Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2019 get their rings

Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2019 get their rings

The Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2019, which includes Guy Carbonneau, Hayley Wickenheiser, Sergei Zubov, Vaclav Nedomansky and Jim Rutherford received their rings in a ceremony Friday. Wickenheiser says a lot of good memories have resurfaced as ...
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Moe says confusion around temporary rural ER closures 'on me'

Moe says confusion around temporary rural ER closures 'on me'

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe responds to concerns from some rural residents and local leaders about the decision to suspend emergency services in 12 rural hospitals. Health officials say the move was to prepare for possible COVID-19 surges.
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B.C. reports no new COVID-19 deaths

B.C. reports no new COVID-19 deaths

B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says she's pleased she has no new COVID-19 deaths to report today. She says there are 11 new cases, which brings the provincial total to 2,541 cases. Henry also says she's pleased Vancouver remains i...
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Conservatives demand to know why Liberals didn't release military's report on care homes earlier

Conservatives demand to know why Liberals didn't release military's report on care homes earlier

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the military delivered its report on "dreadful conditions" at long-term care homes in Ontario two weeks ago. He demands to know why it took until now for the report to be made public. Prime Minister Justin Tr...
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PM, premier, decry 'deeply disturbing' military report from Ontario nursing homes

PM, premier, decry 'deeply disturbing' military report from Ontario nursing homes

When the Canadian Forces went to help overwhelmed workers in Ontario and Quebec long-term care homes in the COVID-19 pandemic, they say they expect to find problems. But the military has filed a report from Ontario on deplorable conditions, neglec...
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Heat wave forces cities to rethink how to offer heat relief under COVID-19

Heat wave forces cities to rethink how to offer heat relief under COVID-19

Canada's chief public health officer says balancing the need for heat relief with measures to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus will be a "challenge" for municipalities.
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Pandemic supplies moving but demand high, ministers say

Pandemic supplies moving but demand high, ministers say

Ventilators, testing equipment and personal protective equipment are flowing into Canadian hands from suppliers both at home and abroad, say ministers Anita Anand and Navdeep Bains. But international demand remains extremely high and that means it...
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Manitoba to issue $200 cheques to low-income people with disabilities for COVID-19 relief

Manitoba to issue $200 cheques to low-income people with disabilities for COVID-19 relief

The Manitoba government is issuing $200 cheques to low-income people with disabilities to help them deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. The cheques will be mailed out along with a signed letter from the premier, just like $200 cheques issued recently...
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Trudeau to co-host UN conference on post-pandemic reconstruction globally

Trudeau to co-host UN conference on post-pandemic reconstruction globally

As Canada campaigns for a seat on the United Nations Security Council in an upcoming vote, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's working with the UN secretary-general and the prime minister of Jamaica to organize a conference on sustaining the g...
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Liberals' use of wage-subsidy program disgraceful: BQ leader

Liberals' use of wage-subsidy program disgraceful: BQ leader

The federal wage-subsidy program for businesses and charities whose revenues have been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t meant to help political parties whose donations have declined, Bloc québécois leader Yves-François Blanchet said Tuesday. Of...
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Scheer pushes Trudeau to take stronger stance on China

Scheer pushes Trudeau to take stronger stance on China

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer urges the Liberal government to stand up to China on the issue of human rights and democracy in Hong Kong and the ongoing imprisonment of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ...
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Legault happy that Quebec hitting testing goals

Legault happy that Quebec hitting testing goals

Premier Francois Legault says he is happy that Quebec managed to hit its goal of 14,000 daily COVID-19 tests twice last week. Legault says he wants to ramp up testing in the coming weeks and months. While the numbers are improving, Legault says th...
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People at Toronto park Saturday should get COVID test: Ford

People at Toronto park Saturday should get COVID test: Ford

Premier Doug Ford expressed frustration with people who packed into a Toronto park over the weekend, urging them to get tested for COVID-19. Ford says people must continue to respect physical distancing as the province continues to see increased c...
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Openness key to faith in government: Duclos

Openness key to faith in government: Duclos

Answering a call from a coalition of open-government advocates, federal Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos says the COVID-19 pandemic means it's harder than ever for public servants to dig up and release information publicly, but doing so i...
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People at Toronto park Saturday should get COVID test: Ford

People at Toronto park Saturday should get COVID test: Ford

Premier Doug Ford expressed frustration with people who packed into a Toronto park over the weekend, urging them to get tested for COVID-19. Ford says people must continue to respect physical distancing as the province continues to see increased c...
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Response to first wave of COVID-19 buys time to prepare for a second: Tam

Response to first wave of COVID-19 buys time to prepare for a second: Tam

The first wave of COVID-19 didn't blow past Canadian hospitals' capacity to handle sick patients but the system needs to keep adding capabilities in case a second wave is much worse, Dr. Theresa Tam says. Long-term care centres are still in the th...
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Shoppers line up as Montreal-area retailers reopen to public

Shoppers line up as Montreal-area retailers reopen to public

Most non-essential businesses in the city were allowed to open their doors for the first time since March, as long as they have a door to the outside and distancing measures in place.
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Trudeau pledges to push for paid sick leave in deal with NDP

Trudeau pledges to push for paid sick leave in deal with NDP

In exchange for New Democrats' support for the way the Liberals want to run the House of Commons for the next several months, with regular meetings focused on the COVID-19 pandemic but limited questioning about anything else, Prime Minister Justin...
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Five things to watch for in Canadian business, week of May 25th

Five things to watch for in Canadian business, week of May 25th

Here are five things to watch for in Canadian business this week:
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Ramp ceremony held in Halifax for Snowbirds crash victim

Ramp ceremony held in Halifax for Snowbirds crash victim

The Canadian Forces Snowbirds member who died in a Tutor jet crash in British Columbia was honoured with a ramp ceremony and motorcade on Sunday. Capt. Jennifer Casey was a Halifax native and a public affairs officer with the Snowbirds. Her remain...
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Many of Calgary's homeless prefer sleeping outdoors to limit risk of catching COVID-19

Many of Calgary's homeless prefer sleeping outdoors to limit risk of catching COVID-19

Many of Calgary’s homeless have found something they fear more than not having a bed to sleep in at night - catching the COVID-19 virus. A walk through Calgary’s downtown with a homeless outreach group on a drizzly night found clusters of people, ...
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Ford urges Ontarians to get tested

Ford urges Ontarians to get tested

Premier Doug Ford says anyone who wants a COVID-19 test should go get one, with no fear of being turned away. It is a change of messaging from previous weeks when only those with symptoms were told to go to an assessment centre.
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B.C. top doctor calls for federal help with quarantined travellers

B.C. top doctor calls for federal help with quarantined travellers

B.C.'s top doctor says province has enough public health teams doing contact tracing but "strongly" encourages feds to help ensure international travellers follow quarantine plans.
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Alberta opens up more businesses as COVID-19 cases decline

Alberta opens up more businesses as COVID-19 cases decline

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says as of Monday restaurants and hair salons in Calgary and Brooks can open their doors. Shop opening in those two cities was delayed last week due to high COVID-19 case numbers, but Kenney says new statistics show it...
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