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Five things to know about the Meng Wanzhou extradition case

VANCOUVER — A B.C. Supreme Court judge ruled against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on Wednesday in a key legal argument in her extradition case.
Twenty-nine of Canada's 48 national parks to reopen to day-use visitors in early June

Twenty-nine of Canada's 48 national parks to reopen to day-use visitors in early June

More than half of Canada's national parks — including Banff in Alberta, Pacific Rim in British Columbia and Cape Breton Highlands in Nova Scotia — are to reopen next week.

Once noted Toronto researcher who falsified data wins medical licence back

TORONTO — An internationally known Canadian researcher stripped of her medical licence for falsifying scientific data and then trying to cover up her deceptions is being allowed to return to practise as a physician even though she remains barred from
'In-person' G7 more effective, but deal with safety concerns first, Trudeau says

'In-person' G7 more effective, but deal with safety concerns first, Trudeau says

WASHINGTON — Gathering the leaders of seven of the world's largest economies in person would be "much more effective" than the virtual alternative, Justin Trudeau said Wednesday — so long as the United States has a plan to deal with the potential COV
Long-term care home report and sale of Torstar; In The News for May 27

Long-term care home report and sale of Torstar; In The News for May 27

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 27 ... --- Key decision in Meng Wanzhou case...

More than half of national parks to reopen June 1 after COVID-19 closure

Parks Canada says some operations at national parks, national historic sites, historic waterways, and national marine conservation areas will resume starting June 1. Twenty-nine of Canada’s 48 national parks will be accessible: 1.
How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

OTTAWA — A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail that speaks to the long road ahead in Canada's fight against COVID-19.
Some employees miss working in air-conditioned spaces as central Canada sizzles

Some employees miss working in air-conditioned spaces as central Canada sizzles

Natasha Burtenshaw-deVries lives in one of several apartments in a converted house in Brantford, Ont., that doesn't have central air conditioning.
Quebec plan to review status for asylum seekers working in care homes questioned

Quebec plan to review status for asylum seekers working in care homes questioned

Quebec Premier Francois Legault's promise to review the status of asylum seekers working in long-term care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic raises more questions than it answers, advocates say.
'Disturbing' long-term care home report doesn't come as surprise to families

'Disturbing' long-term care home report doesn't come as surprise to families

Simon Nisbet is convinced that if he hadn't moved his mother out of her long-term care home, she would never have left alive. He said daily visits to her window at Orchard Villa in Pickering, Ont.
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