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Canada's long-term care system failed elders, before and during COVID-19: report

Canada's long-term care system failed elders, before and during COVID-19: report

MONTREAL — A new report on the COVID-19 crisis in long-term care homes has concluded that Canada failed in its duty to protect its elders.
Presidential hopeful Biden could be swayed to supporting Keystone XL: Kenney

Presidential hopeful Biden could be swayed to supporting Keystone XL: Kenney

OYEN, Alta. — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he believes United States presidential hopeful Joe Biden can be swayed to supporting the Keystone XL pipeline.
'A bonanza:' researchers find evidence of ancient ochre mine in Mexican caves

'A bonanza:' researchers find evidence of ancient ochre mine in Mexican caves

The caves are vast, pitch black, full of twists and turns and treacherously tight in spots.
Premier promises to keep a close watch on people in vehicles with U.S. plates

Premier promises to keep a close watch on people in vehicles with U.S. plates

HALIFAX — With an increasing number of Nova Scotians complaining on social media about seeing cars with American plates entering the province, Premier Stephen McNeil has pledged to keep a closer watch on those showing up at the border from outside At
WE group to stop running federal volunteer program, return funds already paid

WE group to stop running federal volunteer program, return funds already paid

OTTAWA — The Trudeau Liberals and WE Charity have parted ways over the management of a $900-million federal program to pay students and fresh graduates for volunteer work this summer, days after the prime minister himself called the organization the
Alberta health minister orders review into racism after noose found in hospital

Alberta health minister orders review into racism after noose found in hospital

EDMONTON — Alberta's minister of health has ordered an independent third-party investigation into how the province's health authority responded to a racist act at one of its hospitals.
Canada restricts dealings with Hong Kong over new security law

Canada restricts dealings with Hong Kong over new security law

OTTAWA — Canada is suspending its extradition treaty with Hong Kong as part of a package of responses to the new security law China has imposed on the territory, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.
Quebec tractor driver charged after accident kills three children, injures seven

Quebec tractor driver charged after accident kills three children, injures seven

NOTRE-DAME-DE-STANBRIDGE, Que. — A 38-year-old Quebec man was charged with criminal negligence Thursday after three young children were killed and seven people were injured when they were thrown from the front loader of a tractor.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Friday, July 3

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Friday, July 3

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 12:08 p.m. on July 3, 2020: There are 105,026 confirmed cases in Canada.
Man who rammed gate near Trudeau residence with truck faces multiple charges

Man who rammed gate near Trudeau residence with truck faces multiple charges

OTTAWA — A man who rammed his truck through a gate at Rideau Hall Thursday was loose on the grounds with a gun for 13 minutes before police laid eyes on him, the RCMP said Friday.