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A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

As COVID-19 vaccination rates increase and case numbers drop across the country, the provinces and territories have begun releasing the reopening plans for businesses, events and recreational facilities.
Canada's housing strategy having 'limited' impact on housing need, PBO says

Canada's housing strategy having 'limited' impact on housing need, PBO says

OTTAWA — The federal government has spent less than half of the funding earmarked for a pair of flagship housing programs as the need for affordable homes grows along with a yawning "affordability gap," says Canada's budget watchdog.

RCMP have suspect in custody after report of shooter in Newfoundland and Labrador

TERRA NOVA, N.L. — The RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador say police have a suspect in custody after reports of an active shooter near the village of Terra Nova northwest of St. John's.
B.C. Prosecution Service says no further charges in legislature spending scandal

B.C. Prosecution Service says no further charges in legislature spending scandal

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Prosecution Service says two special prosecutors have declined further charges after receiving the final RCMP report into the spending activities of senior staff at the provincial legislature.
Mendicino-Mayorkas meeting readout makes no mention of Canada-U.S. travel imbalance

Mendicino-Mayorkas meeting readout makes no mention of Canada-U.S. travel imbalance

WASHINGTON — Canada's immigration minister talked Canada-U.S. border issues Monday with the secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Yukon's chief medical officer announced as federal Liberal candidate

Yukon's chief medical officer announced as federal Liberal candidate

WHITEHORSE — Yukon's chief medical officer of health has been nominated as the candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada in the territory for the next federal election. Dr.
'We have nothing': Residents share frustrations after destructive B.C. wildfire

'We have nothing': Residents share frustrations after destructive B.C. wildfire

A resident of a small British Columbia community devastated by wildfire says she and others want to return home to see what remains of their properties and businesses. The community of Monte Lake, in B.C.
'Time for a new leader:' Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he won't run again

'Time for a new leader:' Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he won't run again

BRANDON, Man. — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he won't seek re-election and a new Progressive Conservative leader will be chosen before the next provincial election.
First Nations search for children who didn't return from North Vancouver school

First Nations search for children who didn't return from North Vancouver school

VANCOUVER — Three British Columbia First Nations have launched an investigation to find answers about children who once attended the former St. Paul's Indian Residential School in North Vancouver but never made it home.
No person had 'fairer hearing,' government lawyer tells Meng Wanzhou extradition case

No person had 'fairer hearing,' government lawyer tells Meng Wanzhou extradition case

VANCOUVER — There has been no misconduct in the extradition case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou that would justify a stay of proceedings, a lawyer for Canada's attorney general told the British Columbia Supreme Court.