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Feds spending plan heads to confidence vote as provinces seek more health-care cash

Feds spending plan heads to confidence vote as provinces seek more health-care cash

OTTAWA — Canada's most populous province says the federal Liberal government missed an opportunity in its new spending plan to signal more help for health-care systems, setting up a potential showdown next week between the prime minister and premiers
Arrest of Nunavut man knocked down by police truck door lawful: investigation

Arrest of Nunavut man knocked down by police truck door lawful: investigation

IQALUIT, Nunavut — An investigation by the Ottawa Police Service has determined that the arrest of a Nunavut man who was knocked down by an RCMP truck door was lawful.
Liberals defend COVID-19 vaccine deals and distribution plans

Liberals defend COVID-19 vaccine deals and distribution plans

OTTAWA — The Liberals are pushing back against allegations from their political rivals that the federal government has failed Canadians on COVID-19 vaccines, noting Canada was one of the first countries to order doses from several foreign suppliers.
The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 2 p.m. Nova Scotia is reporting 10 new cases of COVID-19.
Consumer helps fuel third-quarter economic rebound as households resume spending

Consumer helps fuel third-quarter economic rebound as households resume spending

OTTAWA — The Canadian economy posted its best three-month stretch on record during the third quarter of the year, growing at an annualized pace of 40.5 per cent on the back of household spending.
'As abstract as killing people in a video game,' doctor says of Alek Minassian's mind

'As abstract as killing people in a video game,' doctor says of Alek Minassian's mind

TORONTO — A psychiatrist says the man who killed 10 people in Toronto's van attack two years ago feels no emotion over what he did. Dr.
Military identifies remains of Newfoundland soldier killed in Belgium in 1917

Military identifies remains of Newfoundland soldier killed in Belgium in 1917

OTTAWA — The Canadian military says it has identified the remains of a young soldier from Newfoundland who died on a First World War battlefield in Belgium in 1917. The remains of Pte. John Lambert of St.
Quebec City's memorial to 2017 mosque shooting victims symbolizes defeat of hatred

Quebec City's memorial to 2017 mosque shooting victims symbolizes defeat of hatred

Quebec City has inaugurated a memorial to the victims of the 2017 mosque shooting. The commemorative work designed by artist Luce Pelletier is located near the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec, in the city's Ste-Foy district.
Trial resumes for teen accused in St. Michael's College School sex assault case

Trial resumes for teen accused in St. Michael's College School sex assault case

Defence lawyers for a teen accused of sexually assaulting two students at a prestigious Toronto high school have finished cross-examining the lead investigator in the case. Det. Const.
Trump admin silent after Hajdu pushes back on U.S. plan to raid Canada's drug cabinet

Trump admin silent after Hajdu pushes back on U.S. plan to raid Canada's drug cabinet

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Trump administration is keeping silent about Canada blocking its plan to import prescription drugs from north of the border.
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