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Fossil fuels to decline but remain big player in Canada's energy use by 2050: report

Fossil fuels to decline but remain big player in Canada's energy use by 2050: report

OTTAWA — The Canada Energy Regulator says reaching net-zero emissions over the next 30 years will to require a much more aggressive transition away from oil and gas.
B.C. Indigenous man files human rights complaints over detainment at Bank of Montreal

B.C. Indigenous man files human rights complaints over detainment at Bank of Montreal

VANCOUVER — An Indigenous man from British Columbia has filed complaints with the BC Human Rights Tribunal and the Canadian Human Rights Commission after he and his granddaughter were handcuffed when they tried to open a bank account.

Miscarriage of justice before B.C. teen's 1983 guilty plea in girl's murder: lawyer

VANCOUVER — A lawyer for a man who spent 37 years in prison for the murder of a toddler says the British Columbia Appeal Court should first consider new evidence in the case he believes involved a miscarriage of justice.
Exclusion of mental health as grounds for assisted death is likely temporary: Lametti

Exclusion of mental health as grounds for assisted death is likely temporary: Lametti

OTTAWA — The federal government's bill to expand eligibility for medical assistance in dying appears to be in for a rough ride in the Senate.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Monday, Nov. 23, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:25 p.m. EST on Nov. 23, 2020: There are 337,555 confirmed cases in Canada.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada on Nov. 23, 2020

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 6:15 p.m. There have been 17 deaths in British Columbia over three days due to COVID-19 and provincial health officer Dr.
Many Canadians gaining weight during COVID-19: poll

Many Canadians gaining weight during COVID-19: poll

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests many Canadians are gaining weight because they're eating more and exercising less during COVID-19 pandemic.
Atlantic bubble bursts while COVID-19 cases continue to rise further west

Atlantic bubble bursts while COVID-19 cases continue to rise further west

TORONTO — COVID-19's second wave tightened its grip on the Prairies on Monday, while two eastern provinces pulled out of the Atlantic bubble in an effort to rein in the virus.
RCMP boss responds to watchdog report about alleged spying on anti-oil protesters

RCMP boss responds to watchdog report about alleged spying on anti-oil protesters

OTTAWA — RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki has responded to a long-delayed watchdog report on alleged surveillance of anti-oil protesters after a civil liberties group went to court to force her hand.
Bill to mandate sexual-assault law training for judges passes House of Commons

Bill to mandate sexual-assault law training for judges passes House of Commons

OTTAWA — A long-awaited bill that would require judges to commit to take training in sexual assault law has passed unanimously in the House of Commons.