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Nunavut reports first COVID-19 cases involving two mine workers

Nunavut is reporting its first confirmed cases of COVID-19.

A motorcyclist has died on a Quebec road after head-on collision

A motorcyclist died after an accident Saturday night in the Outaouais, about an hour-and-a-half north of Ottawa.

A safe, a statue and unending plastic: hundreds of kilos of trash pulled from St. Lawrence on Saturday

Bottles of water, straws, XXX-rated adult DVDs and countless cigarette butts: all were part of the harvest in the vast chore of cleaning the St. Lawrence River that took place Saturday.

Decades after Montreal brainwashing experiments, victims’ families protest for right to sue

Several victims’ families are now seeking court permission to launch a class action lawsuit against the Allan Memorial Institute, McGill University and the Canadian and Quebec governments for CIA-funded brainwashing experiments that ruined their relatives’ lives

How Ginsburg’s death could reshape the U.S. presidential campaign

A U.S. presidential campaign that was already tugging at the nation’s most searing divides has been jolted by the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, potentially reshaping the election at a moment when some Americans were beginning to…

Poison mailed to White House may have come from Canada; RCMP investigating

An envelope addressed to the White House that contained the poison ricin may have come from Canada, investigators say, and the RCMP has been called in to investigate.

Break-and-entry in Lachine ends in gunshot, but everyone involved flees scene

Police are unable to locate suspects — or a victim, so far — in the latest report of a shooting in Montreal where the crime scene had emptied out by the time police arrived.

COVID-19 crackdown: Quebec police make presence known at bars across province

Visibility was the point as police began to enter bars and restaurants across Quebec last night, taking notes, to crack down on COVID-19 rule violators.

‘A great public servant’: Outpouring of tributes following John Turner’s death

Canadians far and wide are sharing touching tributes following the death of John Turner, Canada’s 17th prime minister.

Another protest against COVID-19 rules in Montreal, but only about 20 people show up

With the dreaded second wave of coronavirus increasingly evident, with 427 new cases announced in Quebec, protests were again planned on Saturday to demand an end to the health emergency — though not many people showed up, at least in…