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RCMP officer among 17 confirmed dead in Nova Scotia killing spree

RCMP officer among 17 confirmed dead in Nova Scotia killing spree

PORTAPIQUE, N.S.

A timeline of some of the deadliest mass killings in Canada's recent history

Here are some of the deadliest mass killings in recent Canadian history: April 19, 2020: Seventeen people are killed after a man who at one point wore a police uniform and drove a mock-up cruiser travelled across northern Nova Scotia.

Timeline of Nova Scotia shooting that left 17 dead, including RCMP officer

PORTAPIQUE, N.S. — Seventeen people have died after a shooter dressed in police clothing went on a rampage in rural Nova Scotia on Saturday night, ending in a police chase that lasted through Sunday. Here's a timeline of events. All times are local.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 8:26 p.m. on April 19, 2020: There are 35,056 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Feds increase scrutiny of foreign takeovers to protect firms hit by pandemic

Feds increase scrutiny of foreign takeovers to protect firms hit by pandemic

OTTAWA — The federal government has moved to protect Canadian businesses battered by the COVID-19 pandemic or producing medical supplies from being gobbled up by outside interests by tightening the rules around foreign investments and takeovers.

Doctor's association says help from government is not enough to survive COVID-19

TORONTO — The association representing Ontario doctors says a proposal from the provincial government to offer advance payments will not be enough to keep clinics open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Death toll rises at largest N.S. non-profit nursing home on 'devastating' day

Death toll rises at largest N.S. non-profit nursing home on 'devastating' day

HALIFAX — The largest non-profit nursing home in Nova Scotia is reporting two more deaths from COVID-19, bringing the total to five in two days, amidst what the premier described as "a devastating day" in the province.
Stage set for resumption of Parliament as Tories reject virtual Commons sittings

Stage set for resumption of Parliament as Tories reject virtual Commons sittings

OTTAWA — Barring a last-minute deal, the stage appeared set for members of Parliament to return to the House of Commons on Monday after the Conservatives rejected a Liberal government proposal to hold one in-person session and up to two virtual sessi
Civil Liberties group seeks amnesty for recreational tickets issued during COVID

Civil Liberties group seeks amnesty for recreational tickets issued during COVID

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association says it's going to fight for citizens nabbed for municipal recreational infractions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 2:10 p.m. B.C. police and enforcement officers will start issuing $2,000 tickets for price gouging and reselling essential supplies during the COVID-19 state of emergency.