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Outcome of judicial recount in Yukon won’t affect minority government, says Silver

WHITEHORSE — Yukon Liberal Leader Sandy Silver says he is ready to form the territory’s next government, regardless of the…

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Quebec sees second daily drop in COVID-19 numbers with just 1,092 new cases Monday

MONTREAL — Quebec saw another significant drop in new COVID-19 cases on Monday, recording just 1,092 new infections. For most of…

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Huawei CFO’s team expected to ask judge for adjournment in final extradition hearings

VANCOUVER — Lawyers for Meng Wanzhou are expected to ask a B.C. Supreme Court judge today to delay the final…

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Vaccines offer ray of hope to Que. long-term care facility for veterans

TORONTO — As vaccine programs expand across the country, those 80 and up are making up an increasingly smaller percentage…

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Chicago

6-year-old girl killed, father shot while sitting at McDonald’s drive-thru on West Side

CHICAGO – Authorities tell WGN that a father and his 6-year-old girl were shot in the city’s Homan Square neighborhood…

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Ottawa police checkpoints at Ottawa-Gatineau crossings begin at 12:01 a.m. Monday

OTTAWA — Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians will be greeted by police checkpoints at all interprovincial crossings into Ottawa on Monday,…

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Business

Bitcoin suffers flash crash following week of crypto hype

After a hype-filled week for cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin experienced a flash crash over the weekend, plunging nearly 14% in less than…

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Canada

All legislative business at Queen’s Park may stop as PCs, opposition fight over going virtual

TORONTO — All legislative business at Queen’s Park may shut down as soon as this Wednesday as the Ford government…

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More than 4,200 new COVID-19 cases reported in Ontario, hospitalizations reach 2,100

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting more than 4,200 new cases of COVID-19 while hospitalizations related to the disease surpass 2,100.…

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Anguish, grief remains one year after Nova Scotia mass shooting

TORONTO — For Wayne Smith, pain is forged in iron and steel, but also in words. What started as an…

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