» The National for August 7th
08/08/20 01:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
The Canadian government promises to fire back against new U.S. tariffs on Canadian aluminum.

» Trudeau government refuses to support Gov. Gen. Julie Payette while under scrutiny
08/08/20 00:20 from CBC | Top Stories News
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland drew a sharp distinction between her support for the office of the Governor General and its current occupant in the wake of reporting by CBC News showing unusual spending to meet her demands for pr...

» Toronto man in U.S. ICE custody dies after getting coronavirus
08/08/20 00:15 from CBC | Top Stories News
A Canadian man who contracted COVID-19 while in the custody of U.S. immigration authorities has died, leaving his family shaken and looking for answers from governments on both sides of the border.

» What the Beirut blast radius would look like if it occurred in Canadian port cities
07/08/20 22:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
We know from witnesses and reporting that the Beirut explosion earlier this week caused massive damage within about a three-kilometre radius of the blast. What if such an explosion happened in Canada? See how extensive the damage would b...

» 239 salmonella illnesses in Canada now linked to U.S. onions
07/08/20 21:42 from CBC | Top Stories News
The Public Health Agency of Canada says there are now 239 confirmed cases of salmonella infections linked to red onions imported from the United States.

» Better ventilation, fewer cellphones called for in federal back-to-school guidelines
07/08/20 20:23 from CBC | Top Stories News
Canada's federal public health agency released guidelines today to advise school administrators as they plan for the reopening of schools in September with the goal of mitigating the spread of coronavirus among students and staff. 

» Hand sanitizer recall sparks concern but product still safe and effective when made properly
07/08/20 20:19 from CBC | Top Stories News
Hand sanitizers have come under scrutiny lately with more than 50 brands now recalled by Health Canada. But they're still safe and effective when made and used properly, Canadian experts say.

» 'Give your head a shake': Ontario premier blasts Trump's new U.S. tariffs
07/08/20 16:48 from CBC | Top Stories News
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he's disappointed in the president for potentially compromising a historically strong trade relationship with new U.S. tariffs.

» At least 17 dead in plane crash in southwestern India
07/08/20 16:04 from CBC | Top Stories News
At least 17 people were killed and more than 100 injured when an Air India Express passenger plane repatriating Indians stranded by the COVID-19 pandemic overshot the runway in heavy rain near the southern city of Calicut, officials said.

» U.S. added 1.8M jobs in July as recovery from COVID-19 continues, but slowly
07/08/20 13:08 from CBC | Top Stories News
U.S. employment growth slowed considerably in July amid a resurgence in new COVID-19 infections, offering the clearest evidence yet that the economy's recovery from the recession caused by the pandemic was faltering.

» Premier, education minister defend Ontario's back-to-school plan amid class size concerns
07/08/20 13:01 from CBC | Top Stories News
Premier Doug Ford and his education minister continued to defend Ontario's back-to-school plan on Friday, with both unwilling to answer whether they will consider opting for smaller class sizes for elementary students amid concerns voice...

» Premier, education minister defend Ontario's back-to-school plan amid class size concerns
07/08/20 13:01 from CBC | Top Stories News
Premier Doug Ford and his education minister defended Ontario's back-to-school plan on Friday amid concerns about elementary class sizes, saying the government is "flexible" but does not intend to revisit the strategy. 

» Freeland set to respond to Trump's plan to slap tariffs on Canadian aluminum imports
07/08/20 12:54 from CBC | Top Stories News
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is holding a news conference today to respond to Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on Canadian aluminum imports. The event is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. ET in Toronto, and CBCNews.ca wil...

» Canada to impose $3.6B in tariffs in response to Trump's move against Canadian aluminum
07/08/20 12:54 from CBC | Top Stories News
The federal government will spend the next month consulting with Canadians about which U.S. metals products to target with retaliatory tariffs as a new trade dispute flares up with the Trump administration. The potential targets include ...

» Canada added 419,000 jobs in July, but is still 1.3M below pre-COVID-19 levels
07/08/20 12:48 from CBC | Top Stories News
Canada's economy added 419,000 jobs in July and the jobless rate dropped to 10.9 per cent.

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