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Canada's vaccine donations to COVAX to come only from its COVAX supply: Gould

Canada's vaccine donations to COVAX to come only from its COVAX supply: Gould

OTTAWA — Canada's promise to donate almost 13 million vaccine doses to the global vaccine sharing alliance known as COVAX includes none of the 251 million doses of vaccine Canada bought directly from drug companies.
Canadian business leaders demand plan to reopen borders, economy now

Canadian business leaders demand plan to reopen borders, economy now

OTTAWA — Business leaders are calling on Ottawa to immediately lay out a comprehensive plan to reopen the economy and international borders along with a vaccine certification process as they struggle to prepare for a summer season hanging in flux.
Two charged in Saskatchewan Mountie's death make first court appearance in Regina

Two charged in Saskatchewan Mountie's death make first court appearance in Regina

REGINA — Two people accused of killing a Mountie by hitting him with a truck in rural Saskatchewan made their first appearance in court Monday.
Terror charges laid against man accused in London attack against Muslim family

Terror charges laid against man accused in London attack against Muslim family

A vehicle attack against a Muslim family in southwestern Ontario that left four dead and one seriously injured was an act of terrorism, prosecutors argued Monday as they upgraded the charges against the man accused in the incident.
Canada wants 'robust' investigation into origins of COVID-19: Health Minister Hajdu

Canada wants 'robust' investigation into origins of COVID-19: Health Minister Hajdu

The federal government wants a "robust" and ongoing investigation into the origins of the novel coronavirus, Health Minister Patty Hajdu said in the House of Commons Monday ahead of an expected grilling by MPs examining Canada's relationship with Chi
Canada's PM calls Russia a rival, wants NATO unity in face of authoritarianism, China

Canada's PM calls Russia a rival, wants NATO unity in face of authoritarianism, China

BRUSSELS — Canada's prime minister spent his time at a summit of political and military allies underlining the need to present a united front against Russia, China and the general threat of authoritarianism.
Defence vice-chief who golfed with Vance steps aside from role, but not from military

Defence vice-chief who golfed with Vance steps aside from role, but not from military

OTTAWA — A senior military officer who drew outrage for golfing with former defence chief Jonathan Vance amid a sexual misconduct probe has stepped aside from his role, but not from the Armed Forces overall. Lt.-Gen.
Trial begins for Linda O'Leary, charged in 2019 boat crash that killed two people

Trial begins for Linda O'Leary, charged in 2019 boat crash that killed two people

A man whose boat was struck by a vessel operated by Linda O'Leary on a summer night nearly two years ago testified Monday that he heard an engine revving in the moments before the fatal collision.
Your Ward News antisemitic and misogynist hatemongers lose conviction appeal

Your Ward News antisemitic and misogynist hatemongers lose conviction appeal

TORONTO — Two men in charge of an extremist publication lost their appeal Monday of a conviction for promoting hatred against women and Jews, with the judge also upholding their sentences.
Communities grapple with what to do with former residential and day schools

Communities grapple with what to do with former residential and day schools

The national spotlight on residential schools is also highlighting a difficult question facing some communities over what to do with the buildings that have been left behind.