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Record-breaking storm blasts Nunavut, 135 km/h winds rip off stairs and crush cabins

Record-breaking storm blasts Nunavut, 135 km/h winds rip off stairs and crush cabins

IQALUIT — Pangnirtung mayor Eric Lawlor couldn't see out his windows on Sunday. That's when a record-breaking blizzard hit the Baffin Island community of about 1,500, shaking houses and crushing cabins.

The latest news on COVID 19 developments in Canada on Dec. 29

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (All times Eastern): 6:15 p.m. Another 2,206 people in B.C. have been diagnosed with COVID-19 over the last five days. Provincial health officer Dr.
Former N.L. prisoner wants guards held accountable in death of Indigenous inmate

Former N.L. prisoner wants guards held accountable in death of Indigenous inmate

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — When the ten correctional officers charged in the death of an Inuk man at a jail in St. John’s face a judge for the first time in February, Gordon Wheaton says he’d like to be there.
Addressing mental-health issues linked to pandemic looming issue in 2021, Bains says

Addressing mental-health issues linked to pandemic looming issue in 2021, Bains says

OTTAWA — Canada's industry minister says the country faces mounting mental health concerns that the government will have to address in 2021.
A pandemic, economic questions and leadership rumblings in Manitoba politics

A pandemic, economic questions and leadership rumblings in Manitoba politics

WINNIPEG — The COVID-19 pandemic will shape Manitoba politics in many ways in 2021. There will be an ongoing attempt to control outbreaks of the novel coronavirus and to keep hospitals from being overwhelmed.
'If not now, then when?' COVID-19 spurs some Canadians to make big changes

'If not now, then when?' COVID-19 spurs some Canadians to make big changes

TORONTO — The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of Canadians across the country, causing many to lose their jobs or businesses, or to adapt to a new life spent mostly at home.

Premiers' popularity during pandemic and giant jade returned: In The News for Dec. 29

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 Dec. 29 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Poll suggests low levels of satisfaction over Prairie premiers handling of pandemic

Poll suggests low levels of satisfaction over Prairie premiers handling of pandemic

OTTAWA — A new poll suggests the premiers of Canada’s three Prairie provinces are lagging counterparts from the rest of the country when it comes to how local residents feel they are managing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mosaic Stadium's football field in Regina flooded for free, pandemic friendly skating

Mosaic Stadium's football field in Regina flooded for free, pandemic friendly skating

REGINA — The operators of Regina's Mosaic Stadium have come up with a novel way to give people who want to skate plenty of space for social distancing.

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Dec. 28, 2020

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 9:00 p.m. ET on Monday Dec. 28, 2020. There are 555,207 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 555,207 confirmed cases (74,113 active, 465,973 resolved, 15,121 deaths).