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From pepper spray to profiling: A look at how protests have been policed in Canada

From pepper spray to profiling: A look at how protests have been policed in Canada

OTTAWA — RCMP Staff Sgt. Hugh Stewart did not mince words. "You have one opportunity to move up that road and clear it off or you will be arrested," he told protesters at the 1997 Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation summit in Vancouver.
Taliban-U.S. deal a step to fragile peace, says ex-Afghan envoy to Canada

Taliban-U.S. deal a step to fragile peace, says ex-Afghan envoy to Canada

OTTAWA — Omar Samad calls the agreement reached this past weekend between the United States and the Taliban a "peace opportunity," not an actual deal.
Three more novel coronavirus cases in B.C., now 33 people infected in Canada

Three more novel coronavirus cases in B.C., now 33 people infected in Canada

VICTORIA — Three more cases of the novel coronavirus have been confirmed in British Columbia, bringing the total number of people infected to 12 in the province. Dr.

Timeline of COVID-19 cases in Canada

Public health officials say 33 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus have been diagnosed in Canada so far, with 20 cases reported in Ontario, 12 in British Columbia and one in Quebec. Here is a timeline of cases in this country. Jan.
Ontario reports two new coronavirus cases, bringing province's total to 20

Ontario reports two new coronavirus cases, bringing province's total to 20

TORONTO — The number of cases of novel coronavirus in Ontario climbed to 20 on Tuesday as provincial health officials recorded two new positive tests from people with recent travel histories to affected countries.
Transit providers take measures to safeguard against COVID-19

Transit providers take measures to safeguard against COVID-19

Some Canadian transit agencies are quietly taking steps to protect customers against the novel coronavirus that's been sounding alarm bells around the world.
Canada's tourism industry braces for impact of new coronavirus on travel

Canada's tourism industry braces for impact of new coronavirus on travel

OTTAWA — Canada's tourism industry is bracing for the impact of the novel coronavirus on the number of foreign visitors this summer travel season.

NewsAlert: 3 more coronavirus cases in B.C., 33 people now infected in Canada

VICTORIA — Three more cases of the novel coronavirus have been confirmed in British Columbia, bringing the total of people infected to 12 in the province. The Canadian Press

Calgary man who took magic mushrooms found not guilty of assaulting professor

CALGARY — A Calgary judge has acquitted a former university student on charges connected to a drug-fuelled attack on a professor.

Charity says Canadian humanitarians detained in Ethiopia received bail

EDMONTON — An Alberta-based humanitarian organization says 13 Canadians who work with the charity and were detained in Ethiopia have received bail.