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Nov 20, 2020
Ottawa (Canada) November 20: New infections of COVID-19 could reach 60,000 a day by the end of December if Canadians increase their current level of contact with other people, according to modelling charts prepared by the the Public Health Agency of Canada and seen by CBC News.
Gynecologist facing lawsuit over painful examination was subject of other complaints to physicians' college
Nov 20, 2020
Trudeau unveils new net-zero emissions plan to meet climate change targets
OPP officer killed in line of duty on Manitoulin Island
RCMP tolerates 'misogynistic, racist, and homophobic attitudes:' former Supreme Court justice
Ontario cancer patient who must travel to U.S. for treatment trapped in near-constant quarantines
Manitoba bans in-store sales of non-essential items, visitors to homes with some exceptions
Manitoba (Canada) November 20: Manitoba is clamping down on private gatherings and businesses selling non-essential items in an effort to slow the alarming rise in...
Canada COVID-19 caseload surges to 3.14 lakh, death toll at 11,256
Ottawa [Canada] November 20 (ANI/Xinhua): The rapid spread of COVID-19 in Canada brought the total number of cases to 314,111, including 11,256 deaths, as of...
Pak-made medicines, arms and ammunition recovered from terrorists killed in J-K's Nagrota
Nov 19, 2020
Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], November 19 (ANI): A significant quantity of Pakistan-made medicines were recovered from the possession of four terrorists who were neutralised...
Eliminated terrorists in Nagrota were planning big attack, targeting DDC polls, says IG Jammu
Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], November 19 (ANI): After the killing of four terrorists in the Nagrota encounter here, Inspector General of Police, Jammu Zone...
DG BSF flags off special cycle expedition from Kashmir to Kanyakumari
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], November 19 (ANI): Rakesh Asthana, Director General of Border Security Force (BSF) flagged off a special cycle expedition from Kashmir...
China, North Korea pose cyber threat to Canada
Toronto [Canada], November 19 (ANI): China and North Korea are among several countries that pose the greatest cybersecurity threat to Canada through their state-sponsored programs,...
'Tainted' fuel at Barrhaven gas station leading to costly repairs
Ottawa (Canada) November 19: Numerous customers of a Barrhaven gas station have had to send their vehicles in for costly repairs after pumping "tainted" fuel...
Gatineau only in red zone due to health network underfunding, says mayor
Ottawa (Canada) November 19: The mayor of Gatineau, Que., says decades of underfunding for western Quebec's health-care system has had "significant human and economic consequences"...
Quebec government opens the door to gatherings of up to 250 people in COVID red zones
Montreal (Canada) November 19: The Quebec government is now allowing some gatherings of up to 250 people in COVID-19 red zones, although it says only...
OC Transpo fares to rise 2.5% in new year
Ottawa (Canada) November 19: OC Transpo fares are set to rise 2.5 per cent on New Year's Day and routes will remain intact for the foreseeable future, despite the pandemic.
Police arrest 88 after dismantling gang tied to killing of teenage bystander
Toronto company finds itself at the centre of Trump's unfounded vote fraud allegations
Man who claimed to be a deceived and defrauded lover was actually a delusional admirer, B.C. judge rules
Parliament passes Conservative motion to demand government decision on Huawei and 5G
State-sponsored actors 'very likely' looking to attack electricity supply, says intelligence agency
Rising COVID-19 cases spark talk of widespread school closures, extending holiday break
Vancouver to seek federal approval to decriminalize simple possession of illicit drugs
Possible COVID-19 lockdown coming to Toronto, Peel and York as Ontario reports 1,417 new cases
J-K gearing up for first-ever DDC polls, preparations underway
Canadian lawmakers adopt motion to form security strategy to counter Chinese influence