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Close U.S. election shows power of individual vote, Americans in Canada say

Close U.S. election shows power of individual vote, Americans in Canada say

TORONTO — The closely contested U.S. election has brought home the power of the individual voter for Americans in Canada who hail from the handful of toss-up states that will decide who occupies the White House for the next four years.
Ontario to lay out next phase of COVID-19 response in Thursday's budget

Ontario to lay out next phase of COVID-19 response in Thursday's budget

TORONTO — The Ontario government is expected to lay out the next phase of its COVID-19 response as it presents its first budget since the start of the pandemic on Thursday.

Corrective to Nov. 3 story on Broncos lawsuit with the Saskatchewan government

REGINA — In a Nov. 3 story about a lawsuit dealing with the Humboldt Broncos crash, The Canadian Press incorrectly reported that the semi truck hit the bus. In fact, the bus hit the truck after the truck drove into the path of the bus.
Parliamentary budget officer rebukes Trudeau government over spending secrecy

Parliamentary budget officer rebukes Trudeau government over spending secrecy

OTTAWA — Parliament's budget watchdog has called out the Trudeau government for not providing information on billions of dollars in planned federal spending.
'An insult to the families:' Saskatchewan government wants out of Broncos lawsuit

'An insult to the families:' Saskatchewan government wants out of Broncos lawsuit

REGINA — Lawyers for the Saskatchewan government are to be in a Regina courtroom Wednesday to ask a judge to remove the province from a lawsuit filed by families of victims of the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash.

Miss Vickie's Canada recalls Kettle Chip products over possible glass contamination

Miss Vickie’s Canada is recalling some Kettle Cooked Potato Chips due to possible glass contamination.
Uncertainty after U.S. election and murder hornets in B.C.: In The News for Nov. 4

Uncertainty after U.S. election and murder hornets in B.C.: In The News for Nov. 4

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov.
Florida, Ohio drift out of Democratic grasp as Trump, Biden in pitched battle

Florida, Ohio drift out of Democratic grasp as Trump, Biden in pitched battle

FAIRFAX, Va. — An election campaign roiled by a deadly pandemic, an economic crisis and social unrest that rivalled the civil rights movement of the 1960s ended Tuesday the way everything seems to in 2020: awash in suspense, confusion and doubt.
'Keep calm, consult with the allies:' Canadian political analysts on U.S. results

'Keep calm, consult with the allies:' Canadian political analysts on U.S. results

OTTAWA — Four more years of an inscrutable, unpredictable Donald Trump. Or a new chapter with a friendly, predictable Joe Biden. Both options hung in the balance for Canada as the U.S.
Canadians gather in-person and virtually for U.S. 'cliffhanger' but result elusive

Canadians gather in-person and virtually for U.S. 'cliffhanger' but result elusive

Canadians and Americans living in Canada huddled around TV and computer screens across the country Tuesday night to watch the results of the divisive U.S. presidential election rolled in but a quick decision was unlikely.
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