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1 in every 500 U.S. residents have died of COVID-19
The United States has reached another grim milestone in its fight against the devastating COVID-19 pandemic: 1 in 500 Americans have died from coronavirus since the nation's first reported infection.
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Manslaughter charge laid in case of B.C. 14-year-old's apparent overdose death
More than two years after the apparent overdose death of B.C. teenager Carson Crimeni, a charge has been approved against someone who was a minor at the time.
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Environics Analytics: Where in Canada could the People's Party play spoiler to the Conservatives?
Environics Analysis data shows that in ridings where the People's Party of Canada could draw votes from the Conservatives, it would help entrench Liberal or NDP seats. Further, the PPC’s impact could be drawing support from those who didn’t vote in 2019.
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Don Martin: Why you should vote for Trudeau – and why you should vote to defeat him
The thrill is clearly gone in having Justin Trudeau as Canada's 23rd prime minister, Don Martin writes in an exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
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Could a Conservative government close the border at Roxham Road?
In a video posted to his Twitter account Monday, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, in French, pledged to close the land border crossing at Roxham Road in Quebec where he says 'thousands of people crossed the border illegally' – a pledge experts say is complicated and misleading.
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'No excuse': Anger over Holocaust comparisons used by vaccine mandate protesters
Vaccine mandate protesters' use of Nazi imagery and comparisons to the Holocaust is angering Jewish organizations.
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How to follow along with CTV News' special election coverage
As Canadians cast their votes in the federal election on Sept. 20, they will be able to follow all of the developments with special coverage from CTV News. Here’s everything you need to know.
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'The time for patience is now over': Sask. premier announces masking order, vaccination rules
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has announced an temporary indoor masking mandate that will come into force on Friday followed by a proof-of-vaccination policy.
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Judge orders Prince Philip's will sealed to protect royal 'dignity'
A judge ruled Thursday that the will of the late Prince Philip should remain secret to protect the 'dignity' of his widow Queen Elizabeth II.
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Obama wishes 'friend' Justin Trudeau the best in the upcoming election
With less then a week until election day, former U.S. president Barack Obama has waded into the campaign to bolster the campaign of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau.
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'Quebec bashing': Why an English federal debate question continues to draw criticism
A question at the English-language federal leaders' debate last week has become a major issue in Quebec, boosting the Bloc Quebecois in the polls and drawing criticism from Quebec politicians, federal party leaders and the province's media.
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Alberta reports 1,718 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths
The province now has 18,706 active cases, 896 hospitalizations and 222 ICU admissions.
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Nothing to see here, Canada says of Five Eyes alliance despite absence from sub deal
The federal government insists a new intelligence deal between three key allies won't diminish Canada's ability to defend its own interests in the Indo-Pacific region.
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89-year-old leaves home province for the first time to visit Newfoundland
A Nova Scotia man and his family took the trip of a lifetime to Newfoundland. The 89-year-old’s trip fulfilled a longtime dream of travelling outside of his home province.
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Health Canada authorizes new names for COVID-19 vaccines
Health Canada has authorized brand name changes for three COVID-19 vaccines. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will now be named Comirnaty, the Moderna vaccine will be named SpikeVax, and the AstraZeneca vaccine will be named Vaxzevria, Health Canada said in a tweet Thursday.
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O'Toole refuses to say whether Kenney got it wrong on COVID-19 management
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole refused to say Thursday whether he still thinks Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has handled the pandemic better than the federal government, as the province faces a rapidly worsening COVID-19 situation.
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Ontario reports more than 800 new COVID-19 cases, three more deaths
Ontario health officials are reporting more than 800 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths due to the disease.
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Boyfriend a person of interest in Florida woman's mysterious disappearance from cross-country trip: police
A Florida woman who vanished while on a nomadic cross-country trip in a converted camper van with her boyfriend is the subject of a nationwide search while authorities labelled him Wednesday as a person of interest in her disappearance.
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Alberta's new restrictions came into effect at midnight. Here's what you need to know
Albertans woke up Thursday to new restrictions implemented by the province to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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Liberals and Conservatives tangled in a tie in the final days of campaign: Nanos
As the clock ticks down toward Election Day, neither the Liberals nor the Conservatives have managed to secure a comfortable lead and the two parties remain tangled in a statistical tie, according to the latest polling data from Nanos Research.
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5 things to know for Thursday, September 16, 2021
Canada has now fully vaccinated 78.21 per cent of the country's eligible population.
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Father abducted after violent home invasion in Hamilton, Ont. leaves one son dead, another injured
A man is dead, his brother is in hospital and father missing after being abducted following an overnight double shooting and violent home invasion in a Hamilton, Ont. neighbourhood.
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Father abducted after violent home invasion in Hamilton, Ont. that left one son dead and another injured has been found
A man who had been abducted early Thursday morning has been located hours later following a shooting and home invastion that left one of his sons dead and the other in critical condition, Hamilton police say.
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Abducted father located after Hamilton home invasion leaves 1 son dead, another critically injured
A man who was abducted early Thursday morning has been located with life-threatening injuries following a shooting and home invasion that left one of his sons dead and another in critical condition, Hamilton police say.
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Federal campaigns need to pull out all the stops to get supporters to polls
Canadian political parties are waging the uphill battle to get supporters to the polls at a time when experts say it will be harder than ever to get people to vote.
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Trudeau in Quebec, O'Toole in N.B., N.S., Singh in Ontario
With less than a week to go before Monday's federal election, the three main party leaders are continuing their tour of Eastern and Central Canada.
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UN says world likely to miss climate targets despite COVID-19 pause in emissions
The pace of climate change has not been slowed by the global COVID-19 pandemic and the world remains behind in its battle to cut carbon emissions, the United Nations said on Thursday.
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Trudeau pressed on target for BIPOC representation in cabinet if elected
In an interview with CTV National News on Wednesday, Justin Trudeau said a Liberal government would continue to work to improve representation in Parliament for Black, Indigenous, and people of colour, but would not commit to a specific target as he did with gender parity in 2015.
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Did Trudeau's big indoor rally break COVID-19 restrictions?
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole slammed Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau for hosting a large rally earlier this week, but the event met Ontario’s current COVID-19 restrictions.
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Inside an Ontario ICU where the COVID-19 patients are largely young, and all unvaccinated
The truth of the fourth wave of COVID-19 in Canada is starkly clear inside the intensive care unit at Hamilton General, where the majority of the COVID-19 patients struggling on life support are young — and unvaccinated.
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