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Meng's lawyer urges judge to turf Mountie's claim that he didn't share info with FBI

Meng's lawyer urges judge to turf Mountie's claim that he didn't share info with FBI

VANCOUVER — A lawyer for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou says a retired Mountie's refusal to testify in the extradition case adds weight to an argument that the officer shared information about her devices with U.S. investigators.
Federal NDP calls on government to eliminate for-profit long-term care

Federal NDP calls on government to eliminate for-profit long-term care

OTTAWA — New Democrats are seeking the support of the House of Commons in calling on the Liberal government to eliminate for-profit long-term care.
Cases of COVID-19 variants on the rise in Canada, fuelling concerns over third wave

Cases of COVID-19 variants on the rise in Canada, fuelling concerns over third wave

The number of cases of variants of concern in the country is rising, Canada's chief public health officer said Monday as provinces ramped up their vaccination programs in the hopes of heading off a possible third wave of COVID-19. Dr.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for March 22, 2021

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 7:05 p.m. British Columbia recorded 556 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, 598 new cases on Sunday and 631 new cases on Monday, for a total of 1,785 new cases in the province.
Family of Filipina woman wants accounting of her death in Montreal hospital

Family of Filipina woman wants accounting of her death in Montreal hospital

MONTREAL — The family of a woman who died in a Montreal-area hospital last month is calling on the coroner's office to investigate after troubling circumstances of her death came to light in a published report.
'Never gave up': Boushie's mother says RCMP watchdog report shows injustice

'Never gave up': Boushie's mother says RCMP watchdog report shows injustice

SASKATOON — Before she even opened her mouth, Debbie Baptiste had already sent her message.
Trudeau calls for end to University of Ottawa professor's 'Quebec bashing'

Trudeau calls for end to University of Ottawa professor's 'Quebec bashing'

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's fed up with "Quebec bashing" following controversial remarks from a University of Ottawa professor.
Federal, Quebec governments to spend $826 million to expand high-speed internet

Federal, Quebec governments to spend $826 million to expand high-speed internet

TROIS-RIVIERES, Que. — For the second week in a row, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared a stage with Premier Francois Legault Monday as they made a joint funding announcement aimed at improving access to high-speed internet in Quebec.
Oshawa, Ont., rowhouse fire leaves four people unaccounted for

Oshawa, Ont., rowhouse fire leaves four people unaccounted for

OSHAWA, Ont. — A fast-moving fire that tore through an Oshawa, Ont., townhome left four people unaccounted for on Monday as weeping family and friends feared the worst. Authorities said the blaze broke out around 1 a.m.
Petition asks Ottawa to review overall effect of expanded coal-mining in Alberta

Petition asks Ottawa to review overall effect of expanded coal-mining in Alberta

EDMONTON — The federal government needs to step in and consider the potential overall effects of Alberta's intent to expand its coal-mining industry, says a petition tabled Monday in the House of Commons.