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B.C. Premier John Horgan promises inclusive legislature, despite overwhelming majority

NDP will form decisive majority government in B.C., CBC News projects
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Armenia, Azerbaijan agree to new Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire

A humanitarian ceasefire will take effect Monday morning in the fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the mountainous enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, a joint statement from the U.S. State Department and the two governments said on Sunday.

Sipekne'katik chief says discussions with commercial fishers in Nova Scotia can wait

A federally appointed facilitator says he’s ready to start talking to First Nations and commercial lobster fishers to settle tensions in southwest Nova Scotia, but the chief of the band embroiled in the conflict says his priority is resolving issues with Ottawa over a "moderate livelihood" fishery.

For Canadian sex workers, CERB was a lifeline — if they could get it

It's a common misconception that Canadian sex workers cannot, or should not, file taxes on their income because their industry exists in what many consider to be a legal "grey area," but doing so gave some sex workers access to CERB during the pandemic.

The fight over U.S. voting rights is nothing new — it's just got a pandemic twist this time

The COVID-19 pandemic has drawn more attention to the age-old American political battle over access to the ballot box, with hundreds of lawsuits playing out in courtrooms ahead of election day Nov. 3.

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