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PM agrees to virtual meeting devoted to federal health transfers to provinces

PM agrees to virtual meeting devoted to federal health transfers to provinces

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has agreed to hold a virtual first ministers meeting on federal health care transfers to the provinces and territories.
On Biden's heels, Trump heads to Michigan in search of working-class votes

On Biden's heels, Trump heads to Michigan in search of working-class votes

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump taxied into Michigan on the heels of his Democratic challenger Thursday, hoping to use NAFTA and China to slow Joe Biden's momentum in a Rust Belt state that's vital to his effort to stay in the White House.
Trudeau to take questions in Liberal party's first-ever virtual fundraiser

Trudeau to take questions in Liberal party's first-ever virtual fundraiser

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Thursday that Canada is still in the middle of the COVID-19 health crisis and will be for many months to come. "Let's make no mistakes," he told a virtual Liberal fundraising event.
Senate agrees to compensate harassment victims of ex-senator Don Meredith

Senate agrees to compensate harassment victims of ex-senator Don Meredith

OTTAWA — The Senate has agreed with recommendations from an independent evaluator that the victims of disgraced ex-senator Don Meredith should be compensated.
Language hot issue among party leaders at New Brunswick election roundtable

Language hot issue among party leaders at New Brunswick election roundtable

FREDERICTON — Bilingualism in New Brunswick emerged as a top issue as party leaders squared off Thursday evening in their final televised exchange ahead of Monday's provincial election.
B.C. judge rules against private care in test of universal system

B.C. judge rules against private care in test of universal system

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's health minister says a judge's decision against a surgeon advocating for patients' rights to pay for private medical care highlights the significant role of the public health-care system as a cornerstone of Canada's ide
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 10

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 10

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:04 p.m. EDT on Sept. 10, 2020: There are 134,923 confirmed cases in Canada.
Survivor of Oshawa, Ont., mass shooting thanks supporters, first responders

Survivor of Oshawa, Ont., mass shooting thanks supporters, first responders

OSHAWA, Ont. — The woman who survived the recent mass shooting of her family in Oshawa, Ont., is thanking supporters, first responders and the medical workers aiding her recovery.
Still no agreement on how returning Parliament will function as pandemic goes on

Still no agreement on how returning Parliament will function as pandemic goes on

OTTAWA — Less than two weeks before Parliament is to resume sitting, no one knows how it is going to function amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Toronto mayor asks federal, provincial governments for more financial help

Toronto mayor asks federal, provincial governments for more financial help

TORONTO — With many businesses continuing to operate at limited capacity, Toronto Mayor John Tory on Thursday called on upper levels of government to provide additional economic support for Canada's downtowns.