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Justin Trudeau to visit B.C.’s flood-damaged Fraser Valley as more storms approach

Justin Trudeau to visit B.C.’s flood-damaged Fraser Valley as more storms approach

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will arrive in British Columbia on Friday for his first visit since record-breaking rainfall caused widespread flooding…
Supply shortages in Port aux Basques, N.L., as residents wait for storm-damaged roads to be fixed

Supply shortages in Port aux Basques, N.L., as residents wait for storm-damaged roads to be fixed

From left to right, Marlene Renouf and Samantha and Steve LeFrense were among the Port aux Basques-area residents stocking up…
Up to 10% of homes could now be ‘uninsurable’ because of flood risk. Could yours be one?

Up to 10% of homes could now be ‘uninsurable’ because of flood risk. Could yours be one?

Many homeowners are unprepared for flooding because they lack critical information thanks to murky real estate rules, incomplete floodplain maps…
Business groups beg Quebec’s finance minister to address labour shortage in economic update

Business groups beg Quebec’s finance minister to address labour shortage in economic update

Business groups in Quebec are imploring Finance Minister Eric Girard to address the province's crippling labour shortage in his economic…
Canada’s mask guidance has changed. Here’s why you might need an upgrade

Canada’s mask guidance has changed. Here’s why you might need an upgrade

Now that the cold weather has hit and people are moving inside, many doctors and scientists are urging Canadians not only to…
Flood management in B.C. is left up to municipalities. Should it be?

Flood management in B.C. is left up to municipalities. Should it be?

Year after year, reports have been issued and warnings given that B.C.'s flood management system was haphazard and in need…
U.S. hikes duty on Canadian softwood lumber to 17.9% — twice the old rate

U.S. hikes duty on Canadian softwood lumber to 17.9% — twice the old rate

Officials from various Canadian governments and the lumber industry are expressing disappointment that the U.S. has decided to go ahead with…
COVID-19 vaccine for babies and toddlers could be approved early 2022, chief public health officer says

COVID-19 vaccine for babies and toddlers could be approved early 2022, chief public health officer says

Canada's chief public health officer says COVID-19 vaccines for babies and toddlers could be approved early in the new year,…
Canadian woman freed from ISIS detention camp reunites with daughter in Canada

Canadian woman freed from ISIS detention camp reunites with daughter in Canada

A Canadian woman who was held in an ISIS detention camp in northeast Syria has arrived back in Canada to reunite with…
In a fiery speech, O’Toole says Canada is ‘drowning in debt and division’ on Trudeau’s watch

In a fiery speech, O’Toole says Canada is ‘drowning in debt and division’ on Trudeau’s watch

Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole painted a bleak picture of Canada's future in a fiery speech to his caucus colleagues this…
Province warns next 10 days could be ‘quite challenging’ as more storms set to hit B.C.

Province warns next 10 days could be ‘quite challenging’ as more storms set to hit B.C.

British Columbia is bracing for more rainfall in the coming days and weeks as the province works to rebuild after…
Ottawa neglecting its mission to eradicate childhood poverty, new report warns

Ottawa neglecting its mission to eradicate childhood poverty, new report warns

A national coalition that advocates for children and families says Canada's mission to eliminate child poverty stalled during the COVID-19…
B.C. woman fined $5,700 at border said agents unaware of new travel exemption issued by Canadian government

B.C. woman fined $5,700 at border said agents unaware of new travel exemption issued by Canadian government

A B.C. woman said Canadian agents at the Pacific Highway border crossing were unaware of a new federal exemption introduced…
Storm washes away areas of Trans-Canada Highway in southwestern Newfoundland

Storm washes away areas of Trans-Canada Highway in southwestern Newfoundland

A culvert between Doyles and South Branch is completely wiped out. (Submitted by Carl Bissonnette) The Department of Transportation is reporting multiple…
Liberals promise to control pandemic, fight climate change and rebuild economy in throne speech

Liberals promise to control pandemic, fight climate change and rebuild economy in throne speech

The Liberal government is promising to bring the pandemic to an end while building the economy, fighting climate change, rolling…
N.B. trail makes National Geographic list of world’s best adventure destinations

N.B. trail makes National Geographic list of world’s best adventure destinations

A trail in northeastern New Brunswick has made National Geographic's list of the 25 best travel destinations in the world…
B.C. disaster drives home need for flood-resistant infrastructure across Canada, climate experts say

B.C. disaster drives home need for flood-resistant infrastructure across Canada, climate experts say

Climate specialists say a major overhaul of infrastructure in communities across Canada is needed to make homes, buildings, roads and rail…
Canada struggling to meet refugee target number for 2021

Canada struggling to meet refugee target number for 2021

Canada is nowhere near to meeting its goal of welcoming 81,000 refugees by the end of 2021, according to numbers…
Keystone XL owner TC Energy seeking compensation from U.S. for cancelled pipeline

Keystone XL owner TC Energy seeking compensation from U.S. for cancelled pipeline

TC Energy Inc. has filed a formal request for arbitration under NAFTA rules, seeking compensation from the U.S. government for…
Breast cancer screening guidelines based on flawed Canadian study, new paper says

Breast cancer screening guidelines based on flawed Canadian study, new paper says

A new paper calls into question a decades-old Canadian study that has informed breast cancer screening guidelines for women in their…
Uber lança-se no mercado da canábis no Canadá

Uber lança-se no mercado da canábis no Canadá

A Uber, empresa multinacional de requisição de transporte privado com motorista através de aplicação móvel, investiu num novo setor, anunciando…
Why there aren’t enough Santas to go around in some parts of Canada

Why there aren’t enough Santas to go around in some parts of Canada

Thanks to vaccinations against COVID-19 and the easing of some public health restrictions, Canadians are going to be seeing a…
Christmas tree shortage forces Calgary retailers to scramble to fill orders this year

Christmas tree shortage forces Calgary retailers to scramble to fill orders this year

It's one of the busiest times of the year for Calgary garden centres as each transforms their space into a…
Quebec daycare workers striking Monday as negotiations with province stall

Quebec daycare workers striking Monday as negotiations with province stall

Thousands of public daycare workers in Quebec will walk off the job for as many as four days starting Monday, after contract talks…
Parliament returns today with a familiar seat map but a new set of challenges

Parliament returns today with a familiar seat map but a new set of challenges

The House of Commons will reconvene today after a hiatus of nearly five months — a period punctuated by an election…
British Columbians brace for more extreme weather, possible flooding on north coast

British Columbians brace for more extreme weather, possible flooding on north coast

After an atmospheric river system caused extreme flooding and mudslides in southern British Columbia last week, government agencies are warning…
First COVID-19 vaccines for children arrive in Canada

First COVID-19 vaccines for children arrive in Canada

Canada received its first doses of COVID-19 vaccines for children, with a shipment landing in Hamilton on Sunday evening
Toronto Parking Authority tried to sell public land in pricey midtown area to condo developer

Toronto Parking Authority tried to sell public land in pricey midtown area to condo developer

The Green P lot at Yonge Street and Castlefield Avenue. At right is the old Capitol Theatre. The new condo…
30 Ontario inspectors laid off despite Doug Ford promise no one will lose jobs

30 Ontario inspectors laid off despite Doug Ford promise no one will lose jobs

  More than 30 inspectors who enforce credentials in the skilled trades have received layoff notices as a result of…
Ottawa confirms it will nix COVID-19 test for Canadians taking short trips, starting Nov. 30

Ottawa confirms it will nix COVID-19 test for Canadians taking short trips, starting Nov. 30

Starting on Nov. 30, fully vaccinated Canadians taking short trips abroad will no longer need proof of a negative COVID-19…
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