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Doug Fung was released from hospital. 9 days later, he died from COVID-19 complications - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 18:31:36 EST
Doug Fung

When Doug Fung was released from North Vancouver's Lion's Gate Hospital, where he was being treated for cancer, his wife Bronwyn James knew something was off.

Parks Canada pushes back opening of popular camping reservation system from Jan. to April - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 19:32:05 EST
Tunnel Mountain Village I campground Banff

Parks Canada has announced it will push back the opening of its popular online parks reservation system from January to April in 2021. The plan is designed to allow for fewer cancellations due to changed plans, as well as to allow people to plan their vacation closer to the time they will travel.

Calgary officer files injunction to stop police brutality documentary from screening - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 22:51:35 EST
Calgary police Const. Chris Harris

A Calgary police constable has filed an emergency injunction to stop a documentary on police brutality from airing and is also suing the film's production company for defamation.

As COVID-19 cases rise, N.L. and P.E.I. exit Atlantic bubble for at least 2 weeks - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 10:18:26 EST
St. John's International Airport terminal masked passenger

Both Newfoundland and Labrador and P.E.I are exiting the Atlantic bubble for at least two weeks as COVID-19 cases rise in parts of the region.

Indigenous man and granddaughter handcuffed at Vancouver bank file human rights complaint against BMO, police - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 11:34:32 EST
Maxwell Johnson and his granddaughter Torianne

A human rights complaint has been filed against Bank of Montreal and the Vancouver Police Board after Indigenous man Maxwell Johnson and his granddaughter, 12-year-old Tori-Anne, were suspected of fraud and handcuffed while trying to open an account at a Vancouver branch of the bank last year.

New citizen patrols will scare Edmonton coyotes with sticks and tennis balls - Fri, 20 Nov 2020 15:59:39 EST
Alberta coyote

Volunteers armed with tennis balls, sticks and cans filled with coins will be a new kind of soldier in the conservation battle to keep Alberta’s urban coyotes wild.  

His bank raided his account to cover a payment made to scammers - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 04:00:00 EST
justin smith

A Toronto man fell victim to a job scam, but was even more shocked when his bank, Scotiabank subsidiary Tangerine, took some $3,000 from his account to make up for what it lost to the fraudsters. Go Public investigated banking rules that allow seizure of funds from different accounts.

Workplace compensation claims reflect toll COVID-19 has taken on Canada's workers - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 04:00:00 EST
Jeffrey Freedman

CBC News reached out to provincial workplace compensation boards across the country and found that more than 26,000 claims have been filed for contracting COVID-19 at work.

Enbridge's planned Line 3 pipeline replacement gets key permit approval - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 17:44:05 EST
Enbridge 20180816

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Monday approved one of the last remaining permits for Enbridge Energy's planned Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement across northern Minnesota, bringing the project a step closer to construction.

B.C. woman's death has been solved after 27 years, but for some, the wounds are still fresh - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 11:00:39 EST
Vicki Black

After 27 years, the circumstances surrounding the death of Vicki Black on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has finally been solved. And while it may bring legal closure, for some of those who were closest to Vicki Black and her case, the painful memories linger.

Senator aims to curb 'violent' porn, pitches mandatory age verification for online sites - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 04:00:00 EST
Britain Porn Block

Independent Quebec Sen. Julie Miville-Dechêne is calling for a crackdown on the consumption of online pornography by young people through new legislation that would force sites to verify the age of all users.

Ex-diplomats, aid workers plead with the world community to stand by Afghanistan - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 04:00:00 EST

For many of them, it was the defining professional experience of their lives. But Canada's legacy in Afghanistan is also something deeply personal for the more than 140 former diplomats, aid workers and police officers who have signed an open letter urging the international community — Canada included — not to abandon Afghanistan as its tentative peace process drags on.

New business ventures help Canadian snowbirds circumvent a closed U.S. land border - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 04:00:00 EST
Canadian snowbirds Bernard Loiselle and Sylvie Charbonneau flight

Many Canadian snowbirds are determined to head south this winter despite the COVID-19 pandemic, but they face hurdles getting their vehicles across a closed U.S. land border. In response, several transport companies have come up with new ways to help snowbirds — and their cars — get across.

Distribution, lack of national registry top hurdles for Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 13:54:57 EST

Vaccine distribution, the inability to pull off a mass campaign that could spark crowds and the absence of a national immunization registry are among the top hurdles facing Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, says the head of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization.

'I am one of yours forever,' departing Serge Ibaka tells Raptors fans - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 00:01:08 EST

He may be leaving Toronto, but Serge Ibaka says he'll always be a Raptor. The 31 year-old took to social media Sunday to dole out thanks for his time with the team, saying "the love I have received on this journey I will never forget."

Ontario taps former head of Canadian military to lead COVID-19 vaccine distribution task force - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 07:44:00 -0500
The Ontario government is calling on the former head of the Canadian Armed Forces to lead its newly announced COVID-19 vaccine distribution task force.
3 unprepared hikers, including 1 in shorts, rescued in the dark from snowy B.C. mountain - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 10:24:00 -0500
Three hikers were rescued by search teams on Sunday evening after getting lost on a snowy North Shore mountain trail.
Ontario cashier saves senior 'a whole lot of money' by stopping gift card scam - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 18:08:00 -0500
An Ontario cashier says she felt something wasn't right when a senior tried to purchase about $3,000 worth of Google gift cards.
Police break up anti-mask dance gathering at Quebec shopping mall, issue fines - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 21:01:00 -0500
Police are investigating an anti-mask dance gathering captured on video in a Quebec shopping mall over the weekend. They say they've now issued 18 violations, mostly to the organizer.
Steinbach, Man. minister who spoke at anti-mask rally fined for holding service on Sunday - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 14:59:00 -0500
A minister at a church near Steinbach, Man. who spoke at an anti-mask rally in the COVID-19-stricken city, has been handed two tickets after holding a church service on Sunday morning.
Indigenous land defenders shut down major intersection and port access in Vancouver - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 18:50:00 -0500
A group of Indigenous land defenders have taken over the intersection of East Hastings Street and Clark Drive, blocking one of the access routes to the Port of Vancouver.
Sask. Premier Moe self-isolating following potential COVID-19 exposure - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 16:03:00 -0500
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is self-isolating after a potential exposure to COVID-19.
Outbreak at Manitoba jail spikes to more than 70 cases - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 17:31:00 -0500
An outbreak of COVID-19 at the Stony Mountain Correctional Centre outside Winnipeg has spiked to more than 70 cases.
Albertans asking #WhereisKenney as province sets COVID-19 record again - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 22:14:00 -0500
Alberta set a record 1,584 new coronavirus cases Sunday - and #WhereisKenney began to trend on Twitter as critics accused Alberta’s premier of failing to show leadership - or even speak to Albertans about the crisis.
'We must take action': Alberta CMOH likens quickly spreading virus to snowball as province adds 1,549 cases - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 13:39:00 -0500
Ahead of a meeting with government officials who will decide on a strategy to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the province, Alberta’s chief medical officer of health announced 1,549 new cases of the disease on Monday.

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