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The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for June 13, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for June 13, 2021

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4:00 a.m. ET on Sunday June 13, 2021. There are 1,401,006 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 1,401,006 confirmed cases (17,599 active, 1,357,493 resolved, 25,914 deaths).
'Ideal RCMP member:' Constable killed during traffic stop in rural Saskatchewan

'Ideal RCMP member:' Constable killed during traffic stop in rural Saskatchewan

A 26-year-old RCMP constable hailed as a model officer was struck and killed by a truck he pulled over in rural Saskatchewan on Saturday, sending shock waves through his tight-knit policing community and the small town where he died. Const.
Alberta launches COVID vaccine lottery with million-dollar prizes to encourage uptake

Alberta launches COVID vaccine lottery with million-dollar prizes to encourage uptake

EDMONTON — Alberta is launching a multimillion-dollar lottery in a bid to encourage more residents to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
China up for discussion at G7 Leaders' Summit, but also back home in Canada

China up for discussion at G7 Leaders' Summit, but also back home in Canada

CARBIS BAY, CORNWALL, ENGLAND — The thorny issue of how to handle increasing competition and aggression from China came up as leaders of the world's wealthiest countries gathered Saturday in an English seaside resort, although it remains to be seen h
Relative of slain London, Ont., family says public support made him feel less alone

Relative of slain London, Ont., family says public support made him feel less alone

LONDON, Ont. — A man who lost four relatives in an attack in London, Ont., last weekend issued a plea for compassion and openness Saturday as he thanked friends and strangers for helping him shoulder his grief.
Quebec, Ottawa name facilitator to help communities with residential school searches

Quebec, Ottawa name facilitator to help communities with residential school searches

MONTREAL — The Quebec and federal governments unveiled plans on Saturday a central place for the province's Indigenous communities to go for support over former residential schools, easing concerns that the process would be mired in red tape.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 2:30 p.m. Manitoba is reporting five new deaths among people with COVID-19 and 294 new cases of the virus.
Canada paid a premium to get doses from Pfizer earlier than planned

Canada paid a premium to get doses from Pfizer earlier than planned

OTTAWA — Canada paid a premium to get more than 250,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine delivered last December, weeks earlier than planned.
How Jagmeet Singh channelled outrage for speech on Islamophobia and London attack

How Jagmeet Singh channelled outrage for speech on Islamophobia and London attack

OTTAWA — Jagmeet Singh was pacing. The New Democrat leader, who typically starts his day with music or meditation followed by a virtual meeting with his team, was poised to address the House of Commons about terror and tragedy in less than an hour.
Calls grow for Ottawa to review settlement decisions for residential school survivors

Calls grow for Ottawa to review settlement decisions for residential school survivors

Lawyer Teri Lynn Bougie still cries when she talks about the final message on her answering machine years ago from a residential school survivor, back when she was battling with federal government lawyers over his compensation.