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Victoria mural sponsor says anti-police acronym inappropriate, but fuels debate

Victoria mural sponsor says anti-police acronym inappropriate, but fuels debate

VICTORIA — A group that sponsored an anti-racism mural that was called disrespectful by Victoria's police chief says part of the work is offensive.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 4

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 4

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:43 p.m. EDT on Sept. 4, 2020: There are 131,124 confirmed cases in Canada.
Quebec government reveals nearly 50 educational institutions struck by COVID-19

Quebec government reveals nearly 50 educational institutions struck by COVID-19

MONTREAL — The Quebec government has unveiled a list of nearly 50 educational institutions that have had at least one COVID-19 case in the past week.
Ex-Canadian Forces reservist charged in 'race war' case back in court Jan. 12

Ex-Canadian Forces reservist charged in 'race war' case back in court Jan. 12

WASHINGTON — The lawyer for accused neo-Nazi Patrik Mathews will be back in court Jan.
RCMP secrets case likely to be tangled up in court for some time

RCMP secrets case likely to be tangled up in court for some time

OTTAWA — All signs suggest the complex prosecution of a senior Mountie for allegedly revealing secrets will grind through the judicial process well into next year.
Canadian economy added 246,000 jobs in August, unemployment rate 10.2%

Canadian economy added 246,000 jobs in August, unemployment rate 10.2%

OTTAWA — The pace of gains in Canada's job market slowed in August, as Statistics Canada reported the economy added 246,000 jobs, and other data that experts say suggests billions in government benefits isn't stopping people from getting back into th
Canada not on pace to meet target to cut methane emissions by 2025

Canada not on pace to meet target to cut methane emissions by 2025

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson is open to imposing tougher regulations to curb methane emissions from the oil and gas sector if that is required to hit a 2025 target to cut them by almost half, his staff said Friday.
Nova Scotia woman fails to win stay as husband seeks medically assisted death

Nova Scotia woman fails to win stay as husband seeks medically assisted death

HALIFAX — A judge in Nova Scotia has rejected a woman's second bid to stop her husband from receiving a medically assisted death.

Hot tub heist: RCMP investigate spas stolen from Alberta manufacturing site

THORSBY, Alta. — Mounties in central Alberta are looking for a thief who might be in some hot water. RCMP say seven hot tubs were stolen from an Arctic Spas manufacturing site in Thorsby, about 70 kilometres southwest of Edmonton.
Russia denial of Navalny poisoning taken with grain of salt: Champagne

Russia denial of Navalny poisoning taken with grain of salt: Champagne

OTTAWA — Canada and its G7 allies are taking Russia's denials of the poisoning of Alexei Navalny with a skepticism, Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said Friday.