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'Vancouver model' marries dirty money and Chinese capital flight, inquiry hears

'Vancouver model' marries dirty money and Chinese capital flight, inquiry hears

VANCOUVER — Metro Vancouver appears to have developed an industry with the "sole purpose" of laundering money and moving cash across borders, a public inquiry heard Monday.
Canadian Judicial Council won't appeal harsh ruling of its investigation of judge

Canadian Judicial Council won't appeal harsh ruling of its investigation of judge

TORONTO — The Canadian Judicial Council says it will not appeal last week's Federal Court ruling that harshly criticized its investigation of a justice who accepted a temporary deanship of an Indigenous-focused law school.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:59 p.m. ET on May 25, 2020: There are 85,711 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Salmon expected to begin arriving soon at Fraser River landslide: DFO

Salmon expected to begin arriving soon at Fraser River landslide: DFO

VANCOUVER — Parts of a pneumatic fish pump dubbed the "salmon cannon" have arrived at the site of a massive landslide along British Columbia's Fraser River, where Fisheries and Oceans Canada expects some salmon to begin arriving soon.
Liberals, NDP work on sick leave to secure deal on future of Parliament

Liberals, NDP work on sick leave to secure deal on future of Parliament

OTTAWA — How Parliament should function in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis remained unresolved Monday as the Conservatives dug in on their demand that the House of Commons resume normal operations with a reduced number of MPs in the chamber.

Quebec coroner recommends more training for police dealing with domestic violence

MONTREAL — A coroner is recommending more training for police officers who intervene in domestic violence cases following the murder of a Quebec woman by her ex-boyfriend when she returned home to retrieve her belongings.
Use pandemic to stop brain drain, MPs told, as payments for CERB top $40 billion

Use pandemic to stop brain drain, MPs told, as payments for CERB top $40 billion

OTTAWA — The federal government should use the COVID-19 pandemic to reverse a brain drain of top tech talent south of the border, a House of Commons committee heard Monday, alongside warnings that companies would leave Canada if taxes go up to pay fo
Packed parks like Bellwoods avoidable with better communication, experts say

Packed parks like Bellwoods avoidable with better communication, experts say

Images of a downtown Toronto park packed with young people seemingly flouting physical distancing guidelines designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 have drawn sharp criticism from both politicians and the public.
Ontario delays allowing bubble families, larger gatherings as COVID cases rise

Ontario delays allowing bubble families, larger gatherings as COVID cases rise

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Canadians to keep following public health orders heading into summer, as rising COVID-19 cases and high-profile misbehaviour in a Toronto park over the weekend threatened to derail Ontario's reopening plans.
Council of the Federation: COVID-19 prompts Quebec to put off premiers' meeting

Council of the Federation: COVID-19 prompts Quebec to put off premiers' meeting

Quebec is postponing the Council of the Federation meeting it was set to host this summer because of COVID-19.