Canada-U.S. border to remain closed for another month as provinces slowly reopen

The Canada-U.S. border will remain closed for another 30 days. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the deal to extend the closure during his daily

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Some B.C. gyms could open doors this month

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is clarifying when gyms and fitness facilities in B.C. could reopen, after saying last week they likely wouldn’t

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Women, children turned away from shelters in Canada almost 19,000 times a month

This story is part of Stopping Domestic Violence, a CBC News series looking at the crisis of intimate partner violence in Canada and what

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Black History Month: 6 young Canadian leaders you should know

For Black History Month, Global News spoke to six young, Black Canadians who are doing inspirational work for the Black community, striving to help

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Athlete of the Month: Volleyball star David Kindley also thrives on the basketball court

David Kindley has already committed to playing volleyball for the University of Waterloo Warriors in the fall, but the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute athlete has

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Canada added 35K full-time jobs last month, twice what was expected

Canada’s economy added 34,500 jobs last month, enough to push the jobless rate down to 5.5 per cent. Statistics Canada reported Friday that the

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B.C.’s first hybrid electric ferries to arrive next month

B.C.’s first hybrid electrical ferries have officially entered the waters of the Pacific Ocean and will be arriving to Victoria this January.  The two ships are

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Fort Saskatchewan condo residents waiting for answers a month after evacuation

A month after being evacuated, residents of an apartment complex in Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., say they’re still waiting for the condo board to tell

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City of Regina dealing with second sinkhole in a little over a month – Regina

For the second time in just more than a month, the City of Regina is dealing with a sinkhole. The sinkhole appeared at Pasqua

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B.C.’s request for injunction against Alberta turn-off-the-taps law delayed 1 month

B.C.’s request for an injunction against Alberta’s Bill 12, which would allow the province to restrict shipments of oil and gas to B.C., has

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