People wear face masks as they walk through a shopping mall in Montreal. Quebec’s COVID-19 case numbers hit their highest numbers since the end of May this weekend, but that didn't stop demonstrators from protesting the province's mandatory mask wearing outside a Montreal subway station on Saturday.

Addressing Quebec antimask protests poses a challenge for leaders, experts say (Details)

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MONTREAL—Quebec’s COVID-19 case numbers hit their highest numbers since the end of May this weekend, but Alexandre Laberge-Ayotte wasn’t worried.Laberge-Ayotte and a handful of other protesters stood outside a Montreal subway station on Saturday,...
WE Charity co-founders Craig and Marc Kielburger are also planning to leave the Toronto-based youth organization once the transition to a new board of governors is complete.

WE Charity closing Canadian operations, Kielburger brothers leaving (Details)

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OTTAWA—WE Charity says it is closing its Canadian operations, blaming COVID-19 and the political fallout from the Liberal government's plan to have it run a multimillion-dollar student-volunteer program for leaving it in financial ruin....

As Hong Kong pro-democracy tensions rise worldwide, some Canadians fear for safety with no...

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Canada’s special committee on China relations has been on break since Parliament was prorogued nearly a month ago, leaving some Canadians concerned about their safety as China-related tensions spike around the world. Cherie Wong,...

Fishermen to haul traps in Nova Scotia Indigenous lobster fishery (Details)

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SAULNIERVILLE, N.S. — Fishermen from Nova Scotia’s Sipekne’katik First Nation prepared to retrieve lobster traps Saturday as RCMP continued to patrol waters off the western part of the province.Rhonda Knockwood, the First Nation’s director...

Former grocery store becoming a community hub (Details)

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By Jamie Mountain Local Journalism Initiative Reporter EARLTON – A group of community not-for-profit organizations are hoping to pump some fresh blood into the heart of Earlton. The Community Foundation of Temiskaming, the Earlton...
Dr. Kieran Moore told a Tuesday-evening city council meeting that he believes the councillors should take more drastic action to prevent students in the university town from partying during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public health official urges stiffer penalties for parties in Kingston, Ont. (Details)

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KINGSTON, ONT.—The top public health doctor in Kingston, Ont., is urging local officials to take more drastic action to prevent students in the university town from partying during the COVID-19 pandemic.Dr. Kieran Moore told...

Judge drops by protest camp at Saskatchewan legislature that he ruled on last week...

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REGINA—A Saskatchewan judge who ruled a Métis man could stay on the lawn of the provincial legislature to finish his hunger strike against high suicide rates visited the protester Sunday as the demonstration drew...

Today’s coronavirus news: Ontario’s legislature returns for its fall session; Some Ontario school boards...

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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.6:20 a.m.: South Korea has reported its lowest daily...
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From AIDS to COVID-19, America’s Medical System Has a Long History...

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In the early days of the pandemic, Susan Castor, a 64-year-old Filipino American nurse, would make her rounds taking care of patients at a...