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Parks Canada assessing captive breeding to save caribou

Parks Canada assessing captive breeding to save caribou

Parks Canada says endangered caribou in Jasper a priority, but reintroduction of caribou to Banff National Park not completely off table.
News organizations rebuke Trump on election results claim

News organizations rebuke Trump on election results claim

In a stunning scene in the middle of the night, news organizations rebuked President Donald Trump after he falsely said on live television that he had won reelection even as votes were still being counted.
Morning in America: nail-biter of a presidential election remains undecided

Morning in America: nail-biter of a presidential election remains undecided

It's morning in America, but not the calm one once showcased in a famous U.S. presidential ad.
Biden, Trump score wins, but battlegrounds too early to call

Biden, Trump score wins, but battlegrounds too early to call

WASHINGTON — Polls closed across the country Tuesday night as President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden concluded an epic campaign that will shape America's response to the surging pandemic and foundational questions of economic fair
Canada ready to help citizens in U.S. in case of post-election disruption: Freeland

Canada ready to help citizens in U.S. in case of post-election disruption: Freeland

OTTAWA — Canada's diplomats will be ready to help Canadians living south of the border if there's trouble in the United States after election day, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday.
As U.S. election results trickle in, poll reveals Canadian anxieties about aftermath

As U.S. election results trickle in, poll reveals Canadian anxieties about aftermath

OTTAWA — Fearful Canadians absorbed the first trickle of results Tuesday as their American neighbours went to the polls, capping a campaign marked by voter intimidation, threats of postelection violence, and concern about the potential breakdown of d
Feds propose changes to Broadcasting Act that may raise $800-million from streamers

Feds propose changes to Broadcasting Act that may raise $800-million from streamers

Ottawa is proposing new policy changes — with monetary penalties — to ensure online streaming platforms experiencing booming revenues face as stringent rules as traditional broadcasters.
Canadians gather to watch U.S. election results both in-person and virtually

Canadians gather to watch U.S. election results both in-person and virtually

Most get-togethers will be virtual but some in-person events are planned
US voters mark end of election like no other at the polls

US voters mark end of election like no other at the polls

At least 98.8 million people had already voted before Election Day according to data collected by The Associated Press
Canada approves first HIV self-test in long-awaited move to reduce screening barriers

Canada approves first HIV self-test in long-awaited move to reduce screening barriers

Canada follows dozens of other countries in greenlighting the technology