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Ottawa extends international travel restrictions citing COVID-19 risk
The federal government has extended existing international travel restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, barring entry to most travellers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or people entering from the U.S. for "essential" reasons.
Conservatives attack Trudeau's 'reset' — put forth ideas for their own
Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre says building up the Canadian economy after the COVID-19 pandemic can't be achieved without a massive overhaul of the tax system and regulatory regime.
Trump administration put Canada in a 'very difficult situation,' Huawei VP says
Almost two years after Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Vancouver at the request of U.S. authorities, the Chinese tech giant says it acknowledges Canada is under pressure from its southern neighbour to ban Huawei from its involvement in Canada’s 5G networks.
N.S. First Nation, Ottawa nearing deal on lobster fishing rights
Weaker penis bones in river otters linked to oilsands contaminants in new study
Ottawa unveils funding for poultry and egg farmers hurt by free-trade deals
Canadian Rangers illustrate how some creativity, flexibility can help military recruit specialized skills
U.S. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez raises $200K after battling Jagmeet Singh in hit video game Among Us
The fight by First Nations to save an Arctic refuge from drilling is running out of time
Military help with vaccine rollout is a blessing and a curse, experts say
Northern First Nation sees new housing strategy as a way to 'take back sovereignty'
Alberta government leaving hundreds of millions of dollars for workers unclaimed, labour advocates say
Lisa Raitt on taking care of her husband as he struggles with young-onset Alzheimer's
Jagmeet Singh and AOC talk policy between galactic missions in hit game Among Us
Trudeau's office botches press statement calling out O'Toole for spreading misinformation
Murray Sinclair to retire from Senate
Trudeau turns to the military to help with COVID-19 vaccine distribution
The 'Great Reset' reads like a globalist plot with some plot holes
Mountie hopes latest report on RCMP's 'toxic' culture convinces Ottawa to stay out of lawsuit
Nav Canada warns air traffic controllers that job cuts are coming as pandemic crushes revenue
3 million Canadians could be vaccinated in early 2021, but feds warn of 'logistical challenges'
First Nation asks Indigenous Services minister to launch investigation into top bureaucrat's behaviour