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First ministers couldn't agree on condemning systemic racism in declaration: PM

First ministers couldn't agree on condemning systemic racism in declaration: PM

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a first ministers' declaration condemning racism didn't mention systemic discrimination because not all the premiers would agree.
Crown says release of N.S. mass shooting details could harm 'massive' probe

Crown says release of N.S. mass shooting details could harm 'massive' probe

HALIFAX — Prosecutors are arguing that fully revealing the information used to obtain search warrants following the province's recent mass shooting could compromise the "massive" police investigation and identify innocent parties.
WE Charity only organization capable of running COVID-19 volunteer program: PM

WE Charity only organization capable of running COVID-19 volunteer program: PM

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau defended Friday employing WE Charity to administer a $900-million federal student aid program, despite the group's ties to the prime minister and his wife.
Former Saskatchewan Highway Patrol chief fired over buying equipment like silencers

Former Saskatchewan Highway Patrol chief fired over buying equipment like silencers

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government says the former chief of the province's highway patrol was fired for buying inappropriate equipment, including firearm silencers. But Robin Litzenberger is suing for damages alleging he was wrongfully dismissed.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:18 p.m. ET on June 26, 2020: There are 102,794 confirmed cases in Canada.
Extradition cases never dropped for political, diplomatic reasons, PM was advised

Extradition cases never dropped for political, diplomatic reasons, PM was advised

OTTAWA — The section of Canada's extradition law that the federal government is being urged to apply to drop the extradition case against Meng Wanzhou has rarely been used — and never for diplomatic or political reasons.
B.C. First Nations keeping COVID-19 cases down: health officials

B.C. First Nations keeping COVID-19 cases down: health officials

VICTORIA — First Nations in British Columbia have been largely successful in keeping COVID-19 out of their communities by strictly following health guidelines and relying on the advice of elders about smallpox and tuberculosis that decimated Indigeno
Toronto cop convicted of assault in beating of Dafonte Miller; brother acquitted

Toronto cop convicted of assault in beating of Dafonte Miller; brother acquitted

An off-duty Toronto police officer's "razor-thin" claim to self-defence evaporated when he struck a badly injured and retreating Black teen in the head with a metal pipe, an Ontario judge said Friday in convicting him of assault. Const.
Supreme Court sides with Uber driver seeking better pay, benefits

Supreme Court sides with Uber driver seeking better pay, benefits

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for Uber drivers to take the next step in their fight to be recognized as employees.
National data standards in the works after COVID-19 highlighted info gaps: Hajdu

National data standards in the works after COVID-19 highlighted info gaps: Hajdu

OTTAWA — As Canadians see COVID-19 restrictions lifting, federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu says she believes the country is better prepared for a second wave of the novel coronavirus thanks to some difficult lessons learned over the last four month