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Biden vowing to rip up Keystone XL approvals if former VP wins White House

Biden vowing to rip up Keystone XL approvals if former VP wins White House

WASHINGTON — Joe Biden's campaign lobbed a spanner into Alberta's post-pandemic economic recovery strategy Monday with a promise to rip up U.S.
The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 6:20 p.m. British Columbia is announcing two new deaths and 16 new cases of COVID-19 over the Victoria Day long weekend.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:11 p.m. ET on May 18, 2020: There are 78,072 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Commander calls Snowbirds crash 'worst nightmare' as Forces begins investigation

Commander calls Snowbirds crash 'worst nightmare' as Forces begins investigation

OTTAWA — A team of military investigators arrived in British Columbia on Monday to begin searching for answers into Sunday's deadly Snowbird crash, which the aerobatic team's commander described as a confluence of "worst-case scenarios, and it became
Team member killed in Snowbirds crash remembered as proud native of Halifax

Team member killed in Snowbirds crash remembered as proud native of Halifax

HALIFAX — The Snowbirds aerobatic team member who was killed in the crash of one of its Tutor jets is being remembered fondly as a proud native of her hometown of Halifax. Capt.
Asylum seekers on front line of Quebec's COVID-19 battle in care homes

Asylum seekers on front line of Quebec's COVID-19 battle in care homes

MONTREAL — Some of the of asylum seekers who have come to Canada in recent years have found the path to a new life has taken them straight to the front lines of Quebec's COVID-19 crisis, where hundreds are believed to be working in hard-hit long-term
Mass killing: Nova Scotia has been through hard times before, but not like this

Mass killing: Nova Scotia has been through hard times before, but not like this

DEBERT, N.S. — On days when he's feeling up to it, Nick Beaton heads to a rural road just outside of Debert, N.S., where a makeshift memorial pays tribute to his late wife and unborn child.
For most elected officials, likes and shares on Twitter hard to come by: study

For most elected officials, likes and shares on Twitter hard to come by: study

WASHINGTON — Social media was supposed to be the great equalizer, but a majority of elected officials in Canada, the United States and elsewhere are struggling to connect with people on Twitter, a new study suggests.

Police identify 2 killed in Oakville, Ont., shooting that also injured 2 others

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Police have identified two people killed in an Oakville, Ont., shooting over the weekend that also injured two others. Officers were called to a commercial business in an industrial area of the city west of Toronto around 3:10 a.m.
Feds quietly probe expanded role for child care in post-pandemic recovery

Feds quietly probe expanded role for child care in post-pandemic recovery

OTTAWA — The federal government has been quietly probing how to provide provinces with more money annually for child care, as part of what sources describe as an issue that is at, or near, the top of the Liberal agenda to restart the economy.