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As clocks turn back on Sunday, it's a chance to catch up on your sleep, experts say

As clocks turn back on Sunday, it's a chance to catch up on your sleep, experts say

Most Canadians will get an extra hour of sleep tonight as daylight time comes to an end and clocks turn back an hour.
Soldier dies during training exercise on Alberta military base: defence department

Soldier dies during training exercise on Alberta military base: defence department

A Canadian soldier has died during a training exercise at a military base in Alberta. The Department of National Defence says the soldier sustained a gunshot wound late Friday night while taking part in live fire training at CFB Wainwright.
Federal parties rake in millions despite pandemic

Federal parties rake in millions despite pandemic

OTTAWA — The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't stopped federal political parties from raking in millions of dollars in donations.
Real calls about possible fraud on your card don't seek personal information

Real calls about possible fraud on your card don't seek personal information

Your bank or credit card company knows what your credit card number is
A Biden presidency could mean good news for Canadian environment policy: observers

A Biden presidency could mean good news for Canadian environment policy: observers

If Trump stays in office, Canada will continue to measure its environmental regulations against competition in the U.S
Conservatives must take inequality seriously, O'Toole says

Conservatives must take inequality seriously, O'Toole says

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole took aim Friday at what he called financial elites, saying his own party needs to take inequality more seriously and to support ongoing emergency aid.
One-year paid parking program coming to Kananaskis trailheads

One-year paid parking program coming to Kananaskis trailheads

Voluntary paid parking is coming to popular Kananaskis Country trailheads this winter to help cover the $200,000 needed to maintain and groom cross-country ski trails, which was cut from the provincial budget earlier this year
'Panicky pandemic publishing' of COVID-19 research erodes trust in science: report

'Panicky pandemic publishing' of COVID-19 research erodes trust in science: report

OTTAWA — Publishing weak, careless and sometimes fake research on the novel coronavirus is eroding trust in science, leading people to ignore public health advice, a new report from the Royal Society of Canada warns.
Canada seeks to increase immigration over next three years even as pandemic rages on

Canada seeks to increase immigration over next three years even as pandemic rages on

OTTAWA — Canada is seeking to admit upwards of 1.2 million new permanent residents in the next three years, a target the federal government says is crucial to the post-pandemic economic recovery.
Cheeky mishap in Vancouver sees buttocks exposed during live interview (VIDEO)

Cheeky mishap in Vancouver sees buttocks exposed during live interview (VIDEO)

Former Vancouver City Councillor Gordon Price is not the first to navigate technical difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic with virtual meetings