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Canadians living in China watch developments in Meng case closely

Canadian teacher Christopher Maclure remembers the first time he felt afraid living in China.
New Brunswick's first COVID-19 death linked to nursing home outbreak

New Brunswick's first COVID-19 death linked to nursing home outbreak

FREDERICTON — The first person in New Brunswick to die from COVID-19 is being remembered as a hard-working man whose top concern was taking care of his family.

Women's group angered by 'intoxication' ruling but concern called overblown

TORONTO — A court ruling allowing people accused of sexual assault or other violent crimes to argue they were so intoxicated they didn't know what they were doing has angered women's-rights activists but civil libertarians call the criticism unwarran
Special payments to seniors to arrive in early July, Liberals say

Special payments to seniors to arrive in early July, Liberals say

OTTAWA — A special one-time payment to millions of seniors will arrive in early July, a delay the Liberals say is the result of ensuring there isn't any fraud in the pandemic-related top-up.
Moment of crisis, unrest no time for U.S. to desert global partners: congressman

Moment of crisis, unrest no time for U.S. to desert global partners: congressman

WASHINGTON — The public health crisis gripping the world and civil unrest roiling cities across the United States are precisely why President Donald Trump should be embracing America's global friends and allies, not tearing down the rules-based inter
Trudeau, and an unexpected Trump, urge COVID-19 co-operation at vaccine summit

Trudeau, and an unexpected Trump, urge COVID-19 co-operation at vaccine summit

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and some of his fellow world leaders were joined by an unexpected ally on Thursday in their show of international solidarity on sharing an eventual COVID-19 vaccine: U.S. President Donald Trump.
Officers charged in Floyd death and vaccine summit; In The News for June 4

Officers charged in Floyd death and vaccine summit; In The News for June 4

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 June 4 ... --- American anti-racism protests ...
Spiritual needs of vulnerable federal inmates unmet during pandemic: chaplains

Spiritual needs of vulnerable federal inmates unmet during pandemic: chaplains

OTTAWA — Federal prison chaplains say the spiritual needs of inmates have become an unnecessary casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic at a time when offenders are feeling particularly vulnerable and alone.
A look at how provinces plan to emerge from COVID-19 shutdown

A look at how provinces plan to emerge from COVID-19 shutdown

Provinces have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
'Defunding' police, funding mental health resources will save lives: experts

'Defunding' police, funding mental health resources will save lives: experts

TORONTO — The death of a Toronto woman who fell from her 24th-floor balcony while police were in her home has renewed calls for an overhaul of how society deals with people in mental health crises.