Thursday, October 6, 2022
The Canada Border Services Agency says it has so far turned away more than 30,000 foreign nationals trying to enter the country during the coronavirus pandemic. It comes as the federal government faces growing pressure to crack down further on cross-border travel. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has...
OTTAWA — Advocates of stricter gun control are urging the Trudeau government to get on with promised reforms, saying they are months overdue. Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has pledged new measures, including a buyback of recently outlawed firearms, tougher...
With Quebec shattering records in Canada for daily increases of COVID-19 cases and rising hospitalizations due to the coronavirus, Premier François Legault announced further public health restrictions to curb the spread of the virus. The province said it will allow...
Nova Scotia is on Monday sending off this year's Tree for Boston. The event will take place at 1 p.m. indoors at the Cunard Centre in Halifax, hosted by Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Suzanne Lohnes-Croft and U.S. Consul Andrea Wiktowy. This...
HALIFAX — Most of Nova Scotia's senior RCMP staff believed there were "dysfunctions" at their division prior to the 2020 mass shootings and felt abandoned by their superiors in the aftermath, according to a consultant's report prepared last year. The...
The federal government claims billions in taxable income could be wrested from its grasp if the Supreme Court of Canada does not intervene in Ottawa’s thus-far unsuccessful dispute with uranium producer Cameco Corp. Saskatoon-based Cameco and the federal government have...
NARCITY-If you want to avoid hefty fines or even prison time, it's probably best to follow Canada’s quarantine rules if you decide to travel. Following an update to the rules for incoming travellers, the government is reminding visitors and returning residents that the...
Canada's top doctor is amplifying a call for Canadians to reduce their number of contacts each day to "only essential activities" or else the coronavirus pandemic will continue to surge. Should appropriate efforts not be made, Dr. Theresa Tam says Canada could see 20,000...
OTTAWA — The world's fight against COVID-19 doesn't end with the successful distribution of a vaccine, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday. Trudeau said Thursday the wide inequality between rich and poor countries, which...
Premier Doug Ford raises issue in conversation with governor Ontario Premier Doug Ford has approached the governor of Michigan about the possibility of having essential workers who cross the border from Canada vaccinated against COVID-19 stateside. The premier spoke to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer...
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