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COVID-19 latest hurdle in Canada's long road to buying new fighter jets

COVID-19 latest hurdle in Canada's long road to buying new fighter jets

OTTAWA — COVID-19 is presenting another challenge to Canada's long-running and tumultuous effort to buy new fighter jets.
Mourners struggle to grieve N.S. mass-murder victims during pandemic

Mourners struggle to grieve N.S. mass-murder victims during pandemic

The death toll from a massacre that stretched across rural Nova Scotia last weekend rose to 23 Tuesday as families grappled with the heart-wrenching question of how to mourn during a pandemic that is forcing people to stay apart.
Hotels for homeless people could tackle two crises at once: advocates

Hotels for homeless people could tackle two crises at once: advocates

OTTAWA — Since there is already a housing and homelessness crisis in many parts of the country, advocates say funds to fight the spread of COVID-19 could be used to keep people housed long after the pandemic has ended.
3M files lawsuit in Canada against firm accused of price-gouging on N95 masks

3M files lawsuit in Canada against firm accused of price-gouging on N95 masks

WASHINGTON — The U.S.
Broken rail suspected in two fiery Saskatchewan train derailments

Broken rail suspected in two fiery Saskatchewan train derailments

GUERNSEY, Sask. — The Transportation Safety Board suspects a broken rail was the cause of two fiery train derailments on the same stretch of track in rural Saskatchewan.
Gatherings restricted, schools closed: What's being done to fight COVID-19

Gatherings restricted, schools closed: What's being done to fight COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every province and territory.
Canadians trust their family doctor more than the PM on COVID-19, says poll

Canadians trust their family doctor more than the PM on COVID-19, says poll

OTTAWA — Canadians trust health professionals like their family doctor first and foremost when it comes to the COVID-19 crisis, a new poll suggests.
Rise in homeless tent cities, encampments linked to health confidence: advocate

Rise in homeless tent cities, encampments linked to health confidence: advocate

VANCOUER, B.C. — Public health officials need to do more to help Canada's homeless population as encampments and tent cities grow across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic, an advocate says. The comments come as B.C.
Scientists cut peer-review corners under pressure of COVID-19 pandemic

Scientists cut peer-review corners under pressure of COVID-19 pandemic

The novel coronavirus was engineered in a lab using HIV. Stem cells are a potent weapon against the new pandemic. People with blood type A are more susceptible to COVID-19. None of these "discoveries" have been proven.
A look at some of the lives lost in Nova Scotia mass shooting

A look at some of the lives lost in Nova Scotia mass shooting

PORTAPIQUE, N.S. — The victims in one of Canada's worst mass killings include an RCMP officer, a teacher, two nurses, neighbours of the shooter and two correctional officers killed in their home.