» False positive COVID-19 test delays passengers for hours at Iqaluit airport after flight from Ottawa
20/01/21 21:46 from CBC | Top Stories News
The Nunavut government has confirmed that a medical travel patient onboard a flight from Ottawa to Iqaluit has twice tested negative for COVID-19 after initially receiving a positive test result. The first test result led passengers on t...

» The youngest poet to read at a U.S. presidential inauguration had dreams of this day
20/01/21 20:54 from CBC | Top Stories News
In one of the inauguration's most talked about moments, poet Amanda Gorman summoned images dire and triumphant Wednesday as she called out to the world "even as we grieved, we grew."

» Conservatives vote to eject Derek Sloan from caucus after donation from white nationalist
20/01/21 20:41 from CBC | Top Stories News
Conservative MPs have voted to expel Derek Sloan from caucus after the eastern Ontario MP accepted a donation from a notorious white nationalist.

» WestJet's 737 Max to be first to return to Canadian skies after global grounding
20/01/21 19:34 from CBC | Top Stories News
WestJet says it will operate the first commercial flight of the Boeing 737 Max in Canada since the aircraft was cleared to fly again in Canadian airspace.

» Budget watchdog says reformed fiscal stabilization program will cost Ottawa $4.5 billion
20/01/21 19:10 from CBC | Top Stories News
Reforms to a federal support program for provinces will nearly triple the cost to Ottawa next year, with the price tag projected to be about $4.5 billion, says Canada's parliamentary budget officer.

» Trump pardons ex-strategist Steve Bannon, dozens of others in final hours in office
20/01/21 18:41 from CBC | Top Stories News
U.S. President Donald Trump has pardoned former chief strategist Steve Bannon as part of a late flurry of clemency action benefiting nearly 150 people, including rap stars and former members of Congress.

» TC Energy suspends work on $8B Keystone XL pipeline as Biden plans to scrap permit today
20/01/21 18:21 from CBC | Top Stories News
Calgary-based TC Energy says it is suspending work on the Keystone XL pipeline in anticipation of incoming U.S. President Joe Biden revoking its presidential permit on Wednesday. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is expected to respond at 4 p...

» Offers of help emerge for Biden as U.S. vaccine distribution efforts hit roadblocks
20/01/21 18:08 from CBC | Top Stories News
Health officials throughout the United States are pinning their hopes on U.S. President Joe Biden as they struggle to obtain coronavirus vaccines.

» James Cross, British diplomat who survived FLQ kidnapping, dead at 99
20/01/21 17:03 from CBC | Top Stories News
A Polaroid taken by the FLQ of James Cross playing solitaire while sitting on a crate ostensibly full of dynamite is among the most iconic photos in Canadian history, representative of the moment when Quebec appeared to be teetering on t...

» Biden presidency will improve battered Canada-U.S. relationship but won't be without obstacles, experts warn
20/01/21 17:02 from CBC | Top Stories News
Joe Biden's presidency will improve a damaged Canada-U.S. relationship — but the change at the top won't be enough on its own to paper over some lingering bilateral concerns, experts say.

» Economy hasn't hit bottom yet, but bounceback from COVID-19 coming, Bank of Canada says
20/01/21 16:43 from CBC | Top Stories News
The Bank of Canada elected to keep its benchmark interest rate steady at 0.25 per cent on Wednesday, reiterating its pledge to keep it there "until the recovery is well underway."

» Trump's legacy leaves Arctic with fewer environmental protections and more risk of conflict, say experts
20/01/21 09:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
As U.S. President Donald Trump departs office, he leaves a legacy of deregulation and diplomatic missteps in the Arctic region.

» Inside a Windsor ICU, exhausted staff fight 2nd COVID wave knowing worse still ahead
20/01/21 09:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Windsor Regional Hospital is being told to brace for more COVID-19 hospitalizations while treating an already huge wave of critical-care patients.

» What's different about the coronavirus 'variants of concern' flagged by WHO
20/01/21 09:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
​The seemingly more transmissible variants of the coronavirus first discovered in Britain, South Africa and Brazil are called "variants of concern" by the World Health Organization. Here's a look at what's driving the concern and calls f...

» Governments with rookie leaders don't always have it easy in N.L. elections
20/01/21 09:00 from CBC | Top Stories News
Throughout Canadian history, incumbent governments with new leaders have struggled to secure re-election. That's especially the case in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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