Bob Rae named Canadian ambassador to UN
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Bob Rae named Canadian ambassador to UN

Former Ontario premier Bob Rae has been appointed Canada’s ambassador to the United Nations, the…

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China accuses U.K. of ‘interference’ over citizenship pledge for Hong Kong people
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China accuses U.K. of ‘interference’ over citizenship pledge for Hong Kong people

China has accused the United Kingdom of “gross interference” after saying it would offer a…

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Trudeau passes on U.S.-Mexico meeting in Washington
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Trudeau passes on U.S.-Mexico meeting in Washington

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won’t travel to Washington, D.C., to mark the start of the…

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Rideau Hall suspect uttered threat against Trudeau, court documents allege
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Rideau Hall suspect uttered threat against Trudeau, court documents allege

Corey Hurren , the Canadian Armed Forces member facing a long list of charges after…

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Scientists suggest coronavirus is airborne, ask WHO to change recommendations
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Scientists suggest coronavirus is airborne, ask WHO to change recommendations

The World Health Organization has said the coronavirus spreads primarily from person to person through…

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Trump delivers divisive Fourth of July speech, doesn’t mention U.S. coronavirus deaths
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Trump delivers divisive Fourth of July speech, doesn’t mention U.S. coronavirus deaths

U.S. President Donald Trump vowed to “safeguard our values” from his enemies in a Fourth…

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RNC investigating suspicious death in west-end St. John’s
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RNC investigating suspicious death in west-end St. John’s

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary say they are investigating a suspicious death in St. John’s. Early…

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Toronto hospital’s ICU free of COVID-19 patients for first time in months
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Toronto hospital’s ICU free of COVID-19 patients for first time in months

Humber River Hospital said Friday there were no COVID patients in its ICU for the…

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China forcing birth control methods on Uighur women, report says
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China forcing birth control methods on Uighur women, report says

Uighur women are regularly subjected to population control measures, such as forced sterilization and abortion,…

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B.C. growers face shortage of fruit pickers during pandemic
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B.C. growers face shortage of fruit pickers during pandemic

Farmers in B.C. usually employ hundreds of seasonal fruit pickers. They say they’re struggling to…

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