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CFIA cancels imports of some puppies from Ukraine after dead dogs found on plane

CFIA cancels imports of some puppies from Ukraine after dead dogs found on plane

TORONTO — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it will not allow commercial puppies under the age of eight months to be imported from Ukraine after dozens of dead or sick dogs were found on a flight at Toronto's airport.
Photos surface of Andrew Scheer failing to wear mask while travelling

Photos surface of Andrew Scheer failing to wear mask while travelling

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister were spotted Tuesday in a Toronto airport lounge not wearing mandatory masks to curb COVID-19.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Tuesday, July 7

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Tuesday, July 7

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:37 p.m. on July 7, 2020: There are 106,167 confirmed cases in Canada.
Buffet decision shows LNG projects on shaky political, economic ground: report

Buffet decision shows LNG projects on shaky political, economic ground: report

OTTAWA — Legendary investor Warren Buffett's decision to walk away from a proposed export terminal for liquefied natural gas in Quebec is being held up in a new report as a sign that the LNG sector in Canada and elsewhere is on shaky ground.
Grizzly bears in the dark as they try to share living space with humans: study

Grizzly bears in the dark as they try to share living space with humans: study

EDMONTON — Grizzly bears are doing their best to get along with people, but it still isn't enough.

'Free-range' father who taught kids to ride bus wins court challenge

VANCOUVER — A father of five who taught his children take public transit by themselves has won an appeal against a B.C. ministry that told him he had to supervise them on the bus. Justice Barbara Fisher of the B.C.

Class action filed against Montreal's Grey Nuns over alleged abuse at orphanage

Montreal's Grey Nuns are facing a class action lawsuit alleging physical and sexual abuse of vulnerable young children under the congregation's care at its orphanage in the city spanning nearly 50 years.
Provinces pose challenge to Indigenous child-welfare reform: Bellegarde

Provinces pose challenge to Indigenous child-welfare reform: Bellegarde

OTTAWA — National Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Assembly of First Nations says provincial governments that want to cling to their authority over child welfare are one of the biggest barriers to implementing new legislation giving Indigenous communiti

Shuttered Service Canada centres to slowly reopen with new COVID-19 measures

OTTAWA — The federal government says it plans to slowly reopen Service Canada centres it shuttered in late March over public health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Promise of COVID-19 funds to support disabled Canadians remains in limbo

Promise of COVID-19 funds to support disabled Canadians remains in limbo

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's promise to provide a payment worth up to $600 to some disabled Canadians to help with additional COVID-19 costs remains in limbo.