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Supreme Court to review Ontario ruling that jeopardized multiple verdicts

Supreme Court to review Ontario ruling that jeopardized multiple verdicts

TORONTO — Canada's highest court agreed Thursday to review an Ontario ruling that could cause scores of criminal cases in that province to be thrown out over how changes to the jury selection process were applied.
Canadian Forces still unsure how to raise helicopter that crashed

Canadian Forces still unsure how to raise helicopter that crashed

OTTAWA — The Canadian military is still determining how to raise the wreckage of a military helicopter that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea last week, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said Thursday.
Federal wage top up and CFL head in the spotlight; In The News for May 7

Federal wage top up and CFL head in the spotlight; In The News for May 7

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of May 7 ... --- COVID-19 in Canada ... .

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

Provinces have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
B.C. starts lifting COVID-19 restrictions on surgeries, parks, stores, haircuts

B.C. starts lifting COVID-19 restrictions on surgeries, parks, stores, haircuts

VICTORIA — British Columbia has reached the point in the COVID-19 pandemic where it will start a gradual reopening of the economy while also allowing social interactions between families, friends and communities to increase.
Canada to do millionth COVID-19 test but numbers still falling short

Canada to do millionth COVID-19 test but numbers still falling short

OTTAWA — Canada is on track to complete its millionth test for COVID-19 sometime in the next 24 hours but is still falling far short of the number of daily tests the country's chief public health officer said last month should soon be possible. Dr.
Feds extend fighter-jet competition for a second time

Feds extend fighter-jet competition for a second time

OTTAWA — The federal government has extended the $19-billion competition to replace Canada's aging CF-18s by another month because of COVID-19 — one week after it made another multimillion-dollar investment into the development of the F-35 stealth fi
COVID-19 outbreak in northern Saskatchewan 'of concern:' top health officer

COVID-19 outbreak in northern Saskatchewan 'of concern:' top health officer

REGINA — Canada's chief public health officer says a COVID-19 outbreak gripping Saskatchewan's far north is an area of concern. Dr. Theresa Tam says not only is the region remote, but it's home to Indigenous communities.
Forces members killed in helicopter crash honoured in emotional ramp ceremony

Forces members killed in helicopter crash honoured in emotional ramp ceremony

TRENTON, Ont.

Globe and Mail's Marcus Gee declared winner of NNA Short Feature category

TORONTO — The National Newspaper Awards has announced a new category winner after an error was discovered in results transmitted from judges to administrators.