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Quebec Superior Court upholds most of religious symbols ban, but English-language schools exempt
The Quebec Superior Court has struck down some sections of the province's secularism law but also ruled that its most controversial provisions are constitutional. The government plans to appeal the decision, saying the exemption for anglophones will create a more divided province.
Seafarers' union demands vaccine plan for 15,000 marine workers after COVID outbreak on Atlantic Huron
The union that represents 15,000 Canadian marine workers is demanding the government come up with a plan to vaccinate seafarers after the most recent COVID-19 outbreak on the Atlantic Huron, a Canada Steamship Lines bulk carrier.
With one budget, Freeland overturned 3 decades of political orthodoxy
Most members of Parliament grew up in a political culture that embraced the Reagan-Thatcher school of low taxes, light regulation and small government. Thanks to the pandemic — and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's new budget — that era arguably came to an end this week.
OHL shuts down season after government doesn't approve return to play
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Tuesday
Border towns, tourist destinations brace for B.C. travel restrictions
Veterans Affairs won't release its review into former soldier who fatally shot his family, himself
Federal budget resurrects 'economic harm' warning as fighter jet contract nears
5 things in the Trudeau government's budget that have nothing to do with spending
What you need to know about B.C.'s new travel restrictions
Budget goes big on green spending as environmentalists criticize tax credits for carbon capture
Rogers says service starting to return after Canada-wide wireless outage
2 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Kinngait
As ICUs fill up, doctors confront grim choice of who gets life-saving care
Canada's new home construction hits record high in March
Charges laid against 5 from Ontario seen at Walmart less than an hour after arriving on P.E.I.
Woman with dementia locked into 10-year home-heating contract — with a $15K lien on her property
Kahnawake vaccinates teens as community's mass vaccination campaign comes to an end
Freeland's 1st budget could be one of the most significant in decades. Here's how to watch and listen
CRA has nearly 1,200 complaints of companies misusing COVID money, but has issued no fines
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Monday
How a COVID-19 vaccine can (and cannot) affect menstruation, mammograms and more
Expanded during pandemic, virtual medical care offers big climate benefits: researchers