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The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Tuesday, April 13, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Tuesday, April 13, 2021

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. There are 1,078,562 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 1,078,562 confirmed cases (78,293 active, 976,877 resolved, 23,392 deaths).
Grey whale off Vancouver Island given antibiotics after lesions found around tag site

Grey whale off Vancouver Island given antibiotics after lesions found around tag site

VANCOUVER — Canadian and American officials say they're monitoring a grey whale after lesions were spotted in the same area where a satellite tag was attached by researchers.
Montreal school wants Ottawa to plan for a Kamala Harris drop-in during future visit

Montreal school wants Ottawa to plan for a Kamala Harris drop-in during future visit

MONTREAL — If U.S. Vice-President Kamala Harris happens to be in Canada any time soon, her old high school in Montreal would love to host her.
Opposition parties lay out priorities ahead of Liberal government budget next week

Opposition parties lay out priorities ahead of Liberal government budget next week

OTTAWA — The four opposition parties in Ottawa are making demands of the minority Liberal government ahead of next week’s federal budget, but their leverage is limited.
Quebec man charged in partner's death as domestic violence advocate sounds alarm

Quebec man charged in partner's death as domestic violence advocate sounds alarm

LA MALBAIE, Que. — The case of a 46-year-old Quebec man who was charged with murder on Tuesday in connection with his partner's death is raising concerns once again about domestic violence in the province.
Indigenous leaders, experts urge Ottawa to quickly pass UNDRIP bill before election

Indigenous leaders, experts urge Ottawa to quickly pass UNDRIP bill before election

OTTAWA — It's been over 40 years since Chief Wilton Littlechild of Alberta began fighting for recognition of Indigenous rights in Canada, but he says he's waiting to see these rights passed into federal law before he can finally rest.
Liberals set to dive deeply into child care in April 19 federal budget

Liberals set to dive deeply into child care in April 19 federal budget

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are set to dive into child care in next week's budget, with stakeholders being told to expect strings attached to federal cash for provinces who want the money.
Top military police officer defends unit's handling of sex misconduct cases

Top military police officer defends unit's handling of sex misconduct cases

OTTAWA — The commander of Canada's military police found himself defending the independence and professionalism of his investigators on Tuesday as members of a parliamentary committee grilled him over how they deal with cases of sexual misconduct.
Chinese ambassador denies mistreatment of two detained Canadians

Chinese ambassador denies mistreatment of two detained Canadians

OTTAWA — China's ambassador to Canada says the media has "hyped up" stories about violations against the two Canadians detained in China.
'A strange thing:' Yukon election ends in a tie. Here's what could happen next

'A strange thing:' Yukon election ends in a tie. Here's what could happen next

The Yukon territorial election ended in a tie Monday night with the Liberals seemingly headed toward a minority government. The Liberal and Yukon parties sit at eight seats each and the NDP has two. Ten seats are needed to win a majority.