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Huawei executive loses court ruling, extradition case continues

Huawei executive loses court ruling, extradition case continues

VANCOUVER — A new round of legal arguments looms in a court battle that has strained international relations after a senior Huawei executive wanted in the United States on fraud charges failed to get her extradition case stopped on Wednesday.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:21 p.m. on May 27, 2020: There are 87,519 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
If an MP heckles in a virtual House of Commons, does it make a sound?

If an MP heckles in a virtual House of Commons, does it make a sound?

OTTAWA — Conservative MP Cathy McLeod tried gamely Wednesday to adhere to a long-standing parliamentary tradition, heckling her rivals across the aisle in the House of Commons for an answer that wasn't up to snuff.
COVID-19 shows need for long-term-care reform but solve crisis first, Trudeau says

COVID-19 shows need for long-term-care reform but solve crisis first, Trudeau says

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expects to have a comprehensive conversation with Canada's premiers about immediate and long-term reforms of the country's elder care system in light of reports of neglect and abuse of seniors in facilities in Q

Ottawa man who raped two women sentenced to more than five years in prison

An Ottawa man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for sexually assaulting two women, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic it's unclear when he'll be put behind bars.
Coast guard to end search for 4th fisherman missing from accident that killed 3

Coast guard to end search for 4th fisherman missing from accident that killed 3

ST. LAWRENCE, N.L. — Search and rescue operations to find a missing Newfoundland fisherman whose three crewmates perished at sea were to wind down at sunset Wednesday.
China-Canada divide widens after Meng ruling, as Beijing denounces decision

China-Canada divide widens after Meng ruling, as Beijing denounces decision

OTTAWA — The bitter political divide between Canada and China grew wider Wednesday after a British Columbia judge issued a ruling that went against the stern demands of the People's Republic.
Military has located wreckage of helicopter and remains in Mediterranean

Military has located wreckage of helicopter and remains in Mediterranean

OTTAWA — The Canadian Armed Forces has located the remains of some of the military members who died last month when the helicopter they were in crashed in the Mediterranean.

Advocates push Ottawa to fix long-term problems with long-term care

OTTAWA — Advocates and experts in long-term health care say now is the time for Ottawa to intervene when it comes to the inhumane treatment of seniors in nursing homes across the country.
Deaf, hard-of-hearing Canadians ask for greater support during COVID-19 pandemic

Deaf, hard-of-hearing Canadians ask for greater support during COVID-19 pandemic

As Lorin MacDonald watched the COVID-19 pandemic transform the world around her, she avidly hoped attitudes towards her and her fellow deaf and hard-of-hearing Canadians would undergo a similar shift.