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Air Force One swoops into South Carolina as voters head to the polls

Air Force One swoops into South Carolina as voters head to the polls

After a week filled with Democratic rallies, town halls, get-out-the-vote efforts and one frantic, cacophonic televised debate, it was all over in South Carolina but the voting late Friday, save for one last election-year inevitability: a visit from
Public health agency weighs stronger COVID-19 protection for front-line workers

Public health agency weighs stronger COVID-19 protection for front-line workers

OTTAWA — The Public Health Agency of Canada says it will consult with the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions on its next set of guidelines for protecting health-care workers against the novel coronavirus, but warned stricter protocols carry their o
Ontario confirms eighth coronavirus case; man had travelled to Egypt

Ontario confirms eighth coronavirus case; man had travelled to Egypt

TORONTO — (Ont-Coronavirus) Ontario health officials say they have confirmed a new positive case of COVID-19 in Toronto. Dr.
There's no 'quick fix' in B.C. pipeline talks: government liaison says

There's no 'quick fix' in B.C. pipeline talks: government liaison says

SMITHERS, B.C.
The latest on protests across Canada in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs

The latest on protests across Canada in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs

Here is the latest news on protests across Canada over a natural gas pipeline project in British Columbia (All times Eastern): 11:15 p.m.
Health care battle in judge's hands but expected to land in Canada's top court

Health care battle in judge's hands but expected to land in Canada's top court

VANCOUVER — A judge ended the last day of a nearly four-year trial by hinting that no matter which side wins in the fight over the expansion of private health care in British Columbia, the case will ultimately be decided by the Supreme Court of Canad
What the WHO learned about COVID-19 on its research mission to China

What the WHO learned about COVID-19 on its research mission to China

OTTAWA — Renowned Canadian epidemiologist Dr. Bruce Aylward led a team of researchers into China earlier this month to study the novel coronavirus on behalf of the World Health Organization.
Greta sticker that drew outrage in Alberta not child pornography: RCMP

Greta sticker that drew outrage in Alberta not child pornography: RCMP

CALGARY — RCMP in central Alberta say a decal that appears to show a well-known teenage climate activist in a sexual act is not child pornography.
Alberta seeks partners for 164 parks to focus spending on 'high-value areas'

Alberta seeks partners for 164 parks to focus spending on 'high-value areas'

EDMONTON — The Alberta government wants to hand off management of 164 provincially run parks to outside groups. "Modernizing Alberta's parks system is long overdue," Jess Sinclair, spokeswoman for Environment Minister Jason Nixon, said Friday.
Tories call on government to compensate dairy farmers 'left behind' in new NAFTA

Tories call on government to compensate dairy farmers 'left behind' in new NAFTA

OTTAWA — The Conservative opposition says the government must compensate dairy farmers within 90 days of the new North American trade deal becoming law, saying the sector is the biggest loser in the renegotiated continental trade pact.