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'Canada really sticks out:' Studies show banks not so green on climate change

'Canada really sticks out:' Studies show banks not so green on climate change

International analyses suggest Canadian financiers are oiling the wheels of the fossil fuel industry at a far greater rate than their peers.
The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 8:26 p.m. Yukon health officials say they're investigating a new COVID-19 case in Whitehorse. Chief medical officer Dr.
Health Canada to make decision on Pfizer vaccine approval soon, feds say

Health Canada to make decision on Pfizer vaccine approval soon, feds say

Canada is drawing closer to making a decision on a leading COVID-19 vaccine candidate, Health Minister Patty Hajdu said Wednesday as the federal government continued to face pressure to deliver on doses amid mounting cases and deaths.
'I’d love to be home:' N.L. rotational workers facing bullying online

'I’d love to be home:' N.L. rotational workers facing bullying online

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — As Geoff Neville waited this week in a Montreal airport to begin his second day of travel from Nunavut to St. John’s, N.L., he said he tries to empathize with the angry people online who say he shouldn’t be allowed to go back home.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020. There are 389,775 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 389,775 confirmed cases (67,564 active, 309,886 resolved, 12,325 deaths).
CP investigating after video shows train running over pronghorn antelope herd

CP investigating after video shows train running over pronghorn antelope herd

MAPLE CREEK, Sask. — Canadian Pacific Railway says an investigation is underway following the release of a video showing one of the company's trains running over dozens of pronghorn antelope in southwestern Saskatchewan.
RCMP must take 'drastic actions' to restore confidence: former Supreme Court justice

RCMP must take 'drastic actions' to restore confidence: former Supreme Court justice

OTTAWA — The author of a report that found a toxic, misogynistic culture in the RCMP says the police force must take some "drastic actions" right away to restore confidence.
Debate over assisted dying bill extended as clock ticks down on court deadline

Debate over assisted dying bill extended as clock ticks down on court deadline

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to amend a government bill on assisted dying to better protect Canadians with disabilities.
Vaccine priority list must be refined to match available doses: Tam

Vaccine priority list must be refined to match available doses: Tam

OTTAWA — Canada's chief public health officer says the priority list of people who will get vaccinated first against COVID-19 has to be refined because the initial six million doses set to arrive in the first batch will not be enough to cover them al
Saskatchewan government apologizes for photo of same-sex couple on World AIDS Day

Saskatchewan government apologizes for photo of same-sex couple on World AIDS Day

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is apologizing for using a photo of two men to promote World AIDS Day. The government posted the picture showing the men standing side by side with their heads touching on social media on Tuesday.