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Quebec police probing 3 cellphone tower fires, possible link to conspiracy theory

Quebec police probing 3 cellphone tower fires, possible link to conspiracy theory

MONTREAL — On Sunday, a small town north of Montreal felt it necessary to write a message on its Facebook page specifying that its cellphone tower did not have 5G capability in response to numerous questions from concerned citizens. By 4 a.m.
'Numb and very lost': Meat plant reopens as memorial held for Cargill worker

'Numb and very lost': Meat plant reopens as memorial held for Cargill worker

HIGH RIVER, Alta.
Mayor says Fort McMurray needs help after 'devastating' floods from ice jams

Mayor says Fort McMurray needs help after 'devastating' floods from ice jams

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — The mayor of a northern Alberta city hit hard by flooding says he will seek disaster aid from higher levels of government while residents have been told they may need to boil their tap water for months.
Parliament must be given more time to study COVID-19 response: Scheer

Parliament must be given more time to study COVID-19 response: Scheer

OTTAWA — As provinces begin to ease up on COVID-19 restrictions, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says Parliament should also return to a more normal routine.
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 6:36 p.m. on May 4, 2020: There are 60,772 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): 6 p.m. Health officials in Alberta say they are monitoring an outbreak of 30 COVID-19 cases among employees at a Purolator distribution centre in Calgary.
'Sense of relief' as provinces begin easing COVID-19 lockdown restrictions

'Sense of relief' as provinces begin easing COVID-19 lockdown restrictions

Quebecers were shopping for furniture, Winnipeggers were sipping beers on patios and a Regina physiotherapist was treating aches and pains that built up during weeks of isolation.
China says faulty masks a 'contractual' matter that has been fixed

China says faulty masks a 'contractual' matter that has been fixed

OTTAWA — The Chinese embassy in Ottawa claimed Monday that the one million faulty N95 masks that arrived in Canada from China last month were the result of a "contractual" issue that has now been fixed.
Nunavut's first COVID-19 case turns out to be false positive

Nunavut's first COVID-19 case turns out to be false positive

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Canada's High Arctic may still be free of the novel coronavirus. A case of COVID-19 supposedly confirmed in the remote Nunavut community of Pond Inlet last week has turned out to be a false positive.
Bank of Canada's independence key to aiding post-COVID recovery, Wilkins says

Bank of Canada's independence key to aiding post-COVID recovery, Wilkins says

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada will need to maintain its independence to aid the economy during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly as the country's debt levels rise, says the bank's second-in-command.