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Undercover FBI employee on the Dark Web nabs Winnipeg woman trying to buy chemical weapon

A Winnipeg woman has been sentenced to six years in prison for attempting to pick up a toxin in North Dakota.

One dead as police maintain heavy presence on St. John's street

Officers remain at the scene on Craigmillar Avenue in St. John's Sunday morning, with police issuing a shelter-in-place advisory for residents in the area.
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One dead as police maintain heavy presence on St. John's street

Officers remain at the scene on Craigmillar Avenue in St. John's Sunday morning, with police issuing a shelter-in-place advisory for residents in the area.

1st glimpse of Canada's true COVID-19 infection rate expected mid-July from immunity testing

The national immunity task force has started testing thousands of blood samples for COVID-19 antibodies and should be able to produce a more detailed picture of how many Canadians have been infected with the novel coronavirus within a couple of weeks.
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1st glimpse of Canada's true COVID-19 infection rate expected mid-July from immunity testing

The national immunity task force has started testing thousands of blood samples for COVID-19 antibodies and should be able to produce a more detailed picture of how many Canadians have been infected with the novel coronavirus within a couple of weeks.

Ontario reports 138 new COVID-19 cases as all but four regions report five or fewer infections

For the sixth straight day, Ontario health officials reported fewer than 200 new COVID-19 cases as all but four public health units recorded five or fewer new infections.
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Ontario reports 138 new COVID-19 cases as all but four regions report five or fewer infections

For the sixth straight day, Ontario health officials reported fewer than 200 new COVID-19 cases as all but four public health units recorded five or fewer new infections.

Schools urged to ensure students' security and privacy when conducting classes online

Some provinces have released plans on how they aim to allow students to return to the classroom in September, but those school boards continuing with partial or fully virtual learning need to ensure measures are in place to protect students' privacy and safet
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Schools urged to ensure students' security and privacy when conducting classes online

Some provinces have released plans on how they aim to allow students to return to the classroom in September, but those school boards continuing with partial or fully virtual learning need to ensure measures are in place to protect students' privacy and safety, a cybersecurity expert says.

COVID-19 puts people with disabilities at higher risk, advocates say

There are more than six million Canadians with a disability, and many of them are especially vulnerable to the impact of COVID-19, health organizations and advocates say.
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COVID-19 puts people with disabilities at higher risk, advocates say

There are more than six million Canadians with a disability, and many of them are especially vulnerable to the impact of COVID-19, health organizations and advocates say.

'It's a lot of hurt': Regina families cope with overdose deaths, encourage others to keep naloxone kits

During a year where two dozen people are confirmed to have died from drug overdoses in Regina so far, many families are left to deal with the aftermath of losing a loved one to addiction.
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'It's a lot of hurt': Regina families cope with overdose deaths, encourage others to keep naloxone kits

During a year where two dozen people are confirmed to have died from drug overdoses in Regina so far, many families are left to deal with the aftermath of losing a loved one to addiction.

Fourth person dies after tractor accident in rural Quebec

One of the two adults who had been in critical condition after a tractor accident in Quebec died Friday night. Three children, all under the age of five, also died after they fell out of the front bucket of the tractor and were struck on Wednesday.
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Fourth person dies after tractor accident in rural Quebec

One of the two adults who had been in critical condition after a tractor accident in Quebec died Friday night. Three children, all under the age of five, also died after they fell out of the front bucket of the tractor and were struck on Wednesday.

Nunavik family sails to Nunavut community after loved one dies; COVID-19 rules cut visit short

A family from Nunavik sailed 12 hours amid ice in southeastern Hudson Bay last weekend to get to Nunavut. But officials told them to leave or self-isolate for 14 days because of COVID-19 border restrictions.
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Nunavik family sails to Nunavut community after loved one dies; COVID-19 rules cut visit short

A family from Nunavik sailed 12 hours amid ice in southeastern Hudson Bay last weekend to get to Nunavut. But officials told them to leave or self-isolate for 14 days because of COVID-19 border restrictions.

Crews 'holding out hope' as search resumes for boy, 9, missing in Winnipeg's Red River

Search crews returned to the Red River near Winnipeg's Louise Bridge on Saturday to continue the search for Darius Bezecki, 9, who was biking with two brothers and a friend near his home on Friday when all four ended up in the water.
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Crews 'holding out hope' as search resumes for boy, 9, missing in Winnipeg's Red River

Search crews returned to the Red River near Winnipeg's Louise Bridge on Saturday to continue the search for Darius Bezecki, 9, who was biking with two brothers and a friend near his home on Friday when all four ended up in the water.

P.E.I. has 3 new COVID-19 cases, 1 tied to long-term care home

P.E.I.’s premier and chief public health officer gave an unscheduled live update today, confirming 3 new COVID-19 cases involving Island residents. These are the first new cases the province has seen since April 28.
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P.E.I. has 3 new COVID-19 cases, 1 tied to long-term care home

P.E.I.’s premier and chief public health officer gave an unscheduled live update today, confirming 3 new COVID-19 cases involving Island residents. These are the first new cases the province has seen since April 28.

Boy, 15, joins 14-year-old facing 1st-degree murder charge in shooting death of Danielle Cote

A second teen has been charged with first-degree murder and a list of other serious offences in connection with a string of shootings that happened within 24 hours of each other earlier this week, Winnipeg police say.
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Boy, 15, joins 14-year-old facing 1st-degree murder charge in shooting death of Danielle Cote

A second teen has been charged with first-degree murder and a list of other serious offences in connection with a string of shootings that happened within 24 hours of each other earlier this week, Winnipeg police say.

287 COVID-19 investigations on Alberta First Nation amid jump in cases

A First Nation east of the city of Calgary has ordered a curfew to be put in place as a result of a spike in suspected COVID-19 cases.
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287 COVID-19 investigations on Alberta First Nation amid jump in cases

A First Nation east of the city of Calgary has ordered a curfew to be put in place as a result of a spike in suspected COVID-19 cases.

317 COVID-19 investigations on Alberta First Nation amid jump in cases

A First Nation east of the city of Calgary has ordered a curfew to be put in place as a result of a spike in suspected COVID-19 cases.
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317 COVID-19 investigations on Alberta First Nation amid jump in cases

A First Nation east of the city of Calgary has ordered a curfew to be put in place as a result of a spike in suspected COVID-19 cases.

Walking a 'tightrope': Bill Morneau and the path out of the pandemic economy

Bill Morneau has, in the space of a few months, approved the spending of nearly $200 billion in federal aid to shut down huge swaths of Canadian society so that a contagious disease could be contained. What comes next — rebuilding what was lost — promise
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Walking a 'tightrope': Bill Morneau and the path out of the pandemic economy

Bill Morneau has, in the space of a few months, approved the spending of nearly $200 billion in federal aid to shut down huge swaths of Canadian society so that a contagious disease could be contained. What comes next — rebuilding what was lost — promises to be a far more daunting challenge.

Stop enforcing sex work laws during COVID-19, Amnesty, sex worker advocates say

Canada's sex work laws are creating undue harm and contribute to human rights violations during COVID-19, sex workers and human rights advocates say, which is why they're now pushing Ottawa to stop enforcing them.
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Stop enforcing sex work laws during COVID-19, Amnesty, sex worker advocates say

Canada's sex work laws are creating undue harm and contribute to human rights violations during COVID-19, sex workers and human rights advocates say, which is why they're now pushing Ottawa to stop enforcing them.

Karina Roman: Parents, provinces call on Ottawa to help ensure schools open in the fall

Children, Families and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen says that while he understands the burden working parents have been carrying for months since schools closed due to the pandemic, Ottawa's ability to help provinces fully reopen their schoo
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Karina Roman: Parents, provinces call on Ottawa to help ensure schools open in the fall

Children, Families and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen says that while he understands the burden working parents have been carrying for months since schools closed due to the pandemic, Ottawa's ability to help provinces fully reopen their schools this fall is limited.

'I don't want to hold on to hatred': B.C. woman seeks to forgive hit-and-run driver who left her for dead

Nearly seven years after allegedly leaving a woman for dead on a highway north of Whistler, a logging truck driver has been found responsible for the accident.
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'I don't want to hold on to hatred': B.C. woman seeks to forgive hit-and-run driver who left her for dead

Nearly seven years after allegedly leaving a woman for dead on a highway north of Whistler, a logging truck driver has been found responsible for the accident.

14-year-old charged with murder in Winnipeg Canada Day shooting

Winnipeg police have charged a 14-year-old male with first-degree murder in connection with a homicide on Canada Day that left a 27-year-old woman dead.
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14-year-old charged with murder in Winnipeg Canada Day shooting

Winnipeg police have charged a 14-year-old male with first-degree murder in connection with a homicide on Canada Day that left a 27-year-old woman dead.

Local MP has family connection to 'large' St. Thomas, Ont. drug bust

Two people are facing charges after several firearms and $35,500 worth of drugs were seized from a Talbot Street apartment around midday on Thursday.
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Local MP has family connection to 'large' St. Thomas, Ont. drug bust

Two people are facing charges after several firearms and $35,500 worth of drugs were seized from a Talbot Street apartment around midday on Thursday.

Noose found in northern Alberta hospital prompts provincial investigation

The Alberta government is launching a third-party investigation after a noose was found taped to the door of an operating room at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Grande Prairie in 2016.
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Noose found in northern Alberta hospital prompts provincial investigation

The Alberta government is launching a third-party investigation after a noose was found taped to the door of an operating room at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Grande Prairie in 2016.

Traffic heavy as Atlantic provinces lift travel restrictions within region

Soon after the four Atlantic provinces lifted travel restrictions within the region early today, heavy cross-border traffic was reported across the Maritimes.
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Traffic heavy as Atlantic provinces lift travel restrictions within region

Soon after the four Atlantic provinces lifted travel restrictions within the region early today, heavy cross-border traffic was reported across the Maritimes.

Fewer than 10% of police watchdog investigations in Canada end in charges against officers, analysis finds

An analysis of data from civilian police watchdogs in Canada shows that most of their investigations do not result in charges against officers, a review by The Canadian Press of their most recent annual reports largely covering 2018 and 2019 found.
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Fewer than 10% of police watchdog investigations in Canada end in charges against officers, analysis finds

An analysis of data from civilian police watchdogs in Canada shows that most of their investigations do not result in charges against officers, a review by The Canadian Press of their most recent annual reports largely covering 2018 and 2019 found.

CAF member arrested on Rideau Hall grounds to face multiple charges: RCMP

The Canadian Armed Forces member who gained access to the grounds at Rideau Hall early Thursday morning will face multiple charges, says the RCMP, although it's not yet clear what those will be​​​​​​.
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CAF member arrested on Rideau Hall grounds to face multiple charges: RCMP

The Canadian Armed Forces member who gained access to the grounds at Rideau Hall early Thursday morning will face multiple charges, says the RCMP, although it's not yet clear what those will be​​​​​​.

Early Atlantic pandemic bubble travellers face long lineups

Starting just after midnight, Atlantic Canadians were free to travel among the four eastern provinces without self-isolating to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission, but that doesn’t mean the process was easy.
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Early Atlantic pandemic bubble travellers face long lineups

Starting just after midnight, Atlantic Canadians were free to travel among the four eastern provinces without self-isolating to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission, but that doesn’t mean the process was easy.

Federal government, WE Charity agree to part ways on summer student grant program

The federal Liberal government and the WE Charity are ending a partnership that would have seen the charity distribute some $900 million in federal student grants this summer.
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Federal government, WE Charity agree to part ways on summer student grant program

The federal Liberal government and the WE Charity are ending a partnership that would have seen the charity distribute some $900 million in federal student grants this summer.

Atlantic provinces lift travel restrictions within region: traffic heavy

Soon after the four Atlantic provinces lifted travel restrictions within the region early today, heavy cross-border traffic was reported across the Maritimes.
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Atlantic provinces lift travel restrictions within region: traffic heavy

Soon after the four Atlantic provinces lifted travel restrictions within the region early today, heavy cross-border traffic was reported across the Maritimes.

Atlantic provinces lift travel restrictions within region starting today

The four Atlantic provinces are lifting travel restrictions within the region today, with an agreement that's causing a mix of anxiety and excitement among people in the region.
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Atlantic provinces lift travel restrictions within region starting today

The four Atlantic provinces are lifting travel restrictions within the region today, with an agreement that's causing a mix of anxiety and excitement among people in the region.

Doubt cast over Trudeau's assertion that only WE Charity can run $900M student grant program

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's claim that only the WE Charity could administer a $900 million student grant program for students is being disputed by some experts in the sector who say other organizations would be up to the task or have more experience.
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Doubt cast over Trudeau's assertion that only WE Charity can run $900M student grant program

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's claim that only the WE Charity could administer a $900 million student grant program for students is being disputed by some experts in the sector who say other organizations would be up to the task or have more experience.

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