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Project tracking COVID 19 in Canadian long term care paused due...

Toronto: A think tank that’s been compiling data on COVID-19 in Canadian long-term care homes says it has to stop its work because provinces...

Trudeau seeks NDP, Bloc support to prevent Conservative ‘obstructionism’

By Joan Bryden The Canadian Press Ottawa: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is counting on the Bloc Quebecois and the NDP to help his minority Liberal government...

Ford recalls 2015 Focus, C MAX, and Escape models for ignition...

The Canadian Press TORONTO: Ford says it is recalling 52,180 vehicles in Canada because of a software bug that could leave the car running after...

Money laundering report points to government, RCMP failures, but finds no...

Victoria: Money laundering in British Columbia reached “staggering’’ levels due to inadequate efforts by police, politicians and regulators to curtail the crime, but there...

Ottawa to launch new effort to counter Russian disinformation: Trudeau

Ottawa: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled plans to create a special team focused on countering Russian disinformation and propaganda on Tuesday, as Ukrainians prepared...

World cannot allow Russia, China to dominate critical minerals market: Wilkinson

Ottawa: The strategic mistake made in allowing Russia to have global dominance in oil and gas cannot be repeated as the world looks to...

Canada first ally to ratify NATO membership bids from Sweden, Finland

OTTAWA — Canada has become the first country to ratify Sweden and Finland's request to join NATO, bringing the two countries closer to full...

Gas prices tumbling along with crude oil, but lower dollar is...

The Canadian Press CALGARY: With the price of crude plunging to its lowest level more than four and a half years, consumers are benefiting at...

Canada signs $20B compensation agreement on First Nations child welfare

Ottawa: The federal government has signed a $20-billion final settlement agreement to compensate First Nations children and families harmed by chronic underfunding of child...

CIBC reports insolvencies rising for the first time since the recession

By Craig Wong, The Canadian Press Ottawa: The number of Canadians who can't pay their debts and are being forced into insolvency is on the...

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