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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 7:42 p.m. on April 24, 2020: There are 43,888 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 7 p.m. Thirty-five workers at the United Poultry plant in Vancouver have now tested positive for COVID-19.
U.S. seals the deal on USMCA, says trade agreement can now take effect July 1

U.S. seals the deal on USMCA, says trade agreement can now take effect July 1

WASHINGTON — The United States has cleared the way for its long-awaited trade agreement with Canada and Mexico to go into effect July 1. The U.S.

A look at the lives lost in the April 18-19 Nova Scotia mass shooting

PORTAPIQUE, N.S. — The victims in one of Canada's worst mass killings include an RCMP officer, a teacher, two nurses, neighbours of the shooter and two correctional officers killed in their home.

Emergency alert issued to Nova Scotians over report of shots outside Halifax

Police in Nova Scotia issued the all-clear on Friday evening, hours after a warning about possible shootings in several Halifax suburbs rattled the fragile nerves of a wounded province.
Mass killing in Nova Scotia possibly triggered by assault on girlfriend: RCMP

Mass killing in Nova Scotia possibly triggered by assault on girlfriend: RCMP

HALIFAX — A murderous rampage in Nova Scotia that left 22 victims dead could have been triggered by a violent domestic assault, the RCMP confirmed during a news conference Friday that provided grim details of killings that spanned 90 kilometres.
RCMP offer details about timeline for mass killing in Nova Scotia

RCMP offer details about timeline for mass killing in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia RCMP provided a partial timeline of what happened last weekend when a man posing as an RCMP officer killed 22 people before he was fatally shot by police on Sunday — a little over 12 hours after he started what would become
COVID-19 will force feds to reconsider health-care funding, Trudeau says

COVID-19 will force feds to reconsider health-care funding, Trudeau says

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government will have to consider increasing health-care funding after seeing the toll the novel coronavirus has taken on the country.
Alberta's top court overturns oilsands project approval over Aboriginal concerns

Alberta's top court overturns oilsands project approval over Aboriginal concerns

EDMONTON — Alberta's highest court has overturned regulatory approvals for a $440-million oilsands project that would have encroached on land a First Nation considers sacred.
Medical regulator revokes licence of Toronto neurosurgeon who murdered wife

Medical regulator revokes licence of Toronto neurosurgeon who murdered wife

TORONTO — A Toronto neurosurgeon who killed his wife two days after she filed for divorce lost his medical licence Friday, nearly a year after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in her death.