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A look at Huawei Technologies and Meng Wanzhou

A look at Huawei Technologies and Meng Wanzhou

VANCOUVER — Some facts about Huawei Technologies and Meng Wanzhou: The company: Huawei was founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei. The 75-year-old is Meng's father. The company is based in the tech hub of Shenzhen in southern China.
COVID-19 aid programs will have to end, others to be modified, Trudeau says

COVID-19 aid programs will have to end, others to be modified, Trudeau says

OTTAWA — The federal government is in talks with business and labour groups to figure out the future of billions in emergency aid, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said one day after a warning that current spending was sustainable for only so long.

Five things to know about the Meng Wanzhou extradition case

VANCOUVER — A B.C. Supreme Court judge ruled against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on Wednesday in a key legal argument in her extradition case.
Twenty-nine of Canada's 48 national parks to reopen to day-use visitors in early June

Twenty-nine of Canada's 48 national parks to reopen to day-use visitors in early June

More than half of Canada's national parks — including Banff in Alberta, Pacific Rim in British Columbia and Cape Breton Highlands in Nova Scotia — are to reopen next week.

Once noted Toronto researcher who falsified data wins medical licence back

TORONTO — An internationally known Canadian researcher stripped of her medical licence for falsifying scientific data and then trying to cover up her deceptions is being allowed to return to practise as a physician even though she remains barred from
'In-person' G7 more effective, but deal with safety concerns first, Trudeau says

'In-person' G7 more effective, but deal with safety concerns first, Trudeau says

WASHINGTON — Gathering the leaders of seven of the world's largest economies in person would be "much more effective" than the virtual alternative, Justin Trudeau said Wednesday — so long as the United States has a plan to deal with the potential COV
Long-term care home report and sale of Torstar; In The News for May 27

Long-term care home report and sale of Torstar; In The News for May 27

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of May 27 ... --- Key decision in Meng Wanzhou case...

More than half of national parks to reopen June 1 after COVID-19 closure

Parks Canada says some operations at national parks, national historic sites, historic waterways, and national marine conservation areas will resume starting June 1. Twenty-nine of Canada’s 48 national parks will be accessible: 1.
How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

How much will be enough when it comes to Canada's COVID-19 supply?

OTTAWA — A high-profile announcement by the Liberals this week that automotive giant General Motors would make 10 million medical masks omitted a detail that speaks to the long road ahead in Canada's fight against COVID-19.
Some employees miss working in air-conditioned spaces as central Canada sizzles

Some employees miss working in air-conditioned spaces as central Canada sizzles

Natasha Burtenshaw-deVries lives in one of several apartments in a converted house in Brantford, Ont., that doesn't have central air conditioning.