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COVID-19 has made its way to second B.C. mink farm, no workers sick

COVID-19 has made its way to second B.C. mink farm, no workers sick

VICTORIA — Minks on a second farm in British Columbia's Fraser Valley have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans.
The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for December 24

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for December 24

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (All times Eastern): 7 p.m. British Columbia has surpassed another grim COVID-19 milestone, reaching 808 deaths in the province. Twelve more people died to lift the death toll over the 800 mark.
Ontario, Quebec post case records; Trudeau strikes hopeful note in holiday message

Ontario, Quebec post case records; Trudeau strikes hopeful note in holiday message

Canada's two most populous provinces reported record daily COVID-19 caseloads Thursday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau acknowledged this won't be the Christmas anyone had hoped for.
Quebec police watchdog completes probe into RCMP-involved killing of Rodney Levi

Quebec police watchdog completes probe into RCMP-involved killing of Rodney Levi

FREDERICTON — Quebec's police watchdog said Thursday it had completed its investigation into the RCMP-involved killing of Rodney Levi, a 48-year-old man from the Metepenagiag First Nation in New Brunswick.
'Grave risk:' Advocates say inmates should get speedy access to COVID-19 vaccine

'Grave risk:' Advocates say inmates should get speedy access to COVID-19 vaccine

Advocates say inmates should have speedy access to the COVID-19 vaccine, given how susceptible prisons and jails have been to outbreaks and how prevalent chronic disease is in that population.
Military bases struggling with personnel shortages, internal review finds

Military bases struggling with personnel shortages, internal review finds

OTTAWA — An internal review by the Department of National Defence has revealed Canadian military bases across the country are struggling with several problems, starting with severe shortages of personnel.
RCMP say it will be spring before investigation wraps into Alberta bus rollover

RCMP say it will be spring before investigation wraps into Alberta bus rollover

JASPER, Alta. — RCMP say it will be at least spring before an investigation wraps up into last summer's deadly tour bus rollover in the Alberta Rocky Mountains.
Pandemic pushed up timeline for long-sought EI review, Qualtrough says

Pandemic pushed up timeline for long-sought EI review, Qualtrough says

OTTAWA — Canada's employment minister says plans to revamp the employment insurance system have been put on a faster path thanks to COVID-19.
Quebec watchdog completes its probe into police-involved death of Chantel Moore

Quebec watchdog completes its probe into police-involved death of Chantel Moore

FREDERICTON — Quebec's police watchdog has completed its investigation into the New Brunswick police-involved killing of Chantel Moore, a 26-year-old Indigenous woman.
Trudeau urges Canadians to keep others safe this Christmas: In The News for Dec. 24

Trudeau urges Canadians to keep others safe this Christmas: In The News for Dec. 24

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. 24 ... What we are watching in Canada ... The way has been cleared for U.S.
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