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RCMP officers to begin wearing body-worn cameras in Nunavut later this year

RCMP officers to begin wearing body-worn cameras in Nunavut later this year

OTTAWA — The RCMP says Mounties serving in Iqaluit are to be equipped with body-worn cameras later this year as part of a pilot project that aims to help strengthen accountability and public trust of the police force.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 8:54 p.m. EDT on Oct. 21, 2020: There are 206,360 confirmed cases in Canada.
Officials in Toronto and Montreal strike differing tones on COVID-19 in their cities

Officials in Toronto and Montreal strike differing tones on COVID-19 in their cities

Health officials in Toronto and Montreal struck vastly different tones on the state of COVID-19 in their cities on Wednesday, with Toronto's medical officer of health warning the Ontario capital could be following in the footsteps of hard-hit Europe.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 8:10 p.m. Alberta has recorded its highest daily number of COVID-19 cases, with 406. The province says 3,372 cases are active and 113 people are in hospital.
Adviser suggests Alberta students not learn about residential schools before Grade 4

Adviser suggests Alberta students not learn about residential schools before Grade 4

EDMONTON — Leaked advice on proposed Alberta curriculum changes suggests the legacy of residential schools is too upsetting to be taught to young children, but the chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission says there's nothing to support th
'Blacklisted:' Nova Scotia First Nation pulls commercial lobster boats from the water

'Blacklisted:' Nova Scotia First Nation pulls commercial lobster boats from the water

HALIFAX — The chief of the First Nation behind a disputed moderate livelihood lobster fishery in Nova Scotia says recent vandalism and the loss of potential sales have cost the band more than $1.
Liberal minority survives confidence vote in the Commons with NDP and Green backing

Liberal minority survives confidence vote in the Commons with NDP and Green backing

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau's minority government survived its most serious confidence test yet Wednesday, but opposition resentment over the Liberals' high-stakes brinkmanship may make it more difficult to avoid defeat in future.
Nunavut premier expects support from caucus to remove minister from cabinet

Nunavut premier expects support from caucus to remove minister from cabinet

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Nunavut’s premier says he believes his motion to remove a member of his cabinet over a social media post will pass when it is voted on later this week.

Hundreds evacuated from northwestern Ontario First Nation over water crisis

Hundreds of people are being evacuated from a remote First Nation in northwestern Ontario due to a water crisis, the community's chief said Wednesday, accusing the federal and provincial governments of "dehumanizing" inaction.
Mike Duffy appeals to Supreme Court in bid to sue Senate

Mike Duffy appeals to Supreme Court in bid to sue Senate

OTTAWA — Sen. Mike Duffy has filed an appeal to the country's top court in the hopes the Supreme Court of Canada will let him sue the Senate from a years-old spending scandal.
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