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Federal study details workers hit hardest by tax, benefit system for extra earnings

Federal study details workers hit hardest by tax, benefit system for extra earnings

OTTAWA — Newly released documents show Finance Department officials calculated that workers near the bottom of the income ladder are dinged hardest for extra earnings than anybody else, including those at the top.
Ottawa police investigating hate-motivated graffiti incident at National War Memorial

Ottawa police investigating hate-motivated graffiti incident at National War Memorial

OTTAWA — Police in Ottawa are investigating an incident of hate-motivated graffiti at the National War Memorial.
Hospitals, long-term care homes have little room for second-wave surge, inquiry hears

Hospitals, long-term care homes have little room for second-wave surge, inquiry hears

Hospitals and long-term care homes are nearly at capacity and won't be able to handle a surge in COVID-19 patients during the second wave of the pandemic, an independent commission has heard.
After Ohio's OMG debate, chastened Trump follows rules, mostly, in rematch with Biden

After Ohio's OMG debate, chastened Trump follows rules, mostly, in rematch with Biden

WASHINGTON, Wash. — Donald Trump appeared to do something Thursday he rarely does: follow someone else's advice. The U.S.
High-stakes drama over possible election fizzles in Ottawa: In The News for Oct. 23

High-stakes drama over possible election fizzles in Ottawa: In The News for Oct. 23

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 Oct. 23... What we are watching in Canada...
B.C. political leaders campaign for votes on last day before voting begins

B.C. political leaders campaign for votes on last day before voting begins

VANCOUVER — The B.C. election campaign is in its last day with the main opponents to the NDP sounding a familiar refrain in their final pitch for votes. Both the B.C.
Vancouver council approves free year-round parking for veterans

Vancouver council approves free year-round parking for veterans

Trial to begin next month with parking meters and potentially at other civic facilities
Search resumes for N.L. man missing in B.C. after help sought from prime minister

Search resumes for N.L. man missing in B.C. after help sought from prime minister

The father of a Newfoundland and Labrador man missing in British Columbia says a discovered piece of fabric has spurred officials to resume the search.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 6:15 p.m. British Columbia has hit another daily record high with 274 new COVID-19 infections. Provincial health officer Dr.
COVID-19 testing option to be tried at Calgary airport, U.S. border crossing

COVID-19 testing option to be tried at Calgary airport, U.S. border crossing

International travellers arriving in Alberta by air or land will have the option to take an expedited COVID-19 test to avoid quarantining for 14 days — a move the premier says would help the province's struggling service and tourism industry.