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Health Canada lifts years-long mad cow blood donation ban in Quebec

Quebec's blood supply agency says Health Canada has lifted a longstanding ban on blood donations in the province that stemmed from fear of mad...

Trudeau visits First Nation in Saskatchewan rocked by stabbings that killed...

By Kelly Geraldine Malone The Canadian Press JAMES SMITH CREE NATION, SASK.: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told leaders of a Saskatchewan First Nation on Monday that...

Nearly 350 firefighters from the E.U. will help battle relentless Canadian...

A battalion of nearly 350 firefighters from the European Union will soon be on the ground in Quebec to help their Canadian counterparts tackle...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet begin three day retreat...

Hamilton: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers are gathering at a Hamilton hotel today to begin a three-day cabinet retreat. The strategy session comes during...

Woman and girl dead, boy injured after ATV crash in Parry...

A woman and a child from southern Ontario are dead and a boy is injured after a single all-terrain vehicle crash east of Parry...

Company planning to make COVID-19 vaccine in Canada could go out...

Montreal: An American company that signed a deal with the federal government to produce COVID-19 vaccines in Montreal has warned investors it could go...

India restores e-visa services for Canadian nationals, easing diplomatic row between...

NEW DELHI (AP) — India restored electronic visa services for Canadian nationals, an Indian foreign ministry official said Wednesday, two months after Canada alleged...

Pandemic, remote work changed Canadians’ commuting habits in 2021: StatCan

Ottawa: Statistics Canada says there were 2.8 million fewer commuters in 2021 than in 2016. In a new census release, the federal agency says COVID-19...

More foreign firefighters expected to arrive today to help Canada battle...

More firefighters from abroad are expected to arrive today to help battle Canada's worst wildfire season of the 21st century. Quebec's public safety minister says...

Ottawa announces $2.8 billion to settle remaining part of B.C. day...

Vancouver: The federal government has come to a $2.8-billion agreement to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by two British Columbia first nations related to...