Police say 36-year-old who was punched in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has died (Details)

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VANCOUVER—Police say a man who was punched in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has died.Const. Tania Visintin says 36-year-old Neil Scarisbrick died on Monday.He is Vancouver’s 11th homicide victim this year.Visintin says police believe the victim...

B.C. fisher fined for tossing explosive device at sea lions off his boat (Details)

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OTTAWA—A B.C. fisher was fined $8,000 last month and banned from possessing explosives for three years after he threw an explosive device into a group of sea lions in March 2019.Video footage posted to...

Ottawa man who shouted slurs, threw objects charged with assault in alleged hate-motivated incident...

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Ottawa police say a man has been charged with what they describe as a hate-motivated assault after he allegedly shouted homophobic slurs and threw objects at people on a patio last week.They say the...
Students enter the Philippe-Labarre Elementary School in Montreal on Aug. 27. A group of Quebec parents has lost the first round of a legal fight to force the province's Education Department to provide an online learning option for all families who want it. Quebec Superior Court Justice Frederic Bachand refused the parents' request for a safeguard order that would have given parents immediate access to remote courses for their children as the case awaits trial.

Quebec parents lose first round in legal fight for online classes amid pandemic (Details)

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MONTREAL—A group of Quebec parents has lost the first round of a legal fight to force the province to provide an online learning option for families worried about sending children to school amid the...
British Columbia provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is ordering nightclubs and banquet halls to close to control the spread of COVID-19.

Nightclubs ordered closed in British Columbia after spike in COVID-19 cases (Details)

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VICTORIA—British Columbia’s top doctor ordered nightclubs and banquet halls to close on Tuesday to control the spread of COVID-19 and placed new restrictions on the sale of alcohol at pubs, lounges and restaurants.Provincial health...
Smoke fills the sky and blankets the Vancouver skyline on Tuesday. Metro Vancouver has issued an air quality advisory due to the smoke from wildfires burning south of the U.S. border.

U.S. wildfire smoke leads to alerts, health warnings in southern B.C. (Details)

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VANCOUVER—Air quality warnings have been issued for large sections of southern British Columbia as wildfire smoke from the United States is pushed north.Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued air quality warnings for Vancouver...

Potential COVID-19 vaccine makers speak out in bid to reassure the public (Details)

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This is part of an ongoing series of stories — The Road to a Vaccine — that will look at Canada’s quest to secure a COVID-19 vaccine amid the global pandemic, as well as...

Today’s coronavirus news: Bank of Canada expected to hold key rate steady; Pope uses...

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The latest coronavirus news from Canada and around the world Monday. This file will be updated throughout the day. Web links to longer stories if available. 6:04 a.m.: South Korea’s ambassador to France said...
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Trump raises more than $207 million since Election Day as he...

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President Donald Trump’s political operation has raised more than $207 million since Election Day, as the President inundates his supporters with fundraising appeals and...