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Year in review: A look at news events in January 2020

Year in review: A look at news events in January 2020

A look at news events in January 2020: 02 - The U.S. Pentagon announced a military airstrike at Baghdad's International Airport killed a top-ranking member of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard.
Year in review: A look at news events in April 2020

Year in review: A look at news events in April 2020

A look at news events in April 2020: 1 - Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced a $71-billion price tag on the Liberal wage subsidy program for large and small businesses.
Year in review: A look at news events in August 2020

Year in review: A look at news events in August 2020

A look at news events in August 2020: 01 - The recipient of the first partial face transplant in the U.S. died almost a dozen years after the groundbreaking operation.
Orthodox Jewish group says its Quebec schools aren't breaking law by staying open

Orthodox Jewish group says its Quebec schools aren't breaking law by staying open

MONTREAL — An ultra-Orthodox Jewish group says its schools aren't violating a Quebec government decree by staying open and it's accusing the education minister of using the Hasidic community as a scapegoat.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020. There are 572,982 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 572,982 confirmed cases (72,927 active, 484,583 resolved, 15,472 deaths).
A 'very tough conversation' and a rockin' New Year’s Eve: In The News for Dec. 31

A 'very tough conversation' and a rockin' New Year’s Eve: In The News for Dec. 31

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 Dec.
Horgan says B.C. will focus on pandemic economic recovery, health reform in 2021

Horgan says B.C. will focus on pandemic economic recovery, health reform in 2021

VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan says economic recovery and health-care changes are the British Columbia government's top priorities for 2021 after the COVID-19 pandemic tested people individually and the resilience of the province.
'You have to know it's time to go': N.S. premier reflects on tragic year, retirement

'You have to know it's time to go': N.S. premier reflects on tragic year, retirement

HALIFAX — When Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil privately decided earlier this year he would retire after 17 years in politics, he had no idea of the challenges he was about to face.
Air travellers will soon have to test negative for COVID-19 before arrival in Canada

Air travellers will soon have to test negative for COVID-19 before arrival in Canada

OTTAWA — The federal government says it plans to require air travellers to test negative for COVID-19 before landing in Canada in response to concerns that people vacationing abroad could bring the novel coronavirus home with them.
B.C. mom who gave birth in a coma due to COVID-19 discharged from hospital

B.C. mom who gave birth in a coma due to COVID-19 discharged from hospital

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — A mother who had an emergency C-section in British Columbia while in a coma due to complications from COVID-19 returned home to her family in time for Christmas.