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Liberal MP took too long with ethics disclosure, ought to apologize in Commons: Dion

Liberal MP took too long with ethics disclosure, ought to apologize in Commons: Dion

OTTAWA — The federal ethics watchdog said Thursday a Liberal MP broke the rules when he took far too long to comply with the conflict of interest code.
Vaccines coming to Canada and tighter restrictions: In The News for Nov. 19

Vaccines coming to Canada and tighter restrictions: In The News for Nov. 19

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Nov. 19 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Canada-Britain trade negotiation in final stages as Dec. 31 tariff deadline looms

Canada-Britain trade negotiation in final stages as Dec. 31 tariff deadline looms

OTTAWA — Canada and Britain say they are in the final stages of negotiating a new trade deal before a Dec. 31 deadline.
Feds 'missing opportunity' to ensure political parties covered by privacy law

Feds 'missing opportunity' to ensure political parties covered by privacy law

OTTAWA — A not-for-profit group that promotes public awareness of digital rights says the Trudeau government has missed an opportunity to ensure political parties come under federal privacy law.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 9:24 p.m. EST on Nov. 18, 2020: There are 311,110 confirmed cases in Canada.

Meng's lawyer asks if border officer was gathering evidence for the FBI

VANCOUVER — The border officer who led Meng Wanzhou's immigration exam at Vancouver's airport before her arrest two years ago says he wanted to adjourn the process as quickly as possible but was told to wait.
B.C. premier to call on prime minister for national travel policy to fight COVID-19

B.C. premier to call on prime minister for national travel policy to fight COVID-19

VICTORIA — British Columbia Premier John Horgan says he will lobby Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to tell Canadians that travel within the country at this stage of the COVID-19 pandemic should only be for essential purposes.
RCMP needs structural changes to address racism: MMIWG commissioner

RCMP needs structural changes to address racism: MMIWG commissioner

OTTAWA — A commissioner who served on the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls says top-down attitudes and the centralized structure of the RCMP are leading to racist practices against Indigenous people in Canada.
Federal fisheries minister should resign over lobster dispute: Indigenous leader

Federal fisheries minister should resign over lobster dispute: Indigenous leader

HALIFAX — The chief of the First Nation at the centre of a lobster fishing dispute in Nova Scotia says the federal fisheries minister should resign because she appears unwilling to deal with the band's challenges.
Potential vaccine news brightens dark day marked by rising COVID-19 cases, deaths

Potential vaccine news brightens dark day marked by rising COVID-19 cases, deaths

Ontario's health minister on Wednesday suggested Canada could start receiving millions of doses of COVID-19 as soon as January, providing a glimmer of hope on an otherwise dark day marked by rising cases and death counts in many provinces.