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Union remembers Cargill worker who died as a 'quiet, gentle and humble man'

Union remembers Cargill worker who died as a 'quiet, gentle and humble man'

CALGARY — The union representing workers at the Cargill meat processing plant in southern Alberta has paid tribute to the second employee who died as a result of COVID-19.
Ottawa examining new, existing tools to get web giants to pay up: Guilbeault

Ottawa examining new, existing tools to get web giants to pay up: Guilbeault

OTTAWA — The federal heritage minister says if new tools are needed to get digital giants to pay for Canadian content, they will be built.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:13 p.m. ET on May 12, 2020: There are 71,157 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern): 7:05 p.m. B.C. has just seven new cases of COVID-19, but one more person from a long-term care home has died.
Some Canadian universities say fall classes will be offered primarily online

Some Canadian universities say fall classes will be offered primarily online

Lingering uncertainty over the COVID-19 pandemic is prompting some Canadian post-secondary students to reconsider their plans for the fall, even as more schools announce strategies to navigate evolving health and safety measures.
Canadian frigate HMCS Fredericton back in action after Cyclone crash

Canadian frigate HMCS Fredericton back in action after Cyclone crash

OTTAWA — The Halifax-class frigate HMCS Fredericton is back in action less than two weeks after its Cyclone helicopter crashed off the coast of Greece, killing six Canadian Armed Forces members.
Canadian National Exhibition cancelled this summer due to COVID-19 pandemic

Canadian National Exhibition cancelled this summer due to COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO — Any other year, the lakeside grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition would soon be preparing for the summer spectacle's array of amusement rides, carnival games, thumping summer music jams and greasy food temptations.
Feds pledge one-time benefit top-up to seniors in COVID-19 aid

Feds pledge one-time benefit top-up to seniors in COVID-19 aid

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the possibility of extending emergency federal aid programs to ease the economic burden from COVID-19 as his government announced one-time payments for seniors that an advocacy group says falls short of h
Trudeau promises 'stronger measures' for screening at Canada-U.S. border

Trudeau promises 'stronger measures' for screening at Canada-U.S. border

WASHINGTON — The federal government is planning stronger measures to deal with a looming influx of people arriving from the United States, a clear sign Canada is bracing for the realities of life after lockdown while living next door to the world's l
Feds unveil new COVID-19 stream for provincial infrastructure program

Feds unveil new COVID-19 stream for provincial infrastructure program

OTTAWA — The federal government is preparing to spend more than $3 billion in infrastructure money on projects to make facilities more pandemic-resistant and encourage outdoor activities in the age of COVID-19, Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKen