Record virus infections, deaths are ravaging Latin America

RIO DE JANEIRO — A surging coronavirus is ravaging parts of Latin America, setting records for cases and deaths Friday in some countries in

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PM Trudeau: COVID-19 efforts could ‘go up in smoke’ if one jurisdiction makes wrong decisions

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says everything Canadians have worked for in the fight against COVID-19 could “go up in smoke” if reopening

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Quebec to launch ‘massive’ COVID-19 screening strategy in Montreal area

MONTREAL — Quebec on Friday announced it is launching what it says is a “massive” new COVID-19 screening strategy in the Montreal area, which

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More COVID-19 deaths reported in Toronto long-term care homes

TORONTO — Two more COVID-19 deaths have been reported at an Etobicoke long-term care home, bringing the total number of virus-related deaths at the

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Camera captures truck making dangerous U-turn on Montreal’s Jacques-Cartier Bridge

MONTREAL — A truck driver wound up with an over $1,500 fine Wednesday morning after he nearly jackknifed his rig on the Jacques Cartier Bridge

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Closure of non-essential Ontario businesses starts tonight

TORONTO — The closure of all non-essential businesses in the province to help curb the spread of COVID-19 will take effect later today. Premier

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Flame arrival faces calls for Tokyo Olympics be delayed

TOKYO — The Olympic flame is set to arrive in Japan from Greece even as the opening of the Tokyo Games in four months

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Drugs and stolen vehicles seized from Three Hills home, warrants issued for homeowners

CALGARY — Arrest warrants have been issued for a man and a woman from Three Hills after police searched their home last week and

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Supreme Court won’t hear appeals of Calgary couple convicted in son’s death

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear the appeals of a Calgary couple found guilty of killing their diabetic teenage son.

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LRT power problems to affect Monday morning commute

OTTAWA — The power problems that caused delays for LRT passengers this weekend will affect the Monday morning commute on the Confederation Line, officials

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