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Vancouver council mulling first steps toward possible 2030 Olympic bid

Vancouver council mulling first steps toward possible 2030 Olympic bid

Vancouver's council is considering taking the first small steps toward hosting another Olympic Games.
Liberals' new aid bill faces calls for changes, and for a pause on business audits

Liberals' new aid bill faces calls for changes, and for a pause on business audits

OTTAWA — The Trudeau Liberals' latest attempt at providing emergency aid for the country's hard-hit companies and their employees is facing demands for change from businesses and opposition MPs.

More funding needed to address inequalities harming COVID-19 response: AFN

OTTAWA — The Assembly of First Nations regional chief in Alberta says First Nations' capacities to respond to COVID-19's second wave are dwindling because of health, social and economic inequities.
Crown completes cross-examination of accused Fredericton mass shooter

Crown completes cross-examination of accused Fredericton mass shooter

FREDERICTON — The Crown completed its cross-examination of Matthew Raymond Tuesday after suggesting to the accused he knew killing four people in Fredericton two years ago was wrong. Prosecutor Jill Knee pressed Raymond on the events of Aug.
U.S. election day and a Trump impersonator in Canada: In The News for Nov. 3, 2020

U.S. election day and a Trump impersonator in Canada: In The News for Nov. 3, 2020

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 Tuesday, Nov.
'It's such a big loss': Sister says family in shock after brother killed in Quebec

'It's such a big loss': Sister says family in shock after brother killed in Quebec

Just hours after Marie-Jo Duchesne had shared laughs with her older brother, who'd been out hiking on a sunny Saturday in Quebec, the heartbreaking call came informing her of Francois Duchesne's death in Quebec City.
Quebec attack brings back bad memories of 2017 mosque slaying that killed six

Quebec attack brings back bad memories of 2017 mosque slaying that killed six

MONTREAL — For Mohamed Labidi, the deadly attack in Quebec City Saturday night brought back memories of that cold January night in 2017.

Three bodies found, one man injured in rural area on Vancouver Island: RCMP

QUALICUM BEACH, B.C. — A local politician says the place where three bodies and an injured man were found on Vancouver Island is a well-known recreational area where people ride off-road motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles.
MacKay says he won't run in next federal election after failed leadership bid

MacKay says he won't run in next federal election after failed leadership bid

OTTAWA — Former Justice Minister Peter MacKay says he won't be on the ballot in the next federal election.

The latest news on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 8:04 p.m. The federal government says air travellers arriving in the country will soon have to submit their quarantine plans and contact information online before boarding their flights.
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