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A look at how provinces plan to emerge from the COVID-19 shutdown

A look at how provinces plan to emerge from the COVID-19 shutdown

Provinces and territories have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
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 7:13 p.m. on July 3, 2020: There are 105,091 confirmed cases in Canada.
Dr. Bonnie Henry honoured at mural exhibition, picks up Fluevog shoes in Gastown

Dr. Bonnie Henry honoured at mural exhibition, picks up Fluevog shoes in Gastown

VANCOUVER — Businesses in Vancouver's Gastown neighbourhood honoured the provincial health officer on Friday with a sneak peek at a mural exhibition featuring her image. Dr.
Alberta health minister orders racism review, noose found in hospital in 2016

Alberta health minister orders racism review, noose found in hospital in 2016

EDMONTON — Alberta's health minister has ordered an independent third-party investigation into how the province's health authority responded to a racist act at one of its hospitals.
Rideau Hall suspect owns food business in Swan River, Man.

Rideau Hall suspect owns food business in Swan River, Man.

An image linked to a COVID-19 conspiracy theory was posted to the social media pages of a company owned by a Manitoba man 35 minutes before he allegedly drove a truck through a gate at Ottawa's Rideau Hall.
Three dead after float plane crashes near Edmonton airport: Mounties

Three dead after float plane crashes near Edmonton airport: Mounties

LEDUC COUNTY, Alta. — RCMP say three people have died in a plane crash south of Edmonton. Mounties say they were alerted Friday morning that a float plane went down in a field in Leduc County east of the Edmonton International Airport.
Quebec government suspends all advertising on Facebook during July

Quebec government suspends all advertising on Facebook during July

QUEBEC — The Quebec government says it is joining an international boycott of Facebook by refusing to advertise on the social network during the month of July.
Ethics watchdog to examine Trudeau over WE Charity contract, since reversed

Ethics watchdog to examine Trudeau over WE Charity contract, since reversed

OTTAWA — The federal ethics watchdog is examining whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau violated the conflict of interest law over how he handled a decision to have WE Charity manage a $900-million federal program to pay students and fresh graduates
Liberal party finished 2019 having spent $43 million, raised $42 million

Liberal party finished 2019 having spent $43 million, raised $42 million

OTTAWA — The Liberal party spent more than it took in the 2019 election year, raising just over $42 million and spending just over $43 million. Financial records released late Friday show that by the end of the year, the party had $625,865 in assets.

Quebec gymnast Thierry Pellerin charged with luring minors on the internet

LEVIS, Que. — Quebec gymnast Thierry Pellerin was charged Friday with alleged sex offences against two minors. The 22-year-old was released on $1,500 bail and a promise to respect certain conditions.