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Canadians released from coronavirus-ridden cruise ship in Japan fly home

Canadians released from coronavirus-ridden cruise ship in Japan fly home

OTTAWA — A sixth presumptive case of COVID-19 has been diagnosed in British Columbia after a woman in her 30s returned to the province from Iran, bringing the total number of cases in Canada to nine. Provincial health officer Dr.
Woman returning from Iran is B.C.'s sixth case of new coronavirus

Woman returning from Iran is B.C.'s sixth case of new coronavirus

VICTORIA — A sixth case of the novel coronavirus has been diagnosed in British Columbia after a woman in her 30s returned to the province this week from travel in Iran. Provincial health officer Dr.
The latest on protests across Canada in support of anti-pipeline demonstrators

The latest on protests across Canada in support of anti-pipeline demonstrators

Here is the latest news on protests across Canada over a natural gas pipeline project in British Columbia: B.C.
Feds hope to meet with Wet'suwet'en chiefs and negotiate end to blockades

Feds hope to meet with Wet'suwet'en chiefs and negotiate end to blockades

OTTAWA — Traditional chiefs from British Columbia at the heart of the Coastal GasLink pipeline protest are now in eastern Ontario, where federal cabinet ministers hope their proximity to the capital might mean a chance to sit down and talk about de-e
Unreleased report finds stop checks, searches of protesters unlawful: Watchdog

Unreleased report finds stop checks, searches of protesters unlawful: Watchdog

VANCOUVER — A civilian police watchdog has released a letter that was described Thursday as "explosive" by a supporter of hereditary chiefs opposed to a pipeline in northern British Columbia because it criticizes the RCMP for using buffer or exclusio
Thumbprint, hairbrush: Franklin wreck reveals sailors' lives

Thumbprint, hairbrush: Franklin wreck reveals sailors' lives

It was as if the past literally reached out and touched him.

Study says flu vaccine protected most people during unusual influenza season

VANCOUVER — Getting vaccinated for the flu may have prevented about six out of 10 people from becoming infected in an early Canadian flu season, says a study involving a network of family doctors who monitored patients in British Columbia, Alberta, O
Ex-Quebec media star Eric Salvail calls sex assault accusations 'bizarre'

Ex-Quebec media star Eric Salvail calls sex assault accusations 'bizarre'

MONTREAL — Former Quebec media star Eric Salvail categorically denied the accusations against him Thursday, testifying that the claims he harassed, confined and sexually assaulted a one-time co-worker were simply "bizarre.
Freeland agrees to NDP trade pitch in return for new NAFTA support: letter

Freeland agrees to NDP trade pitch in return for new NAFTA support: letter

OTTAWA — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says she wants to make Canada's trade negotiations more "transparent," by agreeing to proposals from the New Democrats to provide more details of future deals.

Video shows Schlatter, Richey walking together on night she went missing

TORONTO — Security footage presented at a Toronto man's murder trial shows him walking hand-in-hand with the woman he's accused of killing on the night she disappeared. In the video, Kalen Schlatter can be seen with Tess Richey at 4:14 a.m. on Nov.