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A united House of Commons passes a Liberal 2021-12-02 09:24:19Politics Insider for Dec. 2, 2021: Unanimous approval in the House; praise for Erin O'Toole; and a COVID boondoggle The post A united House of Commo

Canada announces new travel restrictions as the world 2021-12-01 10:26:09Politics Insider for Dec. 1, 2021: Omicron sparks new restrictions; new vaccine questions; and a political challenge The post Canada announces new tr

Omicron cases start to climb as WHO warns 2021-11-30 10:22:57Politics Insider for Nov. 30, 2021: New cases in Canada; a military apology; and Steven Guilbeault's bicycle The post Omicron cases start to climb a

Omicron: Here’s what we know so far about 2021-11-29 15:49:25Vaxx Populi: From how vulnerable Canada is to what the vaccine makers are doing in response, here's what we know about the newest variant of concern

The COVID-19 variant Omicron is in Ottawa; and 2021-11-29 10:50:18Politics Insider for Nov. 29, 2021: A worrying new COVID variant is here; an inflation fight; and some Ryan Reynolds The post The COVID-19 variant Om

The U.S. doubles its tariff on Canadian softwood 2021-11-26 10:48:09Politics Insider for Nov. 26, 2021: Softwood lumber pressure; a raucous Question Period; and a new Chief of Defense Staff The post The U.S. doubles i

A new Chrystia Freeland biography signals possible Liberal 2021-11-25 09:44:49Politics Insider for Nov. 25, 2021: Freeland has a new book; Erin O'Toole gives a 'fiery' speech; and some inflation talk The post A new Chrystia F

What happened to the Liberals’ concern about hunger 2021-11-23 21:46:48The Throne Speech shook hopes that the Trudeau government will take meaningful action on a fast-growing problem The post What happened to the Liberals

Mary Simon’s land acknowledgement isn’t symbolic: ‘It is 2021-11-23 16:16:06Image of the Week: The governor general is a symbolic role and Simon's appointment a symbolic victory. But her land acknowledgement—a bit of sy

Parliament returns; and Gov. Gen. Mary Simon delivers 2021-11-23 10:21:27Politics Insider for Nov. 23, 2021: A Speaker is picked; David Suzuki makes a controversial speech; and jailed journalists are freed The post Parliam

Tories under pressure as MP tests positive for 2021-11-22 09:54:09Politics Insider for Nov. 22, 2021: A CPC MP tests positive for COVID; the Liberals look for deals; and Garneau sticks around The post Tories under p

Three Amigos summit: No awkward handshakes—but no concessions 2021-11-19 10:21:03Politics Insider for Nov. 19, 2021: The PM has a tough trip; the military heads to B.C.; a big vaccine day The post Three Amigos summit: No awkward h

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Western wins 8th Vanier Cup, overcoming halftime deficit New! 2021-12-04 17:28:19Griffin Campbell caught two touchdown passes for the Western Mustangs, who won their eighth Vanier Cup on Saturday, defeating the Saskatchewan Huskies

Fire damages P.E.I. shellfish business New! 2021-12-04 10:53:56A fire Saturday has caused damage to Atlantic Aqua Farms.

Alberta bound? Only half of Canadians say they'd New! 2021-12-04 07:00:00A new poll suggests many Canadians think Alberta is a good place to raise a family, but half say they wouldn’t feel comfortable living there the

Trans Mountain pipeline to restart as cold snap New! 2021-12-04 07:00:00A cold front is set to blanket much of southern B.C. with snow over the weekend, potentially helping floodwaters recede in many communities devastated

Popular N.W.T. tourist attraction becomes on-the-land healing camp New! 2021-12-04 07:00:00Aurora Village, a popular tourist attraction in the Yellowknife area, has been transformed by Indigenous groups into an on-the-land healing camp for t

ER doctor concerned by rise in dangerous respiratory New! 2021-12-04 05:00:00A top doctor at Nova Scotia's children's hospital is concerned about the jump in the number of young children she's seeing infected with a potentia

Will psychedelics become mainstream? This Calgary company is New! 2021-12-04 04:00:00Psygen, an Alberta business, is seeking to manufacture synthetic psychedelics for the pharmaceutical industry. While the application of hallucinogens

Doctors call for help as hospitals battle surgical New! 2021-12-04 04:00:00There is a backlog of hundreds of thousands of surgical procedures, and it will take at least $1.3 billion in additional funding to get wait times bac

B.C. floods could be one of the costliest 2021-12-03 21:40:00Between highways ripped apart and farms drowned in several feet of toxic water, the B.C. floods could end up being one of the most expensive disasters

'We're all tired': Iqaluit residents unable to drink 2021-12-03 16:50:43Iqaluit's lengthy water crisis is putting strain on the city and the people who run it. "We're offering $32 per hour to hand out water, but we've

New retrospective explores 50-year career of First Nations 2021-12-03 12:35:00The half-century-long career of renowned Saulteaux and Anishinaabe artist Robert Houle is the focus of a new major retrospective at the Art Gallery of

Job market blew past expectations in November with 2021-12-03 08:47:09Canada's economy added 154,000 new jobs last month, surging past expectations and enough to move the jobless rate down to just 6 per cent.

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Police arrest 3 during anti-mask protest at West New! 2021-12-04 17:49:44Three people were arrested on Saturday at West Edmonton Mall as Edmonton police said the three were banned from the mall and had outstanding warrants.

Quebec provincial police will train officers to deal New! 2021-12-04 15:24:42The training will aim to help officers change their response in situations involving people in mental distress and reduce the number of interventions

Nova Scotia senior dies in single-vehicle SUV crash New! 2021-12-04 15:22:31The driver of the SUV, a man in his 80s, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Donations pile in for London, Ont.’s Lights and New! 2021-12-04 15:12:20The annual Lights and Sirens Toy Drive returned on Saturday. The donations will be delivered to Life*Spin and will go to support children, adults and

COVID-19: Quebec reports 1,512 new cases, one death New! 2021-12-04 13:14:22The health department says 225 people are hospitalized, a drop of five, including 60 people listed in intensive care, an increase of three patients.

Regina police service makes public plea after 18 New! 2021-12-04 12:11:57'This drug is killing fathers, mothers, children, siblings, friends, neighbours and colleagues. And it is ruining the lives of many more people,' sa

Nova Scotia man dead after ATV crash in New! 2021-12-04 11:36:20Officers were called to a single-vehicle crash involving a side-by-side ATV on East Clifford Road around 8:19 a.m.

Declared COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan New! 2021-12-04 11:07:22Here's a complete list of all the currently known locations of COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan.

COVID-19: Canadian zoos prepare to vaccinate animals with New! 2021-12-04 11:02:52A COVID-19 vaccine for animals has been approved for experimental use by Canadian regulators, and six zoos are eagerly awaiting their shipments.

‘Exciting opportunity’ ahead for ministers to tackle mental New! 2021-12-04 09:58:55Housing Minister Ahmed Hussen said that he and Mental Health and Addictions Minister Carolyn Bennett "will be very closely aligned.''

Saskatchewan Roughrider fans preparing ahead of West Final 2021-12-03 18:07:55Sunday will be the final meeting of the season between the Roughriders and Blue Bombers with a trip to the 108th Grey Cup on the line.

Montreal high school students give back to help 2021-12-03 17:59:32More than 20 students from St. Thomas High School were part of a massive food and sock drive to help the less fortunate living in the West Island and

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Letters to The Sun, Dec. 4, 2021: The 2021-12-03 21:00:09The abrogation of the responsibility of the provincial government to develop and fund regional diking and flood control systems is largely responsible

Guns, drugs, bullets, body armour: Two arrested in 2021-12-03 20:47:09The duo was arrested at a home in the 20400-block of 78th Avenue after fleeing from police.

'No easy solutions' to cross-border flooding that has 2021-12-03 20:32:41Residents pointed to the last major flood in 1990, which, like this one, had also driven devastating flood waters from the Nooksack River across the b

COVID-19: B.C. ahead of schedule on COVID-19 booster 2021-12-03 20:28:38B.C. health officials give the latest figures on newly confirmed cases, deaths, recoveries, vaccinations and more.

Free concert: Coastal First Nations Great Bear Initiative 2021-12-03 20:27:53An exciting new Indigenous music festival aims to grow awareness of First Nations environmental stewardship of salmon and more.

B.C.'s economic recovery expected to continue, despite floods 2021-12-03 20:25:46Gov't needs to pay attention to the need to spread that recovery more evenly, experts advised Finance Minister Selina Robinson.

B.C. minister visits flood-damaged town, promises support to 2021-12-03 20:23:35Mike Farnworth visited Princeton and said he saw “incredible devastation” to homes and infrastructure in the southern Interior town, about

Province not doing enough to address shortage of 2021-12-03 20:20:50"Although we welcome these changes, the hiring increase is not going to increase the shortage of dispatching staff. Most of the positions are basical

Lawyers, advocates look to Prince George decision as 2021-12-03 20:17:23“I think it's the same fight with different clothes on.” — Melanie Begalka, a lawyer who represented encampment residents in the Mo

Drag's dynamic duo heading to Vancouver 2021-12-03 19:24:33Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova expand their North American tour.

COVID-19 update for Dec. 3: 470,000 in B.C. 2021-12-03 17:52:44Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.

Ian Mulgrew: Sound of silence not so golden 2021-12-03 17:45:43B.C. Attorney-General David Eby acknowledges the pacts can hamper whistleblowers, stymie corruption and sexual assault investigations and jeopardize p