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Officer says nothing unusual in arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou

Officer says nothing unusual in arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou

VANCOUVER — The RCMP officer who apprehended Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou three hours after she was detained by border officers said he didn't think boarding the plane to arrest her was a good idea. Const. Winston Yep said in B.C.

Thanksgiving festivities affecting COVID-19 numbers in Ontario, Manitoba: officials

Health officials in Ontario and Manitoba are pointing to recent Thanksgiving celebrations as they continue to see high numbers of new COVID-19 infections despite strengthening restrictions in hot spot areas.
Mi'kmaq fisherman intends to fight federal charges alleging illegal lobster catch

Mi'kmaq fisherman intends to fight federal charges alleging illegal lobster catch

HALIFAX — A fisherman from a Mi'kmaq community in Cape Breton says he intends to plead not guilty to charges of illegal fishing after his lobster traps were seized last year by federal fisheries officers in southwestern Nova Scotia.
B.C. Liberal leader stepping down after losing seats in election

B.C. Liberal leader stepping down after losing seats in election

VANCOUVER — The B.C. Liberal party is looking for a new leader following Andrew Wilkinson's announcement Monday he's quitting and will leave as soon as a replacement is selected.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 6:30 p.m.
Liberals face probe into pandemic response after losing House vote

Liberals face probe into pandemic response after losing House vote

OTTAWA — Opposition parties won their bid Monday to launch a probe of the Liberals' handling of the COVID-19 pandemic following a week of parliamentary turbulence over how to review their management of the crisis.
Most Canadians don't want federal election until at least 2022, new poll suggests

Most Canadians don't want federal election until at least 2022, new poll suggests

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests most Canadians don't want a federal election during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic — or even next year.
PM says budget update won't have fiscal anchor, suggests one coming after crisis over

PM says budget update won't have fiscal anchor, suggests one coming after crisis over

OTTAWA — The government's promised update on the health of its finances won't have a specific anchor to guide decisions and keep spending from spiralling out of control, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.
In pushing to amend conversion therapy bill, Tories seek to bridge caucus divide

In pushing to amend conversion therapy bill, Tories seek to bridge caucus divide

OTTAWA — Conservatives will seek to amend a Liberal bill that would criminalize forcing people to undergo therapy to change their sexuality or gender.
Mother of Fredericton shooter says she often advised him to see a doctor for help

Mother of Fredericton shooter says she often advised him to see a doctor for help

FREDERICTON — The mother of Fredericton mass shooter Matthew Raymond says he constantly talked about conspiracy theories and she tried to convince him to see a doctor.