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UK, Canada sanction Myanmar generals after coup
Britain and Canada on Thursday imposed sanctions on generals in Myanmar for human rights violations following the military takeover in the Southeast Asian country.
Moderna study suggests half doses offer strong immune response, but experts caution against changing approach
'Significant' immune response from both full and half doses, company's team says
Canadian government designates ‘Proud Boys’ as terrorist group
Canada has designated the group ‘Proud Boys’ as a terrorist entity, following a parliamentary resolution blaming the “white supremacist” group of organizing the January 6 riot at the US Capitol.
Why Canada's seniors need the coronavirus vaccine so urgently
The race between vaccinations and COVID-19 heats up as case numbers rise
Canada unveils largest economic relief package since WW2
Canada's federal government will spend C$100bn ($77bn, £58bn) to kick-start the country's post-pandemic economy.
Quebec stabbing: Two dead after attack by man in medieval clothes
At least two people have been stabbed to death in the Canadian city of Quebec by a man armed with a sword and dressed in medieval clothing, police say.
Toronto lawyer Annamie Paul elected leader of the federal Green Party
Paul is the first Black permanent leader of a major federal political party
Clock is ticking for the Liberals to announce new defence chief, signal military priorities
Exactly who will succeed Gen. Jonathan Vance remains a mystery
The ambassador with no embassy: Venezuela's opposition loses momentum in bid to oust leader
'The momentum in politics is a roller-coaster,' says Orlando Viera-Blanco
Americans, go home: Tension at Canada-US border
As the pandemic continues to sweep the US, Canadians are getting more and more concerned about what American visitors could be bringing with them over the border.
Canada loses out to Ireland and Norway in Security Council vote
Canada has lost its latest bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council despite an expensive and star-studded campaign.
Trump delays 'outdated' G7 leaders' summit
US President Donald Trump has said he will postpone this year's G7 summit and invite leaders of other countries to participate in the talks.
Testing, contact tracing crucial to reopen U.S.-Canada border, says Obama's former acting labor secretary
Border restrictions extended another 30 days
Shopify surges to within $1B of Royal Bank for title of most valuable company in Canada
Ottawa-based e-commerce firm sees booming demand as more companies move to sell online
Trudeau bans ‘military-grade’ guns in Canada following largest mass shooting in country's history
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has announced that his government will be banning assault-style weapons, in response to last week's Nova Scotia rampage that saw 22 killed.
Justin Trudeau Is Calling For A Ban On All "Assault-Style Weapons" Following The Rampage In Canada
Authorities believe the shooter used a Royal Canadian Mounted Police uniform and vehicle to pull over random drivers and execute them on the spot.
Canadian police confirm gunman killed 16 people before death in Nova Scotia
Police have confirmed the death toll of one of Canada’s worst mass shootings in years has risen as officers work through crime scenes.
At Least 10 Killed in Nova Scotia Shooting, Police Say
One Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer was killed and another was wounded, a police union president said.
Canada working to produce up to 30,000 ventilators domestically: Trudeau
Announcement comes after U.S.-based 3M agreed to sell N95 masks to Canada
COVID-19: Italy in full lockdown; Canada reports 1st death
U.S. says deal to curb transmission of COVID-19 doesn't apply to travel by air, sea and some kinds of rail
Harry & Meghan sign off from their Sussexroyal Instagram account
It is not clear what will replace Sussexroyal or when, but it seems certain something will, judging from what they posted.
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