What is double criminality? Meng Wanzhou ruling explained

TORONTO — The alleged fraud that Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou is accused of committing by U.S. authorities would be considered a crime in Canada

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Managing kids' screen time and parental controls

Watch Jessica Gosselin’s interview with Katie Traynor of Integrated Solutions about managing your kids’ screen time using parental controls. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4945332.1589917893!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news

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Ontario premier to make another announcement, one day after expanding list of businesses to reopen

TORONTO — One day after unveiling what the first stage of the province’s recovery phase will look like, Ontario Premier Doug Ford is scheduled

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Landlord unable to evict tenants amid COVID-19 despite claims of property damage

REGINA — A Regina landlord says he’s unable to evict his tenants despite claims of extensive property damage because of regulations introduced during the

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Oak Bay veteran reaches fundraising goal

A 101-year-old veteran has been doing laps around the courtyard of his retirement home to raise money for a worthy cause. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4932772.1589079571!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg

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Longo’s store in Vaughan closing for 2 weeks after several employees test positive for COVID-19

TORONTO — A Vaughan Longo’s location is closing for 14 days after several employees at the store tested positive for COVID-19. York Region Public

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COVID-19: Sask. nurse says limited supply of protective masks puts healthcare workers at risk

SASKATOON — A frontline medical worker says a limited supply of protective medical equipment in the province is endangering health care staff. “It puts

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TDSB wants to keep legal pot dispensaries ‘as far away from schools as possible’

The Toronto District School Board says that it wants to be consulted on the location of legal marijuana dispensaries so that it can work

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Will jotted on napkin at Sask. McDonald’s is valid, judge says

SASKATOON — A Saskatchewan man’s undated will written on a McDonald’s napkin is a valid document, a judge ruled. “In Saskatchewan, holograph (handwritten) wills

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New street lights too late for mother of woman killed in Ring Rd. crash

REGINA — Katie Boehm died in a crash on Ring Road four years ago. The memory of that night is still fresh for her

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