation that could lead to criminal charges against five long-term care homes rocked by COVID-19.
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Ontario long-term care homes in scathing report could face charges, says Ford

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province has launched an investigation that could lead to criminal charges against five long-term care homes rocked by COVID-19.

'I feel sad for the kids': How the pandemic is affecting foster families

Advocates say foster families are facing new challenges due to distancing requirements and other aspects of life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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'I feel sad for the kids': How the pandemic is affecting foster families

Advocates say foster families are facing new challenges due to distancing requirements and other aspects of life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

'None of us were prepared': How the pandemic is affecting foster families

Advocates say foster families are facing new challenges due to distancing requirements and other aspects of life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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'None of us were prepared': How the pandemic is affecting foster families

Advocates say foster families are facing new challenges due to distancing requirements and other aspects of life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

N.S. RCMP use warrants to find killer's cellphone, computer and other devices

As police continue their investigation into a mass killing that claimed 22 lives last month in rural Nova Scotia, newly released documents reveal the RCMP recently seized and searched the killer's computer, cellphone, tablet and navigation devices.
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N.S. RCMP use warrants to find killer's cellphone, computer and other devices

As police continue their investigation into a mass killing that claimed 22 lives last month in rural Nova Scotia, newly released documents reveal the RCMP recently seized and searched the killer's computer, cellphone, tablet and navigation devices.

Ontario pushes back date for expanding social gatherings after spike in COVID-19 cases

Ontario's spike in the number of new COVID-19 cases has prompted the province to delay lifting restrictions on social gathering limits.
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Ontario pushes back date for expanding social gatherings after spike in COVID-19 cases

Ontario's spike in the number of new COVID-19 cases has prompted the province to delay lifting restrictions on social gathering limits.

Ontario premier tells 'reckless' people who packed Toronto park to get tested for COVID-19

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is asking everyone who ignored physical distancing rules at a Toronto park last weekend to get tested for COVID-19 while slamming their «reckless» behaviour.
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Ontario premier tells 'reckless' people who packed Toronto park to get tested for COVID-19

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is asking everyone who ignored physical distancing rules at a Toronto park last weekend to get tested for COVID-19 while slamming their «reckless» behaviour.

Gathering limits make a 'great time to be building a pipeline:' Alberta minister

Alberta's energy minister says it's a good time to build a pipeline because public health restrictions limit protests against them.
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Gathering limits make a 'great time to be building a pipeline:' Alberta minister

Alberta's energy minister says it's a good time to build a pipeline because public health restrictions limit protests against them.

12 people face fines up to $6,000 for not-physically-distanced party in Quebec resort town

After police saw people coming and going from an indoor birthday party last week in Mont Tremblant, a dozen people from Montreal, Ottawa and New York state are facing fines.
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12 people face fines up to $6,000 for not-physically-distanced party in Quebec resort town

After police saw people coming and going from an indoor birthday party last week in Mont Tremblant, a dozen people from Montreal, Ottawa and New York state are facing fines.

Compared to other public supports for political parties, the wage subsidy is a drop in the bucket

Since 2016, political parties have benefited from $145 million in tax credits to their donors. The wage subsidy amounts to a fraction of that.
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Compared to other public supports for political parties, the wage subsidy is a drop in the bucket

Since 2016, political parties have benefited from $145 million in tax credits to their donors. The wage subsidy amounts to a fraction of that.

Alberta UCP among parties applying for federal COVID-19 wage subsidy

Alberta's United Conservative Party says it is applying for the federal wage subsidy program during the COVID-19 pandemic while the Opposition NDP says it is holding off.
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Alberta UCP among parties applying for federal COVID-19 wage subsidy

Alberta's United Conservative Party says it is applying for the federal wage subsidy program during the COVID-19 pandemic while the Opposition NDP says it is holding off.

Canadian banks offer 'one-stop shopping' for money launderers, B.C. inquiry hears

Simple bank deposits are the predominant way to clean dirty cash in Canada, B.C.'s public inquiry on money laundering heard Monday.
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Canadian banks offer 'one-stop shopping' for money launderers, B.C. inquiry hears

Simple bank deposits are the predominant way to clean dirty cash in Canada, B.C.'s public inquiry on money laundering heard Monday.

Married for 68 years, this B.C. couple died 5 hours apart after testing positive for COVID-19

Juanita and Howard Robinson died in a North Vancouver long-term care home in early April. Their children are telling their story to highlight the hardship of being separated from loved ones in long-term care and remind people that the seniors killed by the co
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Married for 68 years, this B.C. couple died 5 hours apart after testing positive for COVID-19

Juanita and Howard Robinson died in a North Vancouver long-term care home in early April. Their children are telling their story to highlight the hardship of being separated from loved ones in long-term care and remind people that the seniors killed by the coronavirus aren't just statistics.

How the pandemic impacted post-secondary students' work placements

Co-op placements, internships, practicums and residencies are valuable forms of work experience for post-secondary students in Canada. But for this year’s students, COVID-19 has put a halt to many of these opportunities.
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How the pandemic impacted post-secondary students' work placements

Co-op placements, internships, practicums and residencies are valuable forms of work experience for post-secondary students in Canada. But for this year’s students, COVID-19 has put a halt to many of these opportunities.

Quebec reports 85 new COVID-19 deaths as confirmed cases approach 48,000

The number of people in Quebec who have recovered from COVID-19 as of Monday is 14,654, up 323 from the 14,331 recoveries reported a day earlier.
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Quebec reports 85 new COVID-19 deaths as confirmed cases approach 48,000

The number of people in Quebec who have recovered from COVID-19 as of Monday is 14,654, up 323 from the 14,331 recoveries reported a day earlier.

Debate over future of Parliament during COVID-19 resumes Monday

A motion about the path forward for Parliament amid the COVID-19 pandemic will be the focus of Monday's debate, as approximately 32 MPs are expected to return to the House of Commons.
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Debate over future of Parliament during COVID-19 resumes Monday

A motion about the path forward for Parliament amid the COVID-19 pandemic will be the focus of Monday's debate, as approximately 32 MPs are expected to return to the House of Commons.

COVID-19 may be the catalyst — not the cause — of a painful but useful economic transformation: Don Pittis

From a growing property market crunch to retailer bankruptcies to the collapse of oil, experts say COVID-19 may be a trigger for needed economic change.
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COVID-19 may be the catalyst — not the cause — of a painful but useful economic transformation: Don Pittis

From a growing property market crunch to retailer bankruptcies to the collapse of oil, experts say COVID-19 may be a trigger for needed economic change.

Premature victory lap? Meng Wanzhou poses ahead of momentous court decision

With a momentous court ruling that could deliver her freedom days away, Meng Wanzhou appeared to take a premature victory lap on the weekend, posing for pictures and flashing a thumbs-up on the steps of B.C. Supreme Court.
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Premature victory lap? Meng Wanzhou poses ahead of momentous court decision

With a momentous court ruling that could deliver her freedom days away, Meng Wanzhou appeared to take a premature victory lap on the weekend, posing for pictures and flashing a thumbs-up on the steps of B.C. Supreme Court.

Bank reports student loan holder to credit agency after federal government pauses loan repayments

When the federal government announced in March it was giving people with student loans a break on payments to help them during the pandemic, Barbara Hewitt thought it would be a help, not a hindrance.
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Bank reports student loan holder to credit agency after federal government pauses loan repayments

When the federal government announced in March it was giving people with student loans a break on payments to help them during the pandemic, Barbara Hewitt thought it would be a help, not a hindrance.

Why reopening Montreal is a riskier bet than Legault is letting on

As Quebec continues to lift pandemic-related restrictions, some key factors that contributed to the ongoing disaster remain unaddressed.
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Why reopening Montreal is a riskier bet than Legault is letting on

As Quebec continues to lift pandemic-related restrictions, some key factors that contributed to the ongoing disaster remain unaddressed.

MPs to meet today to decide on resuming Parliament during pandemic

The House of Commons is meeting Monday to decide, again, how it is going to function as COVID-19 restrictions gradually lift across the country.
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MPs to meet today to decide on resuming Parliament during pandemic

The House of Commons is meeting Monday to decide, again, how it is going to function as COVID-19 restrictions gradually lift across the country.

'I feel obligated': 99-year-old veteran walking 100 km before 100th birthday for COVID-19 research

A 99-year-old Ontario veteran of the Second World War is vowing to walk 100 kilometres by his 100th birthday to raise money for medical research to help stop COVID-19.
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'I feel obligated': 99-year-old veteran walking 100 km before 100th birthday for COVID-19 research

A 99-year-old Ontario veteran of the Second World War is vowing to walk 100 kilometres by his 100th birthday to raise money for medical research to help stop COVID-19.

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