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Alberta Mounties charged in shooting death of man in car to get jury trial

WHITECOURT, Alta. — Two RCMP officers charged in the shooting death of a 31-year-old man in northern Alberta will be getting a jury trial. Cpl. Randy Stenger and Const.
Hurricane Teddy expected to push dangerous storm surge toward Nova Scotia

Hurricane Teddy expected to push dangerous storm surge toward Nova Scotia

HALIFAX — Residents of Halifax and Nova Scotia's eastern shore were warned to stay away from the coastline as hurricane Teddy churned its way toward Atlantic Canada on Tuesday, pushing a storm surge ahead of its swirling winds.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 22

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 22

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:23 p.m. EDT on Sept. 22, 2020: There are 146,663 confirmed cases in Canada.
B.C.'s top doctor says she's received abuse, death threats during COVID-19 response

B.C.'s top doctor says she's received abuse, death threats during COVID-19 response

VICTORIA — British Columbia's top doctor said she's received death threats in her role as a public figure during the COVID-19 pandemic. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry told a panel discussion at the annual convention of the Union of B.C.
Horgan says 'acrimony' between parties over the summer spurred call for snap election

Horgan says 'acrimony' between parties over the summer spurred call for snap election

VANCOUVER — B.C. Premier John Horgan says his decision to call an election started to crystallize in the summer when his minority government ran into legislative challenges.
Canadian suspected of sending ricin to White House charged with threatening Trump

Canadian suspected of sending ricin to White House charged with threatening Trump

A Quebec woman suspected of mailing envelopes containing the poison ricin to the White House appeared in court Tuesday on a charge of threats against the president of the United States.
RCMP investigating after far-right groups disrupt anti-racism rally in Alberta

RCMP investigating after far-right groups disrupt anti-racism rally in Alberta

RED DEER, Alta. — RCMP are investigating after far-right protesters disrupted what was to be a peaceful anti-racism rally in central Alberta last weekend, but local advocacy groups say officers should have been better prepared to stop the violence.
Public health officials urge Canadians to limit contacts again as COVID-19 cases rise

Public health officials urge Canadians to limit contacts again as COVID-19 cases rise

OTTAWA — Canada will see a dramatic resurgence of COVID-19 cases unless people limit contact with others in coming days, the country's chief public health officer warns. Dr.
Throne speech to talk short-, and long-term plans as cases rise, prompting PM address

Throne speech to talk short-, and long-term plans as cases rise, prompting PM address

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals' throne speech Wednesday is to lay out plans for child care, health care, affordable housing and navigating the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. The speech, crafted by the governing party but delivered by Gov.
Opposition blames Liberals as talks around return of Parliament near 11th hour

Opposition blames Liberals as talks around return of Parliament near 11th hour

OTTAWA — Federal opposition parties blamed the Liberal government for failing to properly prepare for the return of Parliament as negotiations around in-person versus virtual sittings went down to the wire Tuesday.
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