Alberta enters COVID-19 “danger zone” says province’s top doctor
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Alberta enters COVID-19 “danger zone” says province’s top doctor

As COVID-19 cases in Alberta hit record highs, the government mulls steps forward as the…

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Another Nova Scotia First Nation plans to launch its own lobster fishery
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Another Nova Scotia First Nation plans to launch its own lobster fishery

The Membertou First Nation in Cape Breton says it plans to launch its own fishery,…

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Why some Latino voters have shifted to the right ahead of the U.S. election
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Why some Latino voters have shifted to the right ahead of the U.S. election

One in five voters in Florida is Latino, and Trump has scooped up more support…

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Tracing the roots of the anti-mask movement
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Tracing the roots of the anti-mask movement

To wear a mask, or not to wear a mask? It’s a uniquely “2020” question,…

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Ottawa police Const. Montsion cleared of charges in death of Abdirahman Abdi
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Ottawa police Const. Montsion cleared of charges in death of Abdirahman Abdi

An Ottawa police officer has been cleared of manslaughter and assault charges around the death…

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Airline workers protest on Parliament Hill for help from federal government
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Airline workers protest on Parliament Hill for help from federal government

Pilots, flight attendants and other aviation workers protest on Parliament Hill, frustrated that Minister of…

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House of Commons confidence vote could spark a snap election
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House of Commons confidence vote could spark a snap election

A House of Commons debate of a Conservative motion has the potential to spark a…

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CBC News: The National | MPs debate response to N.S. lobster fishery dispute  | Oct. 19, 2020
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CBC News: The National | MPs debate response to N.S. lobster fishery dispute | Oct. 19, 2020

MPs held an emergency debate Monday night over the response to an escalating dispute over…

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Artistic swimmers speak out about abuse at training centre
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Artistic swimmers speak out about abuse at training centre

Some of Canada’s top artistic swimmers talk to Radio Canada Sports about the abuse they…

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Residents worry about safety after violent clashes at Mi’kmaw lobster fishery
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Residents worry about safety after violent clashes at Mi’kmaw lobster fishery

Days after a suspicious fire and violent clashes over a lobster fishery in southern Nova…

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