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Military reports 'shocking' conditions in Ontario nursing homes

Military reports 'shocking' conditions in Ontario nursing homes

TORONTO — A new report from the military helping battle COVID-19 in five long-term care facilities in Ontario has revealed extreme neglect and exposed the extent of the ugly conditions facing residents, prompting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to offe

A timeline of events in the case of Meng Wanzhou

VANCOUVER — A timeline of the Meng Wanzhou case, and rising tension between Canada and China. 2018 Aug. 22: A New York court issues a warrant for the arrest of Huawei Technologies chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. Dec.
Newfoundland community devastated as three fishermen found dead, one missing

Newfoundland community devastated as three fishermen found dead, one missing

ST. LAWRENCE, N.L. — A Newfoundland community was in mourning Tuesday after the bodies of three fishermen were recovered and a search continued for a fourth crew member missing off the island's south coast.
Canada outspends Ireland, Norway in new pledging on Venezuelan refugee crisis

Canada outspends Ireland, Norway in new pledging on Venezuelan refugee crisis

OTTAWA — Canada outbid its two rivals for the United Nations Security Council at Tuesday's international pledging conference to help South American countries coping with the Venezuelan refugee crisis and COVID-19.
Election meddling becoming more sophisticated, Microsoft chief warns

Election meddling becoming more sophisticated, Microsoft chief warns

OTTAWA — The COVID-19 pandemic is similar to an election campaign in the way it is providing opportunities for malicious actors to spread misinformation, say Canada's partners in a new effort to ensure democratic integrity.
Heat wave forces cities, long-term care centres to rethink how to offer heat relief under COVID-19

Heat wave forces cities, long-term care centres to rethink how to offer heat relief under COVID-19

OTTAWA — A heat wave engulfing large swaths of Ontario and Quebec could spell tragedy for the people who are already most at risk from COVID-19, health experts warn.
Trudeau co-hosts UN COVID-19 conference as Canada continues Security Council bid

Trudeau co-hosts UN COVID-19 conference as Canada continues Security Council bid

OTTAWA — Canada will co-host a major United Nations conference on dealing with the economic crisis spawned by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Military reports 39 cases of COVID-19 in members working in nursing homes

Military reports 39 cases of COVID-19 in members working in nursing homes

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Canadian military will keep assisting in nursing homes in Ontario and Quebec, though 39 members of the Canadian Forces have come down with COVID-19 while doing so.
UNB board votes to strip name from law faculty building over links to slavery

UNB board votes to strip name from law faculty building over links to slavery

FREDERICTON — The board of governors at the University of New Brunswick voted Tuesday to strip George Duncan Ludlow's name from the school's law faculty building in Fredericton because of his connections to slavery and the abuse of Indigenous people.
Justin Trudeau says he'll take COVID-19 antibody test once available

Justin Trudeau says he'll take COVID-19 antibody test once available

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that once there's a test widely available to see who has had COVID-19, he'll take it.