Get the latest headlines, breaking news, business and financial news about Canada. She received the news from a sibling. The Canadian stock market ended on a firm note on Monday, lifted by gains in healthcare, industrials, energy and materials sections. The high court has agreed to jointly hear the appeals of two men who received stiffer penalties when Alberta's Court of Appeal ruled that convictions for wholesale fentanyl trafficking should carry a minimum sentence of nine years. City officials recently decided to control the white-tailed deer population living in a municipal green space by killing half of them and donating their meat to a food bank. On Thursday, Nicol said he's not sure what else officials can really do. "I would respectfully say that I would agree that there was fatigue because of the close proximity between the provincial election and ours, some of which is just confusion on people's part," Nicol said. There have been more than 2,500 cases in the last week and more than 20 deaths in just three days. For The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 5:00 p.m. British Columbia is introducing a suite of new COVID-19 restrictions for areas of the Lower Mainland where case numbers are rising rapidly. He said it's not for him to speculate. Understanding the latest public-health guidance, Charges upgraded against suspects in Toronto shooting after 12-year-old boy dies, Sir John A. 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It did a little bit, but we have a long ways to go. The first government-funded, church-run residential schools opened in the 1870s. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 12, 2020. The priority for the school, which has just over 1,000 students, is creating an inclusive environment, she said. Michael MacDonald, The Canadian Press. 24 hrs ago . Waterloo Public Health reported 44 new positive tests for the coronavirus on Thursday bringing the total number of cases in the area to 2,532. All students were told about the change on Thursday. The prosecution's experts will need time to go through all of the interviews if and when they get them, Callaghan said. Darlene Fitzgerald says a letter will be sent to parents describing how the residential schools and passage of the Indian Act in 1867 caused irreparable harm to generations of Indigenous people. "Overall it was our impression that despite the fact he was not psychotic, his autistic way of thinking was severely distorted similar to psychosis," the report read. There were 474 new infections recorded in its latest update. It was a different environment in the usually loud, full salon — appointments spaced out, clients in masks and no noisy blow dryers. Manitoba has the biggest per-capita caseload of active infections in Canada and reported nine new deaths on Thursday, matching the record for fatalities set only a day earlier. 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In the first glimpse of evidence Minassian's lawyers may present at his murder trial, court heard that a doctor who interviewed the 28-year-old found he was not psychotic but had a thought process similar to psychosis. The... OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will delve into the question of minimum prison sentences for fentanyl trafficking. They were also known for overcrowding, poor sanitation, unhealthy food and menial labour. Kamala Harris's Canadian classmates celebrate after her vice-presidential win. © Copyright 2020 The Globe and Mail Inc. All rights reserved. — The Transportation Safety Board says a fire in January aboard a large factory-freezer trawler started in the ship's sauna as the vessel was catching and processing shrimp off the coast of Newfoundland. Feedback or complaints regarding the application of CBC Journalistic Standards and practices. With a potential coronavirus vaccine nearing, Ticketmaster is exploring a new strategy for event organizers. There... 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An Ontario judge has ordered Hudson's Bay Co. to pay half the rent owing at one of its department stores, while blocking a landlord's attempt to evict the iconic retailer. Longueuil says the... SAINT JOHN, N.B. "When you have a name like Sir John A. After closure notices were posted at the encampment in Rossdale on Nov. 8, Edmonton police and city staff were on site Thursday help relocate people and begin the clean-up process. Until Nov. 26, students, parents, staff and community members will be invited to submit suggestions for a new name, which will be subject to certain school board criteria. Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino said Canada is creating a new measure targeting students and young people in Hong Kong: a work permit designed to help them get permanent Canadian residency faster. The physicians, in a public letter issued today, suggest time-limited restrictions, including suspending indoor dining, bars, theatres and religious services. "We had contested races everywhere but Ward 4 and we also had a very contested race at the mayoralty level. “No judge in Canada was ever going to find that the Holocaust didn’t happen,” Embry said. Coronavirus cases are spiking across much of Canada, so should gatherings and travel during the holiday be called off? Manitoba reported nine deaths from COVID-19 for the second-straight day Thursday and again saw record high levels of hospitalizations and patients needing critical care as a result of the virus. Last month, a board of trustees approved a decision by Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., to remove Macdonald's name from its law school building, ending a months-long process that began after a petition gathered support. He said the drive thru option at city hall was popular this year and could perhaps be expanded in the future. Even as COVID-19 numbers rose she hoped salons would be spared new restrictions because of the expensive and extensive precautions the industry had taken. We didn't want to leave. They urge the government to provide further support for businesses that would be affected. The Canadian Press News 2,681 new virus cases as deaths top 10,200 Global News News PEI Progressive Conservatives jump to majority status with byelection win … "This is really a no-brainer for me." He is charged under the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act. An earlier version incorrectly said Minassian was asking to be found criminally responsible. Experts say it’s possible in pandemic’s next stage, Coronavirus: Alberta doctor warns ICU could be at capacity within 2 weeks, Camp Pekiwewin in Rossdale closed, police and city crews on site, Nova Scotia’s Sir.